Sword attack on Cheltenham politicians: a product of social tensions in Britain.
This article is another victim story and shows the emotional turmoil the dramas can create. It was pointed out to me by Peter Oakes, “veteran victim” who actually accompanied the victim’s wife in the Court.
It proves very simply that “the system” doesn’t work: where money people make money out of money and the financial economy destroys the real one.
These are the “plattforms” for social tension:
- between the “Establishment” and the “free economy”
- those who can earn a living and those who can’t (young, sick and elderly people)
- the “out for profit” and the “not for profit” organisations.
And as the bankers tighten the belts with politicians UNABLE to question them, the trend continues downward:
- towards more and more centralised control via money
- widening the gap between rich and poor
- the use of money as a ‘tool for control’ rather than a ‘medium of exchange’…
As long as banks get away with being bailed out, it is time politicians assumed the position of the government as Compensator of Last Resort!
By the way: Wikipedia reports that Robert Ashman was a “deranged constituent”…