Essay: The unfree city of Boston, Massachusetts and its rat infestation problem

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Boston, which is the capital and most populous city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is one of the most rat infested cities of the world.[1]

Rat infestation is a sign of societal decay. More orderly societies like Switzerland, which is a beacon of young earth creationism in Europe, simply don't have significant rat infestation problems.[2]

Bostonians, it's not too late to leave the unfree state of Massachusetts and move to a more orderly, rat free area that enjoys the blessings of liberty.

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(Swiss neutrality has insured that Switzerland is not a landmine-infested area needing the assistance of rats)