Accountability

Guardian: Syria Explained and the Mirror Reflected

In truth no conflict can be explained in 5 minutes. There are many complexities at play. Seeds planted long ago, traditional rivals, diverse interests, moment to moment events changing the course of his-tory.  Old unresolved conflicts finding another theatre to express anger, dissent and destroy what is perceived as unwanted.  It is the… Continue reading

Assange Detained Arbitrarily for 8 years for Publishing Evidence of War Crimes and Human Rights Violations

Everyone has the right to a fair hearing.  From my perspective Julian Assange took steps to make visible what was happening behind closed doors.  Snowden did the same.  From my perspective as a citizen, whilst I didn’t feel the need to go through all that was released, I realised that citizens were… Continue reading

The Havoc of Mass Extinction or Computer Y2K Bugs?

I just felt to look up mass extinction.  I then thought of Y2K the computer bug that was feared to create havoc in 2000.

I see the choice between the incessant new market pathology of information technology versus turning the computers off and actually going outside to check the weather.  Then getting active… Continue reading

Dr. Steven Greer Reveals what is Unacknowledged

This is a documentary that provides a perspective on the US government.  It provides information on UFO’s, the military/industrial complex, the deep state and secret programs.  He states even a sitting President is not informed, it is on a “need to know basis” and not accountable to the public.  It is an… Continue reading

The Treatment of Asylum Seekers Reflects Government Failure in its Duty of Care

What this really means is that there is a void in respect to feeling for the humanity of vulnerable people. The abuse of refugees has been going on a long time here in Australia and is still continuing.  The question is how can a first world country behave in ways that reflect brutality. I… Continue reading

Cisco and Surveillance of Citizens as Repression is this Right?

I recall working at a university in an office where Cisco phones were evident.  I noticed the camera recorded me every 30 minutes. I turned the screen away from me.  I realised later that the reason film was taken was to prove the person at the computer was identified. This was probably done… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nonviolence is a weapon of the strong”

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