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(8730) The Intellectual Dark Web is Afraid of Marx - YouTube
The Intellectual Dark Web is Afraid of Marx
punch line - the image of status - imaginary - bought // - The Intellectual Dark Web Doesn't Understand Marx
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june 2018 by asterisk2a
Osborne warning to 'sleepwalking' Europe - BBC News
annual CBI dinner // 'its about competing with the global economy' which means you have to deregulate, skip consume protection, allow zombie banks to run themselves hot to the tune of billions for a bailout, [also EU watch do has an eye on unfair subsidies] ... a competition for price. there is no winner. its a zero sum game. but not for wall street. Wall Street shareholders are the winners. And everyone else is a looser. No shared economic interest. Brexit is easy way out, the quickest and with short-term view only. The future is about being remarkable. The Purple Cow (Seth Godin). Differentiation in a flat world of borderless competition. UK ended up here because of UKIP. Why UKIP? UKIP is a Protest Party (opportunistic in itself and for those disenfranchised voters). See European Election 2014 results. A symptom of short-term view policy folly by Career Politicians who do not represent the common good nor make policy decisions base on shared economic interest.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Owen Jones talks to Mehdi Hasan about The Establishment - YouTube
"shared economic interest" // bailout for the rich and too big to fail and jail - vs - austerity for the poor // TTIP // Europe // westminster (Establishment, Privileged, No Representation) over holyrood (SNP) << UK general election 2015 // all power has to be democratised >> // Lucky ones pull the meritocracy card to justify their luck, standing and demands //
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may 2015 by asterisk2a

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