First Chris Cornell and now Chester Bennington

First Chris Cornell and now Chester Bennington. Absolutely horrible news. None of us are immune to the tragedies that can happen in life or the effects of mental illnesses. In the heart ache of death and the loss of family members, friends and influences we have to remain vigilant for a better tomorrow. Hold on… Continue Reading First Chris Cornell and now Chester Bennington

Crawling in my skinT

Crawling in my skinT.hese wounds they will not heal.Fear is how I fall.Confusing what is real.There’s something inside me.That pulls beneath the surface.Consuming, confusing.This lack of self control I fear.Is never ending, controlling.I can’t seem to find myself again.My walls are closing in.(Without a sense of confidence).(I’m convinced that there’s).(Just too much pressure to take.I’ve… Continue Reading Crawling in my skinT

It is not covert if we all know of it

It is not covert if we all know of it—-this action is NOT good policy or long term far-sighted…the USA has always armed rebels who want democracy and are ANTI-autocrat, but then Trump is demonstrably PRO-autocrat: from the The Week: Trump reportedly ending covert CIA effort to arm moderate Syrian rebels President Trump is ending… Continue Reading It is not covert if we all know of it

It’s pretty clear that Austen Ivereigh considers Thomas Williams to be one of those Manichean Calvinists mentioned in the article

It’s pretty clear that Austen Ivereigh considers Thomas Williams to be one of those Manichean Calvinists mentioned in the article. His reasoning is based on a plain text reading of Breitbart News. Thomas, for his part, launched into his normal strategy for discrediting an actual expert, such as an actual Catholic intellectual, by first accusing… Continue Reading It’s pretty clear that Austen Ivereigh considers Thomas Williams to be one of those Manichean Calvinists mentioned in the article

12 And He began to speak to them in parables: “A man planted a vineyard and put a [a]wall around it

12 And He began to speak to them in parables: “A man planted a vineyard and put a [a]wall around it, and dug a vat under the wine press and built a tower, and rented it out to [b]vine-growers and went on a journey. 2 At the harvest time he sent a slave to the… Continue Reading 12 And He began to speak to them in parables: “A man planted a vineyard and put a [a]wall around it

Those who will not speak ill of globalisation should hold their peace on the subject or gentrification

Those who will not speak ill of globalisation should hold their peace on the subject or gentrification. At the heart of the long term housing crisis is London’s two speed economy. As the expanding, globally competitive part of drives up rents and prices, wages stagnate in the other part. London is now full of businesses… Continue Reading Those who will not speak ill of globalisation should hold their peace on the subject or gentrification

Here is the provisional list of the 5 things:

Here is the provisional list of the 5 things: #1. The prison system, particularly with regard to young offenders, which I believe is grossly under-funded and cruel. #2. The changes to the benefits system with regard to people who live with disabilities. Again, I see deliberate under-funding, motivated by cynicism and cruelty. #3. The closure… Continue Reading Here is the provisional list of the 5 things:

Today at the discussion meeting with the honourable MP M

Today at the discussion meeting with the honourable MP M. A. Mannan. Organised by the Jagannathpur Upozela Unnoyon Shongstha (UK). People from JU area, residing here in the UK, had the opportunity to exchange their views, ideas, opinions and most importantly present their demands. Most notable demands were for corruption free law and order system… Continue Reading Today at the discussion meeting with the honourable MP M