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The New Rulers Of The World - By John Pilger - video

The New Rulers Of The World – By John Pilger

Note: This documentary was made some 15 years ago. What has changed?  Your comments are welcome! 691 more words

Business

WHICH BUSINESS ROOF WILL YOU LIKE TO BE UNDER?

If you are told that the business colours presented to you will be the business roofs you are likely to have over your head forever, which of these rainbow colours will you paint your work life? 220 more words

Digital Technology

What do you really see in the world today and does it matter?

In your daily activities, do you see the image of the thing or the thing itself! Life is life. People are people. Things are just things! 347 more words

Why - The Inspired Word

Anti-TTIP Protest in Bristol Today to Defend NHS

The internet petitioning organisation, 38 Degrees, is organising a protest in Bristol today against the TTIP and the privatisation of the NHS. The TTIP is the proposed international trade agreement, which would give businesses the right to sue national governments if they passed legislation that harmed their profits. 421 more words

Politics

BARAKA - 1992 DOCUMENTARY

Without words, cameras show us the world, with an emphasis not on “where,” but on “what’s there.” It begins with morning, natural landscapes and people at prayer: volcanoes, water falls, veldts, and forests; several hundred monks do a monkey chant. 82 more words

CLIMATE CHANGE

What happens when the hypermarkets close

Are you old enough to remember local high streets filled with independent shops?  A newsagents, a butchers, a grocery shop?
Now, remember when the big shiny multinational superstores came along?   66 more words

Consummerism

Startups are from Mercury, Bigcos are from Jupiter -- How to build a match made in the heavens

I’ve worked at startups, big companies, startups that became big companies, you get the picture. Upon reflection, during a lot of that time I’ve been an interpreter, translating startup and big company needs to their counterparts in the hopes of the trite yet elusive “win-win” relationship. 2,087 more words

Start-ups