It’s not the system but those that lead the system…

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The coalition’s cuts will lead to 25% of British children living below the poverty line,

Youth unemployment is at its highest since records began and national unemployment is at a dizzying high.

But let us not blame the system of ruling, political systems such as ours is like any other political system whether it be democracy, monarchy, communism or fascism.

It is not the systems that are to blame but those in charge.

The leaders and their advisors, place the wrong people in power you’ll see failure, place the right people in power you’ll see success.

Take Napoleon for example, this man’s reforms in France and across Europe during his reign still form the basics of these nations today, his initial military success allowed him to spread his reforms, until his blunder in Russia lead to his fall.

Then take Tsar Nicolas II, a man placed into power who was unable to see the changes needed, by 1917 he was ousted from power and eventually he along with his family shot, replaced by Communism after a brutal Civil War leading to Lenin and then Stalin.

Two examples, one of a person of success in both leading a nation and military accomplishments whilst the other failed in both leading his nation and in military accomplishments.

To put it simply it is not the car, but its driver that makes all of the difference.

The coalition’s plans in Britain have long term goals but they’ll fail to meet these unless they make short term accomplishments.

Let the warnings across the world be cause for concern not dealing with unemployment, allow your people’s situations to worsen will lead to Revolution and that…will be chaotic.

Unions could gather forming a new Communist era which will in these times of financial difficulty appeal to the masses.

Perhaps the Nationalist-Socialists will rise once more, their national ideals will grant them power through using racial theories to unite people in a common cause of national pride providing a majority of citizens with a great age whilst a minority pays the price.

Want to realise how realistic change is during times such as these?

Look up the Russian Revolution of 1917,

Look up the 1929 Wall Street Crash and how it allowed the Rise of the Nazi’s in Germany in 1933.

All of these events could easily make a re-appearance in this modern time of uncertainty, despair and financial difficulty.

Then again…perhaps the French Revolution will resume, the current government system over thrown its elitist rulers wiped out, a mixture of nationalism sweeping through the lands but lead by Socialist ideals to better aid the people on a whole rather than a few of the ruling class.

What ever happens only the true leaders will be able to exist, those who have lead nations in the past years, people not truly suited to lead will find their time has ended.

In these times, leaders arise whose ability to rule lives within nations for hundreds of years whilst history remembers them.
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