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The World is Getting Better, not Worse – Unity of Thought in World Undertakings

The World is Getting Better, not Worse – Unity of Thought in World Undertakings The world is getting better, not worse. It can be proven. By measuring the increase in something called “unity of thought in world undertakings.” Whenever all … Continue reading

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Parliamentary Speeches of Maria Klaus – BIRTH OF IDEAL CAPITALISM – On Consultation

INTERVIEW SOUNDBITES 5 (translated from Aussish) PEOPLE BEING INTERVIEWED IN A SUPERMARKET (SHOPPER 1) “She had an unusual religion. Where you can’t get involved in partisan politics. You know? Really. You can’t run for office. Only if you’re appointed. And … Continue reading

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Parliamentary speeches of Maria Klaus – BIRTH OF IDEAL CAPITALISM – On Student Debt

INTERVIEW SOUNDBITES 8  (Translated from Aussish) (COOK/OWNER of a tiny felafel place talks across the counter to a CUSTOMER) “Yeah, I remember one of Maria Klaus’ speeches.” “Which one?” “The one about the student debt crisis.” “They say she did … Continue reading

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Parliamentary Speeches of Maria Klaus – BIRTH OF IDEAL CAPITALISM – On Work

INTERVIEW SOUNDBITES 3 (translated from Aussish) (COLLEGE STUDENTS AT A CAFETERIA TABLE): (STUDENT 1) “The Capitalists, the capitalists. She kept using this funny term. And at first we didn’t even know who she was talking about. Then little by little … Continue reading

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