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A Time Of Freedom

Today we live in a time of unparalleled prosperity, with more people working across the globe. Not everyone can be a doctor or scientist or run a multinational company, and  yes there are far too many people working for fast food … Continue reading

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More Questions Than Answers

Question! Is there correlation between low interest rate economies and low inflation or even into deflation? The one economy that seems to scream out this factor is the Japanese. They have a debt to GDP ratio of Two Hundred per … Continue reading

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D0 You BELIEVE !

I watch some US news channels because seeing other people’s views of the World allows me to try to understand their view of the economic and social issues that affect everyone. In the same way I watch CCTV, RT, and Euronews even Al Jazeera some … Continue reading

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Great Britain???

Over the past few days I have, like so many of us, been listening to this government spouting about the criminality of Barclays and the UK banks in general.  Well more like muted stalling really, I have yet to hear the … Continue reading

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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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A New Constitution

‘Mr Franklin the country is falling apart. We have no money, New Orleans is closed to trade and pirates attack our ships with impunity, Government is totally paralyzed no one can raise money or pay off our loans to foreign countries’. … Continue reading

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Debt! Whose Debt?

Why is it that politicians and economists bang on about debt continuously, if you look at one country it’s the end of the world, at another it’s almost an irrelevance. Is debt so important and the level of debt as critical … Continue reading

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