come gather round you sons of Russia enrich soil who don't understand?
n.b. It is reported in the NY Times that Russian military losses are in excess of 200,000, not counting the captured. That land must hold a lot of value to Moscow if it is happy to spread so much blood and bone.
long-term investment everyone wants a pie slice who's brokering peace?
n.b. I notice that the UK economy is the only large richer nationforecast to be in economic decline in 2023, despite Johnson acting as arms salesman par excellence. The arms industry is doing very well, so the rest of the UK economy must be in a hell of a slump.
paramedics wait up patients in car parks for hours our chronic decline
n.b. All very well spending £ billions of the public‘s taxed money on an aircraft carrier which broke on sea trials, PPE that was useless and never used, bureaucracy to leave the EU, (our biggest trading partner), but nothing invested in hospitals for those very taxpayers.
Meanwhile, tax dodging (avoidance and evasion) of the highest orderpersists by those actually in the highest executive positions of power.
Tax the richest harder. No such thing as trickle down economics, as the rich get richer and the gap widens between the excess of haves and the poverty of have nots.
The UK is a shambolic mess. How not to run a country.
caterpillar tracks loaded onto railway trucks shareholders cash in
n.b. As we move closer to open conflict between Russia and “The West” I attended a party recently at which there was open talk about moving savings intoarms manufacturing shares and disappointment expressedat missing out on buying stock in an American armament corporation. Ironically, it was at a wake.
There was also talk of fear of direct war with Russia...as opposed to what? A proxy war that sacrifices the very last Ukrainian?