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Berlioz has a post here that is crucial reading and is an entirely independent and refreshing view of the economic problems besieging the world.
Although the analogy with the natural world has some merit, I think that the natural world is far more ruthless than humanity. There is very little care for the sick and defective in the natural world, and the laws of nature and natural selection are tough but have meant survival of the species.
The very interesting parellel and commonality between nature and man’s world is the loss of land/habitat. This is the major reason for extinction of natural species and could also prove to be the reason for our extinction in the worst case scenario.
A worthwhile read. Thanks so much, Berlioz
The association is propagating and teaching the ideas and principles of the American economist and social philosopher Henry George.
If you read the speech you will find it was no April fool’s joke. We learnt, that about four hundred people attended who each paid a 50 cents entrance fee.
George suggests, it is not a crime to be poor but poverty is a social crime of which we, the whole society, are all guilty of. It…
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