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Worst families in Britain will be put in 'sin bins'

• Daily Telegraph

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Comment by Charzhome S.
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Maybe I'm just reading the wrong article, but the one I read  says there was a 24-hr. surveillance & thereafter an indication of  some kind of  "funding" too...

No torture and no 'sin bins' (whatever that is) evident anywhere that I can see.

Comment by Ed Price
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The rich stay rich first by marketing the importance of MONEY to the poor people. Then when the poor use money, because they feel that it is important, it is easy for the rich to rip them off by manipulating the value of money this way and that. 

We, the people, have at our finger tips, the Internet methods for direct trade rather than debt-money trade. We are using it already through barter, private communications, places like eBay and Craigslist. 

What we need to develop is a wireless internet that operates person-to-person, computer-to-computer - or else, one that works over the power grid, and does not rely on the 13 centers worldwide that house the main Internet supercomputers. 

These last few years Russian self-trained, average-people hackers have hacked into everything, from places of relative security in the weakened police state of what used to be the Soviet Union. If they can do that, why can't we rebuild the whole system so that we can market without money for real profit for us all. 

On the other hand, I'm poor. How would I feel if I were one of the ridh ones? Would I be just the same as the money mongers if I had lots of money? 


Comment by Lola Flores
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 So, the poor people not only get scammed and lose their homes but since that is not punishment enough, the torture continues.  In the meantime, the thieves that caused this mess get to bask in the sun of their man-made haven. 

If I had my saying, I'd take the banksters (all of them) and place them in a giant couldron full of water and slowly boild them over a firepit.

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