Broken Britain 3: ‘strong and stable government’: by the rich, for the rich, at the expense of the rest
Those who are ‘just about managing’ live in the only ‘big advanced economy’ in which wages contracted (2007-2015) while the economy expanded, the cost of living rose and multinational profits rocketed.
Pett lists the end goals which would benefit the 99% and the wreckers
As Eisenhower said, we need a humane government which would focus on the well-being of all, not the profits of the few and stop being complicit in slaughter . . .
and we should strengthen local/regional economies.
Close the global casino and the revolving door between big business and government
and offer all, especially superfluous managers and young commodity traders, socially beneficial work
Posted on May 1, 2017, in Agriculture, Arms trade, Austerity, Climate change, Conflict of interest, Corporate political nexus, Cuts, Defence, Democracy undermined, Economy, Foreign policy, Government, Inequality, Military matters, NHS, Revolving door, Transport, Vested interests and tagged commodity traders, Eisenhower, global casino, John Maynard Keynes, Pett, strong government, the rich. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.