Login to our social questions & Answers Engine to ask questions answer people’s questions & connect with other people.
Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link and will create a new password via email.
Sorry, you do not have a permission to add a question, You must login to ask question.
Sorry, you do not have a permission to add a post.
@Nahashon although I love that quote but it’s not enough. If you wanna change the world change your mindset!!!
@Daisy Interesting so to you do you is it true or false? N we definitely are not in position to judge a single soul I agree!
If you want to change the world, go home and love your family. - St. Teresa of Calcutta.
Activism imekuwa biashara...
Foreign aid is never truly aid. What happens is that we receive a loan from a foreign government. We repay that loan with interest over time. Then we have to purchase goods or services services from that country that gave us aid. These goods are for the project in question. So companies over there wRead more
I often find it ironic that activists would fight against oppression & then fight for socialism which leads to oppression. Another ironic thing I find with activist is how they claim to fight the poor and then ridicule poor people who disagree with them for being poor. Another irony with activisRead more
True. I'm beginning to sound like a broken record but it comes back to leadership. These deals are made at a national political level and fostered by leaders i.e. President, cabinet, ambassadors, motions via parliament, etc. To refine the nature of these 'deals' (e.g. in a way they tip the scale inRead more
I completely agree with you - that's what needs to be done. But, again, this hinges on research at a policy level, which then hinges on national politics. In short, we still need someone/some people with knowledge (and in positions of effecting the same knowledge to action) to take initiative.
I did not say the middle-class are solely to blame nor did I say countries don't need one. I also did not say my assessment applies to all the middle-class but rather a disproportionate portion critical for development. I simply analysed the middle-class as a critical section in effecting change, orRead more