Archive for October, 2009

 

Ethics, Politics and Sovereign Nation Building

October 25th, 2009

There is a common “thread” that runs through history; first establishment, then development, later the zenith is reached and the inevitable decline.  No empire, nation or grouping of peoples, to date, has deviated from this pattern.
 
This pattern flows in the background, while in the foreground political games occur.  The general populace assumes that it is [...]

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COAG Governance and Economic Development

October 22nd, 2009

The scale of Governance that exists today is immense; however its mechanism is consistent and follows a predictable pattern. Sadly, Australia Governance has become large and unwieldy, almost existing for its own sake, rather than as part of a mechanism to achieve an end for the populace.
Governance can be likened to an inherited bureaucratic machine [...]

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What is our obligation to asylum seekers and what is the relationship of this obligation to Australia’s foreign relations and our own economic development.

October 18th, 2009

There exists so much entrenched hatred that does not develop out of thin air. Each war that has resulted in the creation of refugees in this region starting from the boat people from the Vietnam conflict to the recent conflict in Sir Lanka has had its basis in an economic failure and a political [...]

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Is the real economic crisis ahead?

October 17th, 2009

Australia, like many other nations, will exist in the flux of a massive geopolitical shift, if the US undergoes a second round of financial collapse.  That collapse will tear at the economic and political stability of the United States. Unfortunately we have positioned ourselves to be at the mercy of international finance, and have neglected [...]

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A Recovery ahead?

October 13th, 2009

It is likely the value of US dollar will continue to drop because the massive US debt. This may be stimulating a dumping of the US currency. There is a real concern that any financial stimulus in the US is being maintained by the US Federal Reserve producing liquidity, and that stimulus is inflationary.
The US [...]

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Where is Australia heading?

October 8th, 2009

The Australian Labor Government, under Kevin Rudd, claims that their stimulus packages and their superior economic governance are leading the Australian economic recovery. The opposition Liberal Party, under the leadership of Malcolm Turnbull claims any resilience of the Australian economy is due to the previous superior management of the Liberal Party under the previous Australian [...]

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What will October look like in 2009?

October 8th, 2009

The analysis
We need to be focused on the US economy. It is possible that the US dollar may tend to hyper inflate as the US Federal Reserve “quantitatively eases” the pressure on the US economy.  The quantitative easing that the US Federal Reserve will embark upon will be the creation more money; hence the inflation [...]

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Daring to be Different?

October 2nd, 2009

Wilson Tucky’s declaring that he would not vote for an emissions trading scheme or for any amendment to the scheme, may raise division for the Liberal Party and even change its leader; some may claim this is his purpose or perhaps however, is Mr Tucky  viewing things from a different perspective than the common run?

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