Culture of Peace

Fahrenheit 11/9: Are We Losing Our Democracy?

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Susan from Worldpeacefull comments on Michael Moore’s latest film FAHRENHEIT 11/9 appears the mirror of 9/11.

What is your reflection?

It is really the next step 11/9 2.0. The war on terror led to the door of fascism, same same but different?

This video is a discussion… Continue reading

New Zealand Attack, War Crimes, Terrorism and International Disorder

hobbesIt would be interesting to read this manifesto to gain insight into the right wing delusional belief system that evokes the desire to shoot innocent people in two Mosques. What is noteworthy is the playing of army music and his desire for notoriety.  It is noteworthy right wing white supremacists are viewed as extremists… Continue reading

To Make Peace a Practical Reality for the 21st Century

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PATHWAYS TO PEACE

Defence White Paper Stated Fears of Dependency on Asian Fuel Imports or Strategic Access to Oil and Gas?

These reflections have taken me a long time to navigate through as I found it quite illogical to read.  It is a 2016 ABC post but feels relevant today.  I felt to explore the message in the article from a peace perspective asking questions in my global agora as the public are never… Continue reading

Charting a New Course of REAL HOPE for the Future of Infinite Possibility

I felt inspired to write about the future from the future looking back.  The wonder of poetry I can time travel in my heart envisaging REAL HOPE

 

Charting a New Course of REAL HOPE for the Future of Infinite Possibility

 

I am in the future looking back,

Full Spectrum Dominance was barely… Continue reading

Why Did Britain Train the Burmese Military? Friend, Foe or Fool?

I am feeling moved to research Burma.  I have been to the border myself as a Rotary Peace Scholar meeting with the Association for Political Prisoners in Burma (refer http://aappb.org/) This could do a lot to heal relations between Islam and the rest of the world.  There are some who have made… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”

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