"Always be ready to speak your mind, and a base man will avoid you." – William Blake (1757-1827) from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

Tuesday 26 June 2012

Anatomies of the World Economies part ii - The Great Malls of the PR of China

Friday 15 June 2012

How Political Power is Exercised in the Anglo-American World

from IPCO - Queen of the World -:

As British Monarch, Queen Elizabeth ll is officially the wealthiest, most powerful person on earth. She embodies the 'Crown' and supreme world power.
The Presidents of the United States of America are forbidden any nobility and are subservient to the Monarch. The US President is Commander and Chief of the US Armed Forces based at Camp David, which is known to insiders as Camp King David.
Prime Ministers in Commonwealth Nations like Canada, Australia and New Zealand are also subservient to the Queen. The Governor Generals of the Queen's Commonwealth Nations, represent and exercise the Queens power on her behalf. What the general public doesn't realize is that their leaders are only representatives of the monarch and do not posses the power, they only exercise the power. They do not REIGN they RULE. The Monarch on the other hand REIGNS but does not RULE
By delegating her powers but not exercising her powers, the Queen is left safely outside and above the conflicts and divisions of the political process, protected from becoming a target of political hostilities. - [you can read rest of this article on the website of the International People's Conference Organisation.]

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Wednesday 13 June 2012

Capitalism - the origins and meaning of a phrase

"Capitalism," a term of disparagement coined by socialists in the mid-nineteenth century, is a misnomer for "economic individualism", which Adam Smith earlier called "the obvious and simple system of natural liberty" (Wealth of Nations). Economic individualism's basic premise is that the pursuit of self-interest and the right to own private property are morally defensible and legally legitimate. Its major corollary is that the state exists to protect individual rights. Subject to certain restrictions, individuals (alone or with others) are free to decide where to invest, what to produce or sell, and what prices to charge. There is no natural limit to the range of their efforts in terms of assets, sales, and profits; or the number of customers, employees, and investors; or whether they operate in local, regional, national, or international markets. - from Capitalism: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics | Library of Economics and Liberty:

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Tuesday 12 June 2012

Anatomies of the World Economies part i - United States of America

Robert B. Reich is currently Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, USA and was Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration. His website is at RobertReich.org.

Sunday 10 June 2012

The Pyramid of Capitalism, 1911 | Industrial Workers of the World

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