This personal account of an American visitor to Finland tells what it’s like to live in a white country. It’s also what it was like to live in the US before diversity was forced upon us.
Read it and weep.
I’m going to look into moving to Finland. It reminds me of how the country was even during my youth. Lost now. Lost forever.
Excerpt from Filling My Map
Imagine a world where you simply expect everyone to follow the rules and do the right thing. This is a world where mothers leave sleeping infants in their strollers outside of little shops while they run in for a quick purchase. This is a society where all school doors are left unlocked and public transportation basically operates on an honor system. It is simply assumed that you have already paid to ride the bus or tram…
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