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It’s all starting to connect…

We know that psychopathy is common among banksters and their ilk. We don’t yet know about the psychiatric state of those who invented and develop accreditation. We do know the stress induced in innocent employees by pointless and obsessive inspection … Continue reading

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The debt’s not so bad – let’s accredit everything but the banks!

  “UK has a large economy of $2480 billion USD, but now holds debt in the size of 75% of economy, which is more than the 60% max debt to economy ratio set by EU for  economic stability standard.  “As of … Continue reading

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Condemned to death by management techniques

Interested to know why? “A few powerful men have hijacked our economic, financial and political structure. They aren’t socialists or capitalists. They’re criminals. They created the culture of materialism, greed and debt, sustained by prodigious levels of media propaganda. Our … Continue reading

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Protesting against rain

“We are all going to get poorer and poorer for the rest of our lives. This is because this country long ago chose to live beyond its means, and the blazing red Final Demands are now cascading on to the … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy grows in the education cartel

An interesting graphical illustration is presented in an article on how the US college cartel has agreed a plan with government and banksters to turn students into perpetual debt slaves.  This increase in management probably has nothing to do with ISO accreditation … Continue reading

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