The “Four Freedoms” was the main reason why the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was developed. “The Declaration was drafted over two years by the Commission on Human Rights, chaired by former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.” (“The Four Freedoms” 1). It was adopted on December 10, 1948 and is known to be “one of the most widely translated documents in the world” (“The Four Freedoms” 1). This declaration insists that all rights be upheld by governments and people to secure basic human rights (“The Four Freedoms”
Fascism and The Political Spectrum In todays political world, most politicians and ideologues want to be as far removed from Fascism as is possible. Additionally, these same politicians often attempt to brand their opponents as fascists. This has resulted in fascism being used as more of a insult than an ideological identifier. This is not surprising given the unpopular nature of Fascism in modern society.
There are many different ideologies in politics. From a social-scientific viewpoint, an ideology is more or less coherent set of ideas that provides a basis for organized political action, whether this is intended to preserve, modify or overthrow the existing system of power relationship. Some of those ideologies are liberalism, conservatism socialism. Italy focus is on Fascism. Fascism is a political ideology in which the state possesses all the power over the country. Actually, fascism is not suitable for the public compared to the modern and fairer ideologies like socialism and democracy. Fascism requires all citizens to work solely for the government .It is a totalitarian nationalist ideology. Also Fascism is structurally rigid and authoritarian.
Systemic Racism The United Nations on December 10, 1948, created the International Declaration of Human Rights. These rights are synonymous to that of the rights listed in the United States Bill of Rights. The human rights concept is a broad spectrum in which we all take a part of and enjoy, but the more obscure issue is the systemic racism implanted in our fellow citizens.
Have you ever heard the saying that Fascism and Communism are two sides of the same coin? These ideologies flourished during the first half of the 20th century and influenced several European states which followed the two ideologies. Fascism was imposed in order to promote powerful and permanent nationalism within a totalitarian state led by a dictator which is ready to engage in conflict internally and with its neighbors. The doctrine of Fascism was drafted in 1919 by Giovanni Gentile and adopted by Mussolini (Mussolini is considered the founder of fascism). Gentile stated, “Everything for the state; nothing against the state” (Heywood, Politics 48). Meanwhile, the theory of Communism was theoretically developed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848, with the writing of “The Communist Manifesto” (Heywood, Politics 41). Communism is a system in which all economics and politics are synthesized into one classless state which is most commonly associated with common ownership and people 's leadership by a political party. Although both ideologies coincide in a few aspects when in practice, Communism and Fascism feature different approaches to property and society.
Although the modern foundation of ‘human rights ' arose from magna Carter in 1215, the document did not give rights, but guaranteed certain ‘liberties '. The first concept of the term ‘human rights ' is attributed to John Locke (1632-1704) in his work entitled: ‘ An Essay Concerning Human Understanding '. Although Locke did not use the term ‘human rights’, his efforts laid the foundation that people should be allowed to advance their potentials in the society in so far such acts do not harm other individuals. Human right wore an international mantle after mantle the 2nd World War and has now been documented in international mantle after the Second World War and has now been documented in international, regional and national
During the time of Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms” speech the world
The fascist party suggested a few basic promises/ solutions that they would promise to the people in order for them to know that the fascist party was reliable, their solutions/ promises included, “I. Fascists will not seek revolution; II. Fascists will work within the system but maintain violence against socialists; III. Promise to work
In 1919, Benito Mussolini described fascism as “A movement that would strike against the backwardness of the right and the destructiveness of the left.” That “Fascism sitting on the right, could also have sat on the mountain of the center… These words in any case do not have a fixed and unchanged: they do have a variable subject to location, time and spirit. We don’t give a damn about these empty terminologies and we despise those who are terrorized by these words.”
Fascism and communism are both types of totalitarian style governments that had a great influence on the 20th century. Communism involved the emphasis on the common good by seizing private property and distributing it among the masses in order to create state-owned property, whereas fascism involved the complete rule of a dictator by forcibly suppressing the opposition with an emphasis on nationalism and sometimes racism. The most popular example of communism was the Soviet Union, but many smaller countries possessed the Soviet Union’s communist influence. The two most popular examples of fascist style governments include Hitler’s Nazism in Germany, which had an emphasis on racism, and Mussolini’s fascist state in Italy. Although many countries pursued communist style governments, fascism had a greater impact and
Germany, in turn, was looking for revenge and started WW2. However a permanent peace were the blame is shared, no blame is placed or placed with consent or negotiations as well as negotiated terms with oppressed can lead to a longer peace and smaller wars. The Paris Peace Treaty, the treaty that ended WW2, is a great example of this as another world war has not taken place. Nonetheless, human nature today is charged with conflict, which is