DAILYKENN.com --An international study has confirmed the obvious: The security of Sweden is dropping. Sweden dropped from 4th place to 5th place in the study's annual ranking. The USA, by comparison, is ranked 19th.
As Western nations open their borders to third-worlders, the quality of life in those nations plummets. That appears to be the objective of globalist Marxism; to impose international equity.
White people deserve a unique ethnostate where they can impose the same ethnic restrictions as Israel.
The study is called the World Justice Project.
WJP Rule of Law Index 2017–18
The World Justice Project's most recent index offers a detailed and comprehensive picture of the extent to which 113 countries and jurisdictions around the world adhere to the rule of law. The list below shows the top 30 countries/territories and the full rankings are available for download on the WJP website
From samnytt.se ▼ Google translation from Swedish
The independent organization World Justice Project warns in this year's edition of its Rule of Law report on the situation in Sweden regarding law and order, legal certainty and security for citizens. Sweden is ranked in this respect as worse than the other Nordic countries. It reports Contemporary .
World Justice Project annually establishes a Rule of Law Index of 126 countries, taking into account such things as power restrictions for the government, absence of corruption, open state administration, civil rights, order / security, compliance, civil law and criminal law.
The Nordic countries generally occupy positions in all these areas. But Sweden stands out in terms of the grade one gets for order and safety - the safety of the citizens in public environments is described as being strongly downward.
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