The history of all previous societies has been the history of class struggles.
Socialism has three meanings:
1. Socialism understood as an economic system opposed to capitalism based on collective property. It’s often used in negative political discourse.
2. Socialism understood as a political instrument in the hands of the working class. … View full article
The work to end extreme poverty is far from over, and a number of challenges remain.
Access to good schools, healthcare, electricity, safe water, and other critical needs remains intangible for many people.
According to the World Bank, 1 in 10 people in the world live under $1.90 a day. In third world countries, between one quarter and one-third of children die before reaching five years – in the poorest countries, this number is closer to half. … View full article
On December 9, 1842, Prince Piotr Kropotkin was born in Moscow. Soon, Piotr and his brother, Alexei, were left without their mother. He attends school in St. Petersburg while conducting a series of research on peasants after which concludes that they are forced to obey authority but in no way respects that. … View full article
I was going to write a completely different post but then this news just popped up in front of my eyes. Apparently, the Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates could possibly become the first trillionaire in the world and in that moment the entire world stood still for me.
I can’t imagine the sane reasons why anybody would gather so much money. … View full article
President-elect Donald Trump promises to deport over 3 million illegal immigrants
Two months until Donald Trump will officially become the president of the United States and according to his own declaration he’s not intimidated by this fact. More he is willing and eager to work together with the Congress on those exact key points that made people vote for him: ObamaCare, taxes cut and one of the most sensitive problems that fabricate a lot of fear right now, illegal immigrants deportation. … View full article