Category Archives: Neoliberalism & Corporatism

I want to write about ….


I want to write about how we cannot afford poverty, how stupid it is, how it degrades our economy and our spirit. I want to write about the trends in our New Zealand economy to a power-crazed, corporatist, extractive, one-dollar-one-vote … Continue reading

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Neoliberalism and Rawls’ Theory of Justice


How would you structure the justice in our society today?  One method is to look at a blank canvass of what might become a moral society from an “original position” behind what John Rawls described as “A veil of ignorance” … Continue reading

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Is This our Neoliberal Meritocracy?


I know many people who are truly amazing.  They think outside the box, they practice an art, they connect to community and to land, they have passion for some goal, they can hold a humorous conversation and be great company … Continue reading

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The Housing Crisis and Neoliberalism


Listening to Morning Report this morning (25th May 2016) interview these right wing completely out of touch politicians from this government making excuses for the New Zealand housing crisis, was like a rerun of the Irish Potato famine. It so … Continue reading

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