Social Welfare Critical Analysis

By pjain      Published June 17, 2021, 7:47 p.m. in blog Geo-Politics   

Social Welfare can Boosts Productivity and Happiness

Reasonable hours

Generous vacation time 4-6 weeks Paid off time

What Moore conveniently fails to mention, though, is that Italy has an unemployment rate more than double ours and that earlier this summer, nearly one in two Italian youth suffered joblessness — a situation that probably has something to do with the country’s generous employee benefits.

In Germany, the workers in a thriving pencil factory are sent to a spa when they feel overstressed.

Five Months Maternity Leave across Europe

[It is] abominable that the U.S.’s only ally in foregoing required paid maternity leave is Papua New Guinea.

Marriage Honeymoon 15 days

In Italy, Michael Moore in documentaryWhere to Invade Next (2015) marvels at how workers enjoy reasonable hours and generous vacation time.

Law and Order, Justice and Crime System

Treating Prisoners with Human Dignity

Norway’s has very progressive criminal policies.

  1. In Norway the maximum sentence is 21 years.

  2. Punish by freedom control, social access. The principal punishment is separation from the rest of society.

  3. No privatized prison system. No insanely expensive and inhuman Prisons. Even convicted murderers are housed in the equivalent of small Manhattan studio apartments equipped with televisions and cookware, even sharp utensils. No one is locked in solitary confinement and prisoners have a lot of mobility.

Banning Death Penalty

Decriminalization Drugs

In Portugal, Moore notes the effects of the decriminalization of drugs.

Legalizing Marijuana is fairly easy and overdue

MUST SEE Michael Moore Documentary - Where to Invade Next

It seems Europe is a happy, harmonious land of productive people.

US is shown a world of misery, anxiety, war and greed - only a heaven if you belong to the top 1 percent. America’s weakening social contract: the widening inequality gap, the disappearing middle class and a military-based economy. “A land of we,” one talking head remarks, has transformed into a “land of me.”

Filmmaker Michael Moore visits various countries to examine how Europeans view work, education, health care, sex, equality, and other issues. From cafeteria food to sex ed, Moore looks at the benefits of schooling in France, Finland and Slovenia. In Italy, he marvels at how workers enjoy reasonable hours and generous vacation time. In Portugal, Moore notes the effects of the decriminalization of drugs. Through his travels, we discover just how different America is from the rest of the world. -- Rotten Tomatoes Review

Gun Control, Mass Violence

Migrant crisis and Terrorism hit Europe

US Militarism Eats into Social Wellbeing

Burning the nations treasury doomed Roman Empire

Racism in USA

America’s original sins, Moore says, are the genocide of its native population and slavery, tragedies with which, he says, the country is still unable to come to terms. The mass incarceration of African-Americans for petty drug crimes, he suggests, is slavery in a new guise. The movie’s most unsettling images are familiar from newscasts: black people, in and out of prison, being savagely abused by white police officers.

30% blacks jailed and suppresses votes in Red states

US Militarism and Spending starves Social Wellbeing

Funding America’s military is starving the country of money that would be better devoted to humanitarian endeavors.


Documentaries Bias and Review

Michael Moore

Where to Invade Next

US Miltarism and Terrorism

Fahrenheit 11/9 - Michael Moore

Moore’s scathing riff on the administration of George W. Bush. That movie, when it was released in 2004, made $119 million, becoming the highest-grossing documentary of all time. It was a special moment, of course. America was still grappling with the shock of 9/11, and Moore’s film became a lightning rod — a catharsis for liberals (or some of them, anyway) and a symbol, for conservatives, of everything that was wrong with liberalism. - Moore's stance on the American-led invasion of Iraq. The movie became the personification of widespread repulsion with President George W Bush and his foreign policy.

Climate Movies

Al Gore

Gun Control, Crime in USA, Racism Documentaries and Movies

Bowling For Columbine

Dinesh D Souza - Right Wing Filmmaker


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