Monthly Archives: May 2013

Capitalism – incompatible with social wellbeing?

Here is a little change we could instigate immediately which, although totally neutral in effect, might actual challenge the thinking of some of our politicians. It is simply this. MPs (Members of Parliament) should change to RPs (Representatives of the … Continue reading

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‘The Gathering’ by David P Elliot

A link to the new novel from David P Elliot ‘The Gathering’ by David P Elliot.

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Unlawful or Illegal? – What’s the difference?

It is really not good enough for companies like Google, Amazon & Starbucks to continue to argue that their tax arrangements are not illegal. It is abundantly clear to anyone with half a brain that what they are doing to … Continue reading

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Is Cameron’s Britain what we fought for in the war?

Harry Leslie Smith is a survivor of the Great Depression, a second world war RAF veteran and at 90 an activist for the poor and for the preservation of social democracy. He has authored numerous books about Britain during the … Continue reading

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The Lizard Men? – They’re already here…

There has been a conspiracy theory for many years that there is an elite grouping of individuals from all over the World, rich powerful individuals, (all men of course) who secretly run the World. They meet in secret, exotic places … Continue reading

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America had often

America had often been discovered before Columbus, but it had always been hushed up. Oscar Wilde

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No Representation without Taxation!

The phrase “No Taxation without Representation” I understand was coined by Reverend Jonathan Mayhew in a sermon in Boston in 1750 and by 1765 the term was in use in Boston, and local politician James Otis was most famously associated … Continue reading

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