after you've put on your big boy pants and realized the issues with international trade, patents, distribution and then the nature of what Google glass is at this time (a product in public beta really), perhaps you'll want to come back and delete your posts instead of looking like a whiny little kid. If you want the benefits of what's available in the United States, move to the United States. You don't see the rest of us complaining about how we can't get the newest coolest smart phones, TVs, robots, etc.. because we don't live in Asia do you? I remember a time not too long ago when I would have been happy just to be able to talk to someone like yourself from another country. You already take for granted what you have available to you elsewhere, but that which you take for granted does not entitle you. It's quite likely a very intentional marketing scheme behind the decision also. Maybe you in a few other developers will get the raw end of it but I can imagine it will help Google sales significantly in the end.
Anyhow, do exactly as you've said and go develop for hardware that is available to you. That will build your skill set and experience and when Glass is available, if you're still interested, you'll be in a better position to develop for it.
If you would have reached out to other individuals in the United States before yesterday, I have no doubt that someone would have worked with you to get you a set. After your little display here, I know I would no longer be one of those individuals.