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Piketty Puts Capitalism in the Crosshairs and Angry Yoga

The time is right for alternative economics, reducing working hours, community centers, free Internet books, redefining work, strength, health, happiness and success. More at www.freembtranslations.net, www.nextnewdeal.net, www.foreffectivegov.org, www.onthecommons.org, www.therealnews.com, www.billmoyers.com and www.alternativetrademandate.org
Angry Yoga

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Piketty puts Capitalism in the Crosshairs:

 http://kickitover.org/piketty-puts-capital-in-the-crosshairs-video/

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redefining work 08.Jan.2015 05:19

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work is work. France (Piketty home country) has redefined taxes, which has helped completely fucking up that country. Free Internet books? Wow, I want to spend a year working on a book just to give it away. Its what I live for.

I'm always amazed by the people who think things should be free, but won't give away anything they own. Why don't you give up your next weekend, and work for the biggest, oiliest corporation for free. Not volunteering at some shelter, but give it up to MacDonald's, or Exxon? Then we would truly see your commitment to giving things you value (your time) away for free.

France is descending into a morass socialist and sectarian chaos that was born of politically correctness without a sense of consequences. The French government had largely resigned large Muslim areas in France to their own form of government including allowing Sharia law. So much for women s rights and free speech. How do you like your beatings ladies? Our Future? probably.

Meme Wars, The Creative Destruction of Neoclassical Economics 08.Jan.2015 11:24

Kalle Lasn, Adbusters

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