FOOD & POLITIC


WE ARE WHAT WE EAT

Reza Pahlavi the shah of Iran and the Turkish President Mr. Kamal Ataturk (in 1950). These two did a tremendous job for their countries. Mr Kamal Ataturk was more successful then Reza Shah. (He should not change Turkish  hand writing)  Today modern Turkey has been as a result of his efforts.   But Reza shah was an illiterate man, therefore he could not challenge the Mullas in Iran in a classic way but he knew how to treat Iranian people. Reza Shah was a good manager. The English did not like Reza shah though they brought him to power Reza Shah admired Hitler and wanted to help the Germans during the Wars. The English finally exiled him to South Africa and then into the Mauritius Island till he died there.  




Food + Politic + the Politician 

  • Churchill was asked to define the politic, he said: "If you define it then it will not be the politic" he also said: "divide and rule"
  • Other well known saying: "Politic has no father no mother"

It is a Greek word, means City. In general there has been no precise academic definition for it. It means straggle to gain power and to control and running day today of the people affairs, which it is consists of social relations involving authority or power, method of tactics used to formulate and apply policy to run country. There are different types and models such as conservative, revolutionary, left, right, moderate, hard liner etc.. But nearly all of the politicians according to the history and other solid evidence worked for their own benefits not for the people.  Only one per cent cared for people. The rest used people for their own benefits. Look at the followings pictures it will provide you with a guild line.

          Cyrus the Great                       Mosadegh                              Nasser     

       

     Churchill + Stalin + Roosevelt  in Tehran 1955        Gandhi                    Castro

     

        Richard Nixon           Mao Zedong          Mikhail Gorbachev    Nelson Mandela

                


                                   Iranian Poets, philosopher, and Politicians                             

                                                                 

There are different types:

  1. Monarch.
  2. Republic.
  3. Aristocrat.
  4. Dictatorship.
  5. Tribal rulers
  6. Religious rulers
  7. other types

Authoritarianism and libertarianism refer to the amount of individual freedom each person possesses in that society relative to the state. One author describes authoritarian political systems as those where "individual rights and goals are subjugated to group goals, expectations and submission". while a libertarian political system is one in which individual rights and civil liberties are paramount. more extreme  then libertarians are anarchists, who argue for the total abolition of government, while the most extreme authoritarians are totalitarians who support state control over all aspects of society. For instance, classical liberalism is a doctrine stressing individual freedom and limited government. This includes the importance  of human rationality, individual property rights, free markets, natural rights the protection of civil liberties, constitutional limitation of government, and individual freedom from restrain as exemplifies in the writings of John Locke, Adam Smith, David Hume, David Richardo, Voltaire, Montesquieu and others. According to the libertarian institute for Human Studies, "The Libertarian, or classical liberal" perspective is that individual well-being, prosperity, and social harmony are fostered by as much liberty as possible and as little government as necessary.

The above pictures are some of the people who had somehow influence in their societies, and even  the world's politic. We are going to concentrate on their way towards foods and drink and exercises and their hobbies.                                


                      

                  Salad & Martin Luther King                      Khatami & Putin


                                                

          

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