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Splitting Pennies - Understanding Forex By Joseph Gelet
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Forex is all around you, even now, as you read this webpage. You have had a feeling all your life, something is wrong with our world. Something about our economic system just doesn't add up. Where... More > does all the money go? The government? What do "They" do with it? Every minute, our money is worth less and less. We are forced to work more, and more; to compensate for this discrepancy. Who is to blame? How does this system function? Is there a way to profit from it? Is there a way to protect ourselves from this financial Matrix? What does the future hold? Splitting Pennies answers all this and more. Splitting Pennies is the defining doctrine describing our global financial system through the prism of its mechanism: Forex. Increase your Forex IQ or enjoy a story of modern finance.< Less
Global Nonkilling Working Papers #6: Gandhi’s “Soul Force” and Paige’s “Software” for a Nonkilling Society By Maorong Jiang
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This paper aims to study the core value of Gandhi’s “soul force” and Paige’s “software” as to promote nonkilling at both state and individual levels. This action... More > is perceived as a transformation of power shifting from the State to individuals. Despite its distance from our reality, it represents an emerging phenomenon based on the State’s loss of authority. While it is going to be an emerging issue if one looks into any problems of a society in which the State has less authority than individual human beings, it is certain that the State action of the murderous na-ture will first become much less dangerous to hu-manity. This is a huge progress for a nonkilling soci-ety we envision. Paige’s dream of that society relies on his first condition that “governments do not le-gitimize” killing, one of the major components of a nonkilling software for a peaceful humanity.< Less
Sympathy and Width By Joseph McConnell
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The brightest light to shine above drones. Temperit Linson, a figurehead of hope and rebellion, stirs droves of disenfranchised citizens against the regimented, freedom-less societies of the future... More > world. Jonathan, an author and rabble rouser, in his psychosis, learns of the super human powers that belong to his alter ego, Temperit Linson. In an embattled America, which is now controlled by the elite technologically superior government The Academy, little hope for the continuation of the world we knew exists. The only prospect of change lies within Temperit Linson and his unbreakable spirit. Being pursued by the government and protected by his followers, Jonathan must choose between a regular life….or give in to his alter ego and take on the dark and unsympathetic world.< Less
The Nigerian Visitors And Foreign Investors' Guide By Mercedez C
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The practical guide to potential Nigerian investors and visitors, in an easy to read format. It contains information on investment opportunities, government incentives, business guidelines,... More > entertainment spots and daily survival guides. Nigeria is anxious for sophisticated investors to develop businesses within its borders. In its desire to assure that foreign investors succeed, government has authorized numerous incentives including tax moratoriums. There is a section on the practicality of doing business within Nigeria, which is an honest appraisal of the current state of business in Nigeria and gives cautions where certain things are less than optimal. The would be investors who desires to explore the opportunities for doing business in Nigeria should take a second look at the practical guidelines in the book prior to making the first site trip.< Less
Strutting On Thin Air By Chris Benjamin
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Decline by aloof inadvertence is a uniquely British accomplishment. And achieved only by an elusive blend of skewed education, disinterest by governments and Whitehall, a myopic blindness to other... More > national idioms for whom industry has been the driver of their development, and a managerial ethos undermined by the dysfunctional “disciplines” of City investors and banks. After a Whitehall career working with British industry and experience of cooperating with/competing against companies from other nations, Chris Benjamin casts a wry view over our national quirks and points up the challenges confronting any sustainable “rebalancing” to compensate for the implosion of financial services. “Churchill declared that he would like to see ‘Finance less proud and industry more content.’ Chris Benjamin has seen at firsthand what happens when this sage advice is ignored by successive governments.” William Keegan, CBE. Senior Economics Commentator, The Observer.< Less
"Our Time Will Come Again:" Tracing the Story of the Technical University of British Columbia (paperback) By John Trueman
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The Technical University of British Columbia (TechBC) was announced in 1995, established in 1997, and enrolled its first students in 1999. Less than three years later, the provincial government... More > announced that TechBC would be closed, and its programs and students transferred to Simon Fraser University. This paper examines the circumstances surrounding TechBC’s demise with particular emphasis on the role of the campus in shaping the university’s programs and its ultimate demise. This is augmented by an analysis of the government’s rationale for its decision and an evaluation of the seven proposals submitted by other post-secondary institutions to assume TechBC’s students and programs. In addition to the unabridged text, this print edition includes a chronology of key dates, results from the TechBC learner survey, and reproductions of key historical documents about TechBC and the transfer to Simon Fraser University.< Less
"Our Time Will Come Again" By John Trueman
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The Technical University of British Columbia (TechBC) was announced in 1995, established in 1997, and enrolled its first students in 1999. Less than three years later, the provincial government... More > announced that TechBC would be closed, and its programs and students transferred to Simon Fraser University. This paper examines the circumstances surrounding TechBC’s demise with particular emphasis on the role of the campus in shaping the university’s programs and its ultimate demise. This is augmented by an analysis of the government’s rationale for its decision and an evaluation of the seven proposals submitted by other post-secondary institutions to assume TechBC’s students and programs. In addition to the unabridged text, this print edition includes a chronology of key dates, results from the TechBC learner survey, and reproductions of key historical documents about TechBC and the transfer to Simon Fraser University.< Less
The BCCI Affair: A Report to the Committee on Foreign Relations By Senator John Kerry & Senator Hank Brown
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The Bank of Credit and Commerce International remains today, 30 years after its founding, a byword for corruption, influence peddling, bribery, crony capitalism, phony audits, and money laundering.... More > Here, in the full documentary splendor of the Congressional report of 1992, we see the “bankster” ethos at work and the total failure of the same roster of government agencies caught napping in the panic of 2008. This is the final draft of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee report. Co-author Sen. Hank Brown, reportedly acting at the behest of Henry Kissinger, pressed for the deletion of a few passages. As a result, the report as released originally by the Government Printing Office is less complete than the version you now hold in your hands. Long out of print and available only electronically, this document is here presented in a new edition designed for readability and easy reference. In a world of never-ending banking scandals, this remains a layman's guide to how the "banksters" do what they do.< Less
Dreaming of a Better World By Dr. Roy C. Starr, PhD IM
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All the current philosophies have failed and trying a philosophical theory or system of governing that has failed over and over again to achieve peace, equality,human rights, physical security, and... More > social security, is the very definition of insanity. There is a better, less expensive, and more efficient way of operating a government. Existing problems which seem to never be fixed for a myriad of reasons can be remedied automatically in the new Constitution. Abortion, Family Planning, Overpopulation, Gun Violence, The Draft, Capital Punishment, Women and Minority Rights, Immigration, Drug Wars and Abuse, Organized Crime, Poverty, Healthcare, Tax Complications, Defense Spending, Gun Control, Union Busting, Wage Discrimination, Education Expenses, Foreign Trade, Consumer Credit, Usury,Market Gambling, Climate Change, Pollution, Food Safety Issues, Corporate Greed, Assisted Suicide, Polygamy, Citizenship, Voting Rights, Corruption, Martial Rights, Adoption, and others are addressed and given permanent fixes.< Less
Dyslexia Awareness in a College of Further Education in 2005 By Lin Armstrong
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This paper considers a case study on the awareness of dyslexia in a further education college in 2005, through a variety of data collection methods such as questionnaires, interviews and documental... More > analysis. This research has found the level of awareness of adult dyslexia to be less effective than Government initiatives seem to suggest. Expectations of college support systems and delivery of courses to students with dyslexia are high on the Government's agenda but most people have not had the training and awareness to do this. 65% of the staff group in this sample would benefit from enhancement of knowledge in a positive learning climate, but it's unlikely they would take it up unless there is a cultural shift in the organisation. Not all college staff perceive managing students with dyslexia as part of their role. The study offers ways to proceed in designing support networks for learners with dyslexia.< Less

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