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Category:Music softwareInternet issues – a foregone conclusion, then? Not quite A few recent developments in the world of the internet have thrown a little light on the question of whether we can predict what will happen next, and whether the traditional foundations of the internet – and society in general – will change as a result. The first of these was the resignation of the British Prime Minister Tony Blair and the subsequent replacement by Gordon Brown. Blair has spoken of his belief that his resignation was a symptom of the internet age and that a new political consensus is now required in the UK. However, the social democrat leader has also stated that he is worried about Britain becoming “inclusive and open”. It could be suggested that the resignation is a foregone conclusion, but also that a change in the political landscape is an inevitability. Speaking at a business event in London today, the current Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, said that he was worried about the future: “I am afraid the Internet is a set of rules that are eroding. There is no sense of ownership, there is no sense of control. We are all takers, not makers. And I am worried that the new world of the internet is an area of threat. It is a question of how we meet it. The Government will have to think about the future”. What is interesting about this statement is the way that the internet is described as a series of “rules” that “are eroding”. Is this something that we can change? The following video clip (which I have embedded here in case it is not viewable in a country outside of the UK) provides a fascinating analysis of the three US wars of the last decade. The video comes from a program on the “history channel” and the presenter interviews US politicians on what lessons there are to be learnt from the wars. What struck me about the video was the way that the US government used these wars to manufacture consent: the wars were justified by demonising the enemy – namely, Al Qaida and Saddam – and the political process was one of selling the idea of sacrifice to the public. What the US government has not mentioned is that the wars were a disaster for the US economy and that the people who were killed were mostly civilians. Moreover, the cost of the wars is estimated to be well into the hundreds of billions of dollars.









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