Last week I joined the Labour party. The final thing that made me do so was the tweet battle between Israeli PM Netanyahu and Labour party leader Corbyn
Emotions are an annoyingly vague type of thought. Something can make you angry in the morning and you may find yourself angry at something completely unrelated hours later which you would not otherwise have cared about. Emotions linger in your mind and cause many misunderstandings. Reasoning based on emotions can be dangerous to your mental health, but we all do it.
All it needs for you to be manipulated into any belief is misdirecting your focus. If you don’t look directly at the problem, you are at risk of seeing what is not there. This is the basic method of magic tricks – misdirection….
There are many levels of this manipulation. The whole agenda behind preventing violent extremism is one of the biggest…
Political correctness pushes people not to question ideas for fear of being insulted and attacked. This is particularly the case when it comes to nonsense paraded as the new orthodoxy about homosexuality….
People love solving problems, sometimes too much. Sometimes they create the problems just to solve them. What is the relationship between Israel and anti-Semitism?
Should heterosexual couples be allowed to have civil partnerships or can British law on marriage be redefined to make it more relevant to the needs of people today.
Should the Kurds have their own state? Or the Scots, or the Catalans? When can a minority go against the will of the majority and declare its own independence?
Did Trump really mock a disabled reporter? If so ,why? Youtube has censored my comment on this subject and on why Trump owes an apology to Muslims, not disabled people.
Trump has identified that “Radical Islam” is a a common enemy of Russia and the USA. But how will this new label be used? Can Trump win against Isis with Russia and declare victory and wind back the US empire?
With Trump’s victory, what does this rise of nationalism mean – could it be a good thing?