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Monthly Archives: July 2017

Post-WW2 the Economy Was Interfered With – for the Worse

After WW2 the lack of labour force drove policies towards altering immigration. Within a decade immigration law changed in all Anglo-phone countries. Why? Sticking with the economic laws of supply and demand we can safely assume that labour shortages were driving up prices. Yet at the same time we hear that returned servicemen were struggling […]

Forward Movement Concepts

Starting is the hardest part. For those deeply effected by the deracination fo the last decades your have a huge hit to your self-esteem on a very deep level. To overcome it you have gone through many trials and difficult cognitive dissonances that prevent action outside typical scopes (make money, make rock and roll, make […]