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Firms poised to take advantage of NHS shake-up 'avoid tax on their profits' | Politics | The Guardian
https://corporatewatch.org/news/2012/mar/16/unhealthy-business-major-healthcare-companies-use-tax-havens-avoid-millions-uk-tax // Spire Healthcare, Care UK, Circle Health, Ramsay Health Care, General Healthcare Group, // Spire, Care UK, General Healthcare Group and Ramsay** are all carrying significant levels of debt after their owners financed their acquisitions through borrowing. The interest being paid to banks and bondholders – which is far higher than the government would be paying for equivalent sums - is also serving to reduce taxable profits.
NHS  tax  avoidance  evasion  UK  HMRC  offshore  haven  Privatisation  nasty  party  Conservative  Tories  1%  10%  20%  Plutocracy  Super  Rich 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
Arm trotz Arbeit (Dokumentation Deutsch) Doku - YouTube
keine zusammengehoerigkeit. kann sich nicht mehr vergleich. exzess. berufliche gratifikations kriese. keine sicherheit. keine upward mobility. keine social acknowledgement.
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december 2016 by asterisk2a
Oh for the 1960s! People earned less but could afford more | Money | The Guardian
[ fetish of GDP ] Economic growth since the 1960s has been real, but the link between growth and personal prosperity has broken down, probably since the 1990s. We can carry on pushing for increases in GDP, but it’s meaningless unless it translates into a recovery in living standards. If any government really wants to help the left-behinds, then cutting house prices and rents must be their first priority.
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december 2016 by asterisk2a
Obama defends globalisation on Germany visit - BBC News
US President Barack Obama has made a strong defence of globalisation as he arrived in Germany on his final visit to Europe before leaving office.
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november 2016 by asterisk2a
BREAKING First Interview: Bernie Sanders On Donald Trump Winning the Election - Nov 10th 2016 - YouTube
minimum wage, gender wage gap, infrastructure, trade deals, ... tax evasion & avoidance! - will he tackle it? // don't take anger out on minorities and poor (help by language of government, ie deserving poor and undeserving poor) - what the tories did successfully.
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november 2016 by asterisk2a
Michael Moore joins wide-ranging election talk | MSNBC
Trump spend more money on baseball hats than polls. polls to refine message. // trump refines his message on stage like the sales man he is. // Bernie won Michigan and Wisconsin. // Sanders win 22 states, ppl want change. ppl did not care about lable (socialist). // African American vote in Detroit and Michigan was down! Bc of 8 years of Obama did not trickle down onto Main Street! Pipes in Flint Michigan still not replaced! // DNC leaked debate questions to Hillary // "I was used." Not again. // lots of ppl did not check boxes for president but voted for everything else. happened in all states!!! // Authoritarian and Populist. // Fascism in 20th century will come w TV Show [... 21st w FB Newsfeed ] // Flint vs Manhatten ... dont blame the victim (voting for Trump), Manhatten where are dreams growth jobs and plenty. And journalistic coverage lokal and national! Flint? 90% ppl dont have philosophical luxury (Hillary, Trump, Stein, other) but have to survive and grasp for every straw; Donald J Trump. // America still racial. No post-racial America. // Pollsters live by data and died by data. // Progressives (Bernie alike) have to take over DNC/Democrats to have a chance in 2020!!! // Donald J Trump destroyed both (rigged) parties. // Elizabeth Warren might run 2020 and might be backed by DNC // Why not Tom Hanks. Oprah Winfrey? USA is celebrity-based culture. // Bernie and Trump spoke to same community, but w different answers. //
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november 2016 by asterisk2a
Shift to automation may prevent Trump from delivering on his jobs promise - Chicago Tribune
Can Republicans "create jobs" decrease inequality, increase wages for the 80%. Ian Bremmer Agrees - https://www.facebook.com/ianbremmer/videos/588726201300428/ - ie defence budget is going up? // Saudi Arabia not happy .. // voter turnout anemic! apathetic! // whites less educated saw their livelihoods going away. especially rural area. not the big cities! // dems clintons not going to fix whats wrong. trump choice worse than clinton would have been. // &! econ challenges structural and more coming! http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-economic-challenges-facing-the-next-president/
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november 2016 by asterisk2a
"On contact" with Chris Hedges (Episode 14) w Mark Blyth - YouTube
austerity works for those, who impose it. middle class and pood paying for the debt and bailouts they were not responsible for. // [...] when you shut down the casino economy. where is growth coming from? wage growth, productivity, investment, ... to pay those debts ... by the 80% who bailed out the 20%. current authoritarian depotism populism demagoge does not have the policy/answers. to make the economy work for the 80% so they can pay/serve their debt obligations. [...] young ppl in debt like never before, will not achieve life their parents had. [..] public scared of idea if you change fiscal policy ie tax raise and public investment you make it worse. [...] italy has not grown more than 1% since joined the euro.
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october 2016 by asterisk2a
Keiser Report: Mom joins in (E981) - YouTube
extraction of profits. no accountability. share buyback // post-gfc fighting slowdown of velocity and m3 reduction w monetary policy QE // look post prexit 2017 - velocity of £, hgousehold debt, credit card debt, car loan,
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october 2016 by asterisk2a
Iain Duncan Smith tries to sell a 2018 Brexit fantasy on Sunday Politics - YouTube
nasty party and austerity party tries to pitch itself as workers party at 2016 conservative party conference. after the squeezed middle class of england voted out of EU //&! sorry theresa, there can be no true meritocracy! - https://youtu.be/XVDUoHMf1_Y?t=14m &! Philip Hammond can't stop himself to repeat again that Labour allegedly mismanaged the economy/budget - https://youtu.be/fn2pd8UBNX4?t=38m "the is no money" note. & we inherited a recession from "Labour" & and selling low borrowing cost as own achievement. & selling itself as the true party of British "working people." & grown faster [and racked up debt (private & publich) at same time.] & "living within its means" but "pragmatic" & "high wage high skill economy" & productivity & want to see tax receipts here in Britain (tax evasion and avoidance) & will lower corp tax rate further!
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october 2016 by asterisk2a
Amber Rudd implicated in tax haven avoidance industry - YouTube
... sure. You know you were avoiding/evading tax or at least involved in an operation/company. Why not come forward? Why wait till you are found out? this is beyond poor judgement of the situation and peoples wrath over tax crime. this is poor sensitivity. thinks of herself beyond everyone else. gov in presses sells it as "embarrasing" //&! https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/sep/21/bahamas-leaks-reveal-amber-rudd-involvement-offshore-firms
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september 2016 by asterisk2a
Glenn Greenwald on Brazil & Clinton vs. Trump - Jung & Naiv: Episode 273 - YouTube
(Chris Hayes - Twillight of the elites 2011) collapse of the elite of authority = disorder // loss of fiath and institutions ... people tune out on TV telling them Brexit and Trump is bad. // Hillary Clinton had all that she could ask for, still Bernie gave her the bern ... gives you the size of resentment and want for change.
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august 2016 by asterisk2a
Understanding Peter Thiel’s Politics
he “no longer believe[s] that capitalism and democracy are compatible.” (Thiel has since said that he was wrong to think America was a democracy, calling it instead a “state dominated by very unelected, technocratic agencies”). [...] Thiel let slip that he was pessimistic about the current system continuing. The failure of the present Establishment, according to Thiel, may point to Marxism, libertarianism, or something else, but “it’s going to be this increasingly volatile trajectory of figuring out what that’s going to be.” [...] political zero to one
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august 2016 by asterisk2a
Jonah Goldberg on Donald Trump's Candidacy, Liberalism, and Conservatism - YouTube
Centrists - Over promised and under delivered. thus feeling of no representation etc. and feeling of betrayal [...] can't discount the economics of the last decades. [...] Brexit is illuminating. [...] 1% look down on "make america great again" as nostalgia [...] see themselves better than the rest. [...] disdain [...] [...] Republicans (Establishment) could not break out of and from the past. Could not make advances against Donald Trump. [...]
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july 2016 by asterisk2a
Brexit vote boosts case for inclusive growth | Bruegel
finding calls for more inclusive growth, which is defined by the OECD as “economic growth that creates opportunity for all segments of the population and distributes the dividends of increased prosperity, both in monetary and non-monetary terms, fairly across society.” [...] finding calls for more inclusive growth, which is defined by the OECD as “economic growth that creates opportunity for all segments of the population and distributes the dividends of increased prosperity, both in monetary and non-monetary terms, fairly across society.”
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july 2016 by asterisk2a
We have entered a new era of conflict, warns new book
In his new book, Irregular War (IB Tauris) , he reflects on Isis, al-Qaida, Boko Haram, Al Shabab, and the Taliban - all separate manifestations, he says, of a new non-state dynamic driving international conflict through asymmetric and hybrid warfare. But their significance is more fundamental. They are part of what Rogers calls “an historical shift towards revolts from the margins”. And such revolts are made more likely by “the widening global socio-economic divide and the onset of climate disruption”. [...] The causes of conflict are many and deep – economic, political, societal, environmental, demographic. [...] “the increasing marginalisation of the majority of the world’s people caused by the workings of the neo-liberal system of international economic activity” which concentrates most of the fruits of economic growth in the hands of a transglobal elite of some 1.5bn people.
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july 2016 by asterisk2a
Does The Myth of Meritocracy show us how to alleviate inequality?
No debate about social mobility is complete without reference to the supposedly halcyon days of the 1950s and 1960s. The class fluidity of those decades, however, was not the result of professions becoming more meritocratic. It was caused by an unprecedented rise in the number of middle-class jobs: there was more room at the top. [...] Bloodworth writes that 21st-century society is characterised by a dwindling of professional jobs and more people slipping downwards: there is “more room at the bottom”. [...] Globalisation has created what the economist Robert H Frank calls “winner-takes-all” markets
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july 2016 by asterisk2a
After the EU Referendum: What Next for Britain and Europe? - YouTube
why England voted leave, why did the Project Fear not work? >> "inequality, identity, and immigration." [...] cultural divide (ie the passport statistic - more or less cosmopolitan, plays also into identity), educational divide (higher attainment higher remain votes), and to some smaller parts economic divide [...] and the AGE DIVIDE! [...] median income divide (low median income = leave vote) [...] 'Poorest voted to leave as life can't get any harder. And punch the toffs in the face. The only chance you've got.' [...] net immigration 300k low skilled, the sized of Newcastle = pressure on schools and services (longer queues). + AUSTERITY + secular stagnation + no wage increase + cost of living increase = DISASTER. low skilled England had to compete with low skilled EEA immigrants.
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july 2016 by asterisk2a
Andrew Mazzone Interviews James K. Galbraith
banks like property! more likely to lend to finance property than SME/SMB investment. because that investment is not propped up by the government. [...] min 6 subprime & credit bubble since 80's << behaviour of lenders [...] sensible people were given fraudulent debt instruments (no self-regulation, and regulators failed). [...] no prosecution because people who should have prosecuted those, didn't want to ruin their private future career. [...] min 15 - inequality and unemployment driven by inequality. [...] austerity is name of the game by the "establishment" - 20% of society that benefited from the bank bailout and reflation policy by central banks - [...] 19:15 - who do banks want to borrow in this environment?! austerity, aggregate demand shortfall, lack of confidence, volatility, uncertainty, credit bubble pain (liquidity trap) etc. [...] Solution ("an alternative way to the status quo, who made this mess): Fix Income Distribution thus Purchasing Power (aggregate demand, ie minimum wage), and restructure finance away from investment banking and speculation and derivatives towards real economy (ie tax heavily what is not real economy business) //&! James K. Galbraith on "Inequality and Instability: What's Ahead for the World Economy" - youtu.be/Mw4Bd9ols-E //&! James K. Galbraith - "The End of Normal" - youtu.be/PGFcB65l8Io
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july 2016 by asterisk2a

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