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Putins sickness Anonymous  21/04/22 Чтв 18:59:56 97569 1
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Okay now it is clear Putin is having some neurological symptoms. For 11 minutes he is squeezing the table to hide his shivering. His face looks swollen as fuck and muscle stiffness symptons are clearly visible. Parkinsons was mentioned in media alreadyin 2015? My father had parkinsons and to be honest the symtoms match 100% of his symptoms 5-7 years after diagnosis.

http://kremlin.ru/events/president/news/68254

Hypothetically speaking. IF Putins neurological symptoms would go further on the cognitive level and he slowly went delusional. Talking about nonexistent enemies in delirium, suddenly seeing nazis in all countries. What do you think most of his supporters would do? How far should it go until they start questioning him? It seems that he is a tsar like god to many. What would actually happen in Kremlin when people realize he is not cognitively capable anymore?
Anonymous  21/04/22 Чтв 19:12:09 97571 2
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>>97570
Yeah looks. Also, he suddenly has fucking chicken legs despite looking fat from face.
Anonymous  21/04/22 Чтв 21:27:39 97575 3
Anonymous  21/04/22 Чтв 23:59:51 97592 4
Anonymous  22/04/22 Птн 11:22:21 97634 5
>>97613
Cope. Call it whatever you want, but life is 10x better in west and we have freedom.
Anonymous  22/04/22 Птн 18:40:52 97659 6
23/04/22 Суб 04:24:22 97672 7
Going to a war that will damage their entire nation, on the order of one sickly midget with a big plan.
Russians will pay for this for decades while Putin will be dead.
Priceless!
Anonymous  23/04/22 Суб 18:21:45 97687 8
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Anonymous  23/04/22 Суб 18:54:51 97691 9
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>>97688
yeah couting all the babushkas xD

russian 1 room apartment is 60€ a month.
finland 1 room apartment is 290€ a month.
germany 1 room apatment is 350€ a month.
23/04/22 Суб 20:00:27 97695 10
>>97687
Not understanding what per capita, nor PPP means.
You have to be 18 to post here, Penner.
23/04/22 Суб 20:11:39 97696 11
>>97691
And he doubles down. Schwachsinn.
Rents are part of the PPP, duh
Anonymous  23/04/22 Суб 21:20:41 97700 12
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>>97696
>>97696
>Rents are part of the PPP
most russian have own houses, so they dont pay rent. duh
>>97698
butthurtbelt
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>>97700
>does not know what per capita means
>does not know what PPP entails
>but but look at our low rents
>it does not matter what our rents are, because we own our houses
You probably should not triple down on showing us how stupid you are
Anonymous  23/04/22 Суб 22:18:25 97703 14
>>97700
You are such a fucking idiot. Actually, I would like you to stay in Germany and keep begging. The whole world must see how fucking stupid russians are. There are monkeys smarter than you
23/04/22 Суб 22:34:19 97704 15
>>97687
This aged extremely poorly
Anonymous  25/04/22 Пнд 01:39:43 97772 16
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>>97659
Sorry to hurt you with facts bro. Go ahead and pick just about any statistic relates to:
>Health
>Poverty
>Economics per capita
>Safety
>Corruption
>Freedom of speech
>Political Freedom
>Press freedom
>Quality of living

Finland always beats you up in almost all things that actually matter to people.

Society
Finland is the most stable country in the world.
The Fund for Peace, Fragile States Index 2018

Finland is the freest country in the world together with Sweden and Norway.
Freedom House, Freedom in the World 2018.

Finland is the safest country in the world.
World Economic Forum, The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017.

Finland is the fourth best country in the world.
The Good Country Index

Finland has the best governance in the world.
Legatum Institute, The Legatum Prosperity Index 2018: Finland

Finland’s police and internal security as a whole are the second best in the world.
The International Police Science Association, World Internal Security and Police Index

Finland has the least organised crime in the world.
World Economic Forum, The Global Competitiveness Report 2018: Organized crime.

Next to Norwegians and Icelanders, Finns feel the second least insecure in the world.
Gallup, Law and Order Index 2018

Finland’s judicial system is the most independent in the world.
World Economic Forum, The Global Competitiveness Report 2018: Judicial independence

After Danes, Finns vote in the freest and most reliable elections.
Pippa Norris, Thomas Wynter and Sarah Cameron, Electoral Integrity & Campaign Media: The Electoral Integrity Project 2018 mid-year update

Finland has the third least corruption in the world.
Transparency International, Corruption Perceptions Index 2017

Finland is the third most prosperous country in the world.
Legatum Institute, The Legatum Prosperity Index 2018: Finland

Protection of property rights in Finland is the best in the world.
World Economic Forum (WEF), The Global Competitiveness Report 2018: Property Rights

Availability of official information in Finland is the best in the EU.
Center for data innovation, The State of data innovation in the EU: Freedom of information

Finnish banks are the soundest in the world.
World Economic Forum, The Global Competitiveness Report 2018: Soundness of banks

Finland’s pension system is the third best in the world. (34 countries in the comparison).
Mercer, Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index 2018

Finland has the third most personal freedom and choice in the world.
The Social Progress Imperative, 2018 Social Progress Index: Finland

Finland has the fourth best press freedom in the world.
Reporters Without Borders, 2018 World Press Freedom Index: Ranking

After Denmark and Sweden, Finland is the most socially just EU country.
D. Schraad-Tischler & C. Schiller: Social Justice in the EU – Index Report 2017

Among the world’s richest countries, Finland is the third most dedicated to policies that benefit people living in poorer nations.
Centre for Global Development, The Commitment to Development Index 2018 (CDI)

Finland is the best country in the world in a comparison of human wellbeing.
Sustainable Society Index, Main results 2016

Finland is the third best country in adhering to the rule of law in the world.
The World Justice Project, Rule of Law Index 2017–2018

Finland is the best country in protecting fundamental human rights in the world.
The World Justice Project, Rule of Law Index 2017–2018

Satisfaction and trust
Finland is the happiest country in the world.
Sustainable Development Solutions Network, World Happiness Report 2018

Finns are the second most satisfied with their life among Europeans.
Eurostat, Percentage of the population rating their satisfaction as high, medium or low

Finns are the most satisfied with their accommodation in the EU.
Eurostat, Percentage of the population rating their satisfaction as high, medium or low

Among EU citizens, Finns are the second most common to have someone to rely on in case of need.
Eurostat, Persons having someone to rely on in case of need.

Finns' trust in the police is the highest and in the political system and in the legal system the second highest in Europe.
Eurostat, Average rating of trust

Finns trust news the most in the world. (37 countries in the comparison).
Reuters Institute, Digital News Report 2018

Finns' trust in other people is the highest in Europe.
European Commission, Fairness, inequality and inter-generational mobility: Social Capital: Trust in people

In Finland, consumers' confidence in the economy is second strongest in Europe.
European Commission, Business and consumer surveys

Equality
Finland is the third most gender equal country in the world.
World Economic Forum, Global Gender Gap Index 2017

Participation of genders in working life in Finland is the second most equal in the EU.
European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), Gender Equality Index 2017: Work / Participation

Finnish women's gender equality in working life is the fourth best in the world.
The Economist, The Glass-Ceiling Index 2018

In Finland, power is divided between genders the third most equally in the EU.
European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), Gender Equality Index 2017:

Finland has the third most female MPs in European countries.
Inter-Parliamentatary Union (IPU), Women in Politics 2017

Finland has the second lowest poverty rate in OECD countries.
OECD, Poverty rate.

Finland has the fifth lowest income differences in OECD countries.
OECD, Income inequality

Environment and energy
The air in Finland is the cleanest in the world.
Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland tops WHO air quality statistics

Finland is the water richest country in the world.
Keele University, The Water Poverty Index: an International Comparison

The risk to be exposed to natural disasters is lowest in the world in Finland together with Bahrain, São Tomé and Príncipe and Singapore.
Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) and the European Commission, INFORM Global Risk Index Results 2018

Finland has the most forests in Europe.
FAO, Global Forest Resources Assessment

Finland has the third most wetlands in Europe.
Eurostat, Wetlands cover 2% of the EU's land.

The share of renewable energy of total energy consumption is the second biggest in Finland of EU countries.
Eurostat, Share of energy from renewable sources in the EU Member States

Education and human capital
Finland has the most human capital in the world.
The Lancet, Measuring human capital: a systematic analysis of 195 countries and territories, 1990–2016

Finland ranks as one of the top OECD country in education.
OECD, Better Life Index: Education

Education in Finland answers to future needs the third best in the world.
Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) & Yidan Prize, Worldwide Educating for the Future Index

Finland is placed third in a comparison of lifelong learning in EU countries.
European Commission, European Innovation Scoreboard 2018: Lifelong learning

Finnish adults are the third best in literacy and numeracy of OECD countries.
OECD, How's Life? 2017: Measuring Well-being, Education and skills: adult skills

Finland is the most literate country in the world.
J. W. Miller and M. C. McKenna, World's Most Literate Nations: Rank Breakdown

Finns are the second biggest library users in Europe.
The European Bureau of Library, Public Libraries – Statistics

Information society and competitiveness
Finland is the second best in the world in using information and communication technologies to boost competitiveness and well-being.
World Economic Forum (WEF), Global Information Technology Report 2016: Networked Readiness Index

Finland has EU's best digital public services.
European Commission, The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2018: Finland

Finland has the strongest digital knowledge capital in Europe.
<European Commission, The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2018: Finland

Finland has the second most wireless mobile broadband subscriptions per inhabitant in OECD countries.
OECD, Wireless mobile broadband subscriptions

Finns use most mobile data per subscription.
OECD, Digital Economy Outlook 2017.

Finnish enterprises are most likely to have their own website of OECD countries.
OECD, Digital Economy Outlook 2017

Finland is the third best country for business in Europe.
European Chamber, Best European countries for business 2018

Finland has the third best economic environment for business growth.
Grant Thornton, Global Dynamism Index 2015

Corporate ethics in Finland is the second best in the world.
World Economic Forum (WEF), The Global Competitiveness Report 2017–2018: Corporate Ethics

Finland is the second best country in the field of clean technology. (40 countries in the comparison.)
WWF & Cleantech Group, The Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2017

Finland's sustainable competitiveness is the fourth best in the world.
SolAbility, The Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index 2017

Children's well-being and school attendance
Finland has the second lowest inequality among children in the world.
UNICEF, Fairness for Children: A league table of inequality in child well-being in rich countries

Finland is the second best country to be a girl in the world.
Save the Children, Every last girl: Girl’s opportunity index

Finnish children have the fifth most secure childhood in the world.
Save the Children, The Many Faces of Exclusion: End of Childhood, Report 2018

Young people (aged 11 to 15) in Finland are the fourth satisfied with their life among young people in welfare countries.
UNICEF, Child Well-being in Rich Countries: A comparative overview

Finns aged 15 are the third most satisfied with their lives among same-age young people in OECD countries.
OECD, PISA 2015 Results, Students’ Well-Being

Finnish fourth graders' knowledge of science is the second best in OECD countries.
M. O. Mullis, I. V. S. Mullis, P. Foy and M. Hooper, TIMSS 2015 International Results in Science

Finns aged 15 are among OECD countries the second best in literacy and the third best in science.
Ministry of Education and Culture, PISA 2015: Finnish youth still at the top despite the drop

Health
Finland is among the world’s top 25 countries in life expectancy at birth. Differences at the top are small.
WHO, Life expectancy

Finland has the least underweight (under 2,500 g) children born of OECD countries.
OECD, Low birth weight

Mothers' and children's well-being in Finland is the second best in the world.
Save the Children, State of the World´s Mothers 2015, 16th annual report

Finland has the world's third lowest infant mortality rate (deaths at the age of under one year).
UN, SDG Indicators, Infant mortality rate

Maternal mortality is the lowest in the world in Finland together with Greece, Iceland and Poland.
WHO, World Health Statistics 2018: Monitoring health for the SDGs

The second lowest number of children weighing under 2.5 kg are born in Finland in OECD countries.
OECD, Health at a Glance 2015. Infant health: Low birth weight

Finland has the second lowest total mortality from cancer in EU countries.
OECD, Health at a Glance: Europe 2018: Mortality from cancer

Finnish adults are the second least likely to smoke of EU countries.
OECD, Health at a Glance: Europe 2018: Adults smoking daily

Finland's share of actively exercising people is bigger than in any other EU country.
Eurostat, How much do Europeans exercise?


Capital city
Helsinki is the third best city to live in. (65 cities in the comparison).
Metropolis, The Best Cities to Live in (2016)

People living in Helsinki have the highest satisfaction with the place where they live, alongside with people living in Stockholm.
European Commission, Quality of Life in European Cities 2015.

Helsinki is the second most appealing city in the world for startups.
Nestpick, Startup Cities Index

Helsinki is the most equal city in Europe. (33 cities in the comparison).
Spotahome, Equality in Europe

Helsinki is fifth best in the ability to compete for talented workforce.
INSEAD, Global Cities Talent Competitiveness Index 2018 Rankings.

Helsinki is the third best city in terms of technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. (40 cities in the comparison).
J. Gibson, M. Robinson & S. Cain, CITIE – City Initiatives for Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Among European cities, Helsinki is the fourth best in supporting digital enterprises and entrepreneurs.
Nesta, European Digital City Index 2016

Of European big cities, Helsinki is the easiest and most pleasant to get around in. (20 cities in the comparison).
Politico, Urban Mobility Index

People living in Helsinki are the second most satisfied with cultural facilities among inhabitants of EU capital cities.
Eurostat, Satisfaction with cultural facilities in EU capital cities

Helsinki is the most honest city in the world.
Readers Digest, Most Honest Cities

The Helsinki-Vantaa airport is the best in the world.
Lonely Planet, Helsinki takes the world’s best airport award for 2016

And in these we are also at the top of the world
Finland has the third most space per person in Europe.
Eurostat, Population density, persons per km²

Finns drink most coffee per person in the world.
International Coffee Organization, Coffee Trade Statistics

Finland has the most Summer Olympics medals per capita.
Medals per Capita, Total Medals per Capita: All Time (Summer)

Finnish adults' English skills are the sixth best in a comparison of 80 countries.
Education First (EF), EF English Proficiency Index

The Finnish passport has the third most influence in the world.
Passport Index, Global Passport Power Rank 2018

Finland has the second most islands in the world.
WorldAtlas, Which Country Has the Most Islands

Finland has the most heavy metal bands per inhabitant in the world.
Big Think, A World Map of Heavy Metal Density.
Anonymous  28/04/22 Чтв 17:12:59 98009 17
>>97772
finland is a shithole, nobody wants to live there except niggers for gibs
Anonymous  28/04/22 Чтв 22:48:29 98019 18
>>97703
How many English lonely old people die in winter from the cold in their homes? and in Russia? Considering that winter is much harsher in Russia.
Anonymous  29/06/22 Срд 13:50:50 100564 19
>>98019
Many of the English are brainwashed fools my friend, they accuse the Russians of what they are themselves guilty of
Anonymous  29/06/22 Срд 19:47:17 100571 20
>>100564
>whatabouting whatabouting English people
4D vatnik chess
Anonymous  29/06/22 Срд 21:36:03 100572 21
>>98019
Too many. How many people will die in Russia nobody counts and nobody cares, not the Russians that's for sure.
Anonymous  29/06/22 Срд 22:34:33 100573 22
>>100564
FUCKING GAYROPE XD THE ENGLISH ARE SO GUILTY XD THEY WILL FALL SOON XD

>flag: UK xD

Die xD just fucking die xD kill yourself xD
Anonymous  29/06/22 Срд 22:39:38 100574 23
test
Anonymous  30/06/22 Чтв 12:11:16 100584 24
>>100572
I don't know why I'm answering to this, but "Rosstat". Look it up.
Anonymous  30/06/22 Чтв 15:06:35 100591 25
>>100584
Are you implying that Rosstat would tell us how many old people die due to winter conditions?
Anonymous  30/06/22 Чтв 16:33:53 100593 26
>>100591
It tells how many people die due to various diseases and traumas, it doesn't mention how many of them live in a private house without heating or homeless, so, no, it wouldn't, you'd have done a separate study for that. But there is data on what share of people have what way of heating.
Anonymous  03/07/22 Вск 22:55:43 100666 27
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Anonymous  03/07/22 Вск 22:56:56 100667 28
>>97772
Then explain why I want to move to Russia, if Finland is such a "paradise"?
Anonymous  04/07/22 Пнд 08:48:43 100675 29
>>100666
Sun Tsu was full of shit. No sensible person wants to lose good soldiers if they can help it.

Real question you want to ask is how useful are they?
Anonymous  04/07/22 Пнд 15:29:00 100683 30
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>>97772
Post suicide stats, Finnfag.

But it's true, Finland is vastly preferable to Russia.
Heck, even India or Pakistan is preferable to Russia.
Not sure about North Korea.

>>98009
Stupid.

>>98019
You tell us. I heard people don't die in Russia because Putin forbids it.

>>100571
True.

>>100667
You tell us.

>>100675
Russians don't have that problem. They don't care, as can be seen in the Ukraine. An entire war to feed the ambition of Putin, nobody questions it, least the Russian populous.
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