National Party of Japan
Morality and economics are two important disciplines, but they must work in conjunction to supplement the other and not overpower it. Taxes, trade and business must be dealt with economically, while health and well-being must be dealt with socially. When push comes to shove and a decision must be made, I respect the functioning of markets as an efficient solution to problems, but I must add the addendum that markets cannot be the sole means to accomplish social good and that at times, extensive government action must be taken.
The complex views arise from viewing "good" as the golden mean, and too much or too little of a thing is not good.
Something distant from morality can be dealt with economically, but I do not think this is the case for all goods and services. In the realm of a "wellness drought", where when you need something you need it now, a Classical long run market solution is not satisfactory. It is in this instance where government intervention and its inefficiencies are necessary. As a society we must look out for both our social and economic good, but when pressing problems arise, inefficiencies must be forgotten so that citizen can be handed as beings, not numbers, costs, and labels.
- May 2008 - King Waseem created the NPJ
- 2 August 2008 - King Waseem became the first NPJ Party President to hold office as country president.
- 6 August 2008 - NPJ surpassed The Bushido Party to become the largest of Japan.
- 31 August 2008 - NPJ officially hit 80 Members.
- 2 September 2008 - King Waseem begins his second term as president of Japan.
- 2 October 2008 - King Waseem begins his third term as president of Japan.
- 16 December 2008 - King Waseem wins Party Presidency and changes name back to National Party of Japan
- 16 April 2009 - NPJ is renamed to United Lolies of Japan