Posts Tagged ‘reforms’

Land ownership, homelessness, and tarsand

Who owns the land? Government? Who is government? People? OK, then what if one of the “people” wants to go and take a piece of land, to build a house for himself on it. Is that possible? No its not. He can’t do that because its illegal. He will have to buy this land from […]

Corporation and society

One of the very first things that attract your attention as a newcomer from the Middle East to Canada is the individualist nature of society. As a general rule, societies in the west are not family oriented. The individual is the building block of these societies. In a place where people are not living as […]

The evils of “political radiation”

How many times did we hear a story about an honest person who went into politics to put things back onto the right track, only to discover few years later that this person was also corrupted?! It happens all the time. Even if we were to give politicians the benefit of doubt, and assume that […]