In the discourse of human behavior, there is a general assumption that strong self-serving disposition is what stimulates people to act the way they do. Certainly the pursuit of self-interest is alive and kicking and we see it ever-present albeit in different colours and shades.
On the other hand it is irrelevant whether this is right or wrong. What is relevant is whether one is able to a certain extent to override this predisposition and act in the interest of the collective to which he belongs. This brings us directly to the issue of the essence of citizenship. But what is citizenship and what does it entail? Continue reading The Irrelevance None-Citizen Citizens→
THE Eritrean consulate in Toronto was the subject of much controversy last week over claims by the National Post and the CBC about the alleged “extortion” of a 2% rehabilitation tax on expats residing in Canada.
The CECCO deems it necessary to point out some crucial points that often are ignored by the mainstream media.