With all the political issues raised every single day and even more political agendas muddling those issues, we are hoping that our page can help people discern what’s right so that they can make the right choices that can better their lives. So, who should go through our page? Read on:
For you who think politics will serve nothing
“Anyone who says they are not interested in politics is like a drowning man who insists he is not interested in water.”
— Mahatma Gandhi
That tomato you just bought from the market increased in price per kilo because someone in the government did something for that to happen. Your child in college had to add a certain subject in his course because the Department of Education said it’s important. Your wife got a raise at work because the lady-governor believes it’s fair.
Do you still think that politics won’t serve you anything? Think again. Then start reading our page.
For those who want to run for office (Or talk about politics in general)
“Politics is not about big money or power games; it’s about the improvement of peoples’ lives.”
— Paul Wellstone
Running a small town is difficult. You will always have people going against your actions because of difference in principles or just because that’s how it really is. But if your heart is in the right place and your mind has the right knowledge, you won’t fail your constituents.
And that’s what we’re here for. To help you gain knowledge about World Politics and how it will affect that small town you’re running.
This is also for political analysts and journalists out there. Everyone has biases and it’s hard to completely remove that from your assessments and stories. But knowing more about politics, the people currently in it and how they run it will help you be rational in your articles.
For the electorate
“Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education.”
— Franklin D. Roosevelt
Trends in politics affect everyone. We can’t say this often enough. People who know what’s going on in the political scene are well informed and will make better decisions that will affect their lives, especially when it is time to cast votes.
So be informed. Get to know your politicians. See what they are up to and what they plan to do during their term because their actions and their decisions will affect your life. And if you failed to do your duty in the polls, just because you’re not interested in politics, you have nothing to complain about.