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OTHER ITA SITES:
A Security Envied By Many
Third World Nations are plagued with one continuing dilemma, that this they continue to live in a society stricken with poverty and the undying desire to have at least a taste of a simple good life.
The irony is that researches, and scientific studies conducted show that these Third World Societies have all the resources necessary to compete with powerful nations considering their geographical location, their labor force, and their natural resources, yet notwithstanding the same, the question remains, why despite all the following poverty is still prevalent in these societies.
Well, the answer is quite obvious, these countries do not have the technical expertise, and structured system of governance to maximize their potentials, the worse part is that the system they have is even battered with bureaucracy and graft and corruption. This is the reason why their people continue to suffer, as if what they have for the present time is not yet considered as a slum situation.
Our current system of social security is considered as one feat that Third World Societies to this present time continue to follow, yet consistently fail to do so. It is a manifestation of our fore fathers dream of providing a good and at the least a convenient life for those who have less in life. A way of giving back to a society which has invested its life and people for the progress of its mother land.
The question now is, how is it possible for our federal system to efficiently adopt a welfare society, which has been since time immemorial tried by other states, and miserably failed to do so. The answer, again, s quite obvious, it is the structure of government, or more particularly the statesmen who govern the government as we know it. The eradication of bureaucracy, red tape, graft and corruption, and greed within the minds of these rulers have brought about the possibility of this system to work.
It is easier said than done. But it is possible, and Third World Societies have all the resources necessary to achieve this end, if only they try, in the proper manner that is.
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