Just like having a roommate requires certain rules of conduct about sharing a bathroom, kitchen, food etc., the cabinet that holds the office supplies also has its own set of rules. But the Obama Administration departs radically from the American tradition. But is it? Socialism has some big drawbacks that are not always visible on the surface and that could, over the long haul, hamper the overall progess of your country. Socialism is like smoking pot, your problems do not go away, but you care about them less. To clarify, Socialism makes the ‘status quo’ ok and encourages us, as a people , to not advance ourselves or to not better ourselves. Consider, if you were poor in America and had to pay the rent you would be motivated to improve your circumstances, and in so doing improve yourself. You would look for a better job, or seek out some form of higher education or skill training in order to correct the issue of being poor. In a socialist country, if you are poor then no worries the government will pay for things for you such as rent, food whatever. In the end, this makes it OK to be poor and removes the motivation to improve ourselves. This can be detrimental to a nationstate’s future social development. The socialist system only works well when a massive majority of the people are working and paying into that system. In a socialist state, when things like unemployment start to go up more people are on the rolls and this reduces the amount of actual taxpayers paying into the system. The motivation to improve yourself and get a new job or to be enterprising are greatly reduced as the hardships experienced through a loss of employment are greatly reduced. The Deputies to the National Assembly may question the President of the Republic, the President of the National Assembly, the Prime Minister, Ministers and other members of the Government, the President of the Supreme People’s Court and the Procurator General. The person who is questioned must answer in person to the National Assembly at its session. In case investigation is required, the National Assembly may decide to convey the question either to Standing Committee or to the next session, or by written response. The deputies to the National Assembly may also require the state agencies, social organizations, economic organizations, and the armed force units to answer any questions put to them. The Head of such agencies, organizations and units are obliged to answer within the period of time as provided by the law. The fundamentals of Marxism are about full and complete human liberationâ€”not so different from anarchist aspirations. As Marx once wrote, All socialists see anarchy as the following program: Once the aim of the proletarian movement â€” i.e., abolition of classes â€” is attained, the power of the state, which serves to keep the great majority of producers in bondage to a very small exploiter minority, disappears, and the functions of government become simple administrative functions.â€46Â The differences are over the road to liberation.
You’ve come to the right place. Whether you were arrested for a crime against a person (like assault and battery or murder), a crime against property (like shoplifting, burglary, or arson), or any other criminal offense, a criminal defense attorney can help. An exciting innovation was theÂ Critical Citizenship, Activism and Art Series 2014-15,Â whereby The Politicized Practice Research Group and theÂ Anarchism Research GroupÂ joined forces with a broader range of Loughborough researchers to convene a series of events on Critical Citizenship, Activism and Art The events, under the banner of the Communication, Culture and Citizenship Research Challenge, exhibited and reflected on the use of diverse forms of art to question prevailing political, economic and cultural orthodoxies. In our shrinking world, where communication media remain dominated by entrenched interests and surveillance, critical citizens are developing creative tactics and performances to provoke debate in the public sphere. This series is a space to showcase and critically discuss art activists’ efforts to give a voice to the excluded, promote inclusive alternatives, and enrich global culture and citizenship. This series builds on local multidisciplinary strengths and specialisms, and contributes to the University’s strategic ambitions to enhance the global community’s social, cultural and economic wellbeing, to put forward solutions to contemporary global challenges, and to impact national and international citizenship practices. As to the first part of what you say, what if those people motivated by the capitalist system, who let’s say live in a town of 10,000 souls, invent something great, like a new communications system that saves every single person in the whole world many hours of their lives? Now they have already benefitted everybody, even outside their own community. Now, what if the riches they obtainâ€”without which they probably would never have had the motivation to do what they did in the first placeâ€”are then used to build a new library, civic center, school, and a beautiful park for the 10,000 people in the town they are from? Is this not good? Because this is the reality of the end product of capitalism if you understand how to trace it from its beginnings among the Dutch and English and then the Americans. The European imperial age declined with World War I, a battle of empires and economies. This led to the collapse of many European empires as well as the Ottoman and Russian empires, with the emergence of the Soviet Union as well as nation-states in the Middle East. The emergence of fascism took root in the 1920s and 30s, and grew to coalesce in World War II, which led to the ultimate decline of the British and French empires, and the emergence of the American empire.
Stakingen in Nederland Strikes in the Netherlands: online database containing data on more than 16,000 strikes and lockouts in the Netherlands (1830-2000) compiled by Sjaak van der Velden, at the International Institute of Social History (Dutch text). Party: A person or legal entity that is named as a plaintiff or defendant on legal papers. This agreement effectively ended the Holy Roman Empire, and marked the emergence of the idea of the modern nation-state. University studies in International Relations begin with the Peace of Westphalia, as it is viewed as the beginning of the international system we know today. In the late 1930’s, during the Spanish Civil War, certain persons saw an opportunity to showcase the ideas at play between the fascists forces of Gen. Franco and the various groups that opposed him; these same persons convinced Rocker that he was the man to transcribe the beliefs of the anarchists, and ANARCHO-SYNDICALISM (and its now discarded subtitle: Theory and Practice) was published in 1938. In its six chapters, Rocker breaks down the movement’s aims and purposes, traces the history of organized labor and the forerunners of syndicalism, and then successively outlines the objective, method, and evolution of anarcho-syndicalism. But a lot of Republican governors are putting politics aside and doing the right thing. (Applause.) And they deserve congratulations for that. It wasn’t easy for them. But you’ve got conservative governors in Ohio, in Michigan, in Pennsylvania and Arizona – about eight Republican governors in all, they’ve decided to expand Medicaid through the Affordable Care Act to cover more people in their states. And millions of Americans without insurance will get coverage through these programs. Whatever the future holds for it, it has a nine-decade foundation upon which to base it, as acknowledged by the plaque hung in the passenger terminal by the Long Island-Republic Airport Historical Society, “honor(ing) the tens of thousands of men and women who labored here in East Farmingdale, contributing significantly to aviation technology and aircraft production.” Those men and woman turned the wheels of the 11 aviation companies based there. I think socialism itself is built on the premise of dictatorship, basically men are free thinking individuals, they think differently, mold differently by the kinds of economy, family, education etc that they have, in short the ideas and idealism of socialism is breaking the basic premises that we are equal, we can never be equal because some people are just born different, and we are mold by the society in which we live in – and equal sharing is a myth, To each according to his abilty- but be compassionate.
There were additional features of the Yugoslav economy that strongly resembled those in other socialist countries. During its post-Second World War Two economic development, Yugoslavia also pursued rapid industrialisation, where priority was given to heavy over light industry (at least until the late 1950s) and to very high investment rates, in order to achieve rapid economic growth. The system of remuneration was to respect, as much as possible, the principle of egalitarianism, that would not lead to major inequalities in workers’ earnings, but would provide each worker a personal income according to his own contribution. This was to be accomplished through the introduction of wage scales, whichÂ were to assure that workers of similar qualifications were paid similar personal incomes (though the system was not effective, particularly after 1965 when there was substantial income dispersion; see Estrin, 1983). It was the beginning of the Southern Strategy in 1965 with the passage of the Voting Rights Act that LBJ acknowledged would tie black voters to the Democratic Party, indefinitely. Nixon and George Wallace used it to gin up racism and racial resentment toward Civil Rights Legislation and gain Southern support they otherwise would not receive. A radical change in the government’s orientation took place after the political changes in October 2000, with the intention of definitely breaking away from the previous system. Many economic reforms applied after 2001, also influenced by the strong conditionality of the international financial institutions, have had features of the typical hyper-liberal model, including fast foreign trade reforms, privatisation based on sales, selling off the banking sector to foreign-owned banks and rapid financial liberalisation (see UvaliÄ‡, 2010). Parallel with these changes, the government has failed to implement important complementary reforms that would have ensured the enforcement of laws, the efficient collection of taxes, proper supervision of the financial sector, a more efficient judiciary and fight against corruption. In civil law countries, judges are often described as investigators.â€ They generally take the lead in the proceedings by bringing charges, establishing facts through witness examination and applying remedies found in legal codes. The Supreme Court, as a court of last resort, should only hear cases of public significance or cases where an important aspect of the law or the Constitution is in issue. You see, vigilance has always been the rule in our republic. It is up to the people to secure our rights; and when one form of government becomes destructive to us, we must abolish it, and institute new government. Maybe it’s time for that. How about if we reinstate our beloved republic where it belongs.