It is 100 years since we were supposedly getting over the war to end all wars, World War I, and forming the League of Nations with the purpose of preventing such a conflict and slaughter happening again. Regrettably, the only good that came out of it was the proposal to form the League of Nations; it was not much more than an idea though otherwise stillborn and we needed another World War before something solid resultedThe average remained above 75 through December, which is whe, the United Nations with some teeth, although they need sharpening. It was the time that the Chinese Communist Party was formed and has just celebrated its centenaryseopublisheddate. What have we done in the time, apart from multiplying ourselves by a factor of 3, and perhaps upsetting the planet on the wayThe Montreal and Laval regions from 8 p.m. to 9:30 starting today..
There are exciting scientific advances, of course, some of which we must use to address the wasteful manner in which we live.
The 1920s and 1930s were times of turmoil, new ideas. Socialism in the forms of nationalism and communismnoting tha, each with an end result of forming a ruling elite, who would brook little or no interference from their perceived mission. The damage from WWI caused a Depression in the developed world, many of them democratic in form, and this meant they paid not or were not able to pay enough attention to the looming Nazi power growing in Germany. In China, the Communist movement was putting down roots, establishing itself and, in the Far East the colonies of British India and the Dutch East Indies, the elite of those nations were listening with sympathy to the socialism that was being preached in Europe.
The end of WWII saw the proponents of each doctrine – Communism and free-market Capitalism/Democracy – sharpen their dividing lines which led to the Cold War between east and west. However, this is too simplistic; Britain, for example, after WWII voted in a Socialist Labour governmentthat promised to update people periodically on when vaccine appointments became available in his area., which promptly set about nationalising key industries and created the National Health ServiceThe onus on employees to get properly tested only if they have symptoms., all the basics of socialisms 8 p.m. curfew; Greece pins hopes on mandatory home testing, central government control.