If you are of voting age in the UK (18 years or older), the chances are that you will be able to remember the 2011 Riots, which are sometimes referred to as the London Riots too. During a period of 5 days and nights that August, many people took to the streets in different places … Continue reading The Withdrawal of Collective Consent: Don’t riot or engage in civil unrest. Start building our new fair and balanced future for everyone instead
The system will exist for only as long as we remain fearful of material loss
The obsession with material wealth and money that so many of us have, is what the so-called elites are using to control us. Because the world they have created around us teaches us that there is nothing that we could be more afraid of than losing the ‘things’ that we possess, or of having more … Continue reading The system will exist for only as long as we remain fearful of material loss
Trust Your Feelings. Know Your Emotions.
Feelings are a funny thing. In fact, we are constantly told by people and the world around us that our feelings, gut feelings or the instincts or that knowing that cannot always be elucidated with words, should be overridden. The messages of the world insist that it is the messages and ‘things’ that are outside … Continue reading Trust Your Feelings. Know Your Emotions.
The Reform of Policing
Good Policing exists when you are surprised to see a Police Officer, or you don’t have reason to regularly have them in your day-to-day thoughts. Clearly, I am not talking about what we see or hear on our news streams every day or each night. But the reality is that we have lost confidence in … Continue reading The Reform of Policing
Focusing on difference creates division itself
Within the narrative that has slowly but surely been tearing British culture apart, whilst giving just about every one of us an identity crisis as we try to fathom out the question of whether we should feel guilty for simply being the people that we really are and should be proud to be, there is … Continue reading Focusing on difference creates division itself
The smallest prejudices can have the greatest cost
The really challenging aspect of the answer to the Social Mobility question, is the acceptance that we all have a part to play in helping others to get on. More often than not, the part we have to play is resisting the innate prejudices that we all have – that call on us to obstruct … Continue reading The smallest prejudices can have the greatest cost