In the beginning, I say that the third world should not be seen as the drain of the surplus production of the rich world produced for the purpose of waste and arms, but rather the industries of the Western world should be transformed and our way of life changed; to meet the basic needs of the third world.
Hiroshima!! Do we have the right to liken the third world to it?! Of course, just as Hiroshima suffered from the west's indifference, and it was a field of its experiments, the third world today pays the price for the growth and development of this West.
Roger Jaroudi In his book says “A New Call to the Living”: Five centuries of colonialism have plundered the wealth of three continents, destroyed their economy, unequal exchanges and debts.
In this era, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank for Reconstruction and Development(IBRD) and other organizations have called for this colonization, and these institutions and organizations have continued to impose western market laws on the third world, This is an imbalance based on terror, defiance and oppression.
As a result, the ship of the earth we all ride, after more than five centuries of Western sovereignty, is now threatened with sinking, if this remains the case, and the trend continues to the West.
Malro once wrote: Our civilization is the only civilization in history that answers the question: What is the meaning of our lives?! I don't know.
Jaroudi says in his previous book “At the end of this century, millions of men and women are deeply concerned, and this anxiety is nothing but the result of unemployment and misery, insecurity and violence, reinforced by our sense that the lives of each of us Our shared history has lost their meaning, so young people write on their shirts not from the future!!
Then, isn't the world threatened by the time of decadence, because of the supremacy of globalization and the unification of the market?!
Decadence at the individual level is the self-contained introspection of the individual, the rejection of his responsibility to others, the desire for control at the community level, the worship of the market, and the absolute ownership of money lead to our societies. To decadence, death.
The media has become a huge market wider than the industry and money market in what is now called a middle-capitalised economy, and the allocation of the group of radio or television stations has allowed the event to be made a commodity, Adapted to the customer's taste, the media has become a supporter of advertising that controls software funding and the selection of presenters.
Television overcomes school, because it relieves individuals of learning effort, and the pleasure of passing images paves the way from televised childhood to tourist aging, as Mark Fumaroli wrote, tv fixed tourism, tourism is a mobile television, and unfortunately television not only eliminated the school, but also politics, on the one hand demand is nothing easier than the rule of a mother's people, and on the supply side is not a job in power; Works or the arts without the tinge of television, it is the society governed by the market, the appearance of the candidate is more important than his projects or statements.
Thus, it can be said that European cultures tend to be American in all fields, and for reasons of economic sovereignty; The most obvious example is television, which calls celebrities and lawmakers an American industry.
Our fundamental problems: poverty, famine, environmental pollution, unemployment, migration and violence, drugs, delinquency and war are the result of a major problem: the fragmentation of the post-colonial world, the key to a remedy. Our economic problems in radically changing the relationship of the rich world with the third world, and by radically changing the Western growth model, and thus the third world countries have the potential to create patterns of development Internally, they are not subject to lost expenses from IMF-imposed models that cause debt, dependency and misery.
Gravediggers! They also control the world undeterred, bringing us back to colonial times, controlling the poor and regressing States. The world order left by colonialism, which is governed by one fifth of the earth's population with four fifths of its resources, leads every year to 60 million human beings from starvation or malnutrition. Unfortunately, this world order costs the South, nations and peoples, like the tragedy of Hiroshima every day.
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