What is the best country to live in?

Let 's see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_intentional_homicide_rate

Somalia: 138 murders -> 1.5 per 100.000
Germany: 690 murders -> 0.8 per 100.000
UK: 722 murders -> 1.2 per 100.000
Lithuania: 219 murders -> 6.6 per 100.000
Brazil: 42.785 murders -> 21.8 per 100.000

Somalia looks pretty safe, like ~4 times safer than where he lives now :eek:

I would take a good guess that not many murders get reported in Somalia, and some murders are just seen as a way of life, and not actually a murder, as they would be seen in other countries.

It would also be interesting to know what percentage of murders in the UK are committed by Somalians.
 
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Well maybe, I never worked with Eastern European myself so I can't confirm or deny that. David Cameron said that foreign workers have can do attitude, that's why factories, retail shops just love to hire eastern europeans. New, tougher apprenticeship schemes should fix this up tho.

Also, I remember there was an article in Dailymail when they interviewed few biggest retail shop employers and they confirmed they would rather hire an hard working foreigners than British youngster.

What about the non hardworking immigrants, are they prepared to hire them? You know the kind who have come to the UK as health and benefits tourists.

Yes it is their way of trying to justify the mass immigration problem they have caused in the UK.
 
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Hey,
Thanks for letting me know. Amsterdam - maybe. How much does a flat outside the city and in the city cost?
Thank you very much!
I don't consider the lifestyle in Amsterdam "very" expensive compared to, for example, the UK. The stuff like grocery, restaurants, public transportation is cheaper than in the UK.
A room outside of the city centre ("ring") is about ?500-600 per month, in the centre ?1100+. This is the dark side of Amsterdam. The apartments are not only expensive, but it's also hard to find them, because the demand is huge.
It completely depends on your preferences and what you are looking for, the city is very multicultural and live all the time, this is why I love it and why so many people are moving here (for making a picture about it, from the circle of my friends is just like 10% from Holland, the rest is from Australia, Canada/US, France, Denmark/Germany).

In Holland, the government rapes people when it comes to taxes. Only a crazy person to move there to give up most of his income, because of taxes and then even overpay for rent, food, clothes and pretty much everything. Again, no offence to Dutch people, but for people from outside, it makes no sense. These countries are only good for people who want to exploit the social system and not do anything. But for active people, who want to make money, these countries rape you and take everything you make.

Life is not just about saving.
I don't want to go into a deeper hassle, if you simply want to reduce your monthly outcome as much as possible, go for one of a 3rd world country. That's it.
 
Let 's see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_intentional_homicide_rate

Somalia: 138 murders -> 1.5 per 100.000
Germany: 690 murders -> 0.8 per 100.000
UK: 722 murders -> 1.2 per 100.000
Lithuania: 219 murders -> 6.6 per 100.000
Brazil: 42.785 murders -> 21.8 per 100.000

Somalia looks pretty safe, like ~4 times safer than where he lives now :eek:

But isn't it the rate per 100.00 we should be looking at?

Forget the rest and move to:
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Monaco
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But don't even think about:
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The correct answer is everywhere.

Some day you will be married with kids, have a mortgage etc then you need to put down roots.

If you are a young independent guy then go on a world tour for a few years. Im not talking about coach surfing. I mean try the UK, Italy, France , Germany, Croatia etc for a few months at a time. You can always get short term lets and flights are cheap.

After you have done europe travel a bit of Asia. See where the mood and the women take you. The main reason apart from the money why I think IM is a great career is that you are not tied down to the one spot and can operate off a good laptop.
 
The best country is not always where you are born, but where you feel home.

For me that is USA, but for other people it's other countries.

I heard Fiji is nice.
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In the UK, our largest far right political party is headed by a wonky eyed, over weight clown.

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Nothing to be scared of ... unless you wake up in bed with it.
 
The correct answer is everywhere. Some day you will be married with kids, have a mortgage etc then you need to put down roots.If you are a young independent guy then go on a world tour for a few years. Im not talking about coach surfing. I mean try the UK, Italy, France , Germany, Croatia etc for a few months at a time. You can always get short term lets and flights are cheap.After you have done europe travel a bit of Asia. See where the mood and the women take you. The main reason apart from the money why I think IM is a great career is that you are not tied down to the one spot and can operate off a good laptop.
Good idea, I would really like to do a trip around the world with some friends. Will think about it :eek:Thanks
 
The UK apparently, every man and his frigging dog want's to come here to claim benefits, free housing, free health care and an education.
 
I'd personally suggest Uruguay or the Canary Islands (after learning some Spanish of course), low taxes, free weed, beautiful environment, etc...
 
Try Mauritius,a Beautiful Island in the Indian ocean.1 US dollar is Rs.30, cost of living not that high.Hot weather and all facilities.You can rent a House for $300 per month and food not that expensive

PS: I live there.

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I think you can only realistically consider Europe or 3rd world. You'll never get into Canada, Australia or the US long term. Come to the UK, we have 63 million people living in a country the size of Michigan state in the US, it's nice and cosy. We're going to have a couple of 100,000 more from Romania and Bulgaria soon, so one or two more won't matter.

You have to ask why do half a million Eastern Europeans go through half a dozen countries in the EU to enter the UK. It's not because they are looking for cloudy, wet weather or a night out where they'll end up getting stabbed. It's because there's lots of work, tons of government money being thrown at them in benefits (more than any other country in the EU) and of course you're entitled to free health care the minute you step inside the UK border.

Frankly, you'd be nuts to live in Eastern Europe if you could get into the UK.
 
Try Mauritius,a Beautiful Island in the Indian ocean.1 US dollar is Rs.30, cost of living not that high.Hot weather and all facilities.You can rent a House for $300 per month and food not that expensive

PS: I live there.

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This one. I am in love with it! Mind talking about Mauritiusover skype? :eek:
 
Try out Costa Rica! You can do whatever you want and the cost per month for living normally is around 400?... Plus it's warm!

Costa Rica has a beautiful nature and nice people, but there is not much to do besides exploring the country. People who want the typical city life, will be bored over there.

And 400 per month? I think you missed a 0 there. Of course you can live off 400, but only when you live like the locals do, small town, small shitty house(1 room) and eating what the locals cook, then yes, its possible. But for the high standard people are used to in western world, you pay a lot extra. Been there, tried that.
 
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