I capped the rating at where I believed the current realistic maximum of a country to be, or in other words: Compared to other countries, I believe that a 10/10 rating is accurate, that doesn't mean that I believe my country to be absolutely perfect; I'm using a relative comparative scale, not an absolute one. And your last sentence does not make any sense to me, the concept of flaw which is entirely subjective does not apply to facts. Of course you can judge a fact, you can say that multiculturalism is a bad thing (just an example), but there isn't any inherent flaw with the fact itself.
Just to clarify as to why I'm arguing with you in the first place, I don't really care what you think my IQ is. I know it myself, that's what matters (it's just a number anyways), and besides I never expected any accurate judgement from a thread posing four questions to assess my intelligence, I knew this wasn't really serious. But the moment you started to use proper logic to back up what result you had given me, that automatically made it seem like you tried to validate the result, even though you never were serious about it (I assume).