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Bourgnew's Economic Bill of Rights
BACKGROUND: A. The Company is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Australia under the Corporations Act (the “Act”). B. The Shareholders have decided to enter into this agreement (the “Agreement”) to govern their respective interests, obligations, liabilities, ownership and rights in the Company.
It's Time For World Leaders to Give Damn About The Sahel
Most of the world outside of the multiple countries within the Sahel Region more than likely have no idea what the Sahel Region actually is or where it's located. The Sahel separates northern Africa from western area of Africa. There are several countries within the Sahel Region as well. There are Burkina Faso, Chad, Eritrea, The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, and Sudan within the Sahel.
6500 reasons to boycott the Qatar World Cup.
Since Qatar was awarded the right to host the World Cup by FIFA, ten years ago, more than 6,500 migrant workers from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka have perished building pharaonic stadiums in the desert. Some people say that history repeats itself, but I never imagined returning to the same work conditions from ancient Egypt to modern-day Qatar. Back then the workers were slaves, nowadays, they are called contract workers, but since no working conditions apply to them the term slaves, could easily apply to them.
Ghanians Ask President Akufo-Addo to Resign
Once again Ghanians hit the streets in protest, the Fix the country movement is at it again. On Saturday, 5 November 2022 the protestors went to the streets of Accra, Ghana. This time demanding the removal of the President from office. There have been several situations hitting Ghana hard over the last few years. One being the lack of freedom of the press, many have been forced to stop writing about situations facing the country. Some claim there has even been some bloggers murdered for their reporting.
Side Hustles That Are Not Working so Far
Have you ever dreamed of being financially free? I personally have done that. I imagined going to a cabin in the woods to work remotely. However, I also like stability in my job. It's nice knowing I can pay rent, gas for my car, and my credit card. Even though I have a pretty good life with everything I already have it’s a good idea to make a little extra money to afford more vacations and nicer things. I have been watching A LOT of TikTok to get some ideas flowing. I have been trying some of them out, so here’s a bit of a review of each:
Russian has been sanctioned in every way, so what else can they lose?
Putin reportedly sent President Xi of China a message of congratulations on his re-inauguration to a third term as president.
Musk, the richest man in the world Very individualistic and even a bit capricious, but ultimately ......
Musk, the world's richest man, has a lot of personalities and even a bit of willfulness, but in the end, he's a wimp again.
A Brief Primer On What "Wage Slavery" Means
The concept of work has been challenged since its inception. For Aristotle, the end goal for humans was supposed to be leisure. This is a sentiment that has continued to the modern day. Contemporary philosopher John Danaher wrote: "Work, suitably-defined, is a bad thing and we should try to create a society in which it is no longer necessary." A statement that somewhat controversially opposes the well-ingrained idea that work gives us meaning.
Trump is the ‘Hope For Peace’ in Ukraine , as Emphasized by a NATO Member
He claimed that Biden had gone “too far” in his criticism of Putin’s continued presidency in Russia. The right-wing populist leader, a close ally of the Former U.S. president, recently declared,
There But For Fortune
Introduction The words of the Phil Ochs song resonated with me because of what happened today. Today was an unusual day for me, I had to go into town and meet with work colleagues for an all-day conference. Although the weather was not good I decided to walk the three miles into town and took a route along the West Road in Newcastle.
"I am not a dictator, I just have a grumpy face"
The phrase from the title above is rightly attributed to the Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. During his reign, he implemented a brutal regime, which was advised on economical issues by the prominent school of Chicago, a known advocate of capitalism and creator of neo-liberal ideology. His regime was praised openly by politicians like Margaret Thatcher and economists like Milton Friedman. With many neo-liberal politicians still being nostalgic of the policies of his era. Milton Friedman explained in one of his interviews that even though he is not a fan of dictatorial regimes, he called the case of Pinochet's Chile as a success story of economic reforms. While he was also organizing meetings with general Pinochet and even teaching classes at that time in Chile. A military Junta which ended 150 years of democracy and overthrew the democratically elected leader at that time,Allende . A regime that imprisoned and tortured thousands of students, politicians and artists, was implementing radical policies of a capitalist economy. And if someone is sceptical about the level of authoritarianism in Chile at that moment, remember the appalling scene of the World Cup organized Chile, next to prisons, in which political dissidents were tortured with the most barbaric of methods. With their voices of despair covered by the cheers of the crowd. Pinochet, under the influence of the free-market-oriented "Chicago Boys", implemented a capitalist economic model, with the removal of taxes for big private corporations and the privatization of social security and hundreds of state enterprises, along with the privatization of the pension system and the independence of the national central bank. Apart from that, his regime was also known for its amount of corruption between the authoritarian leadership and the private sector(Pinochet's Economists the Chicago school of economics in Chile -The Pinochet's Case, 1998). Fortunately for the people of Chile, the capitalist regime came to an end. Pinochet’s dictatorship, will be a timeless example of how a brutal regime became the favourite guinea pig for radical capitalist policies.