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Attempting in a UK context to connect the world of 911 truth activism/false-flag terrorism awareness and the Voting integrity community, where I am seeking to alert the Electoral Reform Society to the dangers of the UK 'modernising' its voting mechanism, and awaken the peace movement to the 'Frats', Brotherhoods and 'Men's huts' which threaten our one Earth Motherland.
Five battlegrounds in a Three-cornered Election fight
A view from across the pond.Scottish election-integrity activist surveys the US election as a struggle between no-cons, neo-liberals and the election-integrity community. Five key arenas: a) voter-suppression; 2)count-rigging; 3) spinning the narrative; 4) legal battles; 5) extra-parliamentary protest.
Tuesday, April 1, 2008(5 comments)
Further struggles of a foolish Buddhist to make sense of 'Tibet' and 'China'
A round-up of political analyses and replies to criticism from fellow Buddhists. (Collective learning on the hoof, thanks to the internet....) Thesis: Geo-politics sets limits to Tibetan independence. Given US/CIA history of meddling, could pressure from 'the West' on China's leaders be counter-productive? But will the Dalai Lama be allowed to compromise?
Honouring the Real Truth of Ground Zero
Where did those towers go? And why are they still hauling topsoil in and out every week? Recent developments at the cutting edge of 911 research promise an exciting paradigm switch full of promise for a 'great awakening'.
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Transparency Breeds Trust: A View from Overseas
The cancer of electoral deception is now spreading around the world.We must stop this 'stealth-technology' take-over before it is too late.Not only are computerised elections expensive & unreliable,they are also bound to further reduce'trust in the political process'& thus lead to falling NOT rising levels of electoral participation.Unless everyone's vote really counts,we will head back to corporate feudalism and endless wars.
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Democracy- here and across the Atlantic
The paradox of the traditional system is that trust results from accepting
the starting point of resolute mutual distrust. By contrast having to accept
'expert' assurances about technology that no one is really in a position to
extend, not even the experts, is a recipe for increased distrust in the
political process and ever-lower turn-outs.