Want to Be Happy? Try Moving to Finland

Editor’s Note: This article fails to mention that one of the most important sources of a country’s happiness is the homogeneity or near-homogeneity of its populace. Social cohesion and trust are derived from this elementary fact. Why is it that Sweden does not score as high on the “happiness index” anymore? It topped the list for years. Whatever could have caused Sweden’s rapid happiness decline? To deluded Leftist idiots, it’s a complete mystery, but nationalists know the answer. We could also talk all day about race, IQ, and the wealth of nations, but I digress. Enjoy this article about our Finnish friends, but please bear the author’s globalist, multicult bias in mind. Mundilfury.

Happy are the people of the Nordic nations — happier, in fact, than anyone else in the world. And the overall happiness of a country is almost identical to the happiness of its immigrants.

Those are the main conclusions of the World Happiness Report 2018, released Wednesday. Finland is the happiest country in the world, it found, followed by Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, and Australia. Though in a different order, this is the same top 10 as last year, when Norway was No. 1 and Finland was fifth.

Burundi and Central African Republic, both consumed by political violence, are the least happy countries for the second year in a row. This year, Central African Republic is slightly happier than Burundi; last year, their order was…

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