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rodrigo sabag
Posted 9 months ago
How you will define Corruption? Any strong strategy for elimination of Corruption?
Coming from a country where corruption is very common and open, I believe like you said, that we are all corrupt in a way. We always love to get things for free. We always brag about the perks we get from each other for being family, or friends or coworkers. We only call it corruption when a) the person gets caught. and b) one of the parties involved or even a separate party is hurt economically in the process. If these requirements are not met, it is not corruption, it could be labeled "looking the other way" if you will. But I would like to challenge anyone to explain how getting in for free in the movies or getting drinks for free at a bar is not corrupt. Corruption like all "negative" terms we use to describe what we perceive as injustice, is nothing but an ancient human practice where men and women are judged and labeled for acts in which we all participate in one way or another. The unlucky ones to get caught pay the price, many times it is intense greed what brings them down. Whatever the case, I would like to mention also that it's funny but whenever someone or some entity is found corrupt, the investigative and prosecution processes are delayed or unclear. I believe it is because many times someone is found corrupt, there are many more involved who do not want it to be uncovered. How do you get rid of the label "corrupt"? You get rid of the label "family" or "friends".
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rodrigo sabag
Posted 9 months ago
Why do we let rich people run the country?
I really like how you phrased the question: Why do we let... We as people, embrace the hierarchy that we impose with each other. Whoever has the fanciest car is better, whoever has more, newer, expensive stuff is the cool person, the alpha, the one to be. How did this happen? By being constantly bombarded with T.V. ads, media, propaganda, etc. But also, our parents and teachers, and friends and coworkers all treat each other according to class or education level, or even plainly, physical appearance. Class is natural also, many other living beings have hierarchy and is evident in all modern research on the subject. So why do we do this? Because it is the animal in us. Just like all the feelings and emotions we share, nature creates those feelings to impose its own law, its own science. It is one that humans, I believe, will never truly understand, because there doesn't have to be a purpose. We created purpose, nature had nothing to do with our perception, nature is, because it is. These innate feelings that we label "negative feelings" are there for a reason. The problem is that we don't know how to deal with them, they overwhelm us as they control our lives, and worst of all, they are the one thing no one wants to talk about. Unless it's on TED talks, and TED talks is only "worthwhile" stuff right? Hierarchy