Could it be due to confusion over what "democracy" truly is? It is the fear of not being able to feed themselves and their families that make them commit unthinkable crimes.
Therefore there is no reason to say that money is the root of all evil. Also, there was a need for a standard to objectively measure the value of all types of goods like cows, milk, foodgrains, clothes, ornaments, etc.
While a republic can be correctly defined as a "representative democracy", plain old "democracy" is NOT just another word for republic.
It is this that benefits the people of the world most.
The notion that money is the sole motivator is a great fallacy. You need the other person not to notice to steal something from someone.
Why do students pay for courses? This is called racism. Benevolent dictatorship or benevolent monarchy has a lot going for it. When the pro-Syrian crowds demonstrating in the streets a week later were much larger than the anti-Syrian crowds, the Prime Minister was reappointed.
And there is much more regulation and control on the sources of funding and there are limitations on the spending. But still money is not the root of all evil: I respect both sides and I understand why many people believe that money is the root of all evil.
Anyone with common sense knows it is not true. Is the sole and ultimate cause of stress,frustration,anger,rage and thus all crimes. Well I think the process of democratic decision-making in the US is clearly biased by the vested interests, by interests represented through funding.
Somehow we have lost our understanding of this fundamental truth.
Would there be light bub if Edison work for just bread and milk only? WalletHub is running a fun little debate on the question: One of them proposes a new law making it legal to for a man to rape a woman under certain circumstances of course.
So good, in fact, that we have spend much of the past hundred years imposing it on other people, by force. My opponent is not being clear about his views. But I have to disagree.WalletHub is running a fun little debate on the question: “Is money the root of all evil?” I’ve got a response up, as does Kevin Vallier.
(Jeff Moriarty‘s is also. Why democracy is evil. Bruce 23 March 0.
We in the West are brought up and brainwashed to think that democracy is the best, the only form of government. So good, in fact, that we have spend much of the past hundred years imposing it on other people, by force. of free speech, of all forms of pluralism, of democracy.
Not only are they. It's the root of all evil, after all. As the newspapers continued to report the dastardly things the wealthy young banker had done to become even wealthier, people shook their heads and remarked, "The love of money is the root of all evil. Generally speaking, democracy will be possible only if both winners and losers — that is, if all voters and their representatives — live under some relative equality of conditions.
When voters do not differ excessively in wealth among themselves, not much is up for grabs in elections. The root of all evil? How money corrupts democracy.
Electoral Assistance Yves Leterme tells DW what impact money has on politics and how the US differs to Europe. be a threat to democracy. Is Money the Root of All Evil?
Experts Pick Sides. from exploitation to environmental destruction to the subversion of meaningful democracy. This is probably what is really intended by the spirit of the saying that 'money is the root of all evil'.
The quote from 1 Timothy ()—“for the love of money is a root of all evils”—is.Download