Sweden Labeled the World's "Goodest" Country by Asinine New Study

Sweden Labeled the World’s “Goodest” Country by Asinine New Study

This afternoon, I decided to scroll through Google News again, but I chose to look through the science section this time. There had been an article about the early history of the moon and how asteroids had ‘dumped’ water into it when it was still molten that I had been meaning to read. However, I won’t bore you with that today. Instead, I’ll show you something else that caused me to choke on my tea.

sweden is the 'goodest'

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This was a read I could not afford to pass off. As you are all aware, here at The Ralph Retort we absolutely adore Sweden and have mentioned them in many articles. These articles include: Rape Capital of the West Sweden To Hand Out Feminist Propaganda to Every 16-Year-OldHate Speech is a Media Creation That Stifles True DebateIn Order to Help Women Worldwide, We Should Spread Democracy Not Radical Feminism and Sargon Follows Up on Recent Talk With “Sweden’s Rape Culture”. You could say we’re pretty familiar with the situation in Sweden right now.

The study which proclaimed Sweden the holiest of all countries was done by Simon Anholt‘s company called The Good Country. Their aim is…

[T]o change how our leaders run our countries. To help them understand they’re not just responsible for their own citizens, but for every man, woman, child and animal on the planet. To tell them they’re not just responsible for their own little slice of territory, but for the whole of the earth’s surface and the atmosphere above it. And to help them act like they mean it.

That’s very noble, but one has to look after themselves before they can look after someone else, in my very humble opinion.

According to the study…

Sweden scores highest for positive lifestyle contributions including prosperity, equality, health and wellbeing, while also performing well culturally.

I went onto the website to see what comes under ‘performing well culturally’ and funnily enough ‘press freedom’ comes under that. Sweden scored very high on ‘press freedom’. Sounds like someone is turning a blind eye to the media blackout on violent refugee attacks.

When Simon Anholt was asked about what makes a country ‘good’ he said…

“A good country is one that successfully contributes to the good of humanity. Of course it must serve the interests of its own people, but never at the expense of other populations or their natural resources: this is the new law of human survival,”

How can Sweden be labelled ‘the goodest’ country out of all 162 when it’s the rape capital of the West? Only a small remote village in South Africa beats Sweden when it comes to rape statistics. Tell me, is Sweden contributing to the good of humanity by ignoring the impact the large number of migrants has had on their country? Or is it because they’re keeping them so they don’t travel to other countries and rape or assault their women and men?

Of course, we can’t talk about Europe without subtly bringing up the Brexit referendum

He added that the UK must collaborate and cooperate more with other countries: “It [Britain] isn’t just an island unconnected to the rest of Europe or to the rest of the world. Just like every other country on earth, it is part of one system. If it fails, we all fail.”

I’d love to hear everyone’s take on this. Is there a country in your mind that can even be labelled the ‘goodest’? And should a country be striving to be labelled that or should they just focus on themselves?

Nora Ralph

Student, worker, and Co-Founder of the #Killstream. You can also catch me on TheRalphretort Rundown.

  • Rawle Nyanzi

    This Anholt fellow sounds very naive.

  • Silence Dogood

    Just what we needed, another subjective, Buzz Feed-esque “study” that uses an arbitrary value designation, this one being “good”. How fucking trite and juvenile. Sweden is one of the most self flagellating, self hating, Muslim infested hotspots of Europe and it got that way thanks to radical feminism. They tie themselves in knots to be as politically correct as possible and it is even ILLEGAL to voice criticism of the Social Justice narrative there now. Basically it’s an SJW wet dream… and for some reason I can’t help but liken it to Geonotia from X-Men (when it was a trap for mutants to enslave them).

  • Silence Dogood

    I love Anholt’s clear fixation on globalization. He’s fucking retarded, of course. Focusing on lifting everyone up, regardless of the effort they put it, ESPECIALLY shitty little “developing” (read as: ass backwards) nations. We worked hard to build our comfortable little 1st world status here in the West – so fuck the rest of the world imho.

    • Maintenance Renegade

      I was going to bring that up myself but you got there first, the whole article might as well be “YAY GLOBALISM!”

      I’d like to hope most of the people reading the article but who aren’t already swilling the kool aid can see what’s going on here. Sweden and the EU in general represent a test run for the sort of globalist new world order that international plutocrats want to push on everyone and become the hereditary ruling aristocracy of.

      It’s going to fail no matter what because it’s totally disconnected from reality and from what most people want out of their societies. What remains to be seen is how bad everyone will allow it to get, and how many nations will commit suicide before it does ultimately fail. We can either kill it now democratically through things like a Brexit and a Trump presidency or we can fight uphill for our lives when it implodes a couple decades from now while suffering through a second wave fascism we’ll be forced to support out of necessity.

      • scemar

        The biggest irony is that they aren’t actually leading to any improvements in any part of the world.

        The shitholes are getting worse.

        And they are not giving people coming over a chance to have a life in a better place either because instead they are just making a good place worse with their double standards, allowing the principles that made those places good in the first place to be disregarded out of some patronizing sense of debt to the rest of the world.

        It was stuff like a respect for order like fair due process for all crimes instead of a religious license to go eye for an eye what made those societies work.
        And that sort of stuff isn’t human nature, it’s part of one’s mindset and culture, it has to be taught, and sometimes in very strict ways.

        They’re failing at that and all they’re doing is letting chaos spread.

        • Maintenance Renegade

          The situation abroad is going to get really bad as this century drags on, as “developing” nations like India hit brick walls with their development when the insurmountable realities of their unsustainable (and growing!) populations and diminishing resources kick in.

          Half the Middle East is on it’s way toward turning into a Mad Max hellscape but with less assless chaps and more sharia, and a good chunk of it is already there. Haiti is in the process of imploding. Asia is about to see a mad dash into nuclear proliferation and the people in those countries see their local international rivals as sub-human.

          It’s about to all burn down and the people we’re both complaining about think they can fix it by hating themselves, oppressing their own countrymen and importing all these problems into our own borders.

          Unacceptable.

  • Melissa Michelle Wray

    Well, I know what country to cross off my list of countries to visit.

  • Mr0303
  • scemar

    well they want all countries to be nice obedient sheep willing to slowly kill themselves for the sake of some approval so no wonder sweeden is the perfect posterzir for that globalist dream

    my list of top goodest countriest

    1-america, because they came up with that whole free speech they used to spread everywhere, that made the world kinda cool for a while

    2-italy-where pizza comes from, that’s important

    3-japan-praise the porn

    4-china-thank you for the cheap child slave labour electronics

    • Sockpuppet Nora

      Well free speech is a european concept but america was smart enough to put it in the constitution.

      • scemar

        guess america appropriated free speech as a concept huh?

      • Danlantic

        Not according to Winston Churchill in his series History of the English Speaking Peoples, volume The Age of Revolution. England was easing into it a bit, and then a bit, but always according to a warning that was common in Queen Elizabeth’s parliament. There, a member like Francis Bacon would be taken aside by a fellow member and warned of “too much liberty”.

        While almost all Americans know there is a city Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania (pronounced wilks-berry) almost no one knows who it’s named for. Major Barre fought in the French and Indian War commanding American troops. Unlike other British officers he got to appreciate American quirks. As an MP he was an early opponent of sending an expeditionary force to crush the American rebellion and urged Parliament to allow local autonomy.

        Wilkes was our other supporter all through the Revolution. He had spent years as an MP in hiding. Huh? Voting was rigged then so London was massively underrepresented. He was one of a few MPs from London. After the Seven Years War (I’m switching to the other side of the Atlantic so I switched to the other name) the country was in a jubilant mood. Wilkes wrote a buzz-kill book proving that the war was a rip-off by defence contractors and their lobbyists and how much had been wasted. Wilkes was charged with “seditious libel” and would have been convicted if he hadn’t hidden out. Londoners responded by electing him over and over again as their MP even though he was a man on the run. Eventually the charges were dropped.

        That was the state of freedom of speech then.

        Churchill notes that the Bill of Rights turned the matter on its head. It says that freedom is the base from which necessary exceptions may have to be made. The scandal of the Alien and Sedition Act in the early republic was that it was trying to impose perfectly ordinary average European restrictions on “too much liberty”.

  • ty2010

    Somolia should be rated as freest country then.

  • RoberttheFoul

    “Goodest” isn’t even a real word, so no. No country should strive to be labeled that.