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Be part of the Democratic Revolution with The People’s Assembly

By Political, ThinkingNo Comments
the-peoples-assembly-logo The People’s Assembly is against austerity, which is ideological rather than essential. It’s against Britain being run for the minority of the wealthy elite and instead advocates running society for the majority.

I learned about The People’s Assembly through reading The Establishment by Owen Jones, see my review of the book here.

The People’s Assembly has The People’s Charter (below), which gives more detail on what they stand for:


the-peoples-charter

They are not associated to any political party and instead are more like a campaign group or national forum. I encourage you all to support The People’s Assembly and be part of the democratic revolution.

Want to get involved? Here’s how:

I’ve donated and am hoping that The People’s Assembly will do what it sets out to achieve – a fairer society for all.

Write soon,

Antony

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Career Prospects

By Thinking2 Comments

With the government cutting back in the public sector, I’ve been forced to think about my career prospects. As a trained public sector it would mean a complete career change. Here’s some of the idea’s I’ve had so far:

1. Psychic – I can read tarot cards, runes, etc. But very few psychics work full time and to be honest I prefer to do it for close family and friends rather than anyone and everyone. Plus it can be exhausting.

2. Microsoft Technician – Mum recently upgraded her Internet Explorer and was unable to use the new version! I sent a screen shot with numbers on and some instructions over email. Ha ha and amazingly they made sense to her! Now I know geek-sheek is in, but I can’t really see myself sat in front of a computer all day, I like people too much.

3. Entertainer – Now most of my jokes wouldn’t be suitable for TV even after the watershed. Plus I can’t sing or dance, even if my life depended on it! So that’s pretty much out.

4. “A Gentleman of the Night” – Ha Ha I think people would pay me to put my clothes back on rather than take them off for some action.

Although I joke of course, the government cuts do have a real human cost: I may not have a job. But while my fate is not yet decided, for me, it’s just business as usual.

Write soon,

Antony



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