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Rae Burz (Love GuRu)
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Just a normal guy. Fledgling blogger. Political guru. New age evangelist.
Just a normal guy. Fledgling blogger. Political guru. New age evangelist.

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We believe anarchy and government go together nicely. Anarchistic government is achievable. A constitutional republic.
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Straight from the Press
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Ramadan Mubarak 2015
Front of the Quran (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Ramadan Mubarak to all! (Forgive my mistakes and stay blessed!) Ramadan  is a holy month for Islam - probably the holiest.  It is a time when Muslims ' Sawm ' (fast) for 30 days and nights.  Sawm is considered t...
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Do those in power believe Breadline Britain is a thing of the past? Do we not have food banks in all British cities these days? Have they learned so little in the last few months, of their vote-winning spree, about the average electorate?

Or do they choose to ignore us? (Now they have our vote - it's sod the lot of them time!) It definitely feels like a 'stuff the electorate vibe'.

I'd like to say that, if Labour, or the Lib Dems (or even the racist/not-really-racist Ukip) had gotten power any of them might have done something to relieve the Austerity; but the truth is none would.

They all seem to have an except-it-and-shut-up view of benefit Britain. Its the silent (unless you live near them) majority that can be ignored.

Fat Cats fund political parties, not the average Joe who works two jobs just to put bread on the table and shoes on his or her kids feet.

We the people of Britain (and most of the civilised world) are under-paid, overworked and under-appreciated by our employers. We have become a commodity. Shelf life one year! Replaceable at will. Recycled or dumped on the scrapheap.

Those in work can't afford to change jobs (if there were any with decent hour - over 23 would be nice) due to debt encouraged by banks, credit cards, pay-day loan services, and sharks. And Bankrupt Britain's not far away. (As one of the many thousands now bankrupt, I can tell you it's not a solution to debt problems - its another restriction to a happy and productive future.)

Those on benefits are even portrayed on TV as lower than dog-shit. No-hopers without the will to work or the gumption to think their way out of the poverty trap. I've been on benefit, and unless you are supper skilled at milking the system (and its designed against it), then you are on bare minimum to a workhouse horse.

The reality of this country is not that it isn't working ... (Its that those in employment are crushed and those looking for employment are ignored.) It can't work!

There's no real infrastructure any more. Where are the jobs of the past? Manual labour has become a dirty word. (Technology rules.) But still, someone has to mine coal, someone has to work steel, someone has to fix the railway, the roads, build houses. Where are these jobs?

Apprenticeships? Where!

There are more people with degrees than there are jobs for them. They are over-qualified before they have any experience.

That doesn't mean there should be less smart people ... on the contrary. They just don't have the work-smarts that employment delivers. A degree alone won't get you a job any more. Employers are looking for life skills too. (And a great Facebook / Twitter / Google+ /Instagram showing isn't proof of life skills - whatever your followers think.)
Social media is great. (If you don't know what Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Instagram can do for you or you're not in these virtual communities then your a dinosaur who's out of the loop.)

 
Social Media Revolution @ YouTube

As I said, social media is 'now'; but if you can't interact with 'real people in the real world' too, then your pretty screwed.

In short the changes on the one hand may be good for reaching out to the world, but on the other hand, the broadband costs are debt-defying. (You might be on the breadline, but life without the net is unprecedented. Unbelievable. And unthinkable.)

More of our lives these days are lived on-line than in the traditional pub. (But when was the last time you saw someone over 30 on-line on a soap opera??)

Lets get Britain working once more!

(End of Rant.)
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"...not so long ago the idea of world government had greater influence in the United States. Amid the enormous destruction unleashed by World Wars I and II, American Presidents successfully championed the establishment of the League of Nations and, later, the United Nations as instruments to curb the narrow nationalism that traditionally had led to war." - Dr. Lawrence S. Wittner

Given the obvious failures of mainstream political figures and the weakness of the United Nations at present, the whole 'One World Government' thing seems decades away. Still, people seem scared by the entire concept.

Early in October, 1945, twenty renown Americans (including physicist Albert Einstein) called for a "Federal Constitution of the World." The concept became that of transforming the United Nations into a world government. Many national organizations endorsed this idea.

However, by the time that the Cold war became the Hot war (in Korea) the whole idea had cooled enough for the movement to stall. So that in the United States what remains today of the world government movement is comprised largely of Citizens for Global Solutions.

Terms like 'utopian ideal' have been handed down by historical commentators of the twentieth century. In this concern, utopian means an idea far-off or generations away - not beyond imaging or far-reaching - but never an empty delusion incapable of guiding political activism.

That said, there are still a few who find the notion simply more than intriguing. For those of us who long for a world state and a world government to be established, there is no doubt in purpose minds that it has to come to fruition eventually...

So, who's afraid of a world government?

Not I! And not any organization I'm willing to become part of either.
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3 Ways How to be More Confident Right Now
Confidence! Free to a Good Home Nurture it Here! Are you confident? Do you wish you were more confident in all arrears of your
life: work, friends, family, relationships, and socialising? Keep reading.   This
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On the Poverty line
David Cameron's from 10 Downing Street website (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Half a million more children in 'absolute poverty' since David Cameron became Prime Minister This is the claim of a Mirror article (25/06/15). But this is not the first headline under...
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On the Poverty line
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This is democracy, and thy need to listen.
"EndAusterityNow" has become a battle cry. Time for a change - austerity is hidden taxation of the poor to help out banking fraternity. The People’s Assembly Against Austerity organised a march, in London on 20 June 2015, of about 250,000 people, to protest...
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