Written by Auntie Matter

Friday, 15 April 2016

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After months of research and interviews with leading corporate executives, politicians, bankers and the clergy our economics editor at U-R-FKD magazine came up with the following simple portrait of our society and, indeed, most other societies on the planet.

What really is good for society and what isn't?... is his question. The singular finding is the pervasive and shared belief that what is 'good' for business is seemingly 'good' for society and explains much of the shenanigans surrounding the UK referendum on the EEC that fills the media 24/7.

"Way off the mark" concluded our editor...whose findings below contradict many conditioned beliefs around the world.

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GOOD FOR BUSINESS

Lies and Confusion.
Mind Control.
War.
Disease.
Atheism.
Bad food.
Political Conflict.
Racial Conflict.
Religious Conflict.
Psychological Conflict.
Social Conflict.
Interpersonal Conflict.
Alienation.
Self denigration.
Sex and blind bondage thereto.
Drug addiction.
Misery.
To be who you are not.
To get, to have, to hold.
The necessity to work in order to survive.
Organized religion.
Indoctrinated belief that only the future can bring us happiness.

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BAD FOR BUSINESS

Health.
Brotherhood.
Peace.
Truth and Certainty.
To Be Who You Are.
Sharing.
Self-respect.
Freedom from bondage to body.
Creativity.
Faith in God your Father.
Work as natural Self expression.
Wisdom.
Love.
Knowing that happiness can only ever be found in the NOW.

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