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    Targeted billionaires

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 08/06/2018

    » When a rich man meets his maker, I pause for few moments, not to mourn his life but to wonder what becomes of his wealth. Of no use to him now, is it buried with him? Like the pharaohs, he intends for it to accompany him in his next life? Is it inherited by his son? To do what with?


    The Shakespeare brothers

    Life, Published on 06/04/2018

    » Unlike many historical fiction writers, Brit Bernard Cornwell doesn't specialise in a particular period. Rather, his interests encompass virtually the lot. And when he chooses a popular age, it's because he finds something in his research that his colleagues have missed.


    Hitting the rich

    Life, Published on 22/12/2014

    » We like to think that the more we learn the better. Information is power. Yet this isn't altogether true. There are facts we'd rather not know, and that irritate us when we come across them, particularly when shoved under our noses. The main one being the chasm between the haves and the have-nots. It's their own fault. We work for a living. Why don't they?


    Police racism

    Life, Published on 20/04/2015

    » Racism is as old as recorded history, quite possibly older. My god is better than your god. My colour is better than your colour. Difference resulting in sanguinary wars without solution. The sensible live and let live is rejected out of hand by believers on all sides. Either the true path or death.

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