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British Labour raise Pakistani Flag in England – Rochdale – and it makes “Labour” happy
Reporter: Amy Westlake
Councillor Colin Lambert, Councillor Ashley Dearnley, Mayor Peter Rush, Simon Danczuk MP and Ghulam Rasul Shahzad OBE ready to raise the flag of Pakistan
The flag of Pakistan was raised at the Town Hall this morning (Friday 21 March) to commemorate Pakistan Day.
The flag was raised by Mayor of Rochdale Councillor Peter Rush. The ceremony was attended by local dignitaries including Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, Leader of the Council, Councillor Colin Lambert and local councillors.
Ghulam Rasul Shahzad OBE, who arranges the flag raising every year, said: “It is about our heritage and providing information to the local community. It is also about our youngsters as well because they are the future.”
Flag of Pakistan being raised
Mr Shahzad was also thankful to Rochdale Council and local councillors for supporting the flag raising every year. He added: “I have to thank the Mayor for coming along and raising the flag and the council for their support every year. People come to this event and it really brings everyone together.”
MP for Rochdale, Simon Danczuk said: “It is great that we have so many people of Pakistani origin in Rochdale, not only in the community but in the business community as well. It is a pleasure to be here today.”
Students from Rochdale Girls School at the flag raising
Councillor Colin Lambert added: “This is about the cultural heritage that is brought to our borough.”
Councillor Ashley Dearnely said: “It is my pleasure to be here every year. It is great to see our town united and I think we have been lucky in that we haven’t had any issues within our town, like the riots in Oldham. People really are at the heart of our community.”
Pakistan Day celebrates the commemoration of the Lahore Resolution. The Lahore Resolution called for independent states for Muslims in north western and eastern British India. It was then decided that a separate and single state would be created. This was called Pakistan.
Friday, 21 March 2014
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
Appeasement has never worked
by Brett Stevens.
by Brett Stevens.
History’s most famous instance of appeasement involved Neville Chamberlain making peace with Hitler in order to buy himself some time, but appeasement is an everyday event. Any time you hear, “Oh, just give them what they want and they’ll go away,” you’re hearing appeasement.
Most people do not realize this, but a democracy is inherently for sale. The greatest number of votes wins, so it is in the interest of all parties to find a way to motivate others to vote for them. This results in parties offering what are essentially bribes to voters in exchange for the vote.
Most people do not also realize this simple truth of reality: all things act in their own self-interest. Animals are not bashful about this since to them self-interest is an extension of individuality. Humans are more cryptic and create the social fiction that people act outside self-interest, e.g. altruism. In reality, altruism is the oldest form of vote-buying.
In the modern West, our countries are literally carved up by the corrupt practice of democracy and its inevitable vote market. Whatever group gets the dollars, then gets the publicity (whether a printing press, a TV or an internet site), then gets to make its promise, and then gets the votes. At some point, society would hit the bottom when it ran out of Other People’s Money (OPM) but now it knows how to borrow.
Thus nothing obstructs the process of special interest groups parasitizing society at large. The vast majority of people in our civilization are just trying to have normal lives, with careers and families. They are too busy to oversee the vast complexity of government, and in most cases, lack the knowledge and aptitude to parse their way past the complex network of jargon and procedure of a modern government. When problems crop up, like a corruption scandal or a race riot, the tendency by the voters is to become passive and cut their losses and appease the dissident party.
The problem with that approach is that when appeasement becomes the norm, it becomes anticipated. Thus groups act out in order to demand more from the rest, and then invent mythologies of victimhood so that they feel justified in extorting more.
A simple fix to this is to stop the appeasement. If special interest groups have enough money to buy votes, they have enough money to fix their problems. If we combined the intake of the SPLC, NAACP, Rainbow Coalition and related groups, there would be the basis for a generous scholarship organization for African-American students. If we combined the intake of all the climate change groups, we could probably purchase most of the open land in America and plant it with trees. If the construction and agriculture industries invested all their money into a stock fund instead of lobbying, they could probably subsidize themselves.
This is why the modern state is a parasite: it takes from the capable and gives to the incapable based on the weak will of public opinion. It is essentially a wealth transfer mechanism. The result is that good people work harder, while special interest groups increasingly get a free ride. To enforce it, a Soviet-style ideological system is created, and people follow it irrationally because they believe they must in order to get ahead. At some point, it all falls apart, and then no one has any options.
We are our own worst enemy, humans.
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Living in a Prison Planet
Living in a Prison Planet New Databases Threaten Our Liberty By Jimmy Mengel 2014-03-03
And set a watcher upon her, great and strong Argos, who with four eyes looks every way. And the goddess stirred in him unwearying strength: sleep never fell upon his eyes; but he kept sure watch always. —Hesiod, The Aegimius The Greeks were the first to document the frightening idea of "mass surveillance" that plagues us today. For the Greeks, "the watcher" was represented by Argus Panoptes — a giant monster with one hundred eyes. His name meant "all-seeing," and he was employed by Zeus' wife Hera with the task of guarding Io — one of Zeus' many lovers. Read More
Living In a prison Planet