Monthly Archives: October 2012

The World turned upside down

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has a had close friend or aide arrested. In the US elections, the combatants seem to be competing in a race to decide who has killed most foreigners. Ahmadinejad has … Continue reading

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March for Farmed animals – Brighton.

I was at the march for Farmed Animals in Brighton on Saturday the 6th of October. At the rally, was a Buddhist monk. He spoke about how a woman who had lost a son in Afghanistan had come to him. … Continue reading

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Some myths about full employment

In the Middle Ages, there was full employment. It was called the Feudal System. Only a few people had any rights. They were the people who ran the show. The King ruled by divine right (apparently.) Nobody was paid. These … Continue reading

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A State of Fear, a book by Dr Reza Ghaffari

Dr Ghaffari was arrested in the Spring of 1981. After that he spent years in Iran’s prisons. He witnessed the torture & interrogation of prisoners who had done absolutely nothing wrong. At least they had done nothing which in any … Continue reading

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Prevention is better than cure

It seems that there is a strong link between Alzheimer’s & diabetes. In fact I gather from an e-mail from care2 causes that many consider Alzheimer’s to be diabetes3. It seems that the foods to avoid are sweet things, biscuits … Continue reading

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