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A Open Letter to Bernie Sanders

Posted by on May 27, 2017 in Featured, Loan Guaranty Fund | 0 comments

A Open Letter to Bernie Sanders

This is the transcript to the video with the same title on Youtube. Dear Mr. Sanders, it is a little late to tell you how sorry I am about the election. But facts are what they are and we have to live through history. Still, I am glad, that you do not give up. Bernie TV seems to be quite successful, watched by millions. I heard your numbers are the envy of the cable news. Congratulations! Many people are yearning in this uncertain times for directions, for unity. For a moral compass to show us...

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The Specter of Climate Change

Posted by on Jan 18, 2011 in Climate Change | 1 comment

The Specter of Climate Change

The Specter of a Climate Change is haunting us. While we stare at the Gordian knot and hope for the best. Someday something or someone will cut the knot and the specter will be exorcised. We still have time, this is what we all want to believe. But this is only wishful thinking. The old year was an accumulation of floods all over the world. The new year, just two weeks old starts off with three major floods on three continents. Australia, Sri Lanka (Asia) and Brazil (South America). Germany...

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Financing an Ecological Change

Posted by on Oct 7, 2010 in Loan Guaranty Fund | 18 comments

Financing an Ecological Change

It is save to assume, that many people all over the world are willing, some of them are even eager, to do something for society or would like to fight a possible Climate Change.  For such endeavors money is needed. And to get it is very difficult, no one gives money away easily. But there is another way, Self-Organization! The idea of a Loan Guaranty Fund (LGF)  presents itself. In our, Nesseq’s case an LGF would guaranty loans for Ecological and/or social projects. But every LGF can...

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Sustainability and the Individual

Posted by on Oct 1, 2010 in Sustainability | 13 comments

Sustainability and the Individual

With this post we want to close the trilogy about Capitalism and Sustainability. In the first post Capitalism and Climate Change the topic was, that capitalism remained after the terrible battles with communism, which has vanished. Hopefully for good. In the second part named Capitalism in Transition we came to the conclusion, that also capitalism has come to a turning point. The next step ahead, and there seems to be no disagreement, should be the Sustainable society. We can all demand from...

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Diversity or Monotony?

Posted by on Apr 17, 2010 in Ecology | 17 comments

Diversity or Monotony?

The era of Communism is, thanks god,  long over. And may it never come back! Millions of people have been murdered for the dream of a just society, for the paradise of the workers and many more millions have suffered. Why people have to die now for the happiness of a future generation can only be answered in a Dialectical manner, but it isn’t ethically. It doesn’t make sense. The morality of it is important but should not concern us here. The question which concerns us here is why...

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