ΑΙΣΧΡΟΝ ΕΣΤΙ ΣΙΓΑΝ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΟΣ ΠΑΣΗΣ ΑΔΙΚΟΥΜΕΝΗΣ.
ΜΗΤΡΟΣ ΤΕ ΚΑΙ ΠΑΤΡΟΣ ΚΑΙ ΑΠΑΝΤΩΝ ΤΩΝ ΠΡΟΓΟΝΩΝ ΤΙΜΙΩΤΕΡΟΝ ΕΣΤΙ Η ΠΑΤΡΙΣ.
GMR, 12 Απριλίου 2020
Καtina (*)στην Προεδρία της Δημοκρατίας – ο εξευτελισμός δεν πρέπει να είναι χυδαίος, πρέπει όμως να αποκαλύπτει την ΧΥΔΑΙΟΤΗΤΑ (το χύμα–το χύδην φορτίο).
For the 2008 biography of Margaret Thatcher, see There Is No Alternative: Why Margaret Thatcher Matters.
A German political poster with the slogan “Es Gibt Keine Alternative” (1994)
The phrase was used to signify Thatcher’s claim that the market economy is the only system that works, and that debate about this is over. One critic characterized the meaning of the slogan as “Globalised capitalism, so called free-markets and free trade were the best ways to build wealth, distribute services and grow a society’s economy. Deregulation’s good, if not God.” By contrast, Thatcher described her support of markets as flowing from a more basic moral argument. Specifically she argued that the market-principle of choice flows from the moral principle that for human behavior to be moral requires free-choice by people.
Historically, the phrase may be traced to its emphatic use by the nineteenth-century classical liberal thinker Herbert Spencer, in his Social Statics.[non-primary source needed] Opponents of the principle used it in a derisory manner. For instance, cabinet minister Norman St John-Stevas, one of the leading “wets“, nicknamed Thatcher “Tina”.
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