Posts Tagged ‘g8’

Protesters are not rioters!

June 28, 2010

Corporate news labels protesters violent by focusing on rioters. The overwhelming majority of protesters are actually non violent. Love em, hate em, they’re hippies and they’re pacifists- not rioters. Corporate wants the general public to miss the point. As usual, they polarize the issue. They make it seem as though there are only 2 sides to the debate; we in the silent majority can choose between the G20 and the Anarchists. (more…)

Toronto hosts the G20, G8, G# group of G’s.

June 15, 2010


Surely these leaders could meet over video chat whenever necessary, so lets ignore the obvious here and dispel any notion that these 20 people need to physically meet. This is a display, not a meeting, and they’re looking for a big negative reaction. They know there will be aggressive protesting, you would only hold such an event in the core of a major city if you were looking for trouble. (more…)

Quality over Cost

September 14, 2009

I haven’t got a problem with money. ‘Money’ done properly could be a great system for keeping track of who’s done what and who deserves how much. The problem is that money is awarded not dependent on who is making the best contribution, but rather on who can turn the crank the fastest. (more…)

How to win at Globalization

May 25, 2009


The old conservative principle was to help business to better the national economy. Sure they’re a dirty oil company, but their OUR dirty oil company. Cut corporate taxes to support them, subsidies to encourage growth, ease regulations, which in turn benefits us all- like giving the ball to your fastest player. (more…)