One great thing about Switzerland is that regular people can participate in decisions, rather than having decisions unilaterally inflicted upon them by centralized authorities. For example, local residents are largely responsible for approving citizenship applications. This can be helpful in keeping out moonbats:
A Dutch woman has seen her request for Swiss citizenship refused for the second time by local residents who object to her media campaigning against cowbells and other Swiss traditions.
Nancy Holten, 42, grew up in Switzerland and has children who are Swiss citizens, but is too obnoxious a moonbat to be welcome there. She confirms that she will not stop screaming to the media about her dislike of Swiss traditions that she does not deem to be sufficiently politically correct.
A vegan and supporter of animal rights, she gained a reputation in her community of Gipf-Oberfrick, in the canton of Aargau, after campaigning against cowbells, claiming they were damaging to cows’ health.
She has also objected to hunting and piglet racing, and complained about the noise of church bells in the village, campaigns that have seen her regularly interviewed in the Swiss press over the past few years.
A woman so intolerantly liberal as to condemn church bells ought to apply for citizenship in San Francisco instead.
On tips from J and Byron.