How Hard Is It To Emigrate From The UK To A Better HDI/Lower Tax Country In The EU?Watch
1.) GVT is being more and more right wing, more censorship of material, more "police-state" activity, more spying, less privacy, public sector pay dropping, effectively I see it as a power bubble where the richest are withdrawing into a safe zone and the wealth disparity is terrible.
2.) Politically, this could be just the tabloids bleating, but I sense there are a lot more cries of "send them all back", is quite worrying because although Britain is multicultural society and all that, its been so for maybe 40+ years and the intolerance is still so high, leading me to conclude that there will always be a significantly high baseline percentage of people who will be inherently racist; really not cool.
3.) Britain has a fairly low HDI compared to its EU counterparts over the ocean, and as costs are rising, I don't feel I'm getting my money's worth of HDI given the taxes/N.I, etc I pay to people who live on the dole who really just make this country worse.
So my question is:
Given I am prepared to learn new language, etc to emigrate to a EU country with either lower taxes or higher HDI, which is best? I have some friends from Switzerland who tell tales about the snowy capped mountains and the public transport that isn't stinky, crammed like a concentration camp or other unpleasant, but is better?