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Commentary :: Labor
On the Power of Money: Three by Eugen Drewermann
02 Apr 2020
Only faith (as in a religion), the "invisible hand," the "law" of the "free" market can judge everything. State interventions can only be annoying. The market itself is allegedly "social". Everyone acts acording to his advantage. The system is not social but lives from the creation of permanent and growing injustice. "Needs" can be produced completely irrationally. Goods are both material and "positional" (Iring Fetscher).
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News :: International
IMF Gold Reserves Can Provide Coronavirus Relief Says Development Group
01 Apr 2020
As the International Monetary Fund, G20 and world leaders consider urgent actions to confront the economic impacts of the coronavirus, a development group says IMF money is available to prevent crisis and support healthcare.
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News :: Globalization
Paraphysique des niveaux d'organisation
01 Apr 2020
L'infini de toutes les histoires...
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Commentary :: International
Economics in the Times of the Coronavirus
31 Mar 2020
Most people’s thinking is determined by the development of the Covid-19 crisis, the return of “the hour of executive power” (Gerhard A. Ritter), i.e. state of exception legislation, and the fears which it evokes as well as the economic measures which appear to be in response to the health crisis.
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News :: International
United Nations Agency Calls for $1 Trillion COVID-19 Debt Relief Package
31 Mar 2020
A United Nations agency that predicted the 2008 financial crisis is calling for $1 trillion in debt relief for developing countries to battle the economic impacts of the coronavirus.
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LOCAL Commentary :: Politics
The Corporatis Demands Social Closenessing By Forcing People To Food-shop During Limited Hours
30 Mar 2020
Back here, the Corporatis demands social closenessing by forcing people to food-shop during limited hours. In Northampton, the 'Big Y' grocery stores are open as:

=/ Effective Thursday, March 19th all Big Y stores will reserve the hours of 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. for customers who are 60 and older or have compromised immune systems.

Regular store hours are now 8 AM to 8 PM until further notice. This will give our store teams time to conduct additional preventive sanitation and restock product on shelves. These are just some of the extra measures Big Y is taking across our entire operation to safeguard the health and well-being of our customers, our associates, and our communities. We appreciate your understanding. /=

This obviously brings us all physically closer together. More 'closeness'.

It is critical to understand that the 'neocons' and 'neolibs' are not like you and me.
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Commentary :: Politics
America 2020: A Nation in Turmoil
29 Mar 2020
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News :: Globalization
Cartographie du morcellement unifié
28 Mar 2020
De faux coupables, l'on fabrique...
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News :: International
IMF Announces Coronavirus Debt Relief and Increased Lending Resources
27 Mar 2020
As the coronavirus continues to take lives and wreak havoc on health systems and the economy, the International Monetary Fund announced plans for debt relief for poor countries and increased lending resources for all countries. 
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Commentary :: Labor
Hayek and the Social Question
27 Mar 2020
Hayek, author of Road to Serfdom, said the market was self-healing and market outcomes were just outcomes. Wages determined by the market were unquestionably just. In his book "Submission as Freedom," Patrick Schreiner explained why public investments and market corrections are vital.
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