[Serious] Are Nordic Model countries(Sweden, Norway, Finland) actually socialist?

BigGhey

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I have a feeling there not and think they are not cuz there are McDonalds and private property still there. I feel also that it is just heavily regulated capitalism with welfare programs tbh.

Any proof to prove my point(or against my point)?
 
SuperSaiyanGymcel

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doesnt matter. they mog every other race to the fucking ground
 
ordinaryotaku

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Only socially. The market there is about as controlled as America's, but they have lots of individual social programs, benefits, entitlements, etc. which makes it only socially socialist.
 
KilluminoidBR

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No man, these are social democrat, they have strong welfare state but their economy still works under capitalism.

Cuba and North Korea are the only socialist countries that still exist.
 
Cuyen

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I dont know what they are but probably liberals
 
Mewcel

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It's a mixed economy with a bias towards Capital rather than Labour, much like any other Western country.
 
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