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Luxemburgse belasting Witwas-centrales voor Corporate-Crime groter dan gedacht.

( van onze Internationale Elite- Gangster redactie)

AMSTERDAM-NOIR- De belastingontwijking ontduiking in het ‘Witwas-centrale staatje’ Luxemburg door het  ‘Corporate–Crime’ en de echte grote Drugs en War- Lords… 503 more words



This thought-provoking film tackles in startling detail the alarming changes that may face us all.

As the volume of greenhouse gases increases yearly, scientists are warning that the global average temperature could increase by as much as 6 degrees Celsius over the next century, which would cause our world to change radically. 234 more words


Oil rich Africa continues to fulfil promise – to whose benefit?


Kenya has hit it rich.

In May this year multinational oil and gas exploration company Tullow Oil discovered additional oil reserves worth US $10 billion in the South Lokichar basin of arid Turkana land northwest of Nairobi. 827 more words





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In my opinion, Capitalism is an institutionalized system that started in Europe in the 16th century to the 19th century, the time when the development of commercial banking in Europe. 447 more words


Marcus Ampe reblogged this on Marcus Ampe's Space and commented:

Ideologically capitalism may be an economic system which manages the process of production and distribution of the goods and services, but in reality man is been taken by all the products being created and has fallen victim of its own greed. + To remember:

  • Capitalism = institutionalized system > started in Europe 16th century to the 19th century
  • group of individuals and groups can act as a specific entity that can have a trade or private property
  • free market where prices are determined by supply and demand, for the sake of making a profit > status protected by the state through ownership rights and obedience to laws of the state or to those who are bound by a contract
  • source of wealth > money or material that we need to make a profit
  • mode of production > capital and its various forms = major tool in the production
  • economical activity which intended to the markets and endorsed in order to generate the earnings from the commuting market.
  • economic system which manages the process of production and distribution of the goods and services.
+ To take note: Capitalism brought perhaps bigger portions of the means of production and material owned by the individual, who takes more than he really needs. This results in voracity and a figurative and literal bulimia. Normally goods and services should be traded competitively in the free market but we notice that certain groups gain such power that they push out all competitors and get monopolies (often under the form of sub-companies, so that people do not notice it). The owners of small capital (smallholders) are just not able to compete against the owners of capital and big concerns or multinationals. The writer says the advantage of capitalism is "Improved quality of goods", but we clearly can see, and in Europe it is proven that many companies lowered the quality of their products or the life-age, so that they can sell more. Quality has been left aside to gain quantity. The writer of the article also finds it an advantage that "products are more varied", but today we have less variety of choice than 40 years ago. The companies press and present that what they want to sell and the consumer just has to follow. Today it is impossible to find in the shops the same maps as you used for your filing cabinet 2 or more years ago. Today we can see enough proof how capitalism  fooled the people and how much it brought failure to the creation. Animals and plants have become the greatest victims of human greed and search for a capitalist world, where they can not share any more. Unless we “embrace radical change ourselves" very soon we shall drown ourselves, taking many with us. Perhaps more people would consider the words spoken by the new Pope Francis:
“If we destroy Creation, Creation will destroy us!”

The meaning of Property: Freedom

This is a transation of the article “De betekenis van bezit: Vrijheid”, which appeared earlier on this website.


Dark clouds hang over Europe. More and more people feel the consequences of the economic crisis which was caused by neoliberal casino-capitalism. 815 more words