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Agent Amanda Jeffreys has made an awesome player-generated game to help source more points - concentrating on explaing the evocation powers themselves. Thats great lateral thinking!

This blog post started it all: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/game1-play-power-evocation


In George Caffentzis's "The World Bank and the Double Crisis of African Universities"


... a shocking portrait of greed and anti-democratic social control is painted. They punish Univerisities for teaching economics, law or social sciences. They demand low student numbers. Then, they position themselves as the major source of income outside of the Government. This is politics, yes, but politics arising from the irrefutable. These things are happening, and they happen because of the World Bank.

George is standing up to the entrenched interests that damage the developing world. He is standing up for the rights of people who will not otherwise get a voice. He is telling a story that can barely be heard - rich people gouging the poor so that their favourite system or organising suffering - capitalism - will win another piece of land.

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Comment by Amanda Jeffrey on March 7, 2010 at 3:11pm
That's a particularly horrible ploy going on there, Christian. Thank you for giving it a bit more exposure. Also, I like your writing style - conversational and eloquent too!
Comment by Christian McCrea on March 7, 2010 at 5:14pm
Thanks Amanda! I like your writing too. I'm a big believer that the best thing we can do to help the developing world is stop abuses by those in the developed world. I'll be blogging and providing evidence throughout EVOKE to cover the activities of this group, and developing ideas on how to stop them.
Comment by Alessandra Giabbani on March 8, 2010 at 1:57am
Christian i agree with you: stop abuses for a developed world! i'll be visiting your blog to "knowledge share"!


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