posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 08:47 PM
1) Social Welfare system - 4
2) Police force - 1 - Just too corrupt, you can get away with murder (literally) without having to be an Elite
3) Food supply to population - 2
4) Medical - 3
5) Cost of living - 3
6) Political system - 3
7) Ethics and Morality in Society - 3
8) Level of crime in populus - 1
9) Employment & jobs - 3
10) Opportunities to advance in life - 2
Is really hard giving an accurate score because whenever I go to Venezuela I get to interact with people high in government and corporations but also
really poor who live in gangs and have very little money and just about everything in between, so even though is the same country almost all of the
above will be different depending on an individual's circumstances.
Just to give an example, with Level of Crime... anyone in medium/high classes would have suffered from crime at some stage, from having
jewellery/watch snapped off them by a running thief or having your car broken into and the stereo stolen but the people I met in poor zones would not
normally suffer from this as they have nothing worth stealing and tend to have a stronger community spirit and watch eachother's back. I had a
decent car when I was there and I went in places my family said I was "crazy" to dare going to with such a car... but the people I knew in these
poorer areas would simply tell others in the community not to mess with my car as I am a friend and I never had anything bad happening to me in these
so called "dangerous zones"... no one stole from me and everyone was very friendly.
So the Level of crime for a medium/high class individual could be between 0-1 but for a low class citizen it might be 3-4 in peaceful poor areas but
could be 0-2 in dangerous poor areas... and I can think of similar scenarios for almost every item on the list.
I think the scores given on this will be largely based on the class status of the person giving the score and how varied their past experiences with
others from all status ranges have been like.