Aza Y. Alam
May 24, 2023

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That is so interesting! You make connections that very few do - as if current arrangements for money/labour/ valuing people's time /skills are something God-given, rather than the crating of generations of elites, mostly, using the threat of force and monopolistic power over essentials such as food.

I noticed living in Bulgaria that there were many fruit trees I public spaces... not so in Englands's green and unpleasant land, which the thugs, ho called themselves 'aristocrats' took over, fenced off, and forced village folk to slave down mines and in factories for a pittance, while their food was sold in shops controlled by the factory owners!

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Aza Y. Alam

Exploring the entanglements of gender, race and class during this era of the Eurokleptocene. Let’s do better, one story, one learning, one comment at a time.