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Thursday, July 21, 2005 

Welcome to Globalization Institute think-tank

The "Freedom Institute" have just brought to our attention the launch of Alex Singleton's Globalization* Institute in the UK.

We at DICK would like to extend our very warmest welcome to all this hip gang (watch out for Archbishops and those do-gooders at Our word is our weapon, Alex!)

As our fellow veteran Freedom Fighter Richard Waghorne remarks:
"Committed to fighting old-time statists and leftist commentators, Alex Singleton and the Globalization Institute are a vital and vigorous addition to the think-tank world. Congrats on their launch in London this week. Check out the photos and speeches."

Always willing to take our good friends in the FI at their word, we did. We are glad to see their broad political spread of links to sister organisations concerned with the well-being of the Third-World. Which fits right in with their stated motivation that:

"We believe that globalization is a force for good. Only by integrating the poorest into the world economy can we put an end to the poverty that still blights much of world today."

Cheers! (Keith, care to enlighten us as to whether this is a good vintage?)

* Why the Americanised spelling, guys?

"Libel"-Richard Waghorne
"Attack blog"-Damien Mulley

About me

  • An early-thirties male Irish technologist living and working in Dublin, I'm a former (recovering) member of both Fianna Fáil and the Roman Catholic Church.

    I'm not a member of any political party these days, but my opinions can be broadly categorised as 'lefty' and republican. I am also a former member of the Irish Defence Forces.

    Please feel free to check out the FI Fie Foe Fum group blog, where I was once a regular contributor, and the Cedar Lounge Revolution, where I can usually be found in the comments.

    (This blog and its contents reflect only my own personal opinions as a private citizen, and not those of any other person or organisation.)



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