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Professor David Blanchflower - who has often been the lone voice on the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) for cuts in the past year - said his fears of recession were coming to pass as economic growth stalls.
In the past, you have said that VOIVOD was never a political band, but there seem to be some heavy political overtones on Katorz, like a lot of the imagery from as far back as War and Pain is coming to pass.
Could Colin be seeing his belief coming to pass, though not, as he would have wished, in the right colours?
Step by step, all of these things are coming to pass here.
Meanwhile in the developed world, the virtues of density related to reduced energy consumption are widely praised; tall buildings are in certain cities becoming everyday rather than exceptional, and the early Modern dreams of vertical cities are coming to pass.