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THE BEADY EYE ASKS: Is François Hollande Re-Electable?

(One minute read)

At the moment, it seems as if he had only one overriding goal:

The most unpopular French leader in postwar history.

To run for re-election in 2017 — despite everything. 983 more words

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THE BEADY EYE LOOKS AT WHAT NEEDS TO CHANGE IN THE WORLD. PART FIVE- WHO OR WHAT CONTROLS US?

How many times have you heard that we humans are “using up” the world’s resources, “running out” of oil, “reaching the limits” of the atmosphere’s capacity to cope with pollution or “approaching the carrying capacity” of the land’s ability to support a greater population? 3,567 more words

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THE BEADY EYE LOOKS AT WHAT NEEDS TO CHANGE IN THE WORLD: PART ONE - The world’s urban population.

This is your world.

We have to see the world through issues and action.

It does not belong to me or you or any Generation, to any Religion, any Terrorist, any Government, any algorithms, any Holograms, any World Monopoly whether its called Google, Face Book or Twitter, or any Sovereign Wealth Fund ( see previous Posts) 2,466 more words

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Distribution of Wealth according to the Sages

“An imbalance between rich and poor is the oldest and most fatal ailment of all republics.” –Plutarch, ancient Greek biographer .

“The disposition to admire, and almost to worship, the rich and the powerful, and to despise, or, at least, to neglect persons of poor and mean condition is the great and most universal cause of the corruption of our moral sentiments.” – Adam Smith, Scottish political economist, author, … 384 more words

America

The USA, land of multi-millionaires

Source: Too Much.

If you ambition is to be a millionaire or multi-millionaire, your chances are probably greater here in the United States than they are any place else.  214 more words

The 1% And The 99%

Response to "Are Christianity and Capitalism Compatible?"

Source post is here.

Thanks for the link back to my post.

A comment on the history of economics (see Nasar’s “The Grand Pursuit”), motivated primarily by the principle that just as we should not hold Christ responsible for all the terrible things done in his name, so we should not hold Adam Smith responsible for all the things done in his name. 377 more words

Christianity

THE BEADY EYE ( PART THREE) ASK'S WHY IS THE WORLD LIKE THIS.

Our painting of the world now has three elements Money, Religion and the Gun, but how do we knit them together into our modern-day canvas. 1,135 more words

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