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Chugger

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  1. Land. It all makes it's way into land and therefore the 'owners' of it.
  2. http://www.prosper.org.au/2013/02/04/if-you-run-a-business-on-rented-premises-and-arent-a-full-on-georgist-you-need-your-head-read/
  3. Sounds about right. I think that's how it went down in Italy. Does anyone know who's paying for this, and who will eventually own it?
  4. x3 I've only been to the cinema once in the past 3 years, and even then I winged at the Orange Wendesday price. You've absolutely NO chance of me paying full price these days for what will inevitably be a pile of trash featuring cans of Pepsi and Apple Macs shoved in my face like I'm too stupid to notice.
  5. I know a few squatters and they squat in order to set up social centres which would otherwise be impossible without financial assistance to pay the rent (which always comes with a variety of conditions). Usually they strike a deal with the landlord of empty properties because they take such good care of them. I'm not denying the existance of junky squatters, but getting rid of squatters rights won't get rid of their sort, they spend all day breaking the law, what does one more matter to them?
  6. +1 Just look at the uniform these days. Coppers are walking around town centres with army boots with black combat trousers tucked into them. Are they going to be wading through rivers whilst on duty? No, it's completely intimidatory. They are enforcers, we are the enforced.
  7. I don't consider Landlords to be the producers of anything. They profit from witholding access to property and only serve as a pot of cash from which maintenance is made. If the property belonged to a housing co-operative those profits would go back to the co-operative to be used for maintenance rather than being used to buy a new BMW X5 every year and botox for Mrs. Landlord. Plus the tenants would have an active say in the place they live in and its maintenance, which avoids problems caused by lack of responsibility you sometimes get with social housing. ****** landlords!
  8. If you'd read the thread you'd know that George Osborne is there as the Chancellor of the exchequer and not as a private individual. We're paying for him to meet with other rulers in secrecy. Thanks for contributing..
  9. Yeah apparently they compile the list from various sources, and there are always attendees who aren't on any list. This year Bill Gates wasn't on any attendee list, but he's there.
  10. Bilderberg 2011: George Osborne attending as chancellor So the Chancellor of the Exchequer is attending this meeting in his official role? It'll be interesting to see what comes from a Freedom of Information request.
  11. I heard some shady things about the Trilateral commission and another one called the Council on Foreign Relations. Conspiracy or not, the Japanese have a great word to explain why it should be a major concern. Apologies for the wiki links, I didn't have time to look for better (nor could I really be arsed)
  12. Has anybody listened to this yet who has a good explanation why Bilderberg is still no cause for concern? I'm more than happy to have my mind put at ease.
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