Have you ever thought to yourself, wow the U.S. is really headed downhill, I wonder if there are better places to live? Well, we believe there is, in fact we believe there’s several. We also think there are much worse too…
The Best Countries: The List
Now, we realize that due to the recent Terrorist attacks that some people may disagree with us, but we have two good reasons why this shouldn’t put France on your “Never Go There List.” One is that, this was only in Paris, versus the U.S. where we have Bombings and Shootouts left and right. The other is that they have recently put top priority on border security, and there borders are now safer than ours. Some other reasons why France makes it to the top 10 include their vast areas of countryside where you can farm with little trouble from the Government (versus our overly oppressive USDA), in France the Gun restrictions are a bit much, but not a unreasonable as in many States of the U.S., Overall France is a good Country to live in but doesn’t rank higher due to the fact that they are a part of the EU…
Quick Fact About France
NDI (National Debt Index): $34,110
PR (Poverty Rate): 6%
CLI (Cost of Living Index): 76.89
Gov: Constitutional Republic, with a Bill of Rights similar to that of our own (but it’s actually respected by their judicial system).
Rights: 7.5 out of 10
Germany is home to many great thing such as, Hot Dogs, Sauerkraut, and of course Beef Stroganoff. But food isn’t the only good thing here, there government is one of the best out there. They have a President, that like ours, represents the government, signs/vetoes bills, and is the Commander in Chief of the armed forces. Meanwhile the Chancellor acts as a vice president with added abilities such as control over the cabinet. Other things in Germany such as their excellent border security also make it a good country to live in. But, like France, Germany is also a part of the EU.
Quick Facts About Germany
Gov: Constitutional system of check and balances, Good overall
Rights: 8 out of 10
Japan is a rich and productive country that produces much of the world’s foremost technology. But does it live up to it’s reputation? Japan’s citizens don’t get as much freedom as some other nations. But they have a great economy and a good international status. Guns are allowed for sporting and hunting purposes but combat weapons are difficult if not impossible to attain. Japan is overall a good country but they are in relatively deep debt…
Quick Facts About Japan
Gov: The Government of Japan is a Constitutional Monarchy with a strong Constitution.
Rights 7.5 out of 10
Russia is the largest nation in the world and is known for its nuclear capabilities. But besides being safe, Russia has other pluses for its Citizens. Russia’s Economy is in great shape and the government cares little what their Citizens do as long as they follow basic laws. Russia has, in the past, been a rather restrictive country but gradually they are giving more and more right to their citizens. And while guns are allowed, the right to posses them isn’t guaranteed by law.
Quick Facts About Russia
Gov: A system of an Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches similar to that of our own but different in some ways.
Rights: 7 out of 10
Ireland is that small Island next to the U.K., Note: we are not talking about Northern Ireland (the area that belongs to the U.K.) we are talking about The Republic of Ireland. Ireland is a country where rights are very secure and established. Ireland is also a beautiful country with mountains, sea, valleys and prairies.
Quick Facts About Ireland
Gov: Constitutional Republic/Parliamentary System
Rights: 9.5 out of 10
Besides being among the most beautiful Nations in the World. South Africa is a very safe place. Besides having a well armed population, South Africa also has very little debt. Overall South Africa’s Economy is also excellent but a decent chunk of their population is on welfare programs.
Quick Facts About South Africa
Gov: Somewhat restrictive, Democracy, good government overall
Rights: 8.5 out of 10
Australia, home to many strange animals such as Kangaroos or Koalas. But what you may not know is that Australia’s Politics are also something to admire. Though guns are hard to obtain, Australia also gives it’s citizens great freedom.
Quick Facts About Australia
PR: 13.9 %
Gov: Constitutional Parliament, with Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches
Rights: 9 out of 10
The good ole U.S., the land of the free and the home of the brave, or so they say it is… The U.S. may be heading downhill very quickly, but for now it still remains a great nation with relatively good government. Besides this, the U.S. is known for being a place to start over in life, and that is true, but the trouble is our Government has gone overboard and completely opened our borders. Another issue is our $19 trillion dollar debt…
Quick Facts About The U.S.
Gov: Constitutional Democracy, Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches
Rights: 8.5 out of 10
Yes, Switzerland, you probably wouldn’t have thought of Switzerland if you made this list but let us show you why we added it. Switzerland has the lowest crime rate in the world, the highest percentage of armed citizens in the world, one of the best economies in the world, they don’t heavily rely on any other nation or have a large debt to another nation. And if this is not convincing enough just read their Constitution.
Quick Facts About Switzerland
Rights: 9.5 out of 10
Many people would say that New Zealand is the most Beautiful Nation in the World, but what they don’t know is that New Zealand is one of the best Countries Politically as well. They have one of the lowest national debts anywhere, one of the lowest poverty rates anywhere, and very little international involvement (a good thing).
Quick Facts About New Zealand
Gov: The Best Out There
Rights: 9 out of 10
So, do you know where you would move if you ever had to? What will you do with this new information? How will it influence you? We hope this article helped, and be sure to stay tuned for more content like this!
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