(1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural
life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific
advancement and its benefits.
Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and
material interests resulting from any scientific, literary
or artistic production of which he is the author.
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Political Ideologies and the Wars and problems they cause......!
don't need a totalitarian dictatorship like
Hitler's to get by with murder ... you can
do it in a democracy as long as the Congress
and the people Congress is supposed to represent
don't give a damn?"
William Shirer, author, 1973
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is often lumped in with communism, but it is different. For
more details on Socialism
believe that any form of state control is wrong and that the
state should be replaced by freely-associating communities.
Anarchist's are portrayed as ignorant or dangerous.
For more details visit the
Anarchist FAQ HERE
is based on the theories of
Karl Marx and Frederich Engels.
The basis of Communism is the 'taking
back of the means of production from the bourguisie and placing
it into the hands of workers' Lenin was the leader of the October
revolution in Russia and his theories have been embraced by
Communist ever since. Capatilist countries throughout the world
have spent decades telling their citizens that communism is
Visit the Marxism FAQ HERE
advocates individual freedom. It is based on the theories of Locke.
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Liberalism click HERE
The origins of the Conservative
Party can be traced to
the 'Tory' faction which emerged in the later seventeenth
century. This 'Tory Party' established a secure hold
on government between 1783 and 1830, first under
the Younger Pitt and then Lord Liverpool. However,
after Liverpool's retirement in 1827 the unity of
the party was destroyed when the Duke of Wellington
and Robert Peel, were forced, largely as a result
of events in Ireland, to concede full political emancipation
to Roman Catholics. The Tory collapse opened the
way for a return of the Whigs in the 1830s, and a
series of measures including the Great Reform Act
of 1832 changed the political scene; in the general
election which followed the Act the Tories were reduced
to only 180 MPs.
Conservative Party Click Here
is a Totalitarian, militarist and nationalistic system.
It is a one party system with central control of the economy.
Nazi Germany was ruled in this way and the genocide of the
Holocaust was in line with fascist ideology.
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Fascism click HERE
is the belief that one group of people are better because
of there ethnic background.
Nationalists also believe that their individual countries
welfare should be put before any others
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