Extremism

BAE, Saudi, UK Government and Slight of Hand Corruption

More rabbit holes… I feel like Alice in Wonder-land, I am wondering how this got out of hand.  I feel a sense of gratitude for the journalists who are compiling the truth. I feel the Guardian are truly a guardian of the public interest because those who should be, are not.  I liked… Continue reading

Bail-In Used to Seize Deposit in a Collapse

Is there profit in a collapse?  The rabbit hole goes deeper and deeper. Things are never as they seem. I feel greed as a mental illness with no feeling for how actions affect others.  We are shape changing our world from images and sound bytes in cyber realities that are not real at… Continue reading

Australia’s Human Rights, Counter Terrorism and Peace Building Alternatives

The Australian Government has announced holding suspects of terrorism to 14 days without a magistrate.  The sedition laws are particularly noteworthy. This has implications for freedom of speech which may raise issues that are not supportive of the government, particularly if there is concern about illegality as what was seen in the Iraq war.… Continue reading

Is the Issue of Terrorism in the Philippines about Inequality, Poverty and Corruption?

I heard about my government entering the conflict in Philippines.  My first thoughts were Mindanao as one of the participants on the Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies Program was a Christian from the Philippines and he was keen to talk about Mindanao. I was aware that the Muslim/Christian Conflict had occurred.  I… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

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