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The UK Political Parties’:- secret membership; policy bribery system; public, rather than secret ballots; systemic cartel frauds of The UK’s Public Elections; still obfuscated: income and expenses; also:- media, health, education, energy, banking, arms, drugs, migration, snooping, benefits, tax, justice, faith, terrorism, and war crimes’ fraud systems. How to replace the above, with a GOV by informed consensus, and personal consent. Sandy Steel UK/Global GOVS’ Fraud +72 links;7 on Energy Frauds 28 theses disputing the legality and ethicacy of taxes levied by today’s UK Party Political Class; followed by 72 evidential links on UK & Global Corporate Frauds; incl. 9 Links on UK & Global Corporate Energy Frauds. (24.09.2014; edited: 04.11.2014; 23.11.2014) 1. The UK’s Electors are systematically defrauded by a Mainstream, National Party Politicians’ Cartel by their operating undeclared parties, and undeclared policies at the local rural elections; also super-duper sizing the still so called local urban elections so […]

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A brand new Soundman 2016 Summer Smash! ‘Inside Of You’

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ARMA man I sing, who was the first from the shores of Italy, of Troy, exiled by fate, came to the shores of the Lavinian, he was on land and sea by the mindful anger of cruel force of the gods; suffered much even in war, until he could found the city, and bring the gods to Latium, whence the Latin race and the Alban fathers and the walls of high Rome. Muse, tell me the reasons: what the power of the injured, for did the queen of the gods, a man marked by piety, so many crises, so many go to the labors of the motives. Are celestial minds? Was an ancient city, Tyrian colonists held it, Carthage, over against Italy and the Tiber ‘s mouths afar, rich in wealth and stern in war’ Which Juno is said above all other lands, holding Samos itself; Here were her arms, […]

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Comments Off on St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) The crime of Usury

Thomas Aquinas: Political Philosophy The political philosophy of Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274), along with the broader philosophical teaching of which it is part, stands at the crossroads between the Christian gospel and the Aristotelian political doctrine that was, in Aquinas’ time, newly discovered in the Western world. In fact, Aquinas’ whole developed system is often understood to be simply a modification of Aristotelian philosophy in light of the Christian gospel and with special emphasis upon those questions most relevant to Christianity, such as the nature of the divine, the human soul, and morality. This generalization would explain why Aquinas seems to eschew, even neglect, the subject of politics. Unlike his medieval Jewish and Islamic counterparts, Aquinas does not have to reconcile Aristotelianism with a concrete political and legal code specified in the sacred writings of his religion. As far as he is concerned, God no longer requires people to live according […]