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2014 European elections

From 22 to 25 May the European elections were held. In Belgium it were very important elections on Sunday the 25th of May because they would be a turning point for the country itself and for it stance in the … Continue reading

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Uncertainty, shame and no time for vacillation

What happens when we look back at earlier advanced civilizations? Is there a pattern of complexity, collapse and correction that we might recognize in today’s current events? Historically every advanced civilization has faced a downfall. Usually the downfall is routed … Continue reading

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Has Endgame begun for Greece

The population of Greece is better to think very carefully for whom they want to vote next month. More than half of Greeks voted for anti-bailout parties in elections two weeks ago. Greece, which adopted the euro on 1 January … Continue reading

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