the first thing one knows about society is that it consists of a plurality of persons. It is therefore fundamental to first discuss man since a “good” society would differ depending on what is good for the individual men that make it up.
one needs only to think of the ever-increasing crime rate, percent broken homes, income inequality, government corruption, lack of national autonomy, racism between political parties, gang and police violence, and the media’s promotion of the poisonous LGBT ideology.
“Homosexuality may be satisfying, both physically and emotionally, however, this does not mean it is good or that it should be legally protected by our government.”
“Despite the horrendous history of Columbus, his statue represents a tangible historical link to Europe, Africa, and Asia since 1498.”
In T&T today a minority is in control of the majority of the nation’s productive wealth and property. The average Trinidadian finds himself a wage slave who is being paid just enough to need the job he has and yet not enough to be able to develop and thus abandon it.
For example, when the minister of transport makes a pronouncement on the subject of his ministry, he is making a pronouncement on something which although he has control over, really is more belonging to the ordinary man than it is to him. After all, I have never seen the minister of transport in a maxi.
China gets sick, we all get sick. Granted this continues, we must expect worse than this virus even things that may be purposely done….
The virus is here, the number of confirmed cases continues to increase, and despite the high unlikeliness of death, many now fear it.
Despite having all the information (about the woman who lost her child in the SFGH) Guardian Media left the story and only decided to “take it on” after 868 Media had already taken it viral, here is how it played out.
Outside Parliament on June 14 the protesters after saying they were not a part of the UNC greeted the UNC’s leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar as though she was, in fact, their leader. Many protesters openly called her their Prime Minister.