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- Why Greens in particular should call out and denounce Anthroposophical organisations.
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- The Political Will to Face Environmental Affairs
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- Forged in the fire of protest: A Prime Minister for the many
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Tag Archives: depression
In the Bleak Mid-winter
This is not an economic depression brought about by chance or bad luck, it is a readjustment of the ratios of capital to labour in which a greater pool of cheap labour is required to service the middle-classes who, in turn, provide all the services for the rich and super-rich Continue reading
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Coming to terms with Pernicious Anaemia
I have had several such realisations: the first was when multiple spontaneous pneumothoraces were diagnosed after decades of semi-collapsed lung problems; the second was being diagnosed with short-cycle bi-polar disorder; the third was the onset of emphysema after 40 years of roll-up tobacco; the fourth was becoming prone to anaphylactic shock requiring me to carry an EpiPen full of adrenaline and now, to make life even more interesting, I have Pernicious Anaemia.
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