Economic Chaos 100 years later

After the end of World War Number 1

After the the Second World War the decisions taken at Bretton Woods were instigated

Now we have the current situation:

Nobody prevented those previous catastrophes, tho’ some knew what was happening …

And we can’t say that we DON’T  know exactly what’s on the way … sorry guys


What’s your Story?

There’s only so much time and then it’s gone. When it’s gone it’s gone

~Burning Woman~

[a short story by Sha’Tara]

I think we should observe one-another more; and without judgment. Not much of a starting line to a story, but where to start anyway? With the obvious, I suppose.

I normally work around the town of Abbotsford. It’s there that I noticed him last year. At first I paid no heed, but as he kept appearing along the streets I normally drive, I began to wonder about him. He was in his early forties I’d say, of normal height, that is, about my size; dressed clean, not expensive. Jeans, sweat shirt, jacket, on if it was cool or off on warmer days and slipped in the lower straps of the pack he carried. He was usually clean shaven, but sometimes he’s sport a short beard and mustache. He had reddish hair, curly and cut fairly short, complemented by that cheap Irish skin, you know the…

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The birds, the bees, and Holden Caulfield

What kind of future faces our descendants? It’s surely the main issue? There’s some hope Louis, but how much?

Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist

In “Catcher in the Rye”, one sign of Holden Caulfield’s looming nervous breakdown is his worries over the ducks in Central Park:

The funny thing is, though, I was sort of thinking of something else while I shot the bull. I live in New York, and I was thinking about the lagoon in Central Park, down near Central Park South. I was wondering if it would be frozen over when I got home, and if it was, where did the ducks go. I was wondering where the ducks went when the lagoon got all icy and frozen over. I wondered if some guy came in a truck and took them away to a zoo or something. Or if they just flew away.

The title of the novel stems from Holden’s misreading of Robert Burns’s “Comin’ Through the Rye”. He sees himself as protector of children playing in a huge rye field near a cliff. If…

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We don’t have power to change anything

This is from some years ago: Nobody thought it meant anything much then …

This is more recent: Nobody thinks that it applies to us…

We can only sit and watch our screens: We’re totally bound up within our surroundings: Gunther Anders :

We have all the information we need already guys.