Simplicism -Eradication of unemployment and poverty
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We are the heirs of those who died, the partners of those who live and the welfare of those who will be born .In fact; it is so true that we accept the gracious term industrial revolution invented by Auguste Blanqui during the XIX th century after the upheaval of social values that jostled the agrarian and craft societies towards the transformation of another generation by the trade and industry of modernism.
However during that period, coal and iron contributed greatly to the improvement of agri-food, energy, metallurgical and the textile industries. They generated mechanization, a surge in the manufacturing sector, especially after Richard Arkwright’s invention of an extremely fast weaving machine.
Nevertheless, the factory workers earned a good enough salary after 12 hours of labor in mostly dirty and poorly ventilated places. Even though that did not stop the rural exodus; the industrial Robert Owen stepped in to alleviate their conditions so similar to slavery.
Let us recognize that the industrial and artisanal sectors descended to their lowest level of production because the industrialization movement smashed hardly the mining, economic, agricultural and the freight sectors.
Industrialists made a fortune rapidly and re-invested in newer technologies; things changed suddenly when the long napoleonic war (1814-1825) came to an end and threw an excessive number of unemployed soldiers on the labor market, which gave rise to cheaper wages and unemployment.
We are now in the 21st century with a negative legacy, heavy, unbearable and despicable that I categorically reject since unemployment makes up a terrific team with poverty which shakes the foundations of human societies.
It goes without saying that industrialization engendered technology and computerization which in turn triggered many inventions for our comfort and well-being .By the same token; it brought hundreds of millions of individuals down to the depths of unemployment and poverty.
For the sake of history, let us also confirm that capitalism, socialism and other approaches want to satisfy the needs and wants of human existence, but unfortunately fail in their mission.
We certainly inherited unemployment and poverty from our ancestors, live with our colleagues in a common world; we also want to be the welfare of future generations in a world exempted from these evils.
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