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Is It Time For Open Source Economics And Politics?

September 21st, 2008 No comments

Democracy:

“Rule by the people, especially as a form of government; either directly, as in Ancient Greece, or through elected representatives as in many modern societies (representative democracy); A government under the direct or representative rule of the people of its jurisdiction.”

As in many fields now open source is the buzz word I wondered if it is time to start looking at open source economics and politics. I am not going to write a long essay on the subject now. I am going to do it piecemeal – a long slow exploration. Hopefully some real people will register on the site and comment on this project. That would make this article the beginning of an open source project in itself – as for regular commentators who show both intelligence and relevance I would give them authorship rights on the subject.

I would like to move freedomforall.net in a new direction. I will not make it a real “free for all” yet because of the spam issue yet I would certainly be interested in finding some co-authors from similar and contradictory positions.

Back to the subject. Or rather question. Is it time for open source economics and politics. I think the answer is directly related to the definition of democracy. The one I have quoted above is the best I found on a quick websearch to support the direction I believe this discussion (or monologue?) will go. “Government of the people, by the people, for the people”, is my preferred definition.

That one says that in the United Kingdom I do not live in a democracy – a conclusion I recall reaching when I was about 12 or 13 years old and have never changed my mind about.

Matthew

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Medical Protection Society, Briefs And Faecal Incontinence.

October 1st, 2007 No comments

The Medical Protection Society have been reading freedomforall.net again. I do hope this, and the appearance of a Bedford Row based Law Chambers on my log, does not mean ill-advised legal action will be attempted again.

Much as it would be undoubted fun to be in court, you won’t win, and of that you can be one hundred per cent certain. How can I be so sure? I know your client won’t have told you all the relevant facts – had he done so you’d refuse to take instruction.

In the lift at University College Hospital last week I filled my briefs with shit, due to the faecal incontinence I suffer. The lift was crowded and it is always stuffy in them in any case. People looked miffed and I whistled. You get used to these things.

When a solicitor or barristers’ client fills their ‘brief’ with shit it usually comes into the light of day under cafefull cross questioning rather than falling down the leg of your pyjamas in a lift. I’d suggest carefully cross questioning your client before launching any ill-fated action.

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Patientline Treading On Human Rights: What A Fecking* Lame Excuse.

September 27th, 2007 No comments

The use of the word feck* was the problem … yeah … If you read this from a bed on a Patientline system go search google for feck* or try wikipedia.

They can all use feck* but I can not? Doesn’t make sense sorry -lame, lame, lame.

Also does not explain why one site I own got blocked as it contained a blank hosting page from my reputable webhost.

Like I said lame. If Patientline wish to respond, the lovely lady is welcome to register with freedomforall.net and leave a comment.

* U know what I mean: if you don’t search google for feck, the first page at Wikipedia.org explaiains it.

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Protected: University College Hospital, Metropolotian Police Corruption and Patientline: Subverting Human Rights.

September 25th, 2007 Enter your password to view comments.

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Logo Designs for UntwistedVortex.com

July 24th, 2007 No comments

RT at untwistedvortex.com has been running a logo contest for his blog. Despute the appalling current design scene at freedomforall.net I put pixels to screen for fun. The best fun in the world for me is doing something simple for someone else.

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