Is it more important to focus our attention to social more than economic problem

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  1. prettydarkhorse profile image63
    prettydarkhorseposted 6 years ago

    Is it more important to focus our attention to social more than economic problems?

    There are many problems besetting the present world today. We are faced with problems like economic plus cultural and social implications of development.

    In your country, what do you think is the more important problem we should focus our attention, social or economic?

    If we solve economic problems first, will it bring a solution to social problems or vice versa?

  2. SherrieNoble profile image58
    SherrieNobleposted 6 years ago

    both are too intertwined to separate.  The memory book Moonwalking with Einstein shows how our minds work, store old memories, etc and that our thoughts are all connected but some in one way some in another so change is going to require a layers not prioritized

  3. Cristale profile image83
    Cristaleposted 6 years ago

    To solve one would equally solve the other. There are problems because of both issues. It's almost as if asking which came first, the chicken or the egg. The world is too corrupt from the way we should be living.

  4. lone77star profile image85
    lone77starposted 6 years ago

    The solution has to be taken on multiple fronts. The war against our liberty is on multiple fronts: economic, cultural, social, media, military, health, and more.

    I've lived in the Philippines for 5 years and only recently started to come out of the poisoned sleep from the American Corporate Party media kool-aid. What lies! It breaks my heart to see America being strangled from within by domestic enemies.

    Look for and watch the Academy Award-winning documentary, "Inside Job," on the one aspect of the economic fraud being perpetrated on the American public.

    Look on YouTube for a number of videos on other topics.

    WXIX Fox19, "Reality Check" on the state of the political and media fields and the fraud being done in the name of "Democracy" and the Republic.

    Check out the video on the Federal Reserve and Wizard of Oz, how the children's story was really a warning about the coming economic tyranny in 1913.

    Look for the video from the architects and engineers scientifically analyzing the fraud behind 9/11.

    Look at Michael Moore's Farenheit 911 and its scathing indictment of George Bush and family for their ruining of America.

    The bankers have been well-practiced at deception. They've been doing it for over 200 years. Their Endgame (the name of another must-see video) is nothing less than the New World Order George Bush Sr. talked about on September 11, 1991, ten years before 9/11.

  5. yoginijoy profile image69
    yoginijoyposted 6 years ago

    Actually, from my perspective the social, economic and political are all intertwined. I do think that we should begin with the social and the other two will follow. For example, in the USA people are concerned about immigration. However, if we looked at the reasons why people emigrate to the States and addressed those issues we would solve a lot more issues and create a more socially just planet.

  6. prettydarkhorse profile image63
    prettydarkhorseposted 6 years ago

    The next question will be which affects which - economic situation affecting behavior of people in a society or the other way around!

    Is it the consciousness which determines the being or is it the being which affects consciousness?

  7. Eugene Hardy profile image60
    Eugene Hardyposted 6 years ago

    Economic and social problems must be treated as one coin with two different sides.

    If you can empower people economically you will eliminate most of the social problems like poverty and illiteracy.

    It would at least be a start.


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