Most Liberal Country

Discussion in 'Libertarian' started by hippyman, Jul 1, 2006.

  1. hippyman

    hippyman Member

    I havent posted in a while, and this forum has changed alot since, but theres something I need to know, What is the most liberal country in the world, not including the USA? I'm getting fed up with the laws here, and I'm about ready to leave. I would prefer to live where there were no laws infringing on my freedom, but it might be hard finding a place like that. Please reply.
     
  2. nimh

    nimh ~foodie~

    i didnt think that the usa was even in the running for something like that. :)

    which laws specifically are you trying to avoid?
     
  3. hippyman

    hippyman Member

    National ID, Wire taps, email taps, you name it. I'm fed up with this country.
     
  4. Inquiring-Mind

    Inquiring-Mind Senior Member

    does not exist yet.

    But, I say the most liberal nations in existence are the Nordic nations.
     
  5. MadEyeMoody

    MadEyeMoody Member

    netherlands
     
  6. Libertine

    Libertine Guru of Hedonopia

    Scandanavian countries or the Netherlands.

    Still not good enough, though.
     
  7. hippyman

    hippyman Member

    What about Antarctica?
     
  8. Libertine

    Libertine Guru of Hedonopia

    There ya go! :D
     
  9. you really can't go wrong with almost all the european countries. i'd avoid england, they've sorta become our little brother. almost anywhere is an improvment over here.
     
  10. TheMadcapSyd

    TheMadcapSyd Titanic's captain, yo!

    Alot of European countries still have mandatory military service though for all men, that's not very liberal.

    Norway
    Sweden
    Finland
    Denmark
    Germany
    Poland
    Czech Republic
    Slovakia
    Austria
    Belarus
    Bulgaria
    Cyprus
    Greece
    Russia
    Serbia
    Montenegro
    Lithuania
    Estonia
    Romania(Until end of year)

    That's alot of countries.
    Switzerland
    Ukraine
     
  11. I'd say the Netherlands, but like most places, they don't really want you unless you've got money and/or a high-end skill.
     
  12. Ryver

    Ryver Member

    Netherlands, Costa Rica, France, Spain. All very liberal countries.
     
  13. greentree

    greentree Member

    how would you say spain is a liberal country? it hasn't been in my experience, i'd be interested to hear what you mean. politically? socially? <3
     
  14. I wonder where people get the idea the Netherlands is a liberal country.
    Sure, you can smoke your weed and fuck your prostitutes legally, but other than that it sucks like any other country.
     
  15. dd3stp233

    dd3stp233 -=--=--=-

    I don't think anyone mentioned New Zealand. It is fairly progressive. Maybe because there are more sheep then people on the islands.
     
  16. fistermister

    fistermister Member

    Sweden
    Finland
    Denmark
    The Netherlands
    New Zealand
     
  17. AerialReaver

    AerialReaver Member

  18. BraveSirRubin

    BraveSirRubin Members

    Any country which is too poor to impliment strict laws, has a socialistic government, and no mandatory military service.

    Thailand, perhaps...
     
  19. dhs

    dhs Senior Member

    I don't think this thread is about whether a country sucks or not, its about a country being liberal. To me, liberal is defined as acceptance of people's individual choices provided that they do not harm the lives of others. Being able to live a life that you want to live and not being supressed for your choices provided that they do not harm other individuals. Based upon my limited exposure to the Netherlands (1 week) and yourself (only online here), it seems to me that you Bird, I quite capable of being the person you wish to be and living a decent life in your nation, the Netherlands.
     
  20. I dont care where I go I just don't want to be affiliated with the murderous tyrants that Run the US. I need out now.
     

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