Love my country in every way, the people, the weather, the location, just everything, but i hate the political side of it and always did.. “the flies change but the sh!t stays the same”..
I don’t like it. Corrupted, economics are terrible, unemployment rate is too damn high (my boyfriend has college degree in economics and he’s working as a shopper in a boutique, ofc, he’s not registered so no pension nor insurance, and salary is 200e – can’t do shit with it), people are mostly xxxxphobic (replace xxxx with any sexual orientation, race, different gender role, ethnicity and so on), politics… won’t even comment that, medicine is corrupted as hell, most of the doctors take money laundering as a default, we are so used to shit we don’t even have a reason to fight it, not a secular state AT ALL and by at all I mean it’s up to that the president is consulting with the church leader before the big moves, sexism is high, police don’t want to deal hooligans (a president of a party – liberal party, his wife and friends were beaten by them and the police told him to make a deal with the hooligans so they don’t attack him again).
There are a lot of very good people but when it comes to global view they are overwhelmed by idiots.
That’s it for now, I’m sure I’ll think of more.
Oh, and the good thing is that Belgrade is very alive city and night life is great. But day life sucks.
I’ll move as soon as I can. Spain is my goal.
I’m not happy with many things in Poland, but for last 10 months I’ve spent there just 2 And the longer I’m away, the more I appreciate how beautiful my country is, and see how highly underrated.
I love Australia. Not too much to complain about here comparatively. It is a wonderful place for the most part.
I am from India and I am partially proud of it.
The environment here is not so good but I don’t go out except for the college.
I live in Canada. Which is probably the most Multicultural country in the world. It not 1st it has to be top 3.
Strong economy, people (friendly and open minded for the most part), free healthcare (and is pretty good too), and it’s a beautiful country
Canada’s also very multicultural so it’s like you get a little of every country here (food, entertainment, and also world views)
Not the best government (right now), winters can be too cold, and not the best public transit system imo