The most common rhetoric by UK politicians is usuallly how public sector institutions are too expensive to run and therefore unsustainable. But are these institutions really costly to run? If they are, why does most of them when privatized, suddenly start making profits? Isn't the stark reality that they are expensive because they are run [by staff] and used [by the population] with reckless abandon?
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Political leaders in the West, mainly UK and USA has crossed the very extremely thin line of fighting terrorism and now seems to have landed into paranoia. The strong paranoia exhibited has led to Isis playing like manipulators. And to be frank, as of today, Isis has become masters in that manipulation.