RAVES AND RIOTS – CREDIT CREATION & DESTRUCTION

Vinca Petersen I walked past photographer Vinca Petersen‘s exhibition at EDEL ASSANTI on Mortimer Street in London yesterday. Some of the images on display are taken from the 90s Teknival Scene and Reclaim the Streets. Edel Assanti organises photography exhibitions and events, such as London Gallery Weekend, in London and throughout the UK. Established in…

Murdoch, Kissinger, Wolfensohn, Cohn

I love the way these guys preach borderless globalism one day and merciless flag-waving the next. Gaslighting-as-a-service In 2000 Rupert Murdoch hosted a discussion on the Global Role of the UnitedStates in the 21st Century. The main speaker was the then World Bank head James Wolfensohn. It was moderated by Henry Kissinger. Australian American Wolfensohn,…

A Hundred Years Ago Traitors Like John Redwood Might Have Been Hanged

Asking investors to abandon the UK goes against the UK’s interests. No amount of debate can change that. Yet that is what Parliamentarian and Brexiteer John Redwood has done. How can he be forgiven? Brexit would allow for the UK to frighteningly reinstate capital punishment. I would like to think John Redwood himself might be…

The Strange Death of Globalisation

Attention This week Japan wrote an open letter threatening Britain with divorce. The Japanese government said its firms could quit UK over Brexit-related uncertainty. [gview file=”http://londonconversation.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/japan-letter-1.pdf”] And the Financial Times advised British companies to pay attention. A Call to ARMs But despite this, Japan’s SoftBank snapped up Britain’s largest technology firm. What is going on? Is ARM so strategic that SoftBank…