What no one wishes to admit is that lobbying is simply rampant corruption that has been anchored in legality by those who profit from it: politicians. Simple principles like a level playing field – a citizen does not have the funds to wine and dine politicians, invite them to luxury “information travel”, provide them and their families with well paid jobs (during and after their politically active period), etc. – seem to be irrelevant with regard to lobbying.
Early projections of election results at Montenegro’s presidential runoff vote have suggested that economy expert and political novice Jakov Milatovic has won the presidential runoff election in Montenegro, defeating the pro-Western incumbent in the small […]
Emergency financial aid from the U.K. government totalling over £16 billion ($20.6 billion) has been claimed by companies controlled by U.K. and European billionaires. Read here Sir Anthony Bamford chairman of JCB pictured with former […]
Raoul Vaneigem – Concerning the “Yellow Jackets”: Everything is possible, even self – managing assemblies in the middle of street intersections, villages and neighborhoods
An interesting take on the Giletes Jaunes. Great read over the holidays. Raoul Vaneigem is a Belgian writer known for his 1967 book The Revolution of Everyday Life Read here