Did i hit a raw nerve, Accipiter? 14 posts in a row, where you basically contradict yourself.
Feel free to try to show where I did so.
It shows Denmark placed 40 out of 106 in terms of suicide, that is above average and relatively high.
Aaaaaand you totally ignore the real numbers (the actual suicide rates, which in Denmark is 10.6) and instead use the arbitrary numbers (the position on the list). The exact same mistake you made when looking at health care. The exact same mistake that has been pointed out to you before.
As I pointed out in the comment you referred to, and as you so carefully ignored, 10.6 is 44% below average.
Give it some rest, or at least give your keyboard some rest. It must be trampled to pieces by now after your 14 post rampage. Though it’s good fun
Interestingly enough, the number of your posts to which I was replying at that point was also fourteen. And half of the text in my posts was me directly quoting you. The rest, of course, was me providing the actual information that you were ignoring or distorting in your fourteen posts. . .
The anti-American comments pervading this board on every side are a bit perturbing. I’d just like to point out the original poster is clearly not American, as his writing is full of grammar mistakes a native speaker would never make. Furthermore, he clearly implied an anti-US bias in his early references to the “American media” (not that Americans are pro-everything America).
I can’t speak for the others, but I did have reason for whenever I made comparisons to America. First off, because right in his very first sentence here he made this a question about why the Americans see Denmark as a happy country.
I was reading how the american medias are lying about Denmark, which they claim to be a happy country.
Which makes comparisons between Denmark and America a main part of the discussion as he set it up.
Also, because he not only tends to write in American style English with American spellings and American terms, but he also says that he is lives in America:
I live in the states. . .
And so again, comparing Denmark to the US is useful in that it compares two places that he should be familiar with. Of course, given how apparently unfamiliar he is with Denmark in spite of supposedly spending four whole years there, that might be of limited use. . .
Look at post #54. I have added a printscreen of the article. Everyone can clearly see the factual evidence and documentation
So you consider a five-sentence blurb from a sensationalist media agency that vaguely quotes from the OECD as being a better source of information on what the OECD says than the actual reports from the OECD itself. That explains much about your argument.