This story is a metaphor for much of Europe’s political elite: A master’s degree from a university that had absolutely no basis in reality. All records have been lost. Shoplifting (she claims to have paid a fine of 40 €). All police records have been lost. These are the champions of law and order; but neo-liberal law and order (the rich and their enforcers can take and do what they want) is different to what most of us consider it to be.
The Guardian: From Seattle to Luxembourg: how tax schemes shaped Amazon
The Guardian is doing a series concerning Amazon. This is just one article. Read here
Jonathan Cook – Anti-semitism is cover for a much deeper divide in Britain’s Labour party
February 23, 2019 Mathew D. Rose Corruption, EU politics, Fake News, Lobbying, Media, Media Influence, National Politics 0
E While Russia and Putin paranoia is proving unsuccessful in drawing attention away from the nefarious effects of neo-liberalism in the EU and the centrist parties are cosying up to populists and neo-fascism (or simply […]
Heiner Flassbeck: Headless into Recession – Why are we so nailed?
Just imagine: A doctor develops an ingenious diagnostic tool that can avoid misdiagnoses in many diseases, but the vast majority of his colleagues don’t want to use it because they think misdiagnoses are just part […]
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