America is not the most free country in the world, in fact USA is ranked 8th and New Zealand is ranked 1st. Also people have opportunities in many countries not just USA so the notion "america land of opportinuties" is just like a false ad campaign because people immigrate to Australia, Canada, UK, South Africa, Germany and pretty much the entire Europe to seek opportunites and "freedom". So quit acting like freedom is only exclusive to america and quit acting like you're the only people on this planet with freedom. You need to stop believing in world war 2 propaganda that your country still uses and teaches in public schools. And please stop acting like all countries are evil "commies". In conclusion no one gives a rats ass about the wars you won and real americans would rally against the governments imperialist regime or in other words medling in other countries issues, real americans would encourage their government to help and deal with america and americans because billions of dollars are spent waging wars while millions of americans are suffering from poverty and millions of children are not recieving adaquate education.
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There are no 100% free countries, and there have never been any 100% free countries. America did, however, use to be the freest country in the world. Nowadays, it is debatable which is the freest country in the world, though America is still definitely one of the freest.
America has two advantages that other countries do not, however. Firstly, America has a Constitution and specifically a Bill of Rights that have acted as a somewhat-effective brake on the growth of government power. Other countries have, for example, trashed the right to freedom of speech and the right to bear arms to an extent that has not been possible in America, despite the politicians' (and, ultimately, the voters') worst intentions. Secondly, America has historically had a philosophy of freedom: "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness". This mentality is not yet dead, though it is ailing. America shows the primary importance of philosophy rather than politics. Britain, for example, used to be a very free nation, but the lack of philosophical underpinning for this freedom allowed Britain to drift much further away from freedom than America has.0
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