A fairer political world the answer?
Much is made of the fact that in today's political climate one party is pretty much like the other. As such, voter apathy has reached an all-time high.
We have heavy-duty capitalism or staunch-dogmatic socialism on one hand, and on the other, that nauseating Labour, Conservative, Lib Dem brand of ideological nothingness. There has to be an alternative. The current system has failed; to that testimony even the top 3 % have to concur. But where do we go from here?
The current political literati made a vital error in believing there was no alternative. In selfishly shifting millions to themselves and their chums and thus streamlining the earning capacity of the majority has stunted that spending by the majority; and as such, businesses are failing. Talk about capitalism shooting itself in the foot.
Besides, some academics argue that as a nation we are one of the most backward in Western Europe.
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Anew environmental form of fair politics has to be the answer. Based on a template of independence and self-determination for our four home countries (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales), a fresh political map pinpointing where we want future generations to be in the world is now the key discussion.
In this new era, the free market has to be encouraged; however, legislation would ensure that a healthy percentage of any subsequent profits made by the multi-national will be ploughed back into communities from whence it came. In effect, if the top earners want to gamble their wealth, they will do so with their own lucre not the public purse.
On the other hand, small and medium sized businesses would be required to pay a much smaller tariff to the treasury so they can prosper not bankrupt.
This would be the first steps in the advent of a healthy, fairer and more dynamic society where public services work and care in the community is encouraged.
Why would anyone be opposed to that?