The Memory Hole, Room 101 and the cognitive dissonance of well know media commentators have all played out in the Brexit debate. Casting back to 1997 in this blog, The Referendum Party and UKIP's party political broadcasts from that Election. But Starting off with Yesterday's men and a Panorama special from 1997 which examines Then … Continue reading Sir James Goldsmith, Referendum Party, 1997 Party Political Broadcast. A Memory Hole Special
A RESPONSE TO RICHARD MURPHY’S CONCERNS June 5, 2015 by Ben Dyson (formerly Positive Money) 3Share Tweet 0Share Tax campaigner and writer Richard Murphy outlines his concerns with Positive Money’s proposals to prevent banks from creating money here. This is our response. When is a bank not a bank? Murphy seems to have had something of a conversion … Continue reading MMT Jesus, Road to Damascus St Richard Murphy. The Joy of Taxonomy, Amen
https://theconquestofdough.weebly.com/mapping-the-history-of-philosophy.html Grey Space Subject-Object Dichotomy (Twitter) https://t.co/edBoJpS6Wk via @wordpressdotcom #ConquestofDough #GreySpace #DuChamps #DavidBowie #ATwitterOddessay — RogerGLewis (@PMotels) January 26, 2019
Naked Intensity, Saul Leiter's Painted Nudes -- "Unlike Adam, who is made of the dust of the earth, Eve is made of the very material of Adam’s body. She is unique among all the creatures in the Garden, for she is not entirely of God, but of Man", Mona Gainer-Salim pic.twitter.com/mBX4o9BYwG — Dana Abramovic (@geapardy) … Continue reading Grey Space Subject-Object Dichotomy (Twitter)
Get into dealing with banks and other financial institutions today, and you will quickly realise just how big a distraction the process of effecting Brexit has been. The prevailing economic orthodoxy of Planet Earth is not only on a collision course with sovereign States; globalist business, the banks and the media are engaged in a concerted campaign of deception about Crash2
During the first year at University, I took economics as a subsidiary subject to my joint course in History and Politics. I also studied it in the sixth form at school. Since my retirement twenty years ago, I seem to have thought about very little else.
The overriding conclusion (from my involvement with the subject since the of sixteen) has been that economics is a pseudo-science at best, and a form of quackery in general. Indeed, one of my favourite smile-inducing thoughts is the degree to which…
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