Tonight was like any other Tuesday evening of my life, until that moment a stranger pulled a knife on me as I walked home. I don’t recount this story as a victim statement of any kind as the ironic thing about the situation is, although I was the one at the pointy-end of the knife, … Continue reading Living life on the knife edge
Re: Motion on Establishment of Anti-Corruption Agency, 8-9/12/2015 Dear representative elected on behalf of the people of the Republic of Ireland, This week a motion was proposed to the Dáil to set up an independent agency to address corruption in Ireland. The Government proposed amendments to the motion which stripped it of all its substance … Continue reading Letter to TDs on corruption in Ireland
Our world is in crisis, with violence being the core issue; violence towards each other and our environment, originating from violence towards ourselves. For the violence external to us to be solved, the violence internal needs to be addressed. We commit offences towards ourselves all the time. These minor acts are the framework for the … Continue reading Solving the crisis of violence
Dear Andrew, Your "Our Iron Ore" campaign has ignited the public imagination. It has reminded people that the resources which lie in the ground actually belong to all of us, the people of Australia. On OurIronOre.com, it states, "We are all impacted by the disappearing iron ore dollars in our economy and we want to … Continue reading A letter to Twiggy
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" - George Santayana Since the beginning of recorded civilisation, we have documented the key moments from our collective existence and defined it as "our history". This history has shown us where we came from, and with some analysis and understanding, serves to provide insight … Continue reading Do we learn from our past?