Finland is often held up as part of the Scandavian Miracle : the false trope that things are great in Nordic countries because they have great social programs. When anyone who looks deeper than the surface learns (a) they are not socialists (b) there are many problems and failures that make them more a model of "How not to", than "How to". The collapse of Universal healthcare in Finland is a great example. Social programs work well, for a while... until the system finally collapses under the burdens of government run anything (or everything). Like happened in Venezuela, or everywhere else it has been tried. The question isn't whether it will fail, but how long they can go before ruination.