There are several reasons for choosing the Declaration of Independence of Germany. Primarily there has been the development of the mindset to see Germany as a saint; this paper focuses on bringing to light the issues that persist in the country, some issues that have been the cause of the separation of many countries. In spite of which this country remains. These problems persist in the current status quo. Thus, the country presented itself as a viable option for this project.
When in the course of Human events the government fails to uphold its basic fundamental responsibilities, people feel necessary to take some action. This is because those who have the power have the right, and hence he responsibility to take action. In our view, an ineffective government is a tyrannical government, and it must be put to an end.
The Vice Chancellor of Germany has failed to deal with the issue of inflation properly, and that shows her inexperience To most, it seems like not a very big issue, since the inflation is reasonable and stable. The real issue is within the disparity that exists in different parts of the country, and the fact that most of these problems are not monitored or controlled (Kurz-Kim & Jeong-Ryeol, 2006).
The Vice Chancellor of Germany has failed to resolve this issue on inequality, and we believe that it is essential for the existence of a state. That shows her inexperience and inability to deal with this issue, and it is of the utmost importance that a Head of State is willing and able to deal with these matters. A wide wage disparity persists in the country. Ever since the reunification, the development has been uneven and the employment and wage have followed the trend. The area previously under the influence of the British, American and French cultures have prospered more as compared to the Eastern half of Germany, the wage disparity extends to more than 6ooo Euros per annum (BBC News, 2013).
Various problems stem from the lenient immigration policies under use by the country that include the social situation of the immigrant children. Low education levels have become an inheritance in the immigrant families, and these persist due to the support they receive from various social structures. This does not just present a problem to the immigrants but seeing the past trend that immigrants are going to become a majority, this will become a problem on a national level. (Frick & Wagner, 2001).
Abuse of Power in the Eurozone
Where every European country is paying high interest rates, Germany paid zero percent yield at a debt of $5.7 Billion, this shows the corruption and manipulation done by Germany. Not only does this show disrespect for policy about but also how it may harm its neighbors (Steininger, 2012).
Dropout rates and school violence
The Vice Chancellor of Germany has failed to resolve issues effectively. This shows the head’s incapability of dealing with crucial matters. It is important that the Head of State is willing and able to deal with these matters and education is very important. School dropout rates have sky rocketed since the 2008s and has reached a limit that many school teachers are requesting that school be shut down due to lack of students. This may seem like a small issue, but the fact that the entire government system has failed to shed light or deal with this issue is troubling. These social pressures and crimes can and have led to the degradation of society and can harm the country in more than one-way, especially since they have long-lasting and detrimental effects (Modin, Laftman, & Ostberg, 2014).
Political Extremism and Neo Nazism
Since controlling this, is essential to the existence of Germany. Germany has seen a rise in the Leftist political parties, some which might even be called the endorsers of Neo Nazism. Something that the entire world agreed to eradicate, if the government fails to control this very basic element, it fails for most of its job (Daragahi, 2010). There is sufficient data to conclude that there exist certain political parties like the Aktionsbüro Norddeutschland, which have openly Neo Nazi agendas (Virchow, 2010). Failure to deal with these organizations might be a manifestation of the government’s support for these very bodies, which is reason enough for this government to come to an end.
Impending Energy Crisis
We cannot exist without energy. By 2050, the country will not be able to meet its energy demand, and its overly ambitious expectation of trying to achieve full dependency on renewable resources is overly optimistic at best. Most of the industries are dependent on Natural Gas, and most of its natural gas supply is coming from Russia, which presents a huge potential for exploitation. Already it has one of the most expensive energy supplies in the world (it raised by 37% since 2005) (Eddy, 2014).
Failure at Reunification
Unity is very important to the state. Although the country takes the name of one state, there are social and psychological differences that persist in the country. The east despises the West and vice versa. The current government has failed to unite the people under its banner. This was one of the most important tasks that post-war Germany had to resolve and failure to do so not only presents various dangers for the future but also shows the ineffectiveness and redundancy of the government.
Issues with the Eurozone
As maintaining peace in the region is very important, a rise is public discontentment in regards to the Eurozone policies has come about. People do not want to contribute to the bailout packages, and there have been legal moves in the country to prevent that from happening. This is widening a disparity that exists between the Germans and the rest of Europe something that threatens all of the European Union in its entirety (Evans-Pritchard, 2011). Also the moves taken by the German corporations to restrict money from supporting their European subsidiaries, which shows the level of the psychological disparity and the lack of corporate integrity circulating within the country (Enrich, 2012). More importantly, there is a growing nationalistic sentiment within the country, which is mainly pitched against the Eurozone; this could prove seriously detrimental to the existence of the Eurozone (Bechtel, Hainmueller, & Margalit, 2014).
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