Monthly Archives: December 2014

NOT DEEMED HUMAN

Britain shipped young children out them out like cattle to an overseas slaughter house. “What have I done wrong?”, they silently screamed, for to have shouted aloud would have invited a beating. Between 1912 and 1970, over 7000 working-class, British … Continue reading

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GOOD KING TOFF HE LOOKED OUT

Good King Toff he looked out On the feast of Stephen When the snow lay round about Deep and crisp and even Brightly shone the moon that night Though the frost was cruel When an unemployed man came in sight … Continue reading

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CORPORATIONS AND ETON BANANAS

I was recently asked if multinational corporations had replaced statues of worship, similar to those worshipped by the Romans – Mercury the messenger of the gods (Google), Mars, the god of war (Lockheed Martin), etc. I will give an opinion … Continue reading

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THE EVE OF ANOTHER BANKING COLLAPSE

During the American Economic Depression of the 1930’s, some bank deposits were devalued by 40%. In simple terms, this meant that deposits valued at $1,000 were deemed to be worth only $600. A plan agreed at the G20 Summit in … Continue reading

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