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The deliberate lie…

Just about nothing irritates me more than the deliberate, lying tactic, mostly perpetrated knowingly by politicians of one kind or another, of conflating someone’s objection on any given subject to some kind of tacit approval of its polar opposite! Classic … Continue reading

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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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Big companies should pay small business promptly

 A common concern for many small businesses is that large companies do not pay them in a timely manner. It is a similar mentality to the Global business who will go to extreme lengths to avoid contributing to society by … Continue reading

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Local election results

Isn’t it interesting that at a time when we are seeing the total collapse of the Capitalist system, where inequality is growing faster than it has ever done, where our utilities are milked dry by private interests who steal our … Continue reading

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What to Do After Capitalism

An interesting article on the need for a re-adjustment of our capitalist system What to Do After Capitalism.

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Sharing the biscuits

The desire to recover control of our Western Democracies from wealthy vested interests is a universal one. It is difficult though when these vested interests constantly operate a ‘Divide and Conquer’ policy to turn us all against each other. The … Continue reading

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Mindless Arguments

I get very tired of the level of debate in this country on occasions. It seems that people are extremely uncomfortable if they cannot put you comfortably in a pigeon hole. Remember Iraq? – oppose Bush & Blair’s vile, illegal … Continue reading

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