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- An Open Letter To Trevor Philips: Why Your Documentary Is Logically and Morally Flawed.
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- Everyone Is Racist
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- Working in an alternate reality
Tag Archives: Sustainability
The link below is to a Youtube version of a lecture by Dr. Albert A Bartlett, Department of Physics at the University of Boulder, Colorado in the United States. It is perhaps the very best lecture on this subject I’ve … Continue reading
The libertarian ideals that are behind the drive in the UK, the USA and elsewhere for smaller government, lower taxes and a more responsible, ethical and caring civil society are admirable but fatally flawed. Like many people, I have always been hugely attracted to libertarian concepts of personal responsibility and personal freedom but I have also been very aware that attractive ideas are often wrong. As global problems such as poverty, climate change, peak oil and failing economies impinge ever more strongly upon those least able to stand up for themselves, this is the very worst time for political movements to press for welfare systems to be shrunk, cut or dismantled.
The global economy, upon which all