5 Ways America Already Looks Like a Third-World Country

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5. Criminal justice

There is no surprise that our criminal justice system is among the best in the entire world, yet it still has some issues. But on this matter, there are divided opinions. Some citizens say that they don’t have a problem if we have more prisoners than other countries because if you do something wrong, you have to serve time for it. While others are concerned about the fact that here the punishments are pretty harsh. For example, the United States of America is the only developed country in the world that still has the death penalty in effect.

What do you think? Is this a serious issue or not? Tell us in the comments.

Bottom line:

Let’s narrow this down: No nation, geographical region, or educational system is flawless or without problems. To evolve as a society, every individual needs to make improvements. We’re not here to point the finger at those who are worse or better than us! It’s just the simple fact that we can all learn from each other to build a strong and better future.

What do you consider to be the shortcomings of Americans? What would you wish to entirely modify or improve? Tell us in the comments section.

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2 thoughts on “5 Ways America Already Looks Like a Third-World Country”

  1. Why don’t you tell the truth. Our society is so mess up people have lost it. Oh! by the way why aren’t you talking about blacks over running our streets killing maiming and destroying our cities.Killing,hurt random people and seniors and kids.NO! instead you are going for the average American’s fear. That what you guys do! fear mongering! blame average joe for our government failures! People can be pushed so far and a monster are created. You guys spin their fear that is all you guys do. So most of this is on you. You are the promoters, aren’t you?

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