This is pretty interesting also I thought.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2NLa3a ... OfbTJRU79Q
As I've been reading more & thinking more about greed & how that effects us all & wondering why our Gov wants to sell any vaccination they may find. I also find myself wondering about Cummings trip to Barnard castle (where Glaxo/Smith/Kline happens to have a massive complex) & the reasons why he hasn't been sacked after giving such a shit excuse for driving there. https://uk.gsk.com/en-gb/about-us/uk-lo ... rd-castle/
Just saying. JB
l have been reading along similar lines, but l’ve got to thinking that there are two ways to approach the establishment. As is often said on here in some quarters; we are well and truly screwed.......or yes we are being screwed, but how can l improve things or just keep my own house in order.
If l don’t check myself l find it easy to go round and round in a downward spiral of negative gainsaying a bit like hanging around too long with other delivery drivers at work when we gripe about the weather, the traffic and parking, or London in general. Whereas l prefer to talk to a manager of a company l am visiting about internal decoration or the company presentation or philosophy. That always catches them off guard.
Be a connoisseur or an artist rather than just a consumer. Taste or style is one thing they cannot steal that from you!
I stood in WHS today (at least 2m away from the few others there
) looking for something that would inspire me to read in the few moments l have to spare and when l’m not too knackered from all the jobs l am cramming in!
l spied two books in the popular ‘thinking persons’ section. One was ‘The Establishment and How They Get Away With It’, and ‘Utopia For Realists and How We Can Get There’.
The first book would be a very interesting read (a book of many words) and l read a few pages (tut, tut!) , but l made a conscious decision that l need to be as positive, creative and innovative as my aged brain can be ‘in these dark times’.
l need to be motivated so the Utopia book got my money. The two books do actually cover some of the same ground, but the message is in the title.