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Retirement age and the fallacy of progress

Weird as it seems, facing the tumultuous panorama out there and the aimless trajectory of our societies only focused in the optimization of finances and consumption of useless stuff, we can’t avoid to ask ourselves if the Nazi ideology surreptitiously is running behind the minds of a lot of leaders worldwide, and their obsession in mind control {Go1}. 632 more words

Civilizational Crisis

Ageism 2

Here we go. The article in this morning Times of India talks about it.

With only 7% workforce in over 50 age band, clearly most organisations are focusing on the young ones. 207 more words

Random Thoughts


I know its not a big deal for you popular bloggers but I have just achieved a 100 followers, 104 to be precise. Considering my intention was never to court people to read my blogs Im quite pleased. 446 more words

Mandatory retirement: Airing views on National Radio

I was recently invited to participate in a panel discussion on Mandatory Retirement on the Marian Finucane Show on RTE Radio 1. (For readers outside of Ireland, RTE Radio is the Radio arm of the Irish national public service broadcaster, Raidió Teilifís Éireann and the Marian Finucane show is one of Ireland’s highest rated weekend programs.) 202 more words


Can I Afford to Retire?

Perhaps the biggest financial issue people try to understand is their own retirement situation. Will you have enough cash flow to live as you would like in retirement? 467 more words

Mark Leibman

EU Commission concerned with Polish women retirement age

The European Commission  is concerned that reintroducing a different retirement age for men and women in Poland could violate the bloc’s equality rules, according to a letter from Brussels. 326 more words


Mandatory Retirement

I was delighted to be interviewed by the Irish Independent journalist Kim Bielenberg last week for his feature on Jobs for the over 65s. My input was on the far-reaching effects of mandatory retirement at age 65 and how it affected me. 9 more words