THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF GLOBALIsATION
Dr. Sabri Bebawi, LLB, PhD
Fellow of the Salzburg Institute on Globalisation
Believe it; politics affect your everyday life. Globalisation has created a nightmare for most people worldwide: Those in work-consecration camps, as in China and the Philippines.
Before you buy anything in America, remember that you are encouraging slavery, abuse, and utmost inhumanity.
Do you remember the last time you called a hospital, a credit card, an Internet service, or a radiological imaging facility? Your customer service person was in a faraway place. This person who answered you is a slave working in a work-concentration camp. And you pay a vast mountain of money of which the slave gets pennies.
Please do not buy any American product; some poor, needy little girl made with the blood of a human being, and you are encouraging that to happen. And that was the purpose of Globalisation and George Bush's new world order idea.
In China, young girls are recruited to these camps and forced to work through the day and sometimes night, unable to leave the center. They might go every other Sunday to see their low-income families.
Please open these links and educate yourself:
"This article examines the implications of economic globalisation for the church and society and its relevance for ecumenical theologies and ethics of justice. It employs a multidisciplinary and multi-dialogical approach to theological ethics to determine how this social phenomenon impacts society, creation, and relations amongst people and innovation. It also explores how the processes of globalisation shape or influence theologies and ethics of justice. The article thus firstly provides definitional and descriptive theoretical frames that are employed by a variety of social sciences, theologies, and ethics to describe globalisation. Secondly, the article engages in socio-political and ethical analyses of the globalisation. This is followed by analyses of ecumenical engagement with globalisation. Although globalisation is primarily perceived as a socio-political and economic phenomenon, the article argues that it impacts on theological- anthropology and ecological notions of theologies and thus, has to be viewed as an aspect that theologies and ethics ought to engage in seeking alternatives for the fullness of life for all people and creation. The article is written from the perspective of African feminist.” theological ethics.
“This article presents the impact of the globalisation on the environment elements. It indicates the kinds of activities which devastate the environment mostly. It shows the proper way to decrease of the environment pollution. It also presents the activities that have been already undertaken on global scale by the international community to stop the environment degradation.”
There are two stories to share about the United States Smith's Doctrines of Republican Capitalism: "He argued that profits flowed from capital investments, and that capital gets directed to where the most profit can be made. These ideas — That wealth follows capital, and that individuals own capital — are core to capitalism as we know it today.
A waiter in Paris, France told me: "What characterises an American Republican capitalist is that an American Republican can steal a blind's man dinner arguing "Well! God made him blind in the first place. I am not better than God."
Another tale to tell to educate American Republicans is the following:
An American Capitalist was in Egypt and saw a fisherman with his boat struggling to catch fish. He approached him and said: "Why don't you buy a bigger boat?" The fisherman answered: "Why?" The American said: "So you can catch more fish and make more money and then you buy other boats and hire other fishermen to work for you. The fisherman asked: "Why?" The American said: 'So you can buy more and more boats and be happy." The Fisherman replied: "Well, I am happy now."
AMERICA, GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH