DNC Chair embraces Dem-socialist candidate and Tomi Lahren has a message to the American people

Trump supporter and conservative Tomi Lahren has a message to the American people on Independence day. Young people should find out what Socialism is before they vote, she said. Tomi also said the mid-term election will be easy for the Republicans because she think that the American people are smart.


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Socialists across the rich world aligned themselves with a range of liberation movements

Socialist parties became a dominant political force after the world wars in much of Western Europe. Along with communism, socialism also came in various forms in the newly recolonized countries of Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

Socialists across the rich world aligned themselves with a range of liberation movements. In the U.S, many, though by no means all, feminist and civil rights leaders have espoused aspects of socialism. On the other hand, socialism has acted as an incubator for movements that are generally labeled far-right.



European fascists in the 1920s and 1930s adopted socialist ideas, though they phrased them in nationalist terms: economic redistribution to the workers specifically meant Italian or German workers and then only a certain, narrow type of Italian or German.

In today`s political contests, echoes of socialism – or economic populism, to critics, are easily discernible on the both the right and left.

Communism and socialism are economic and political structures that promote equality and seek to eliminate social classes. The two are interchangeable in some ways, but different in others.

In a communist society, there are no wealthy or poor people. All are equal.

Like communism, socialisms main focus is on equality. Workers receive what they need to produce and survive, but theres no incentive to achieve more, leaving little motivation.

The United Kingdom provides basic needs like healthcare to everyone regardless of their time or effort at work. In the U.S, welfare and the public education system are a form of socialism.

Both are the opposite of capitalism, where limitations don`t exist and reward comes to those who go beyond the minimum. In capitalist societies, owners are allowed to keep the excess production they earn.

Competition occurs naturally, which fosters advancement. Capitalism tends to create a sharp divide between the wealthiest citizens and the poorest, however, with the wealthiest owning the majority of the nation`s resources.

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Swedish prime minister Olof Palme was a Democratic socialist and talked about immigration in 1965

Swedish prime minister Olof Palme was murdered on February 28, 1986. A few years earlier, on December 25, 1965, he gave a national radio speech on the subject of immigration. His words are more relevant today than ever before.

Olof Palme said: We respect the fundamental rights and freedoms. Turbid racial theories have never gained foothold. Prejudice is always rooted in everyday life. It grows in the workplace and in the neighbourhood.

It gives went to ones own failures and disappointments. Above all, it is an expression of ignorance and fear. Ignorance regarding other people`s uniqueness. Fear of losing a position, a social privilege, a prior right.

Of course, skin colour, race, language and birthplace have nothing to do with human qualities. To grade people using such a yardstick is in glaring conflict with principles of human equality. But it is shamefully simple to make use of for the one who feels inferior.

Olof Palme was a Democratic socialist with pride and joy. He became one when he traveled around India and saw the terrible poverty, even though some were tremendously rich. At the same time, he also saw an even more degrading poverty in the U.S.

When he, as a young boy, stood eye to eye with communism`s lack of freedom and oppression and human persecution in the communist states, and when he went to the Nazi`s concentration camps and saw the death records of social democrats and union members, he became a Democratic socialist.

He said in a speech that he was strengthened in his conviction when he saw the right-wing politics, in country after country, expel people to unemployment and ruin their sense of security. Our solidarity becomes weaker and egoism stronger. It is about solidarity and consideration among people, he said.

May Olof Palme rest in peace, but his message live on…….

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America do support the rights of all people to have freedoms bestowed on them and that`s why America are withdrawing from the UN Human Rights Council

We are living in a world were those who are set to protect the people arent doing it at all, but rather doing the opposite. Thats a big crime. The one who should do something about it is the Human Rights Council, but what we see is that they has become an exercise in shameless hypocrisy with many of the world`s worst human rights abuses going ignored.

The Trump administration is committed to protect and promote the God-given dignity and freedom of every human being. Every human being has rights that are inherent and enviable.

They`re given by God and not by Government. Because of that, no government must take them away.

America has a proud legacy as a champion of Human Rights. A proud legacy of the worlds largest provider of humanitarian aid, and a proud legacy of liberating oppressed people and defeating tyranny throughout the world.

While America do not seek to impose the American system on anyone else, they do support the rights of all people to have freedoms bestowed on them by their creator.

That is why America are withdrawing from the UN Human Rights Council. An organization that is not worthy of its name.

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President Vladimir Putin use driverless transportation buses at the World Cup in the city of Kazan

Silicon Valley are pushing hard to release driverless vehicles and we know Google is in front of that revolution. But they are not alone. Russia is also in front of that revolution, and President Vladimir Putin are highly supporting driverless vehicles.

Russia has launched their new driverless transportation buses at the World Cup in the city of Kazan, and Russia`s truck maker are showing the world their technology skills. So far, their unmanned vehicles are banned on the open road, so they will travel only 650 meters.

(KamAZ «shuttle» is a bus with the autopilot on electricity. It was first presented at the Moscow International Automobile Salon in 2016)

The truck maker is KAMAZ PJSC, which is co-owned by German automaker Daimler AG and Rostec. KAMAZ is taking the fans from Kazan`s meeting point to the Kazan Arena. The driverless buses will drive on an empty road with no traffic which is surrounded by a light fence to keep away animals and pedestrians.

KAMAZ demonstrated the first autonomous electric bus a few days ago, according to the company. The unmanned M2 category small-class SHATL (Wide Adaptive Transport Logistics) vehicle, developed by KAMAZ in cooperation with NAMI, is intended for hard-surface roads, using data from digital maps, navigation systems and technical vision organs.

«Electric and unmanned vehicles are currently amongst the main directions of development in Russian engineering industry», as stated by the general director of KAMAZ Sergei Kogogin. «SHATL is our latest development, upon the example of which, the main trends in car manufacturing may follow.

KAMAZ is only one of our unique driverless vehicle models. Specialists in KAMAZ are actively working on such models at the moment, within the framework of the development of intelligent transport systems.»

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