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Agenda 21 and Environmental Marxism – Christopher Monckton

Agenda 21 and Environmental Marxism – Christopher Monckton

Good afternoon everybody. It’s my very, very great pleasure to have been asked about three minutes ago to introduce Lord Christopher Monckton to this group. This is going to be something very unusual for you. It’s not very often that you find yourself in an entirely friendly environment. Some months ago Christopher (Essex) at one of our Saturday morning sessions told me that he was thinking of inviting Lord Monckton to give the Nerenberg lecture and I immediately said Chris,…

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What’s Happening with U.K. Elections

What’s Happening with U.K. Elections

We knew this was going to be a historic election. But we had no idea how historic, in fact, the outcome became. To use the word stunning is a little bit of an understatement. What brought the United Kingdom to its third general election in almost four years was its very difficult relationship with the European Union and making a decisive break from the European Union. The Conservative Party under the leadership of prime minister Boris Johnson had one simple…

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Was Karl Marx right? | The Economist

Was Karl Marx right? | The Economist

Karl Marx is often described as one of the greatest thinkers of the 19th century. His writings have inspired revolutions, and generated centuries of fierce debate. Born in Prussia, now Germany, in May 1818, Marx believed that capitalism, which was in its infancy at the time, had serious flaws. Marx claimed that in pursuit of profit, capitalists would encourage their ideology that work is good, leisure is bad, and material things will make us happy. Embracing mass production, depriving workers…

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State of the Nation 2017

State of the Nation 2017

I’m so excited to be doing this. It feels like the world is being run by the commenters from the stuff.co.nz comment section. But that’s what makes me so excited about today. Ladies and gentlemen, the leaders of the next government of New Zealand: Andrew Little, Metiria Turei, James Shaw and Annette King. We’ve been told for weeks that it’s summer. And you go out the door and it’s windy… and then the very weekend that Labour and the Greens…

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Speaker Spotlight: Parag Khanna

Speaker Spotlight: Parag Khanna

Parag, thank you so much for joining Doha Debates. My pleasure. – So first of all, let’s crack on with the basics. What do you describe as globalization? Because everyone seems to have their own idea. They shouldn’t, because globalization really shouldn’t have many definitions. It encompasses many, many things, maybe an infinite number of things, but it should be defined as the movement of goods, people, services, data, ideas, technologies from place to place. It doesn’t have to be…

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What Is The Deficit?

What Is The Deficit?

What is the deficit, and what is the debt? And why does it matter? The deficit is falling this year! Getting the deficit down Budget deficit Don’t deal with the deficit Running an enormous deficit Tackle the debt and the deficit left behind by the last Labour government You’re going to hear a lot in this election about the debt and the deficit. Even some politicians can’t get their heads around the big numbers involved. You haven’t got an equivalent…

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Jeremy Corbyn warning: Winston Churchill’s chilling view of socialist Labour Party exposed – News 2

Jeremy Corbyn warning: Winston Churchill’s chilling view of socialist Labour Party exposed – News 2

 Mr Corbyn’s 2019 manifesto has been sold by the shadow chancellor John McDonnell as the “most radical” manifesto the Labour Party has ever written, and is expected to be released soon  As a known socialist, many comparisons have been drawn between Mr Corbyn and Clement Attlee, the former Labour Prime Minister who has been praised by many Corbyn supporters for the radical reforms he introduced After serving as Mr Churchill’s deputy during the wartime coalition government, Mr Attlee stood against…

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Must Be Corbyn (Socialism’s Coming) – Left Said Fred feat. The Tony Benn-ettes

Must Be Corbyn (Socialism’s Coming) – Left Said Fred feat. The Tony Benn-ettes

Who’s got a beard that’s short and white? Corbyn’s got a beard that’s short and white Who’s gonna win on election night? Corbyn’s gonna win on election night Election night, Beard that’s white Must be Corbyn, Jeremy Corbyn, Jeremy Corbyn for PM Who’s got a book that’s little and red? Corbyn’s got a book that’s little and red Living wage for the reindeers pulling the sled? Living wage for the reindeers pulling the sled Pulling the sled, Little and red,…

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How to defeat fascism BLACK PANTHER STYLE! | Ash Sarkar

How to defeat fascism BLACK PANTHER STYLE! | Ash Sarkar

I think it’s essential we take this fight against fascism seriously, because It’s not about morality it’s about preventing the next atrocity now. I believe in punching Nazis, I think it’s effective, I also think it’s a fun day out for the family. But not everyone is going to feel comfortable pursuing that kind of action, there needs to be other things they can participate in. The problem with anti-fascist movements, is that we’ve been happy for too long to…

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Was the IRA Left Wing?

Was the IRA Left Wing?

One of the questions I hear time and time again asked by people from all over the world, and indeed even by some people here in Ireland, is “Was the Irish Republican Army left-wing?”, so let’s answer that question once and for all. Today we’ll be talking about the history of revolutionary struggle here in Ireland, with a particular focus on the political positions of the groups carrying out those rebellions. The revolutionary struggle of the people of Ireland has…

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