Ever talk to anyone from Europe about all the good that comes with Socialism? Let’s listen to one opinion of Socialism’s success from one who lives in it:
“A school teacher in Denmark makes about $61,000 a year. In Denmark all education is free. Doctors and hospitals are free to use and students get paid to learn. But nothing is ever free. Someone has to pay.
Denmark’s minimum income tax rate is 40%. National sales tax there is 25% plus there are government assessed duties and fees. Gasoline is $10 a gallon. The purchase of a car is taxed by the government at 180% of the selling price. A car that sells for $20,000 in the U.S. costs $40,000 in Denmark.
Denmark is the highest taxed nation in the World — taxed an average of 80% of every dollar earned. Danes have the highest personal debt in the World. Few own cars or homes. Anyone who makes over $80,000 a year pays a personal tax of 68%. Most Danes with higher earning have either found ways to evade the tax or have left the Country, taking companies they own with them.
Denmark’s suicide rate for the past 5 decades has averaged 20.8 per 100,000 people, with a highest rate of 32. The American suicide rate has averaged 11.1 during the same 5 decades and has never exceeded 12.7. More than 11% of adult Danes — supposedly the happiest people in the World — are on antidepressants. Everyone wants the American dream. In Denmark’s Neo-communist economy, no one will ever own or accomplish anything.”
Can’t wait for it here. How about you?