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Ever wondered why terrorism, civil war and political dissent as cultural movements and normality, have grown world wide over the last half century? Ever wondered why British culture has changed so that drugs, suicide, pedophilia, festivals and protests have grown into a cultural norms? Did you think change was just an inevitable process that had no influences, no consequence and no control? The government wont answer these questions, the media wont answer these questions, the universities hide their answers from their own book shelves and students, let alone the general public. This site and it's links will provide those answers and more.

Tuesday, 16 June 2009



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