Britons have been promised salvation in a “higher wage, lower welfare, lower tax society”. This is austerity rebranded, another cover story for looting the nation and enriching the elite. Debt peonage in a corporate state is what the future really holds for most people. Continue reading


Runaway governments

Another absurd theatrical performance this week in Westminster, mother of parliaments and nerve center of Britain’s democracy export industry. All three leaders of the major political parties,  David, Nick and Ed, were passionately exercised by the further delay of a report into Britain’s role in the 2003 Iraq War. Ed was particularly funky. But of course they are all conspirators in yet another illegal ongoing war- this time in Syria – and cynicism is in order. Continue reading