”In neglected French towns, police stations, factories, shops, schools and post offices have been closed.
Christophe Guilluy refers to the neglected parts of France as being “Peripheral France”.
He says that 60% of the population live in “Peripheral France”.
“Peripheral France” includes the poor, neglected parts of Paris.
Countries such as Singapore, Norway and Switzerland are part capitalist and part socialist.
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Above, we see how tiny Sigapore has changed for the better, as the result of becoming independent.
Why is SWITZERLAND so RICH? – VisualPolitik EN
Daniel Ly, Born and living in Switzerland writes:
“150 years ago Switzerland was a dirt poor country. When an area has power, it has the possibility to prosper.”
1. Switzerland’s 26 Cantons have enormous powers, and the central government has limited powers. Towns have real power. The cantons control education, labour, economic and welfare policies and so on. Each canton has its own parliament and constitution.
2. Direct Democracy
“Laws are passed only after extensive consultation with almost everybody.”
There are frequent referendums.
3. Avoidance of war
4. Education – Switzerland believes in apprenticeships.
5. Cultural habits of the people – “The Swiss are social people …looking out for the common good.”
We are talking about “borderline socialist states, with generous welfare benefits and lots of redistribution of wealth.”
All of the above countries are wealthier than the USA.
The United Nations World Happiness Report 2013 shows that the happiest nations are concentrated in northern Europe, where the Nordic model of social democracy has been employed
However, the CIA and its friends have been making various attempts to destabilise countries such as Norway. One of the aims of the Anders Breivik false flag was to promote the ‘right wing’ in Norway.”
GW: Well said Ms Girfan!