Introduction Currently Europe is suffering from a big problem, the influx of refugees. Hundreds of thousands of people from the Middle Eastern countries have fled to Europe (BBC, 2015). These refugees flee from their countries in hope of creating a safe life, for themselves and their families. Democratic EU Nations are the ones doing a fair share, they provide food, first aid and shelters for them in an asylum center (BBC, 2015). This essay will be discussing the following statement “Only democratic states can solve global problems”.
Moreover, according to the a poll made in Czech 94 per cent population are convinced that the European Union should be deporting all refugees and close the borders so that they can’t come in. I consider this result really cruel, but I do understand the fact that it’s a great effort to asylum so many people and even more now that we are in an economic crisis, but if they have get to the point of having to leave their homes is because we didn’t make anything to solve the real
Some people, back in those times, were only paid five hundred dollars a year. How could the government then expect them to just pay 60% of what they make in a whole year. The black slaves were exempt from being drafted into the war. The white men began to think that they had less value because whites only had to pay $300 for their “worth” but people pay
To better convince the generation of today that many perceive to be arrogant, pompous, and perhaps ignorant, that their beloved country may not be as great as what it once was is a difficult task. Recognizing that a large amount of emotional appeal would do nothing to enhance their purpose, the authors included a plethora of statistics with limited room for interpretation to leave their audience with little to deny. The utilization of numbers is found in every major section of the piece. One may not believe that the US is faltering in education unless appropriate facts are presented in a strategic manner. Following is an excerpt: “The Program for International Assessment (PISA) exam is given to almost half a million 15- year old students in 64 countries and economies every three years.
The Allied powers had warned the Ottoman Empire about the consequences of genocide and how each country would intervene, it was mostly a bluff. No country took action until Henry Morgenthau?s constant efforts finally brought attention to the events. He put a committee into place to send aid and soldiers to help. This committee was called Near East River Relief and saved tens of thousands of lives in the process. [footnoteRef:27] The committee opened many refugee camps and shelters.
They’re afraid their own parents will disapprove and be upset. Some of the pupils, even use their loan money to pay for their monthly student housing bill. (“Helping Homeless College Students.”) Many individuals in poverty also develop signs of depression. Like feeling lonely and treated like trash. Poverty is inquiring for help daily.
After the widespread suffering caused by the Great Depression from 1929 to 1939, proposals for a national old-age insurance system were at a rise. President Franklin. D Roosevelt asked Congress about “social security” legislation. Before Social Security Act became a law there was a debate about whether it should be an entitlement or insurance raged within President Roosevelt cabinet. The dispute was between Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins and Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau but in the end, President Roosevelt decided for the insurance program.
Most Immigrants are just dead weight when it comes to them contributing to society. Alan Gomez is a writer who works for USA today and he states in his article “More than half of immigrants on welfare” “About 51% of immigrant-led households receive at least one kind of welfare benefit, including Medicaid, food stamps, school lunches and housing assistance, compared with 30% for native-led households, according to the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that advocates for lower levels of immigration” (Gomez). What 's the point of bringing people over here that are just going to suck off the Government, It helps the economy in no way shape or form. Gomez goes on to say “Those numbers increase for households with children: 76% of immigrant-led households receive welfare, compared with 52% for the native-born.” Once again even with kids that are very costly immigrants have things like welfare way more than a native born citizen which is more taxpayers money which could be going to native born children. Most immigrants are not highly educated so they just take jobs that don 't require education which Americans can have.
How to prevent immigration from your home country to another? Introduction Throughout German history emigration has been a big issue and its contributing factors have been many and varied. For example, between 1839 and 1945 there were four main reasons for Germans to immigrate into another country. One of the most significant of these was religion as many Germans felt that the government attempted to prevent them from practicing their religion, thus prompting them to emigrate to England, Russia and the USA where religious oppression was less severe. The economic situation also had a big impact on the emigration from Germany, especially in the aftermath of major wars which negatively affected the German economy.
If legitimacy is lost, it could lead to chaotic conditions because when people start to doubt the government, uprising and rebellion could be the very results to this. If certain groups vote in greater numbers than other groups, there could be a gap as to the privileged-citizens and the unrepresented most especially in influencing law makers making governmental policies. He also mentions that the biggest advantage of compulsory voting is that if there’s an enhancement in the voter turnout, bias against the less-privileged citizens is removed and that participation is equalized. Much more, vote buying is alleviated if there’s compulsory voting because the electorates are left with no choice but to