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Newsweek's The World's Best Countries (Poland ranked 29)


cinoeye - | 5
31 Aug 2010 #121
As I said, it still does not explain absence from the list.

Great, next time stop in Serbia! ;)
convex 20 | 3,978
31 Aug 2010 #122
Just try to keep clear of the Southwestern part. Sh*thole.
sascha 1 | 826
31 Aug 2010 #123
U think about muslims?
convex 20 | 3,978
31 Aug 2010 #124
I could care less if it's inhabited by Muslims, Jews, Christians. It's an even worse place than the rest of the country...which is saying quite a bit.
sascha 1 | 826
31 Aug 2010 #125
From what I saw of Serbia like Novi Sad, Belgrade, Vojvodina, Region Nis etc. it is not so bad, but the biggest plus are the warm and friendly people.

If you suggest that the whole country is in a mess then please don't forget 10 years of embargo etc.
convex 20 | 3,978
31 Aug 2010 #126
Now you're getting it. It's a mess. The reasons for that doesn't change the fact.

Warm and friendly people are all over the world. Bosnia has warm and friendly people, Syria, Canada, Russia...
sascha 1 | 826
31 Aug 2010 #127
Now you're getting it. It's a mess. The reasons for that doesn't change the fact.

Thank u for ur "lesson", but sorry the reasons are for every mess a country is in the most important facts. Especially if the West kick-started the process to the mess(like Seanus said with what I agree).

I gave the fact with the warm people, because of the prejudices for Serbia here on PF and in media and as well as in the "West" warm people are very very rare.

Btw, any personal experiences? Been to Serbia ever?
Meathead 5 | 473
31 Aug 2010 #128
AussieSheila

US leads the world in Economy but lags in Education and Health Care (Amazingly US has 16/20 best universities in the world and unrivalled healthcare and medical technology for those who can afford).

The US has a single tier medical system. If you go to an emergency room in an American Hospital they are, by law, obligated to provide medical care. The Bru ha in America is about who pays for this (i.e., people who can't afford to pay for the medical care). Presently the hospitals raise their rates to the insurance companies to make up the difference. That's why our insurance premiums are so high. It's a myth that medical care in America is refused to those who cannot afford to pay.


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