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Best Country to Live in?
Posted 5/1/11
I like where I'm at now. I live in Serbia(Southern Europe) and it's so beautiful.
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21 / F / East Java, Indonesia
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Posted 5/4/11
Waaah Indonesia isn't on top 30 ;o;''' I really don't blame that stats though.. we are third world after all..
I'm glad to see that Japan is number eight though. and of course people will automatically think I only want to move there because of anime and stuff... they have problems just like everyone else over there [and it seems to be even more]. But I'd really really love to teach there. Improving in English and all...
I'd love to live in Thailand too... but they are not on there either.. their economy is extremely risky, yet it's very beautiful there.
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19 / F / England, UK
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Posted 6/28/11
any country because home is where the heart is.
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17 / F / Portugal
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Posted 7/5/11
I already went to Japan on holiday and I love it, the best country i chose to live
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20 / F / Liverpool, Mersey...
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Posted 7/9/11 , edited 7/9/11
I don't want to choose just one place I want to be at...
I want to travel the world!
Every country has its own amazing thing about it!
For now it's England where I'm from :DDD
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24 / F / Florida
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Posted 7/20/11 , edited 7/20/11
Hmm, after 5 years of living in US I must say it's just an epic country and definitely in my top choices of countries I would like to live in. Other countries I would consider would be New Zealand, Poland (ah nostalgia ), I think also some Latin American country probably either Chile or Mexico (at least for few years it would be great).
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29 / M / Sweden
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Posted 8/3/11 , edited 8/3/11
I didn't really understand it when I was young, but I'm rather fond of my country (Sweden), much because it's one of the most atheist countries in the world and we don't really bother that much with religions, instead we focus a lot on science and invention. Sweden also has advanced a lot when it comes to equally between man and woman, it's in no way fully equal but still a lot better than many other countries. Even although we have a high rate of atheism I have friends that think Sweden still is too religious.

Another good thing about nordic countries are that there's no tuition fee to study at university, so a whole lot of people can go through higher education.
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24 / M / Pandemonium
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Posted 8/3/11 , edited 8/3/11
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b5d_1195670526

http://www.nowpublic.com/world/best-country-live-list-countries-2009-un-hdi
http://theforeigner.no/pages/news/un-says-norway-still-best-place-to-live/
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218276/Norway-crowned-best-place-world-live--UK-trails-21st-place.html


elias2422 wrote:

I didn't really understand it when I was young, but I'm rather fond of my country (Sweden), much because it's one of the most atheist countries in the world and we don't really bother that much with religions, instead we focus a lot on science and invention. Sweden also has advanced a lot when it comes to equally between man and woman, it's in no way fully equal but still a lot better than many other countries. Even although we have a high rate of atheism I have friends that think Sweden still is too religious.


Don't you think you're putting a bit too much value on the whole atheism part?

I mean, yes, a secular society is a must, as religion must not be allowed to have any sort of control on politics, but there are more factors to be concidered than just the level of atheism in the country...
Posted 8/3/11 , edited 8/3/11

Syndicaidramon wrote:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b5d_1195670526

http://www.nowpublic.com/world/best-country-live-list-countries-2009-un-hdi
http://theforeigner.no/pages/news/un-says-norway-still-best-place-to-live/
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1218276/Norway-crowned-best-place-world-live--UK-trails-21st-place.html



Don't you think you're putting a bit too much value on the whole atheism part?

I mean, yes, a secular society is a must, as religion must not be allowed to have any sort of control on politics, but there are more factors to be concidered than just the level of atheism in the country...
And someone like yourself would know what those "factors" are? While you didn't personally clarify nor analyze any one of them from the sources you cited, do you even understand your own argument? Or is your "God complex" getting the better of you?

... I'm telling you this story because Archie Cochrane, all his life, fought against a terrible affliction. And he realized it was debilitating to individuals and it was corrosive to societies. And he had a name for it. He called it the God complex. Now I can describe the symptoms of the God complex very, very easily. So the symptoms of the complex are, no matter how complicated the problem, you have an absolutely overwhelming belief that you are infallibly right in your solution.(citation)
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24 / M / Pandemonium
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Posted 8/3/11 , edited 8/3/11
Look, if your ego can't handle being insulted, don't post comments insulting me.
I'm not gonna repost my last comment, since it apparently made you so butthurt that you had to report it.

Provided you stop being such a condescending douchebag.
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28 / M / Flavour Country
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Posted 8/9/11
I wonder if the UK is going to down a bit as apparently law and order doesn't exist there.
Posted 8/25/11
How many people are going to say Japan? Get real seriously. But I prefer china
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Posted 9/12/11
yaaaaaaaaaaaaay canada lol
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29 / M / Wisconsin
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Posted 9/13/11
Taking the question in a different direction, unless the country you're living is a LDC (less developed country) or you want to reunite with your family, the best country for most people to live in is the one you're currently in. There are a lot of difficulties in successfully immigrating to a different country that I don't think would make it worthwhile if you're moving there because it has 100% literacy and a parliamentary system instead of 95% literacy an a presidential system.
http://www.cracked.com/article_19363_6-reasons-your-plans-to-move-abroad-might-not-work-out.html
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24 / M / Pandemonium
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Posted 9/13/11

Phandora wrote:

I already went to Japan on holiday and I love it, the best country i chose to live


Really? A good holiday is all you need to deem a country "the best country to live in"?
By that mentality, I would name Thailand the best country in the world to live in, because I had such an amazing time there...
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