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Europe – a bureaucratic oxymoron?

Last year I wrote about the bureaucratic struggles involved in a marriage with a foreign national in Vietnam. One year later, my wife and I are getting acquainted with the devastating bureaucracy that is sickening humans in Europe. Having lived … Continue reading

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Consumption, greed and collapse. Or why the Credit Suisse punishment is a step into the right direction.

Credit Suisse must pay $2.6 billion in penalties for assisting wealthy Americans evade taxes. While the elites grumble over this verdict, human society should be thankful. It could save us from collapse. Not long ago I have mentioned a study … Continue reading

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