Economics

We Are Living in a Sociopathic Economic System Which is Not Democracy

Marianne Williamson is wise leader.

I have observed and experienced what she stating.  It is most definitely a wake up call.  I have heard the call.  I feel her truth.

The disconnect is to do with mind identification (objectification) rather than a heart centred approach to life where there is healthy connection.… Continue reading

Who Regulates Petrol Prices in Australia and How Ethical are Prices?

I highly recommend people report when they suspect the petrol pumped is not accurate.  I looked at my fuel gauge today and the price dropped from 1.48 to 1.23 and it seems I have the same amount of petrol.  I am concerned that the operators are stopping petrol, as there is a period… Continue reading

Vienna TEDx talk: What is the Goal of the Economy? A Common Good?

The economy is on its head.  The present economic model is not taking care of the planet or people.  The majority want a alternative economic order.

He asks important questions.  Yes, there are plenty of alternatives, we all get to choose.  He speaks of the economy of the common good as… Continue reading

Caring Economics

I felt inspired around this topic.

The first video is Matthieu Ricard and the second is Denis Snower at the World Economic Forum speaking about Caring economics.

Matthieu Ricard has written books on happiness.  He is a Buddhist.

Capitalism is not configured to deal with poverty, inequality, externalities, the commons and global problems… Continue reading

Oil Wars are Fracking the United States

William Engdahl I have discovered.

F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook.”
https://journal-neo.org/2018/07/06/washington-s-latest-myths-lies-and-oil-wars/

Some key thoughts:  strategic disruption, high speed rail link… Continue reading

The Climate Change of Economics

We need re-new-able economic thinking (and feeling).

https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/inet-memo-to-g20-the-trouble-with-economic-research-evaluation

Research Evaluation in Economic Theory and Policy: Identifying and Overcoming Institutional Dysfunctions


In a memo for the G20, INET calls for… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”

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