Nonviolence

18.01.2015 Tony Robinson

How to disconnect from a source of intense irritation

How to disconnect from a source of intense irritation

The West is behaving with unspeakable physical violence against the Muslim world, just as the Western economic system is behaving with unspeakable economic violence against their own populations.  It is not a surprise that unspeakable physical violence by “terrorists” in Paris, London, New York, Madrid and other places is the … »

17.01.2015 Pressenza London

London Mayor spends £250,000 supressing peaceful protests

Freedom of Information requests to Boris Johnson’s Greater London Authority and Metropolitan Police reveal that the Mayor spent nearly £250,000 [1] in October trying to prevent peaceful pro-democracy protesters [2] from protesting in Parliament Square. The documents also revealed that at the height of Johnson’s efforts to prevent peaceful pro-democracy … »

16.01.2015 Tony Robinson

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr celebrated his birthday on the 15th of January and on the 3rd Monday of every January the USA has a federal holiday to mark the great man. Being nearly 50 years since his assassination, we wonder what Martin Luther King Jr. would have made of the … »

15.01.2015 Silvia Swinden

Violence is always self-destructive

Violence is always self-destructive

As boomerangs go, violence has no competitors. It always comes back, it always finds a reaction to its action. It always has consequences that are unexpected, unwanted and unstoppable. Who benefits the most from the violence unleashed by fundamentalists in Paris and Nigeria? Most probably the islamophobes, Le Pen’s Front … »

14.01.2015 Robert Burrowes

The importance of being angry

The importance of being angry

Unfortunately, in many circles, anger has a bad reputation. There are several reasons for this. One reason is that we are scared when people are angry at us, so we try to scare people, especially children, out of being angry. By doing this, we hope to escape responsibility for our … »

Newsletter


Archives

Except where otherwise note, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.