The system is incestuous I am a freelance translator of German articles on economic ethics,anti-militarism and liberation theology.and grateful recipient ofsocial security disability. The 4th estate is not for the state(Amy Goodman). We must all work to win people to the leftdiscourse against capital and empire, against trickle downhocus pocus and expansion of the financial sector. everythingto stabilize the financial sector andnothing to everything else!).Here's a link to my home page with links to "The System isIncestuous" and "Novelists on the Vancouver Riot." Enjoy!Maybe disillusionment can be a new beginning (DougHenford, Left Business Observer).The financial crisis that became a global economic crisis and a state debt crisis requires a system change. The horse must be set before the cart. The horse is economicrecovery. Once we create jobs (and close the tax havens),the deficit will gradually decline (Robert Kuntner,The American Prospect).
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