PPE in switzerland is like EU kind of dictatorship

Switzerland soon have to vote to stop nuclear power soon or later. I will vote soon. Because atom electricity is very dangerous.

Recently I moved to a house where an old electric heater was already existing. That heater does not work well and I planed to changed it. After a long period of time receiving offers, I decided to change it. Gaz was the decision. But first I have to ask the gaz company. Someone came and make me an offer. Second the PPE. PPE is a kind of community between people. They decide for you and you have to pay. You pay for things you don’t need and when you need something they decide for you. The procedure is king complicated like french administration. The administrator was informed that I needed to change my heater and ask me for apointment with technical commission. But I have no idea how to do that. Finaly I decided to go forward for the project.

Workers came and start the gaz connexion. The second day they stopt working. How will have I heater in winter ?

You have so many contacts that you don’t know how to react. All contacts are against you. They don’t want you have heater but you must keep your old electric heater that does not work well and that cost too much.

Life is like a stream like a river. You get problems. For example you get 3 problems this month but you don’t know how to solve it. You can solve one problem. The next month you get 4 problems and get solution for 2 problems. At the end you make a burn out and you don’t know what to do how to do and why you do all you are doing.

Each appartment or house is like contries, PPE is European Union. They decide for you. They give you rules you have to follow. If you don’t understand every body are again you. Like Britain today. EU is kind of dictatorship. PPE is the same.

Switzerland is number 6 in Global Peace Index

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CkaDIqgWsAAyLd3According to the Glogal Peace index the most peacefull countries are

  1. Iceland
  2. Denmark
  3. Austria
  4. New Zealand
  5. Finland
  6. Switzerland
  7. Canada

Nordic countries, along with Alpine nations like Austria and Switzerland, are represented highly in the top 10 most peaceful countries – Denmark is just behind Iceland, in second place, and Finland is in sixth.

In comparison, countries in the Middle East and Africa make up most of the bottom 10 on the list. Afghanistan has been towards the bottom of the rankings for some time, due to the chaos of the War on Terror.

 

Swiss men have world’s longest life expectancy 81.3 years

Males in Switzerland now have the longest life expectancy of any men in the world, say the latest global public health statistics. But Swiss women have less of an edge on the rest of the world than four years ago, falling from second to sixth place in expected lifespan.

he World Health Organization (WHO) life expectancy statistics, presented Wednesday in Geneva, place Swiss men above Icelanders, who held the top spot in the report’s last edition in 2012. Boys born in Switzerland can expect to live to the age of 81.3 years, considerably above the world average of 69.1 years.

Switzerland : no denstist insurance. You must pay all.

Switzerland has an image of rich, stable and secure country. Salaries are hight and economy is dynamic. But if you need medical care, you must have monney.

Medical insurance is mandatory but each one is responsible. You have to choose the insurance company. This is hard to choose because you must understand how much you pay and how much you would receive money for medical care. Each year you pay more for this insurance while price decrease each year. In Switzerland is deflation. The best choise if you have no money is to choose the highest reductive. That means that your insurance works after certain amount. That means if you pay 1000 CHF you can pay all and the insurance is useless. Only if the doctor bill is higher that 2500 CHF the insurance pay you. If you have 10 000 CHF of hospital bill your insurance will pay you for 7500CHF and not always 100%.

Each month you pay a lot for insurance (20% of your income) but it is useless if you have no serious health problem.

Now concerning dentist. For medical teeth car, you must pay all.For most Swiss, the dental expenses not covered by their health insurance because this requires conclude additional insurance. Because of this, the part of the most disadvantaged population often waives care. This is a serious inequality. « Note that the initiative also provides that the State implement a prevention device for oral health.

But dentist are against they think that dental health is a matter of prevention, they believe that everyone brings to his teeth, most of preventable diseases through proper hygiene. Insurance imposed by the state would only increase bureaucracy and déresponsabiliserait population.

The low-income people are the first to abandon the annual preventive control, advance the initiators based on figures recently published by.

Security is a false cliché in Switzerland. You are always afraid to receive a huge bill that you don’t choose and that you can’t pay. health is luxury that only rich people can afford.

 

The Kid Charlie Chaplin first film 1921

Charlie Chaplin was an English comic actor, filmmaker, and composer who rose to fame in the silent era. Chaplin became a worldwide icon. His career spanned more than 75 years, from childhood in the Victorian era until a year before his death in 1977, and encompassed both adulation and controversy.

Chaplin’s childhood in London was one of poverty and hardship. As his father was absent and his mother struggled financially, he was sent to a workhouse twice before the age of nine. When he was 14, his mother was committed to a mental asylum.

In 1919, Chaplin co-founded the distribution company United Artists, which gave him complete control over his films. His first feature-length was The Kid in 1921

He was accused of communist sympathies, while his involvement in a paternity suit and marriages to much younger women caused scandal. An FBI investigation was opened, and Chaplin was forced to leave the United States and settle in Switzerland.

Chaplin’s final home, Manoir de Ban in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland, is being converted into a museum to be opened in 2016, exploring his life and career

Caux Palace Hotel Montreux

Caux grand hotel
Above Montreux in the Vaud canton, in Switzerland you can see Caux Palace Hotel. . Constructed in 1900, the goal was to make the most advanced, most luxurious and biggest hotel ever built in Switzerland. The Caux Palace Hotel was blessed with instant success. Celebrities such as Sacha Guitry, Paul Morand, Romain Rolland, Edgar Wallace, prince Ibn Saud, future king of Saudi Arabia, John D. Rockefeller and the maharajah of Baroda visited it.

It is now also the seat of the Swiss Hotel Management School

Switzerland is number 4 concerning economic freedom

Economic freedom is a crucial component of liberty. It empowers people to work, produce, consume, own, trade, and invest according to their personal choices.

Why Does Economic Freedom Matter? – from The Heritage Foundation’s Understanding America series – explores the framework America’s Founders established for an economically free nation, and what economic freedom means for the United States and the rest of the world.

here is the ranking
1. Hong Kong
2. Singapore
3. New Zealand
4. Switzerland
5. Australia

10. United States

17. Germany

19. Luxembourg

75. France

178. North Korea

This is a comparison of economic performance and trade scores in the forthcoming 2016 Index of Economic Freedom demonstrates the importance of trade freedom for prosperity and well-being.
Countries with the most trade freedom have higher per capita incomes, lower rates of hunger in their populations, and cleaner environments.
Countries with low tariffs and few non-tariff barriers have stronger economic growth. Free trade policies also encourage freedom in general—including protection of private property rights and the freedom of average people to buy what they think is best for their families.
The simplest way to achieve trade freedom is to unilaterally reduce tariff and non-tariff barriers.
Most Americans are open to the idea of more free trade.

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