London School of EconomicsWritten by Robert Bruce Baird
George Bernard Shaw and his mistress Florence Farr of Hermetic Order of Golden Dawn (the more ‘charmed’ circle) are of paramount interest to my research. When I see Shaw being supportive of communist effort and yet perhaps not fully aware of corporate nature of Bolshevism - I wonder. Especially so - when I see him operating with Merovingian Bertrand Russell and being a founder of London School of Economics. But reader might have to read my books on Physiocrats and Hegelian Dialectic to get a fuller picture of these issues.
“LSE has a glorious history. Our founders Beatrice and Sidney Webb, George Bernard Shaw, and Graham Wallas worked with thinkers like Bertrand Russell to create an institution which could study human society, seek to understand and then improve it. Many social science subjects originated at LSE or were developed here. We can look at our past and see men and women who engaged with society and left a lasting contribution to world we live in.” (1)
There is no area of culture or media that is not used by social engineers and sophisticated manipulators. This is totally OK as far as I am concerned. I have no difficulty with homogenization of culture as long as appreciation for ethnic art is maintained and it seems this can happen alongside that homogenization. But there is a larger ethical component to these efforts which are not exposed. The Black Ops programs that utilize all culture or fund prevailing paradigm are serious matters of concern for me. But hey, what heck – I am just a paranoid nutcase eh? If one looks deep into history of Saxons they will find this is a decidedly not ‘new’ World Order. Here is someone beating a Francophone tune that has to do with google-izing force of Americanization or New World Order proclaimed on US dollar bill. “Jeanneney voiced his fear of what that meant for representation of France and Europe. Here are some excerpts from letter published in Le Monde:
‘The real issue is elsewhere. And it is immense. It is confirmation of risk of a crushing American domination in definition of how future generations conceive world.’
Paternity Testing Regulation: Help or Hindrance?Written by Tom LeBaron
The French legislation has passed a law which prohibits testing for paternity without involvement of court system. Article 16-11 of civil code states that in order for an individual to legally conduct a paternity test, he or she must first have a court-appointed lawyer assigned to his or her unique case. The court then has control to decide consequences of paternity test results. This article will explore how one man’s red tape is another man’s due process. Introduction The internet has opened up opportunities for many DNA laboratories to distribute free paternity test kits in hopes of a sale from returned samples. In Europe, France is only country that regulates how paternity tests are conducted. Citizens of other European nations are free to satisfy their own curiosities and nagging doubts, while French citizens jump through hoops. Regulation and red tape protect some while hindering others. Society Perspective Pro: In 1941, French government adopted a law called “Accouchement Sous X,” or Childbirth Under X. This law allows a French woman to enter a hospital anonymously by signing her name as an X. Her identity and her child’s identity are both kept anonymous. For a mother who has given birth anonymously, for whatever reason, a paternity test would surely break anonymity. Mothers seeking refuge under X law will undoubtedly seek same protection under Article 16. Alleged fathers will also benefit from this law because assessing paternity usually means child support payments. Years of due arrears may be charged to an alleged father if it is found that he is biological father. Having a lawyer involved in process for each case’s beginning will give greater credibility to test and its results. The transition from results to court decision is also smoothed and hastened by having a court-appointed lawyer. Con: It’s hard to say just how many people have forgone a paternity test because of red tape involved. The majority of single mothers are in a less-than-favorable financial condition and probably can’t afford to hire a lawyer. Placing restriction on business operations shrinks market, decreases competition, and drives up prices.