Monthly Archives: October 2011

The End Is Nigh!

Will the 99% bring down capitalism? Protests on Wall Street and across America highlight the inequalities of life in a materialistic and financially centred society.  Millionaires are common place, whilst Billionaires abound in this new world of the super rich. Protesters in London only … Continue reading

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Slippery Grease Or Slippery Greece

The experts are out in force today solving the Euro’s problem.  It’s easy, just bankrupt all the Banks in Europe!  But all the Banks in this mess are tied into sovereign debt to such a huge degree, that to save a relatively small economy … Continue reading

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Kill The Mit

I was watching Charlie Rose a couple of days ago, a round table of journalist dissecting Mit Romney and his political views. What exactly was he in favour of, what was he opposed to, does  he have any firm beliefs or … Continue reading

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Wag The Finger

Have you been watching Prime Ministers Question Time recently? I am somewhat disappointed in the performance of Ed Milliband. When he was a minister, he spoke with assurance and calmness, addressing the problem and comfortably formulating an answer. Since becoming leader … Continue reading

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