Monthly Archives: December 2015

Viewpoint from Danny Dorling on Inequality and the 1%

Originally posted on Policy and Politics Journal:
Danny Dorling Over the festive period, spare a thought for the 1% lowest earners in the UK. Read on if you care… The Conservatives won a narrow majority in May 2015. The result…

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Switzerland asserts its National Identity in Right-Wing Election Victory

Acting Man Blog Switzerland Asserts its National Identity in Right-Wing Election Victory  December 10, 2015 | Author Claudio Grass Concerns over Immigration Motivated Voters – Relations with the EU may come under Severe Strain On October 18th, the Swiss went to … Continue reading

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The smell of war is in the air…

Originally posted on SLAVYANGRAD.org:
Original: Publizist.ru / Nikolai Yurenev Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by @GBabeuf The putrid smell of war draws near. It is still difficult to make out, and for many—altogether impossible, but war is coming for us. As for…

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