Monthly Archives: May 2010

ConDemned to the Shock Doctrine

Nick Clegg seems like a nice chap, creates a favourable impression and appears to hold decent values. But what about his beliefs? Look at the influences on him:¬† comes from a banking family (his father is chairman of United Trust … Continue reading

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Driven by metaphor

The UK political scene is a perfect reflection of the mind of the UK electorate – confused and uncertain. Today senior politicians are getting together in an attempt to figure out a way forward. They have to talk to each … Continue reading

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Guns ‘n Banksters

If you think the Greek people are being unreasonable in failing to do ‘the right thing’ and pay their debts – think again. The billions of euros of bailout is not intended to redeem the debts of Greek people¬† – … Continue reading

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