London School of EconomicsWritten by Robert Bruce Baird
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‘[T]heir criteria for selection will be profoundly marked by Anglo-Saxon outlook.’”
Thomas Carlyle understood need for a paternalistic benefactor or hero and he also knew there were few ethical people who rose to such heights. His protégé John Ruskin has influenced world in many ways I think Carlyle and his Hibernian influenced Illuminati (study Goethe and William of Hesse please) might not have agreed with. However, I am more than a little aware of Hegelian Dialectic or ‘play both ends against middle’ program. You might wonder if this all makes any sense at all. It really does not. You might think I am one who makes no sense. I assure you I know what I am talking about but it cannot be conveyed in one book or even two. Here is some more to chew on. It includes Rothschild backed Cecil Rhodes and leads to many modern Rhodes or Bilderberg ‘front’ men like Bill Clinton and his CIA Director Woolsey who properly says War on Terror is WWIV. All these wars were planned by likes of Rothschild and Albert Pike as 19th Century came to a close. “That "simple desire" had been firmly implanted in Rhodes' bosom at Oxford by John Ruskin. Ensconced as first Slade Professor of Fine Arts at Oxford in 1870, Ruskin's influence reached to all corners of earth and is still widely felt, though seldom recognized, today. ‘He hit Oxford like an earthquake,’ wrote historian Carroll Quigley, ‘not so much because he talked about fine arts, but because he talked also about empire and England's downtrodden masses, and above all because he talked about all three of these things as moral issues.’ Tolstoy regarded him as one of greatest minds of any time or nation. Gandhi carried his message to India. G.B. Shaw and his Fabian Socialist confreres popularized Ruskin's thought worldwide.” (2)
I greatly admire Annie Besant too. She started India as much as Gandhi did. She was one of very few women to be a Mason and her Fabian influences are many.
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Paternity Testing Regulation: Help or Hindrance?Written by Tom LeBaron
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Business Perspective Pro: DNA laboratories are able to sell a state utility service to virtually anyone through postal service. The margin on DNA tests is high, and free home kits can be sent across international borders at a very low cost. French labs are much fewer than number of labs in other countries, and likelihood of business being conducted outside France is quite high. Large international laboratories could predatorily price their tests to point where conducting a DNA test can no longer be done locally. DNA labs that are set up inside France will benefit from this legislation because French citizens are not permitted to conduct a test outside of country. Although industry protection was not reason for adding this article to civil code, French labs capture entire national market for paternity testing. Con: Article 16 almost creates a public sector for paternity testing. The market size is reduced because fewer people will be willing conduct a test because of increased complexity. In other countries, such as UK and Germany, an individual can conduct a test almost whimsically. Having this new technology available to general public at an affordable price has expanded market size and allowed businesses to grow. In France, prices are relatively fixed. Consumers make choices based more on location than on price and quality. The legislation also creates an entry barrier for other companies to enter French market. In order for a laboratory in UK to compete in France, it would need to expand operations and build inside country. This infeasibility deters many businesses from expanding into France. Conclusion To some, red tape is an annoyance; to others, it is due process. Although Article 16-11 forces French citizens to undergo a more lengthy process when conducting a paternity test and hinders business competition, article serves best interest of people. To make this legislation less burdensome, court-appointed lawyer should be paid for by state. This will allow more citizens to find answers to their family-relation questions.
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