Debate About the War on Terrorism to Discover the Real Freedom of Democracy

This is an interesting documentary from the perspective of Al Jazeera inviting a diverse range of viewpoints.  It highlights the core issue of national security, surveillance and the mnimising of civil liberties as the diminuation of democracy.  The core arguments for military aggression have been in the defence of democracy yet ironically democracy… Continue reading

Is Israel Fighting Terrorism or Suppressing Resistance? Is this Kosher?


Israel latches onto the War on Terror to hide its own terrorism

Israel latches onto the War on Terror to hide its own terrorism


Nothing Comes from Violence

In truth change does occur but the question is – what sort of change do you want?  There are dynamics here that I am exploring whilst writing this. On face value Sting (music below) is right, yet under the surface tension the opposite emerges.  The calls for peace were heard loudest after WWII.… Continue reading

Can 911 and Terrorism Catalyse Compassion Around the World?

My intention is genuine peace and harmony.  My mind is open to sources.  I do not demarcate between diverse viewpoints.  I am listening. I know that all reading this are meant to come to this material.  This is the Oneness you have called as you have questions. If it doesn’t resonate… 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

Byron Katie: Terror-ists are Spreading Violence in the World? Is It True?


This is a hot topic and one that would bring up very strong feelings against terrorism.

Byron Katie had a man come up to her and tell he ‘I have to kill you’.  She said ‘don’t do it’ not thinking fearfully for her life, but thinking lovingly of his. She knew he would… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”