what is the most left wing nation you would live in

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if there was some cataclism and the usa was totally unlivable which left wing place would you prefer or be able to tolerate? https://www.tnp.no/norway/panorama/4925-norway-is-the-worlds-most-socially-progressive-country its cold but i could stand norway which lefty place would you pick if you had to?
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Yeah, a west European nation or Canada would do me just fine. Social Democracy for the win.

UK, Germany would be the ideal 'leftist' nations to end up in. If I was willing to go more centrist, I'd head for Netherlands or Belgium. European Social Democracy is quite literally as optimal as it gets in my eyes. 

Your question's answer would have Swtizerland if we went 'right' because frankly, I don't ever want to be in a truly right-wing nation at all.
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switzerland is funny it is conservative in some ways classical liberal in others and down right progressiv in others if i had to pick a conservative nation i would go with switzerland if theyd let me in
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We agree on that.
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i doubt theyd let a reprobate like me in thats why Switzerland is so nice
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New Zealand when i went there on a vacation was fucking terrific. As a Floridian im a bitch when it comes to low temperatures, and everything in Australia scares the shit out of me so I lean towards New Zealand. 
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Ireland,my sweet homeland bought into the fucking EU and is now a safe socialist state, eastern Europe tends to be conservative
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But i would pick Ireland nevertheless
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Japan or the Azores. Both are socially right wing and economically left, which lines up well with my beliefs.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Party_(Malta) if you are a conservative catholic, malta is a nice fit, strange little place off the african coast between itally and tunisia, abortion is totally banned as is divorce , wait divorce was legalized in 2011 sorry under some circumstance  The de jure legal status of abortion in Malta holds that the practice is illegal. Malta is the only country in the European Union to prohibit abortion entirely.[1] However, the law allows for the principle of double effect to take place."[1]
The Criminal Code states:[2]
"(1) Whosoever, by any food, drink, medicine, or by violence, or by any other means whatsoever, shall cause the miscarriage of any woman with child, whether the woman be consenting or not, shall, on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term from 18 months to three years"; and
"(2) The same punishment shall be awarded against any woman who shall procure her own miscarriage, or who shall have consented to the use of the means by which the miscarriage is procured."
In 2005 Tonio Borg, a Maltese politician, sought to amend the constitution to completely ban abortion.[3]
It is estimated that anywhere between 300 to 400 Maltese women travel abroad to have abortions each year, mostly to the UK (about 60 per year) and Italy, with Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium being some of the other destinations as well.[4] This estimate means that Maltese women have abortions about as often as the EU average, despite Malta being the only EU country which bans the procedure (the rate for Malta is between 3.6 and 4.7 per thousand women; the EU average is 4.4).[4]
and gay marriage was legalized in 2017 but its still fairly social conservative
also the labour party of Malta has been running things for most of the past 100 years , is center left and its a nice vacation spot
i thought of moving there 
i thought about moving there its gun laws are moderate https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_Malta you need a licesne but people still manage t olegaly aquire machine guns and rocket launchers, rocket launchers i repeat rocket launchers Today, Malta has both a public healthcare system, known as the government healthcare service, where healthcare is free at the point of delivery, and a private healthcare system. ... The Maltese Ministry of Health advises foreign residents to take out private medical insurance.
Healthcare in Malta - Wikipedia

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In MaltaCapital Gains Tax is actually a transaction cost and not a tax on capital gainsCapital Gains Tax is generally levied at a flat rate of 12% on the transfer value or the selling price. ... If the seller has inherited the property before 25 January 1992, capital gains tax is levied at a flat rate of 7%.
Taxes on Foreigners' Real Estate Rental Income in Malta
if iwere you i'd look at malta if i were me i'd lok at malta weathe ris nice beautiful place
https://www.globalpropertyguide.com › Europe › Malta › Taxes-and-Costs


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new zealand is a veritable paradice legantum ranks it right behind norway as not only being a nice place to live but do business too, and work
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i've been to irleand and i give it the commie secualr liberal seal of approval legal gay marraige they even legalized abortion! the irish are totaly cool in my book even with that super low 12.5% corprate tax rate, the funny thing is as irleand got more capitalist it became much more socially liberal as incomes rose.. love ireland to death.. the best revenge is living well, no the uk is a shit hole and irleand is a show boat
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 they even legalized abortion
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It's very unpopular by the people, polls show it's a 70-80% disapproval, Ireland is Pro-Life after the famine
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the best revenge is living well, no the uk is a shit hole and irleand is a show boat

amen to that
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Malta actually used to be on my list, but their refugee situation is pretty bad right now and the current government seems determined to make it worse.
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Probably Canada since it's partially Americanized.

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they speak french and the beer is awsum eh?
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Malta is actually an asum place, i'd retire there In MaltaCapital Gains Tax is actually a transaction cost and not a tax on capital gainsCapital Gains Tax is generally levied at a flat rate of 12% on the transfer value or the selling price. ... If the seller has inherited the property before 25 January 1992, capital gains tax is levied at a flat rate of 7%.
Taxes on Foreigners' Real Estate Rental Income in Malta

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The French also speak French and the beer is also good. As is the wine, cider, brandy, cheese, food in general.

Temperate in the North, sub tropical in the South and alpine to the East and Southwest.

And if you ride a bicycle and attempt to speak the lingo, the French people will love you.

What's not to like.
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my family left metz in 1830 in 2014 i returned, and felt strangely at home  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metz
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the rish voted 66% to legalize it , sorry to tell you so On 25 May 2018, the Irish people voted by 66.4% to 33.6% in a referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment.[2] They approved the Thirty-sixth Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2018 to delete the current provisions of Article 40.3.3º and replace it with the following:
3º Provision may be made by law for the regulation of termination of pregnancy.[64]
The government also outlined policies which would govern legislation to replace the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act 2013.
Citizens' Assembly had been established by the government in 2016 to consider a number of issues. After five meetings on the Eighth Amendment, it voted to amend the constitution to allow the Oireachtas to legislate for abortion. It also voted on the provisions it would support in this legislation.[65] The Report of the Assembly was sent to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution.[66] The Committee delivered its report in December 2017, and the report was debated in both Houses of the Oireachtas in January 2018.
39 of the 40 constituencies voted in favour of repealing the Eight Amendment.[67] The national result was:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abortion_in_the_Republic_of_Ireland#Repeal_of_the_Eighth_Amendment

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Ohhhh bad no no, the native Irish are against abortion but Dublin is
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On 25 May 2018, the Irish people voted by 66.4% to 33.6% in a referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment.[2] They approved the Thirty-sixth Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2018 to delete the current provisions of Article 40.3.3º and replace it with the following:
3º Provision may be made by law for the regulation of termination of pregnancy.[64]
prosperity has changed Ireland , they used to be poor sad and pretty backwards, now they are absolutely the coolest people in europe, the irony is Ireland is the last liberal bastion in Europe, Ironically thats because and i am afraid to say so but it s true their immigration laws kept out the muslims, it gave rpefrencial treatment to poor immigrants from eastern europe  CATHolics, AND THAT WAS VERY SMART , every massive muslsim imigratin into europe has been disruptive in major ways, you cant ignore the damage theyve done them and their backards islamic ways