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(14096) Lewis Lapham: Can America Survive the Rule of a “Stupified Plutocracy”? - YouTube
“Money and Class in America,”
where does "American Dream" come from?
100 years ago the American Dream got corrupted, now again
Harvard grads have done the most damage do America.
how do you find mediation, balance power between rich and poor
democratic society put premium on society
capitalism not
constant tension between capitalism and a democratic society
constant dialectic
more money earned with rents and dividents than wages 1984 and the gap is widening further.
"do we live in a democracy?" No!
loss of faith in democratic idea
&!
Stupidfied Plutocracy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DXsPeBiIQY - When Meritocracy Breeds Greed
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZU0IXO7AQw&t=88s - The End of American Exceptionalism
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5 weeks ago by asterisk2a
(577) Cornel West on Donald Trump: This is What Neo-Fascism Looks Like - YouTube
spiritual historical blackout. niall ferguson calls it historical amnesia among public and academics. // "most trying time in our lifetime." // pseudo populist = donald and brexit! but it is neoliberalism! / chornic crisis &! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcJqjgB4tyQ
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may 2017 by asterisk2a
The devil in the detail of exiting the EU | Letters | Politics | The Guardian
The world is a harsh place. There is little sovereignty and no taking back control, as the UK will discover with a hard Brexit and trade under WTO rules.
Brexit  sovereignty  WTO  trade  deal  Populism 
may 2017 by asterisk2a
Why exporting isn't just about shipping - BBC News
Barriers to services trade have proved to be harder to deal with.
They come in the form of regulation - not the tariffs or taxes that impinge on commerce in goods. [...] So liberalising services trade is more complicated than it is for goods. [...] The World Trade Organization's rulebook includes something called the General Agreement on Trade in Services, or GATS.
WTO member countries have made commitments during past negotiations about the extent to which they allow foreign suppliers access to their services markets. These vary from country to country and are listed in "schedules" attached to the agreement. [...] EU won't make commitments on allowing foreign suppliers to provide some key publicly funded services, including health and education.
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april 2017 by asterisk2a
Brexit raises spectre of dearer Guinness and Baileys | Business | The Guardian
Extra costs and complexity of trade highlighted by Diageo drinks crossing Irish border many times during production process
Brexit  trade  deal  Ireland  UK  European  Union 
april 2017 by asterisk2a
No 10: Official Secrets Act proposals 'project of previous prime minister' | Law | The Guardian
[Theresa May the control freak putting the blame as far from herself as she can, who can or might not want to or can not answer for themselves. Thing is, this is known Theresa move out of the Home Office, that is why she has set a record holding that post, despite missing lots of things Tories put on the manifesto ... and she also held the post for so long, bc she is Theresa May, who kept a lid on the Home Office, known to be revolving to for Ministers of any government in power.] Downing Street vehemently denies claims it plans to outlaw investigative journalism and public interest whistleblowers [...] “This is a consultation by an independent body instigated by a previous prime minister,” a No 10 source said. “It will never be our policy to restrict the freedom of investigative journalism or public service whistleblowing.”
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february 2017 by asterisk2a
Bank warns 'lax financial rules' are a route to failure - BBC News
The man responsible for financial stability at the Bank of England has warned against relaxing banking regulation, saying that such a move could damage the global economy.
Sir Jon Cunliffe told the BBC that "lax controls" risked undoing progress that had been made since the financial crisis.
DonaldTrump  Donald  Trump  Brexit  Dodd-Frank  trade  deal  UK  USA 
february 2017 by asterisk2a
Sarah Champion: Brexit is a crucial moment in our nation’s history – so let’s use it to be ambitious on equalities | LabourList
Given that equality is so central to EU law, and given the emphasis that has been placed by the prime minister on equality since her speech outside No 10 when she first entered Downing Street, it came as a surprise to me that the word “equality” does not appear once in the government’s white paper.

There is a brief mention of women’s rights in relation to maternity leave, but no mention of race, disability or sexuality and gender identity.

This cannot be credibly perceived as a deal that works for everyone in Britain if women, BAME, disabled people and LGBT communities aren’t even referenced in the white paper.
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february 2017 by asterisk2a
Steve Bannon: 'We're going to war in the South China Sea ... no doubt' | US news | The Guardian
The United States and China will fight a war within the next 10 years over islands in the South China Sea, and “there’s no doubt about that”. At the same time, the US will be in another “major” war in the Middle East.

Those are the views – nine months ago at least – of one of the most powerful men in Donald Trump’s administration, Steve Bannon, the former head of far-right news website Breitbart who is now chief strategist at the White House.
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february 2017 by asterisk2a
As a Tory MP, I urge Theresa May to guarantee the status of EU nationals | Stephen Crabb | Opinion | The Guardian
In fact, no minister has yet been able to point to any group of foreign workers currently here who should not, or would not, be here in post-Brexit Britain. Furthermore, whatever free trade deals we embark upon, the governments of Australia, New Zealand, Canada and India have already indicated that they will be looking for easier access for their workers. And even before we get to these, we will need to strike a trade deal with the EU that surely will include concessions on new EU workers. //&! VIDEO! https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/feb/03/leavers-cheap-eu-labour-workers-brexiters
Brexit  UK  immigration  FoM  EU  trade  deal  USA  Commonwealth  Australia  India  EEA  Canada 
february 2017 by asterisk2a
Brexit: Fresh legal challenge blocked by High Court - BBC News
A group of campaigners who want Britain to stay in the EU single market argued that Parliament must approve the UK's exit from the European Economic Area.
But the judges refused to give the green light for the challenge, saying they would give their reasons later.
Brexit  Single  Market  European  Union  FoM  Freedom  of  Movement  UK  trade  deal  EU 
february 2017 by asterisk2a
UK growth forecast upgraded amid warning over inflation | Business | The Guardian
NIESR said it remained convinced that the economy would slow this year as higher inflation reduced consumer spending power. “We expect the composition of growth to rebalance towards net trade, as the headwinds facing households from the erosion of their real incomes weigh on consumer spending while the depreciation of sterling supports net trade,” said Simon Kirby, NIESR’s head of macroeconomic forecasting. [...] The thinktank said its economic modelling showed that the benefits of the free-trade deals the government hopes to sign with the US, Canada and leading emerging economies would be dwarfed by the damage caused to exports of both goods and services to the EU.
Brexit  inflation  £  British  Pound  export  import  economic  damage  history  free  trade  deal  USA  EU  living  standard 
february 2017 by asterisk2a
Brexit has allowed the banks to get off Britain's naughty step | Business | The Guardian
The even better news for the banks is that they are no longer hated. Far from it. Much of the concern about how the UK will survive outside the EU has centred on the future of the City. For years, the banks have been trying to find a way of getting themselves off the public’s naughty step. Brexit has provided them with an opportunity that has been seized with relish. The City has played the post-referendum game masterfully. [...] The recession that the banks caused and the austerity that resulted created the sense of “them and us” – the notion of an unbalanced and unequal Britain – that led to Brexit. [...] constant demands that the government secures passporting rights to allow UK authorised institutions to operate freely across the EU27.
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january 2017 by asterisk2a
Inquiry launched into UK gender laws amid fears over Brexit effect | World news | The Guardian
[ one particular NHS already breaking EU overtime work directive ] Areas of equality law to be examined include measures to guarantee equal pay, protection for part-time workers and during pregnancy, and combating so-called intersectional discrimination, where someone faces potential disadvantage for not just their gender but another area, for example race or religion. [...] While the government had promised to protect equality and the rights of workers following departure from the EU, Smethers said, the concern was that some protections could be lost almost inadvertently amid wider changes. [...] “The real worry we’ve got is that those kind of assurances are actually quite superficial, and they are probably a second order commitment compared to the need to secure a competitive economy, and how we compete if we’re outside the trading bloc,” Smethers said. &! Sports Direct, JD Sports - https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/29/140-jd-sports-staff-hospital-warehouse-rochdale
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january 2017 by asterisk2a
Theresa May, Trump and the travel ban: her position could not hold | Anushka Asthana | Politics | The Guardian
display how desperate Theresa May is about a trade deal and not putting a sour note on that "special relationship" w a narcissistic DT. // But still May could not bring herself to criticise her new friend – even when virtually heckled by British journalists frustrated at not getting a straight answer on the question of the ban.
Theresa  May  DonaldTrump  Donald  Trump  MuslimBan  Brexit  trade  deal  USA  UK  Turkey  Erdogan 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Economic Update: Trumponomics Exposed [2017.01.26] - YouTube
minute 8. USA and UK are two economic basket cases. "To lead the world." out of touch and delusional. thinking political speech will bring prosperity for all.
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january 2017 by asterisk2a
Theresa May does 'not agree' with US ban on refugees - BBC News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oh43cVl1AAM - #marr minute 3 to 3:12 - her 12hr silence was omission, can be taken as signal she was ok with MuslimBan. //&! https://twitter.com/BethRigby/status/825597797655248896 - "If you suck up you muck up" the perils of pandering to #Trump all to plain to see. My piece from Thursday: http://news.sky.com/story/may-trump-visit-if-we-suck-up-we-will-muck-up-10743163 - Even on her more narrow trade agenda, the rhetoric is likely to get bogged down in the reality. Mr Trump is a protectionist and deal maker who will demand favourable terms. // Desperate Desperate unelected PM (and Britain) hoping to stay beyond 2020 - https://youtu.be/9FxrvJd_rjQ
Theresa  May  MuslimBan  Brexit  trade  deal  UK  USA  DonaldTrump  Donald  Trump 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Jim Sciutto on Twitter: "WH advisors Bannon and Miller overruled the Dept of Homeland Security's judgment the travel ban should not apply to Green Card holders https://t.co/rK8zAgeCug"
WH advisors Bannon and Miller overruled the Dept of Homeland Security's judgment the travel ban should not apply to Green Card holders // http://edition.cnn.com/2017/01/28/politics/donald-trump-travel-ban/index.html - Trump's unilateral moves, which have drawn the ire of human rights groups and prompted protests at US airports, reflect the President's desire to quickly make good on his campaign promises. But they also encapsulate the pitfalls of an administration largely operated by officials with scant federal experience.
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january 2017 by asterisk2a
Is chlorinated chicken about to hit our shelves after new US trade deal? | Environment | The Guardian
[ corn syrup as sweetener everywhere, GMO, growth hormones, chlorinated chicken, industrial mass farming, environmental protections, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, Monsanto, CHLORINE CHICKEN AND ACID-WASHED MEAT, HORMONE AND ANTIBIOTIC GROWTH PROMOTERS, ANIMAL BYPRODUCTS FED BACK TO LIVESTOCK ] And as their multi-ingredient products don’t have to list the country of origin of individual ingredients, there would be no sure way of avoiding eating milk or meat produced to less exacting US standards, unless you never ate processed food.
USA  UK  Brexit  trade  deal  TTIP  food  safety  deregulation  self-regulation  GMO  Meat–industrial  complex  Food–industrial  lobby  processed  pesticide  antibiotic  antibiotics  Transparency  consumer  protection  neoliberalism  crony  capitalism  profit  maximisation  regulation  regulators 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Theresa May and Trump: PM shows lengths she'll go to for Britain | John Crace | Politics | The Guardian
The body language could hardly have been more awkward as Theresa May and Donald Trump posed for their blind date in front of the bust of Winston Churchill in the Oval Office. The prime minister kept her distance and looked faintly embarrassed, as if it was only just dawning on her that the main reason she was the first foreign leader to meet the US president was because all the others had thought better of it. That and the fact she was a bit desperate. Britain doesn’t have as many friends as it used to.
DonaldTrump  Donald  Trump  Theresa  May  Brexit  trade  deal 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Never mind the optics, Theresa May’s US dash was mortifying | Opinion | The Guardian
this hasty visit smacks of desperation // He will have seen May as that most desperate of creatures: the housebuyer who rashly sold her old house before she had found a new one. Having tossed away Britain’s keys to the European single market, she will soon be homeless – and Trump knows it. For all the niceties – May’s shrewd deployment of a royal invitation for a state visit and her compliment to the president on his “stunning election victory”, flattery which saw Trump glow a brighter shade of orange – he will have seen May as a sucker who needs to make a deal. And he will look forward to naming his price.
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january 2017 by asterisk2a
May to discuss how to boost US-UK migration with Trump, say sources | Politics | The Guardian
wie verarscht muss man sich als europaer fuehlen, wenn UK trade deals macht mit relaxter migration/visa rules? than before were in place via EU trade deal with those countries? it just reveals the prejudice to east-Europeans the xenophobia of a monolingual no-culture country gripped by austerity and fear of its poor that they will take their soup bowl away. // >> "However, the danger is that immigration policy for businesspeople and the most highly skilled becomes based on the old “kith and kin” white Commonwealth of Australia, Canada and New Zealand by default, if not by design." [...] In the case of the US, British government sources told the Telegraph May wants to explore ways to make it easier for US citizens to work in the UK and for Britons to work in the US." // but their visa immigration policy before was that for American was harder to get visa for job than any other one w same skills but additional language skills! and vice versa. now that is removed because of xenophobia In the case of the US, British government sources told the Telegraph May wants to explore ways to make it easier for US citizens to work in the UK and for Britons to work in the US. fremdenfeindlichkeit monolingual insular non-culture. better to share culture that the perceived nothing with poles slavs bulgarians.
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january 2017 by asterisk2a
Skills and infrastructure top priority in industrial strategy, say UK firms | Business | The Guardian
The government’s new industrial strategy must focus on improving skills and infrastructure in Britain rather than bailing out struggling large companies, according to a survey of business leaders.

The findings suggest businesses are not in favour of rescue deals such as the government’s proposed support for the steel industry. Theresa May, the prime minister, and Greg Clark, the business, energy and industrial strategy secretary, are expected to unveil an industrial strategy for the UK next week. They will set out the government’s approach to key industries and issues such as infrastructure, skills, regulation and research and development.
Brexit  trade  deal  tariff  corporate  welfare  skills  infrastructure  underinvestment  UK  SmartGrid  Manufacturing  output  gap  Productivity  Theresa  May  Austerity  George  Osborne  Northern  Powerhouse  business  rate  taxation  Apprenticeship 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Brexit: Australia eyes relaxed UK immigration under trade deal - BBC News
[ For trade deal, more relaxed immigration and Visa for Australians ... LOL LOL LOL ] The UK has been told it will have to relax its immigration rules for Australians if it wants a free trade deal with Canberra.
Alexander Downer, Australia's high commissioner to the UK, said the country would want better access for business people working in the UK before reaching a post-Brexit deal.
He said it might be possible to strike a deal within eight months of Brexit.
Brexit  immigration  trade  deal  Australia  Visa  Theresa  May 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
May can think big all she likes. Britain’s about to find out just how small it is | Rafael Behr | Opinion | The Guardian
The UK struggles to see itself in perspective because it is richer and more powerful than most countries, yet so much less influential than it used to be. [...] May’s speech on Tuesday was meant to be a beacon illuminating Britain’s future outside the EU. But, coming days before Trump’s inauguration, it should be read also as an unwitting requiem for the global order that is passing away. It imagined a place where the contours of power are neatly defined and stable, where Britain has freedom to choose its friends and decide its status in the world. [...] Our interests matter, but probably not that much more than Belgian interests currently matter in Whitehall. [ EU a political project first ... ] It’s a question of perspective. For decades Britain has struggled to get a comfortable sense of its scale relative to the rest of the world. We are about to find out how big – or small – we really are.
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january 2017 by asterisk2a
A UK trade deal with Trump? Be careful what you wish for | Politics | The Guardian
Health
A big fear during the TTIP negotiations was that US insurers and health providers would undermine the NHS by pressing for open access to the UK “market” in medical care. “A rushed trade deal with Trump may give ministers cover for their dangerous Brexit strategy but it will not hide the risk that this could be a Trojan horse for NHS privatisation,” warned the shadow health secretary, Jonathan Ashworth on Monday.
NHS  Brexit  TTIP  Privatisation  Regulation  self-regulation  CETA  neoliberalism  crony  capitalism  trade  deal  Austerity  taxation  tax  haven  offshore 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Flüchtlings-Drama: Europa trägt Mitschuld - Kommentar - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Europa hält sich von Kriegen lieber fern, beutet arme Länder aus, spart an Entwicklungshilfe - und trägt dadurch eine Mitverantwortung für das Flüchtlingsdrama.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
To the People of New Jersey | Blog | Tesla Motors
On Tuesday, under pressure from the New Jersey auto dealer lobby to protect its monopoly, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, composed of political appointees of the Governor, ended your right to purchase vehicles at a manufacturer store within the state. Governor Christie had promised that this would be put to a vote of the elected state legislature, which is the appropriate way to change the law. When it became apparent to the auto dealer lobby that this approach would not succeed, they cut a backroom deal with the Governor to circumvent the legislative process and pass a regulation that is fundamentally contrary to the intent of the law.
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march 2014 by asterisk2a
Will Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley Finally Get It Right? | Fast Company | Business Innovation
It's a compelling prospect: If Google has built a $294 billion business based on your explicit searches, Foursquare's bet is that the data behind your implicit intent are just as lucrative. [...] If you check in at Walgreens, should we show you an ad for toothpaste? We're not sure," he says. "Does that dilute the experience?" [...] And Crowley is well aware of what's become of him: His identity is his company; he is only as mature as it is. "I've thought about it for a while, and to me it's like I've got to close this chapter in my life before I can go on to the next one,"
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february 2014 by asterisk2a

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