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Capitalism

Originally posted on Catatan Kampus:
99% of population have only 1% of country’s property,while 1% of population get 99% of country’s property. In my opinion, Capitalism is an institutionalized system that started in Europe in the 16th century to the…

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Belgium, Belgicae and the fertile floodland

Herman Van Rompuy (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Frank Jacobs wrote that unassuming like most of his countrymen Herman Van Rompuy had quietly been preparing the Belgianisation of Europe ever since his appointment to the presidency of the European Council in 2009. … Continue reading

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Built on or Belonging to Jewish tradition #1 Christian Reform

Nearly 400 years ago God fearing men wanted to leave the Old World because they found it had gone to far away from Gods Word. The trek to the west had been started long before because of economical, political and … Continue reading

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