We are governed by a false narrative that everything is predicated on wealth

The accumulation of wealth for its own sake is responsible for poverty because it is unnatural and false. It is anti-life. Human kind are the only creatures who have this imposed false narrative of being, every other creature and, indeed, most humans, merely want enough and having enough will get on and do other things, […]

Happy pro-active new year – the Tories must go

In 1921, C P Scott, editor of the Manchester Guardian for nearly 50 years, wrote an essay to mark the papers centenary in which he wrote that the “primary office” of a newspaper is accurate news reporting, saying “comment is free, but facts are sacred”. He would likely have abhorred the present time where news […]

The Tories are violating our human rights daily

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,436 Tuesday 17 May 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Power speaking to me is not democracy, authority is not democracy and in order to speak to me it must be legitimate. I am democracy, I speak to power as a right, that is democracy. Write that down and […]

The line has been long crossed and the curse is Tory

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,427 Sunday 08 May 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, It’s a curious juxtaposition; Lynton Crosby knighted for services to dirty politics by an unelected head of state and Sadiq Khan becoming Mayor of London on the biggest personal democratic mandate in British political history. Bizarrely Sadiq Khan was […]

Government can make crimes against humanity legal, but never right

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,323 Friday 22 January 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, The law does not uphold what is right or just, the law merely upholds the law and those who make law. When those who make law are unjust, the laws they pass serve injustice in order to deprive and […]

Forgive me if I die laughing of grief

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,241 Monday 26 October 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, One of the major problems we face in Britain today is cognitive dissonance, the difficulty of holding and resolving conflicting attitudes, beliefs or behaviours. We are all subject to it in a complex world, including the police as I […]

Think tank recommends policies that would kill pensioners as “practical”

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,222 Tuesday 06 October 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, Every year thousands of people die because they cannot afford to heat their homes, last winter saw around 40,000 deaths, the highest for 15 years. Ed Matthew, director of the Energy Bill Revolution, notes that 80% fewer homes will […]

DWP routine violations of Article 2 of the Human Rights Act

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,032 Wednesday 18 March 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, The Human Rights Act 1998. The right to life contained in Article 2: imposes an obligation on the State to protect the right to life; prohibits the State from intentionally killing; and requires an effective and proper investigation into […]