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Just for beginning!

I think is a good choice to begin a blog here, in this space.  In part because of I am angry with myself, I want to recover my ideas in one place. Ideas?… Is not difficult for me to be a “good European”. For anyone isnt, I think. But in terms of the Nietzsche’s word… » read more

I think is a good choice to begin a blog here, in this space.  In part because of I am angry with myself, I want to recover my ideas in one place. Ideas?… Is not difficult for me to be a “good European”. For anyone isnt, I think. But in terms of the Nietzsche’s word… » read more

Un peu de bon sens

In the times of Adam Smith, CO2 was described as “wild spirit”. CO2, ozone, methane, energy, entropy, pollution were not discovered. They were “spiritus sylvestre”, “vis viva”. If anything, their were ghosts-like diffuse concepts.

Ok so been listening to a lot (too much!) of the UK media comment on prospective UK membership of the eurozone now that the pound is collapsing….consensus seems to be (consistnent with my previous posts) that UK citizens continue to feel pride in the picture of the sovereign on their notes and imaginery bridges simply… » read more

Quick New Year Thought

First – happy new year! I have been looking at the FT columnist predictions for 2009 and saw John Thornhill’s prediction that while it made sense 2009 would not be the year that President Sarkozy launched his euro group. You will not be surprised to learn I hope this prediction is wrong….. We have seen… » read more

Italy: Lybia Pay-Off for ‘Colonial Mistakes’: http://www.openesf.net/projects/esf-activists-news-network/blog/2008/08/31/italylibya-pay-off-for-colonial-mistakes/ From the Roman Invasion (Julius Caesar v Buddug/Bodicea) Through the AngloSaxon, Norman Theft of British Land, Resources, Labour power etc,. Through The English Empire Colonisation – to the present day.

The deepening financial crisis is indicative of the crisis of democracy. Corporate elites have hijacked too many public policymaking arenas and show no shame, or remorse for legitimising poor practices…….. Accounting has done grievous harm to too many innocent citizens and is central to the current financial crisis. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/dec/22/banking-creditcrunch Are Any EU Member State Governments… » read more

Nuclear Disarmament: When ?

Sale puts atomic weapons plant in US hands By Sylvia Pfeifer and Alex Barker Published: Financial Times:December 19 2008 02:59 | The UK Atomic Weapons Establishment, which makes and maintains the warheads for Britain’s nuclear missiles, has come under the control of US companies after the government sold its one-third stake. Ministers were accused Thursday… » read more

Cars deal finalised in EU

The deal on cars & CO2 has just been adopted in the EU. To be honest the carmakers have made a wreck of this deal, with the politicians taking the back seat instead of putting themselves firmly behind the wheel and taking some positive action on climate change. The new law won’t force carmakers into… » read more

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