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Covid-19 Certificate for Travel. Discretion. Our Important Job Creation Scheme.

Last Thursday, 22 November, 2020,I flew out of London Heathrow Airport for the 90 minute flight to Frankfurt Airport, Germany. Around 15 minutes before landing, the flight attendant came to each passenger to ask if we were in transit to another country at Frankfurt or disembarking to stay in Germany. Continue reading 



Oatly Oat Milk and its Investments. It might leave a bad taste in your mouth. 1 of 2

A couple of years ago, word travelled around Totnes, Devon, UK of the delicious taste of Oatly milk in coffee and tea. Customers would arrive at the Happy Apple store in Totnes at delivery time to ensure buying a couple of cartons. Continue reading 



Mindfulness. A Single Limb in the Body of the Teachings/Practises. A Podcast. Ron Purser with Questions for Christopher

Ron Purser interviewed me for his 60 minute Mindful Cranks podcast in July 2020.

Professor of Management in the College of Business at San Francisco State University, Ron is the author of McMindfulness: How Mindfulness Became the New Capitalist Spirituality. Dr. Purser is an ordained Zen Dharma Teacher in the Korean Zen Taego order of Buddhism. Continue reading 



Will Adolf Hitler eventually win World War Two? State/Corporate Control and the Refugee Crisis. Part One of Two

Will Adolf Hitler eventually win World War 2?

Are we getting closer to 1930’s Fascism?

What shows wisdom and compassion

in this global refugee crisis?

PART ONE OF TWO

Sub-headings:

A Definition of Fascism

Intention behind the essay

The Rise of European Fascism in the 1930s

USA Corporations and Fascism in the 1930’s and 1940’s

USA Corporations in Europe today

US Army and the Heritage of Iraq

The Rise of Anti-Immigration Parties in Europe

Examples of 14 Countries with growing Far Right Parties and Policies

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TED Talks. A Critique

Is it time for TED to walk the talk?

I watch occasionally on YouTube a TED (Technology, Education, Design) talk which claims to “challenge our core beliefs in search of deeper truth, while we celebrate the thinkers, dreamers and mavericks who dare to offer bold new alternatives.” Continue reading 




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