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« Systems Science and the Political Economy | Main | Governance of an Economy »

August 06, 2014

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kt256

Interestingly war seems to kill less people than the drive to put ever more people into the world.

GaryA

Over in Europe there has been 'celebrations' over the 100th Anniversery of WW1- the whole thing is crass and tacky...is there no anniversary too sick, that the media and their puppet masters in the political classes won’t celebrate?
Ten million deaths as the result of two obscure Royals being assassinated; 75% of Russian soldiers being killed-well they were only peasants
100 years later we are still plauged by elites running amock in finance and realpolitics killing millions or reducing their lives to wage slavery
Lions led by lunatics; sheeple led by sociopaths...not that much has changed after all.

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