Let it be, enjoy life and stop complaining! If you can’t do that go back to your own country and good riddance.
I did just that two and a half years ago and it's the best decision I ever made. Yeah, taxes are a bit higher (and health care a lot higher), but every other aspect of life is way better and I feel safer and feel I have much more freedom than I did over my ten years in Thailand.
Thailand is a wonderful country to live in otherwise so many farangs wouldn’t be living here
A good many of the farangs I met there were living there because they were married to a Thai, others were running or hiding out because of something they did back in their home country. A few (mostly Europeans or Californians) were there because the cost of living was so much cheaper than where they came from. I met very few who were there out of their sheer love of the country.
There is a massive feeling of freedom and relaxation here
I rarely felt that way. If your definition of freedom is having to constantly report your whereabouts to government, have your finances monitored and enforced by government, or wonder when you will be pulled over for little or no reason by corrupt police and forced to pay extortion money to be allowed to go on your way, and jump through hoops of paperwork to stay there or to leave temporarily and come back, then I would be really afraid to visit your home country. As for relaxation, I finally had to resort to having custom moulded ear plugs (generally made for people who work around helicopters a lot) made just to get a good night's sleep there.
I feel much safer walking down a dark street in Thailand than I would in any European street
I have to agree on that one as the only three times in my life that I have personally been robbed or had robbery/mugging attempted were all in Europe. I try not to walk down dark streets any more but generally I feel much safer now than I did living there.
On the whole driving is safer in Thailand than in Europe
Admittedly, the last time I drove in Europe was in the 80's, but I'd be shocked and very surprised if that statement is true.
Would you like daily speeding- and parking fines dropping thru the letter box
Don't speed and park illegally and you'd avoid that. In nearly three years back neither I nor my wife have been stopped by a policeman or received a fine for anything. I was frequently stopped there usually for nothing at all or for something so minor a cop here wouldn't look at you twice about it. I had to pay extortion to corrupt police three times for no or some ridiculous reason.
So anyway, I did as you suggest and got out and am very happy with that decision.