PUNDIT PRESS HAS MOVED FROM BLOGGER

Pundit Press has moved on to bigger and better things.


Pundit Press now includes Pundit Press Radio and Pundit Press TV, bringing you the latest news and information with some of the top writers and broadcasters on the web today.


Please visit us at our new website: http://thepunditpress.com/.



Thursday, November 29, 2012

Map: Ex-Soviet Union Bloc Very Unhappy


Over the last few years the polling organization Gallup has been tracking the "happiness" of nations all over the world, and their just released survey results (and the following map that was created by the Washington Post's Max Fisher) is quite telling...

Notice the concentration of the least emotional/unhappy nations in the world?

Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus and other ex-members of the former Soviet Union all rank very highly on the wrong end of Gallup's survey, while Western Europe and the America's are all content with life and generally happy people.

I wonder if this has anything to do with the soul crushing, godless Communism that was imposed on the Soviet bloc for more then four decades?

What say you?

1 comment:

  1. Is there really much of a difference between soul crushing, Godless communism and soul crushing, Godless leftism? Probably not. Yet anyway.

    ReplyDelete

Check this out!