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Nathan.Allonby (England) wrote: Thank you for your article "The Constitution Never Had a Chance", and particularly for the intelligent suggestions it makes for reform.
Reviewed by Banana: A hard hitting truth behind many of the worlds so called stable issues which have been disguised with propaganda and blinded people to the truth. What message this blog and the author tries to give, is for the reader to look at a situation from a different slant, which quite often changes the way you perceive things you've known all your life to be something different. The blog is of standard layout and is full of content rich analysis,purely one for the intellectuals.
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Reviewed by Heather: A well informed blog with a lot of information and research has definately gone into this blog but I find it a bit difficult to navigate around different posts as most posts are quite long. If you have the time there are some great posts to read here. Good luck. I also think its a clean bare layout, but the words are powerful and full of real TRUTH about today's most important and hard to understand issues. I liked it a lot and will be back to lean more asap! Keep it up, we need more minds like yours out there to raise the whole human race to a higher level of understanding not just reacting. Great work!
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Tony Ryan (Australia) wrote: The law of supply and demand. Well I never. Bettered at my own game. I thought I had questioned pretty much everything. Now I wonder how many more beliefs need dismantling. But I am dribbling. I wrote firstly to say, well done. A genuine original thinker. How rare.