Monthly Archives: June 2013

Modern Capitalism – the myth of efficiency

I was thinking just yesterday as I sat staring aimlessly out of the window wondering whether the postman was going to come or not, with actually no easy way of knowing, how totally destructive the so called free-market is and … Continue reading

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Socialist Economic Bulletin: Why ‘austerity’ and what is the alternative

A great article on austerity and the alternatives. Socialist Economic Bulletin: By Michael Burke

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Ed Balls says he will stick with Osborne’s spending plans

So what is the point of voting for Labour then? This is clearly an example of the fact that the voters in this Country do not have a democratic choice – vote for any of them and you get the … Continue reading

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Strangely – Arming murderers is never a good idea.

With William Hague on behalf of our Government and the French ending the embargo that could lead to the arming of ‘the rebels’ in Syria, (whoever they are), I would make a little suggestion. We should record details of any … Continue reading

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Attacks on universality of certain benefits

If the only thing that the Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls can come up with as an alternative to George Osborne is to attack the universality of winter fuel allowance then the Labour Party are in big trouble! Saving a mere … Continue reading

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“The only free cheese…

“The only free cheese is in mouse traps.” Old Russian proverb

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Stop prevaricating end bribery now…

As a parent I can attest to how frustrating children can be when they deliberately pretend that they do not understand what you are saying to them and talk absolute nonsense when confronted with evidence of their misdemeanours. When this … Continue reading

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