While the burning of biomass is already a key part of Britain’s energy supply it is also positioning itself to be a key supplier, pushing other countries to follow it’s example and switch from coal to biomass.
With the sustainability of burning of biomass already a hot topic, is the Britain’s search really about protecting the environment or more about profit?
The practice of lending and borrowing are necessary in a community, but at what point does it become too much? Interest rates and debt are not new to society, but the acceptance of the questionable morals behind such practices are new.
Join us as we run through a history of Usury, from a tool of social cohesion to one of social control.
The spread of ideas about our own moral obligation to ourselves and others crops up repeatedly throughout history. It tends to arise in times of disenfranchisement and when power is being consolidated beyond the control of the populace. In the 16th century one man started a movement by refusing to bend to the surrounding system.Continue reading “How to Start a Religion (Part 1)”
Despite the royal English charter granting trade in East Africa, England still found itself plagued by foreign ships in her own waters. The Dutch, having the most powerful navy of the time, had harassed British ships for decades by disrupting trade and were generally considered to be the leading European trading power. Control of Europe’sContinue reading “Colston (Pt. II)– The Emergence of Englishmen & Economy”
The UK, we are constantly being told, is in the middle of a housing crisis. In some cities it’s worse than others with local councils making pledges to build thousands of affordable homes all over the place. A House of Commons report from March 2020 estimated a need for 345,000 new homes per year, aContinue reading “Building a House or a Home? – The UK Needs to Decide”