Category Archives: Economy

Technological ‘progress’ means environmental regress

This is why you should not listen and follow blindly successful CEO or businessman. We need to analyse what is the sacrifice of their success – is it more important than the success itself? From Zero Hedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/darn-inconvenient-apple-destroying-planet-maximize-profits Darn, This … Continue reading

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Money burning unicorns

Yeah, taxi companies have to count for cost of gasoline, compliance to regulation, maintenance, etc, etc, whereas those ‘startup’ capturing market share by pumping trillions of dollars of investment fund – losing money like crazy – how does it even … Continue reading

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Homogenization of culture

From http://sacred-economics.com/sacred-economics-chapter-15-local-and-complementary-currency/ One of the effects of a homogeneous national or global currency is the homogenization of culture. As the money realm expands to include more and more of material and social life, our materials and relationships become standardized commodities, … Continue reading

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Green economy is not greener as it seems…

Article from Russia Today: https://www.rt.com/news/472337-green-economy-fraud-marketing/ Eco-consciousness has become a winning marketing strategy, but products sold as eco-friendly often aren’t. From solar panels to paper straws, many of our supposed environmental saviors are making the problem worse. The fight against climate … Continue reading

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What globalism did to people

A good article from Zero Hedge: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/what-weve-lost Documentary on the decline of small farms and the rural economy in France highlights what we’ve lost in the decades-long rush to globalize and financialize everything on the planet— what we call Neoliberalism, the … Continue reading

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