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The Queendom of Hai Lin

“Queen and State”

Category: Anarchy
Civil Rights:
Very Strong
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Location: United States of America

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The Queendom of Hai Lin is a colossal, socially progressive nation, renowned for its absence of drug laws, complete absence of social welfare, and spontaneously combusting cars. The hard-working, democratic population of 7.33 billion Hai Linians live in a state of perpetual fear, as a complete breakdown of social order has led to the rise of order through biker gangs.

The minute, liberal, pro-business, outspoken government, or what there is of one, juggles the competing demands of Education, Defense, and Healthcare. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 4.7%.

The very strong Hai Linian economy, worth 425 trillion betales a year, is driven almost entirely by the private sector, which is broadly diversified and led by the Gambling industry, with major contributions from Book Publishing, Information Technology, and Furniture Restoration. Average income is 58,083 betales, but there is a large disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 278,980 per year while the poor average 7,059, a ratio of 39.5 to 1.

It's rumored that Marche Noire knows what the nation's generals eat for breakfast, surveillance cameras are banned, extreme political groups are outlawed, and the latest Harry Potter book is a bestseller. Crime is a major problem, probably because of the absence of a police force. Hai Lin's national animal is the deer.

Hai Lin is ranked 235,806th in the world and 252nd in United States of America for Most Patriotic, with 2.22 flags saluted per person per day.

Most Extensive Civil Rights: 1,443rdHighest Drug Use: 1,917thTop
Lowest Overall Tax Burden: 5,298thHighest Crime Rates: 7,446thNudest: 10,652ndTop
Largest Furniture Restoration Industry: 20,369thLargest Gambling Industry: 22,279thMost Armed: 24,425th
Lowest Overall Tax Burden: 33rd in the regionLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 39th in the regionLargest Publishing Industry: 41st in the regionHighest Drug Use: 44th in the regionMost Extensive Civil Rights: 44th in the region

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