ABC Article on Australian Special Forces

An important question in the public interest.

Who is the enemy? Australia’s secretive rules of engagement


Picture this: you are an Australian special forces soldier on operations in Afghanistan.

Out of the corner of your… Continue reading

ABC: The Afghan Files – Killings of Unarmed Afghans

Is this in the public interest?

I felt to add my post about Afghan civilians and possible solutions. This comes from my experience with Afghan people. This blog has depth I encourage you to read it mindfully.

I have felt to add Thich Nhat Than. Interestingly, he was Vietnamese Monk who made peace… Continue reading

The US Military as Humpty Dumpty Falling off Walls?


Finding this article was without doubt connected to my poem in the previous post.  I was curious why I felt inspired to write Humpty Dumpty and felt it connected.  I will write my feeling here – Humpty Dumpty fell off the wall.  I am going to find the story now. … Continue reading

Is Australian Defence Spending Out of Control?

This I suspected.  This quote is noteworthy:

“Defence spending used to account for little more than a fifth of government spending on procurement. Just seven years ago. Now it accounts for almost three-quarters of government spending.”

This requires investigation in the public interest.  Government spending needs to be independently audited in my view… Continue reading

US Forces in Australia an American Australian Association?

The American/Australian association… Continue reading

The Middle East Wars Are About Oil

It is important to understand the root cause of wars if the veterans and civilians are to be truly served.

The key question is – are they defending their country or defending energy interests?

Is this public service or serving industry?

Is there an alternative to oil?   Nicola Tesla invented free energy, why… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“God has no religion”