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`Best lawyers in India are of a firm belief that the core values of corporate governance framework are:

1.      Fairness

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3.      Responsibility

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For people who don’t think walls are effective

  • If you’ve had a terrible experience with people, you build a wall until you can trust them.
  • Many well off people, including democratic congressmen and women, build walls around their property to only let the people they want in.
  • To divide highways and prevent harm, walls are put in the middle for everyone’s safety.
  • For shelter and to protect yourself from harm, you live in walls.
  • In all these cases walls aren’t 100 percent effective but many would say they’re worth the investment for safety and privacy.

Originally posted by retropopcult

The point we want to make is that the objective existence of bodies whose energies can be measured and administered under capitalism should be understood in the context of the effects of historically specific modes of administration and measurement. This is not to say that the body is simply a construction, but rather that bodies and techniques of administration and measure all arise out of dynamic matter as parts of a network of capital and scientific discourse. Given this, we are proposing that the body-as-organism is generated by a system of measurement and administration that does not adequately characterize the workings of capitalist economy and governance at this time.

Patricia Ticineto Clough, Greg Goldberg, Rachel Schiff, Aaron Weeks, and Craig Willse, “Notes Toward a Theory of Affect-Itself”

If we’re going to be critical about differences of interests, values, and power, let’s not begin by tying our hands and presuming that there’s little we can do - let’s instead, examine, critically and practically, all the avenues we have to rebuild and transform the messy, politicized world we share.
—  J. Forester, Dealing with Differences, 2009: p.16
I am the People, the Mob by Carl Sandburg

I am the people—the mob—the crowd—the mass.
Do you know that all the great work of the world is done through me?
I am the workingman, the inventor, the maker of the world’s food and clothes.
I am the audience that witnesses history. The Napoleons come from me and the Lincolns. They die. And then I send forth more Napoleons and Lincolns.
I am the seed ground. I am a prairie that will stand for much plowing. Terrible storms pass over me. I forget. The best of me is sucked out and wasted. I forget. Everything but Death comes to me and makes me work and give up what I have. And I forget.
Sometimes I growl, shake myself and spatter a few red drops for history to remember. Then—I forget.
When I, the People, learn to remember, when I, the People, use the lessons of yesterday and no longer forget who robbed me last year, who played me for a fool—then there will be no speaker in all the world say the name: “The People,” with any fleck of a sneer in his voice or any far-off smile of derision.
The mob—the crowd—the mass—will arrive then.



“When a decision… is made by a government, it emboldens those who are already prejudiced to speak their deepest thoughts of hate.”

Cassandra Clare, Lord of Shadows