Researchers from the Vancouver School of Economics and McGill University studied the happiness levels of 400,000 Canadians. By examining the results and cross-referencing the responses with other survey data, they identified which factors contribute to one’s happiness. According to the report:
Results were quite surprising as it showed that people living in rural towns are eight times happier than those who reside in urban areas. This was measured using responses from the participants when they were asked to rate “how satisfied” they are with their lives. On a scale of one to 10, the average score ranged from 7.04 to 8.94.
Furthermore, it appeared that some factors expected to largely affect a person’s happy disposition in life weren’t really as relevant; these include higher salaries, higher education, and great jobs. Meanwhile, the research found that simpler factors have more bearing on what makes people happy.
Virtually every White family at a certain point in their history were farmers – and until recently, most lived in small towns. Traditionally, we are a pastoral and agricultural people, which is why White people who live in the suburbs are still obsessed with their little gardens.
The government’s ruinous economic policies intentionally undermined farmers and small towns, forcing people into large cities for work. No doubt this has contributed to the huge increase in mental illness and suicide among our people. Ironically, jewish people seem to thrive in crowded cities – and abhor nature.