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The Happy Holiday Hosts of Bearistotle and Hebert

“We Still Want Candy”

Category: Scandinavian Liberal Paradise
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Regional Influence: Powerbroker

Location: The House at Pooh Corner


The Happy Holiday Hosts of Bearistotle and Hebert is a gargantuan, socially progressive nation, ruled by The King and Pope with an even hand, and renowned for its complete lack of prisons. The compassionate population of 18.188 billion Cute and Cuddly Bears enjoy extensive civil rights and enjoy a level of social equality free from the usual accompanying government corruption.

The relatively small, liberal government is primarily concerned with Environment, although Social Policy, Education, and Healthcare are also considered important, while Defense and Industry are ignored. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of The Sofa. The average income tax rate is 8.0%, but much higher for the wealthy.

The large but stagnant Cute and Cuddly economy, worth 123 trillion preapprovedcreditcards a year, is quite specialized and led by the Gambling industry, with significant contributions from Book Publishing, Information Technology, and Tourism. Black market activity is frequent. State-owned companies are common. Average income is 6,785 preapprovedcreditcards, and distributed extremely evenly, with little difference between the richest and poorest citizens.

A government program is underway to revitalize Bearistotle and Hebert's beaches, the military frequently holds bake sales to raise funds, the nation is completely gun-free, and streaming video is considered to be a myth by most citizens. Crime, especially youth-related, is all-pervasive, perhaps because of the country's complete lack of prisons. Bearistotle and Hebert's national animal is the Little Old Lady, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its national religion is Chocolism.

Bearistotle and Hebert is ranked 11th in The House at Pooh Corner and 79,031st in the world for Largest Public Sector, scoring 11 on the Bureaucratic Comprehensiveness Rating Scale Index.

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