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Pegida On Rise As Germany Divided Over Refugees - YouTube
[ symptom ] [ niemand had was ueber 'alle muessen anpacken' gesagt ] [ Holocaust for 3rd gen germans is not shame, its rather a "wird sind besser in allem" "wir koennen das wo andere vor uns ethish moralish humanitaer politisch civil und auch als vollmundiger buerger versagt haben." ]
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Thomas Piketty on Capitalism, Corbyn and why Zuckerberg is getting it wrong - BBC Newsnight - YouTube
home ownership in UK is biggest item of UK's household wealth. 2/3rd of housing is owned. other 3rd is rented. that is why the property bubble/prices have to be kept afloat. otherwise balance sheet recession > deleveraging > debt servitude > lower consumption rate > cratering UK economy as ~70% of UK economy is based on consumption. // blaming others (ISIS) for radicalization. but who put them in this place to be radicalized, in the first place? inequality, youth unemployment. // COP21, western world do not face their historical obligation! // world wealth and income database - www.wid.world
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
MONITOR vom 03.12.2015 - Monitor - ARD | Das Erste
[ Der Heuhaufen wird immer groesser. Aber wir brauchen die informationen ueber die Nadeln und die Operativen Kapazitaeten. ] Die Terroristen von Paris: Alles unter den Augen der Behörden? Der Drahtzieher der Paris-Attentate konnte sich monatelang vor den Anschlägen erstaunlich frei innerhalb Europas bewegen, seine radikalen Ansichten waren den Behörden zum großen Teil bekannt. Trotzdem griff niemand ein. Drei Wochen nach den Anschlägen verdichtet sich der Eindruck eines Versagens der Sicherheitsbehörden, an dem auch verschärfte Überwachungsgesetze nichts geändert hätten. //&! Bonn-Tannenbusch – das deutsche Molenbeek? - bit.ly/1lf3bmJ - [ Easy radicalisation is Symptom ]
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Iain Duncan Smith calls people without a disability "normal"
The art of cruelty: why the Conservative attack on disabled people harms us all. No sick person responds to their diagnosis by thinking, “I can scam taxpayers for £73 a week!” [...] Not only is in-work poverty a larger drain on the benefits system than the unemployed, but most of the things that help disabled people get back to work have been cut. [...] They got away with this by launching an all-out propaganda assault that portrays disabled and workless people as “scroungers”, “sponging” off the state, when presumably they should be grateful not to be left on a hillside to die as would have been done in the good old days. [...] This is Tory Britain. [...] The welfare state is being dismantled and rebuilt as a machine to manage and discipline the workforce into accepting precarious labour, low pay and no social safety net. [...] this way the Tories can persuade the most vulnerable in society to accept their fate and the rest of us to believe that they deserve it. [...] moral hazard
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Jaywick and Middlesbrough most deprived areas in England - BBC News
The department's Indices of Deprivation scored neighbourhoods according to seven key areas including crime, health and employment. It found almost half of Middlesbrough's 42 neighbourhoods were among the most deprived 10% nationally, while it classed 162 of Birmingham's 253 neighbourhoods as highly-deprived. Report author Baljit Gill said: "There are concentrations of deprivation in large urban conurbations, areas that have historically had large heavy industry, manufacturing and or mining sectors, coastal towns, and large parts of east London. "There are also pockets of deprivation surrounded by less deprived places in every region of England." //&! bit.ly/1Gh08Ow
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Budget 2015: Tax credits and housing benefit to be cut for families with more than two children - UK Politics - UK - The Independent
Automatic entitlement to housing benefit for jobless 18-21 year-olds will be scrapped. // http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0622rr9 - Young, Homeless and Fighting Back // bit.ly/1KyvT9s - Reports have suggested the Conservatives previously tried to introduce a ban on housing benefit for young people, but that this was blocked by the Liberal Democrats. // &! bit.ly/108krPM - David Cameron wants 3 million more young apprentices, and plans to slash unemployment benefits for 18-21 year-olds to fund them. But is this a reform too far? // &! bit.ly/1I90NCq - There’s that stupid expression “life-style choice” [ language shapes thought ] // &! lack of affordable housing and social housing for those dependent of assistance makes large swathes of the country a no-go zone of sort - bit.ly/1HBGFra &! bit.ly/1IeTZbx // &! bit.ly/1MvX0Ch &! bit.ly/1DO7s34 &! bit.ly/1RlZlpS &! bit.ly/1flblqD &! bit.ly/1GVZJB6 &! bit.ly/1DarXf5
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Scottish independence referendum in maps
Youth vote. Some 109,533 youngsters aged 16 to 17 registered to vote after being given the chance to do so for the first time. A snap poll by Lord Ashcroft asking voters how they had cast their ballots found this age group had voted overwhelmingly for independence, with 71% for Yes. However among the wider 16-24-year-old age group the Yes vote was 51%, according to the poll. + http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/29279384
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september 2014 by asterisk2a

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