Writing for the pro-government website tesfanews. My objective is then just a continuation of what Saleh Johar did and highlight on the most important accusations coming from shameless Mahmud Saleh, MS. This article, and several other articles published in this website, tend to treat the AC as an Eritrean opposition council, blaming it for not taking the exact position that the authors of those articles would want it to have taken, for not fighting the fight we failed to wage, for not delivering the victories we should have delivered…forgetting that this is a Council that does its business regardless of how wildly we can scream. This accusation is compounded one.
Whether they hanker for an economy where most people earn their living by growing things, digging things out of the ground or making things. Probably only the dearly departed Malcolm Turnbull passes this test, with his early enthusiasm for innovation and agility.
Scott Morrison took a lump of coal into the Parliament to show where his allegiances lay. But as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development reminds us in its latest reportthe shift from producing goods to performing services is fundamental to the process of economic development.
About a hundred years ago, the great migration from the country began, with more and more people moving to the city to work in factories. Byemployment in manufacturing had reached 1. But from that period on, employment in manufacturing began to decline, both in absolute numbers and as a share of the total.
It — and employment in the other goods industries: Today, justpeople work on the land. Mining employment got a fillip from the resources boom, but even its job numbers have resumed their decline sinceand are now down to— or just 2 per cent of our total employment of Some of us will always be working in the goods part of the economy.
Our annual production of food and minerals and energy is greater than ever. Even in manufacturing, our annual production has been falling only since How can production go up while employment goes down?
Increased productivity of labour caused by automation — technological advance. Robots will change this to an extent, but by not nearly as much as the alarmists claim. Where will the new jobs be coming from?
Within services, the biggest industries are: A favourite argument the goods industries use to exaggerate their importance to the economy is to point to their higher share of exports a widget sold to a foreigner is more virtuous than one sold to a local, they claim.
A third of all our agricultural production is exported. This means that, as usually measured, agriculture contributes 8 per cent of total exports; mining, 40 per cent, manufacturing 26 per cent, and services, 26 per cent. Education of overseas students is now our third biggest export, after iron ore and coal.
Tourism is the other big one. But the OECD points out that the goods we export have inputs of services embedded within them. Services are taking over the economy.We’re to bless those who curse us, says the Bible. But nowhere does it say to bless the Jews for their earthly interests.
It’s a Protestant fallacy hatched from the Scofield Bible that turns Abraham’s faith into a Jewish Supremacist dogma.
[Clip: “God’s promise to Abraham and the Jewish. Of course. But to be fair, the clear superiority of living in states is a fairly recent phenomenon.
Unless you happened to be one of the elite of a state-having society, the living standard gap between yourself and a hill tribe member was not that big and in many cases was better for the average anarchist. The Destruction of the World in Prophecy. Prophecy Article.
Expanded Internet Edition - January 1, The top scientists in the world today are beginning to talk about the reality of "Doomsday" for the earth.
God is more than willing to rescind his pronouncements of judgments of destruction against evildoers if they will themselves. Evangelii Gaudium, Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis, 1. The joy of the gospel fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus. Those who accept his offer of salvation are set free from sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness.
Saleh Younis (SAAY) has been writing about Eritrea since when he published "Eritrean Exponent", a quarterly print journal. His writing has been published in several media outlets including Dehai, Eritrean Studies Review, Visafric, Asmarino and, of course, Awate where his column has appeared since the launch of the website in INCONVENIENT TRUTHS "You can either be informed and be your own rulers, or you can be ignorant and have someone else, who is not ignorant, rule over you.".