Of course it isn’t; it’s England (I’m English).
It’s all very patriotic to claim your country is the greatest on earth, but it also indicates an immense level of smug complacency. If you live in the greatest country on earth there is no reason to look at your country and see what to do better.
Some questions to ask yourself about your country :-
- Where does your country fit in the list of infant mortality?
- How free is your country according to the Press Freedom Index?
- What ranking does your country get in the list of life expectancy?
- How evenly is wealth distributed?
Now you might not agree with my list of how well a country is doing (and mine isn’t necessarily the same as the one above), and I may well disagree with your list vehemently. But that is beside the point – choose your list of what you think is important in a country, assess your country’s level, and then decide if your country is the greatest, or whether it could do better.