When the state cares so that you don’t have to

The degree to which your country’s governance and law making is good corelates inversely to the extent to which the common citizenry talks or thinks about politics.

The degree to which your country’s health-care system works well corelates inversely to the extent to which the its common citizenry arranges for its own access to medical facilities.

The degree to which your country’s education system is good corelates inversely to the extent to which the common person arranges for their own children’s schooling and university.

If you have access to state-of-the-art facilities, but you are having to arrange for that access yourself, you are privileged and those systems are likely to be broken.

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