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Good Article. Robert Peston is a good egg in my book sadly hemmed in by the censorious excesses of the Beeb. Josh Ryan-Collins – BBC questions fractional reserve banking | the new economics foundation http://www.neweconomics.org nef has been shining the light on monetary reform for some time now (see previous blogs on the topic) so …

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Rhetoric Propaganda” The Industrial Monetary Complex” by RogerGLewis » Wed 25th May, 2011 (05:58) For the past Two years I have followed with increasing amazement the sheer un evenness of the Debate on Climate Change by any stretch for research science it is almost completely one sided. The money is backing the CO2 side of the debate …

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Some Old Blog Posts and Links. http://www.lovemoney.com/qanda/question/48597/-would-any-fool-recommend-buying-a-property-with-friends-in-the-economic-turmoil RogerGLewis posted Why Not. I believe there are shared ownership agreements which can be provided by your solicitor setting out the terms of agreement with your joint investors. Any collective investment vehicle will involve accommodating your investment partners changing circumstances over time. My own view is if you have …

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  rogerglewis  I think personally that most of the above analysis misses the point Labour has to be handed back to the Grassroots and the corporate agenda and tactics of spin abandoned. New Labour New Tories New Lib Dem they are as we see in America all lobbyist fodder now. Local Labour Parties should reselect …

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I used to post on a popular Finance Blog on the property Market.I alluded to this proverb the other day and find it’s not the first time I thought it aptwhen generalising on the broad church that is punditry of any kind. RogerGLewis said John Godfrey Saxe’s ( 1816-1887) version of the famous Indian legend, It …

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Spanish Protests The suppression of peaceful protest in Spain against the Austerity measures of an unpopular government is very worrying. Similar suppression of protest against the recent royal Wedding makes one wonder what the public will face when the UK governments austerity measures gain full momentum. Portugal , Ireland Iceland and Greece are all being …

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  Ruskins Critique of Classical Political Economy. & Ghandis Translation. This essay is widely published on the Web but I am reproducing both it and Ghandis Translation here The Economic Reforms needed today are similar in root to the pivotal moments of History from the Fall of Rome through to the Levellers in the English Civil War, …

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The Economics of Repossession.This post is an outline of a critique and policy document I wish to draft on what factors should regulate the actions of financial institutions holding mortgages secured on private homes, several areas of law will be considered as well as the arcane laws of repossession in the event of default. In short a manifeto …

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Narcissistic industrial Military Complex. Interesting Reading Matter. http://www.globalresearch.ca/globaloutlook/truth911.html The connection between Banking and the Industrial Military complex are systemic. President Eisenhower says it best try google. President Kennedy and his Brother Robert were also wary of the potential conflicts of interest. This narcissistic episode of history appears to be climaxing in quite a spectacle of …

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