Neoliberalism – An Idea Swallowing The World
Neoliberalism is sold to the public as a simple package that’s easy to understand, in the capable hands of professional politicians and economists. But what lies beneath this pernicious economic idea that is responsible for almost all the chaos we see around the world?
What is the context for Washington’s ongoing economic meddling against the democratic government of Venezuela led by socialist Nicolas Maduro? Daniel Margrain explains…
UK revolution in 2019?
While the political class continue fighting their internal battles over Brexit, a complicit corporate ‘mainstream’ have largely overlooked the plight millions of UK citizens blighted by neoliberal policies of successive UK governments. So is a revolution in order? Daniel Margrain uncovers what is fuelling our discontent…
Truth, Lies, & Intention
We ‘ordinary’ human beings need to improve our ability to discern the intent behind the narrative we are being sold. This is entirely achievable for an individual. To persuade a critical mass of people to ‘wake up’ is an entirely different challenge. Mark GB shares his insights of the people we need to start listening to in 2019.
How Fake News Perpetuates Neoliberalism
Neoliberalism is a toxic economic dogma that has serious social and political consequences. In Britain and the US, mainstream media have a long record of selling neoliberalism to the public and political lawmakers. Recall Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s slogan, “There is no alternative” (TINA). As I document in my new book, Real Fake News (Red Pill Press), elites throughout history have always used information to control the thoughts and actions of the public. But the modern project has stretched itself to the limit, and people are starting to say No.
Left To You
Maximising rational self-interest is such an embedded feature of modern Western culture that we suffer from a deep-rooted, often artificial sense of scarcity – of money, time and connection to others. By observing the Wayuu, Colombia’s indigenous community, we can gain a better understanding of the impact our culture has on our emotional life.
We are all Julian Assange
The repeated attempts by Wikileaks to bring power to account over the last decade has been exemplary. So why is Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, facing the potential of extradition to the US – the worlds leading warmongering state whose crimes he has been instrumental in exposing? Daniel Margrain explains…
The Charitable-Industrial Complex & the perpetual poverty machine
Charitable organisations have been integrated into the broader capitalist system. Their business models are effectively no different in principle to that adopted by the likes of Apple and Amazon. Daniel Margrain questions the notion that capitalists offer the solution to the problems of society.