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Brexit. UK needs a Coup. A British kind of Coup. A Soft Coup. To get rid of the Government

There is no point in sitting on the fence and complaining. We must make a proposal for real change to resolve the Brexit nightmare.

Thanks to Brexit, Britain is in a political, democratic and constitutional crisis. Crisis has become an English understatement. Continue reading 



The Wisdom of Political Action

The Wisdom of Political Action

Let him see each arisen state. Let him know that and sure of that, invincibly, unshakeably. (MN.131)

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12 Questions to Meditate on and Enquire into

12 Questions to Meditate on and Enquire into

Teachings and practices include a deep exploration of significant issues of our life.

We have the capacity to see the truth and the reality of situations. Continue reading 



Je Suis Charlie” – and the terrorist too!

Those who hold up the sign “Je Suis Charlie”

need to read  the  poem

“Call Me by My True Names.”

I recall in the late 1970s reading the Poem Call Me by My True Names by the beloved Buddhst monk, Venerable Thich Nhat Hahn. The poem has perhaps became the best loved  poem in the Buddhist world in recent generations. Continue reading 




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