Why are the oldest countries in the world, so often also the worst?

Super Old country: Egypt.

Existence: Deep into BCE (BC).

Modern regime- Arab supremacy/Antisemitism/Sharia/Muslim dictatorship.

Super Old Country: Iran

Existence: Deep into BCE (BC) as Persia.

Modern regime: Arab supremacy/Antisemitism/Sharia/Muslim dictatorship.

Super Old country: China

Existence: Deep into BCE (BC).

Modern regime- Communist dictatorship, unfair elections, unfair trials, Human rights violations, No civil rights.

Super Old country: India

Existence: Deep into BCE (BC).

Regime (always) - Strict patriarchy

Regime (modern) - Caste System

Super Old country : Korea.

Existence: Deep into BCE (BC).

Modern regime (north): Juche, Isolationist, ultranationalist, highly abusive Communist dictatorship, led by a single family lineage with no electiorial process and a threatening and antagonistic foreign policy towards powers it could never win against.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    I dunno.

    Iraq AND Egypt are the oldest civilizations in the world that were once rich and thriving. And now... Muslim central.

    It's sad in the sense that it's now a desert graveyard. Completely died out and buried.

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