Most Extensive Civil Rights: 277th Most Politically Free: 389th Most Pro-Market: 450th
The Queen's State of
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The Queen's State of Namibia State is a colossal, environmentally stunning nation, renowned for its complete lack of public education, absence of drug laws, and spontaneously combusting cars. The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic population of 9.703 billion Namibia Stateans live in a state of perpetual fear, as a complete breakdown of social order has led to the rise of order through biker gangs.

The minute, liberal, pro-business, outspoken government, or what there is of one, is solely concerned with Industry. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 5.7%.

The very strong Namibia Statean economy, worth 287 trillion betales a year, is driven almost entirely by the private sector, which is quite specialized and led by the Woodchip Exports industry, with major contributions from Gambling, Door-to-door Insurance Sales, and Pizza Delivery. Average income is 29,663 betales, but there is a vast disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 287,610 per year while the poor average 147, a ratio of 1,948 to 1.

The tenet of free speech is held dear and voting is voluntary. Crime is a major problem, probably because of the absence of a police force. Namibia State's national animal is the deer, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.

Namibia State is ranked 46,686th in the world and 1st in Namibia for Smartest Citizens, with 38.86 Quips Per Hour.

Most Extensive Civil Rights: 277thMost Politically Free: 389thMost Pro-Market: 450thGreatest Rich-Poor Divides: 460thMost Extreme: 966thTop
Rudest Citizens: 2,802ndMost Stationary: 3,089thNudest: 4,122ndHighest Drug Use: 4,164thHighest Crime Rates: 5,626thLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 6,621stTop
Most Armed: 8,075thLargest Populations: 12,087thLowest Overall Tax Burden: 13,441stFattest Citizens: 13,613th

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