Reservation is not necessary for removing poverty. This is the answer. To get down to the bottom of this issue is that human beings first must be taught and revealed within themselves that every single human being is love peace free to the core of their being. When this have been accomplished in the majority of human beings, then wisdom will guide us to removing poverty and living on the earth as Jesus Christ shown and used wisdom to the people who were not being love being peace being free in their daily life on the earth. Thank you.
not at all, what is necessary is free education and social awareness programs for poor people.
I don't understand the question.
Are we talking about reserves for Native Americans? If so, they are a two edged sword. They tend to ghettoize the inhabitants and make them welfare dependent. But Native land rights are important.
Reservation does help to remove poverty of some segments of the oppressed class of people. But not to all. The consequent evil is that merit suffers. The predominant reaction of the upper class to the reservation policy is to look for greener pastures outside the country.
Consequently, truly brilliant and capable people, people of comparatively better developed morality and ethics are not widely seen in civil services, Government offices etc.
reservation is necessary to keep the electors divided and ruled over
by Jane Taxpayer 2 years ago
Why does poverty even exist in 'advanced' nations, such as Canada, U.S., and Great Britain?To get a better answer to some other questions I've posted, I need to know why such 'wealthy' nations even have a poverty problem in the first place.
by Jefsaid 7 years ago
I am all for World peace and everyone living harmoniously with the World around us. However, since the beginning of history there has always been conflict in one way or another which makes me feel that disharmony is a necessary evil. Is this the case or is conflict caused by humans?
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