posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 06:48 PM
Kind of not fair. There should be some kind of scale based on populations.
It is no surprise to see Sweden, Norway and Denmark in the top 5. I was surprised Finland was 11. Normally these 4 aka...the "Nordic example" all
score very high.
But they are very small population centers. In the great frozen north, those people rely heavily on each other, need each other...and therefore, they
take steps to take care of each other. Not a big secret. There seems to be a drop off point, population wise, where people lose concern about the
welfare of their neighbors...not sure what that is but if you look at the USA population growth...we were a much better place when we were in the
230-250 million range. At 315-330 million...we have too many people to maintain the lifestyle we used to have...simple as that.
But aside from that...what happened.
The Fed Gov took over education. The Repubs cry about the caliber of people that voted...maybe because they were publicly educated by a Federally ran
system? Give it back to the states for crying out loud!
Selling products became first priority...buying them became second and being able to afford them was totally irrelevant..."I'll gladly pay you Tuesday
for a hamburger today". Consumerism went off the charts into pure stupidity.
MSM disinformation has caused a split of ideology....
People do not have "national Pride" anymore. Most people do not care about making the country great again...they just want some shiz and they don't
care how they get it or who pays for it.
edit on 11/29/2012 by Jeremiah65 because: (no reason given)