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Economics

The Great NHS Heist

The NHS is entering the final phase of it’s destruction. In it’s place will be an American style private insurance based system. Successive Governments over a number of decades have laid down the key steps for the deformation disguised as … Continue reading

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Failing to repay

As university educations become impossibly expensive for ordinary people, Gary North advises, “Here is a general rule. Any barrier to entry into any field that cannot be legally penetrated by means of a competitive examination is there for only one reason: … Continue reading

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DTI-UKAS memorandum of understanding

Have you ever wondered what the agreement looks like when a government department grants a body a national monopoly that protects it from competition ?  Click here to find out.

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ISO silent over Volkswagen certifications

A little bit of history: “Julian Huxley, Aldous Huxley’s older brother is THE GUY who paved the way for the standardization of our everyday lives. He originated the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization or UNESCO. Under the direction … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Tight Financial Control: Causes and Remedies of Dysfunctional Employee Behaviors

The Dark Side of Tight Financial Control: Causes and Remedies of Dysfunctional Employee Behaviors Goebel, S. & E. Weißenberger, B. Schmalenbach Bus Rev (2016) 17: 69. doi:10.1007/s41464-016-0005-8 Abstract Following recent corporate accounting scandals and governance failures, there has been a renewed … Continue reading

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The Freeman – Mad Science

The Summer issue of The Freeman presents a collection of articles on mad science. It describes the dangers of giving control to an expert elite and illustrates it with example ideologies such as Darwinian eugenics that had to wait for the … Continue reading

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UKAS collaborates with sharia to fund Islamic expansion

International halal accreditation is not agreed by a single body but by hundreds and is highly non-standardised, like Islam itself.  We previously drew attention to this here. UKAS is now pleased to help bring the world into submission to Allah while … Continue reading

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Free trade was the bait for creating an international government with managed trade

UKAS sells its accreditation, like the ISO standards, as facilitating free trade and as an alternative to regulation. Gary North’s essay Brexit: Bait and Switch Unplugged summarises the history of globalist plans to control trade by regulation beginning with the Zollverein … Continue reading

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Brexit, UKASexit?

One rotten neologism deserves another. Check the relationship UKAS and the EU share in the creation of waste.   Wilson et al.  estimated that around a third of accreditation victims’ budget goes purely on pleasing the UKAS inspectors. The Spectator draws attention an even greater … Continue reading

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“The biggest scam in history”

“Global warming is the biggest scam in history. I am amazed, appalled and highly offended by it.”   Longtime meteorologist and Weather Channel founder John Coleman “…The bottom line reality to virtually everything today is driven by money, power and control. The climate change … Continue reading

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