Edward Snowden: A Global Conversation on the Balance between Civil Liberties and Mass Intelligence Gathering

I found this interview of Edward Snowden organised by the University of Chicago, USA interesting.  I observed how the interviewer interpreted what he was saying, what questions arose in the questioners mind, how Edward responded and modelled democratic discourse. He is both articulate and respectful in his demeanour and compelling in his ability to… Continue reading

A Higher Court of Natural Justice Decides the Justice of the Peace for All


A Higher Court of Natural Justice Decides the Justice of the Peace for All


What is Justice?

Is it a hearing?

Is it evidence based?

Is it legal representation?

Is it to speak the truth, 
the whole truth 
and nothing but the truth?

So help me God!


I walk through… Continue reading

Be Vigilant to the Stifling of Democracy – SPEAK UP

What I have learned clearly is that when people oppress you they have no respect for your right, your contribution to society, they only act out of self interest. So when we hear of the stifling of scientists or other such people, you can be sure that there are agenda’s at play of those who… Continue reading

Why Are Fathers Homeless?



To be a father,

Is not about sewing the seed,

But committing in-deed

to your family home.


Many fathers run away,


When they lay in their bed,

They didn’t make it


Leaving a mess,

Where love should help clean up,

Walking away,

When courage is to stay,… Continue reading

Koch Brothers Wish to Repeal Social Security and Government Taxation?

Fascinating what Bernie Sanders is saying.  He says the Koch Brothers have economic wealth of $80 billion. Their wealth increased by $12 billion. Koch Industries is the second largest privately owned company invested primarily in the energy industry.

So they won’t be to interested in free energy or intentional communities. I don’t think… Continue reading

Malala Yousafzai Speech to the UN Promoting Education for Girls


Many in the global community will recall the shooting of a young girl by the Taliban in Pakistan for wanting to be educated.  Every woman around the world would rise up in horror at this.  For those of us in the West we take education for granted but Malala reminds us that… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”