posted on Feb, 27 2011 @ 11:15 AM
reply to post by dario86
Thank you for clearing that up for us!
One must identify the "cause and effect" though; what happens when there is too much people unemployed, when the state is out of cash and
information about the situation is poor? What happens when a "strong man" steps forward to "set things straight again"?
I mean, unemployment and poverty is one problem in itself, of course.
The social and political consequences of unemployment and poverty can be very grave and lead to yet bigger problems that are much harder to restore.
People with no money and nothing to do all day becomes very despertate and are often very quick to point fingers and blame.
Maybe the EU is the only possible way to regain stability? Closing the country now would be like putting the lid on a saucepan with boiling water,
imo. Of course, the union is not perfect in all aspects, especially not now, but nationalism is never
a proper long-term solution. Nationalism
in this area has proven very wrong
But as you said, dario, we should neither point and blame at the demonstrators. The situation is critical due to poor leadership. Those in power must
need know that their dancing days are over; there is actually a people out there who rely on them to do the best for everyone! This is why there was
democracy in the first place.
Corruption is an evil poision but it can be fought!
Just stay away from the extreme flanks, left or right, they both give empty promisies of liberty!