Getting Started

It’s been a few years now I’ve been commenting and watching the financial system and global economy from just on the periphery between the prophet’s of industry and normal people. After a continual mix of either being banned from sites that focus on such commentary (,,, or sites getting shut down (, I decided it was probably best to post where those who dont like what i have to say need to try a little harder to marginalise my opinions.

I’ll rescue what i can from the great but now deceased sites (for example the newspeak dictionary already posted).

8 thoughts on “Getting Started”

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