As you can see it proposes Iceland as some kind of paradise. Iceland has no army, they clamp down on corruption, a strong economy and low crime – a paradise indeed, built on atheism.
Yet a little bit of research demonstrates that these claims seem to fall apart.
1. Iceland has no army.
I’m a little unsure how this makes Iceland being a better place to live. Perhaps I’m missing something, but I’m not sure how having no army makes a country secure and safe from any foreign threats? If anything it would make a country more of a target for any potential rogue state.
2. Iceland’s economy is booming.
Iceland’s economy may be growing at the moment, but this growth has been somewhat precarious. This article from Fortune magazine shows…
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