A Modern Day Anthropologist Working The Online Trenches

Writing these days is like Greek or Latin. Some get it sooner than later depending on how it’s working out for you. In most cases it never works out as well as originally planned. The plan is as simple as waving a flag and to then expect winning results. Only a fool would believe such nonsense.

We start out life thinking everything will just happen at the click of a button, without any real focus. We walk into a room, flick on a switch to only find somebody else had already turned on the light of day. And now we feel like it’s us who flicked on the darkness. Equally the written word has been relegated below the image. Video has muscled in and presentations have squeezed the life out of time.

Product worshipping has replaced the need for seasons. The glass dome we live in is a giant sun room that looks like a golf ball. You can brush and polish it all you like but it won’t always yield a ‘eagle’ hole in one.

To the outside world writing seems like a boil or rash. I often get comments like how would you like to pay for some SEO. Follow me on Twitter or Instagram, never “How’s your father?”. Luckily there are still avid readers who still enjoy real cream profiteroles.

Blogging is a great way to document thoughts. You can look around all you like, follow everyone and anyone. But actually spotting talent and tracking them down is like talking Greek. It won’t be long before you’ll have them all crashing on your sofa. Most blogs are just wet beds. It’s easy to just ‘dip your toe into things’ or ‘bang in a few clichés here and there’ but actually squeezing out substance, rythmn and reason seems a whole other ball game. Is just great to have a place to kick the ball into a brick wall as hard as possible.

So is blogging a game, or is it more like a voluntary soup kitchen? We stand around ladling bowls of soup and stuffing passers by with crusty bread and butter all day. To only one day realise asperations are like ships in the night. You are attracting the rich and famous. The people who need your skills are out there dating your next girlfriend. It’s like one day that revelation reveals itself as plain as the pimple on the end of your nose. The secret is they do get behind you you only have to resume the position and simply ask. Sad really how most folks at some point made themselves recieve that sort of punishment. These sort of blocks keep people back from commenting on anything outside of their own world of problems.

Most of societies problems are amplified in solo fake news. This promoted belief is done through making readers believe they are the only ones reading things. These readers feel lonely and unique, like it’s only themselves that share each others experiences. It used to be the other way around. If you wanted someone to share your blurbs you do certain things. Techniques that make themselves different and unique. It’s this pressure that gets the heard commenting. It’s the same people who look back at other people and say ‘Jesus, I so proud of you!’. Yet all they see of themselves is the leaky cracks in their world. The mess starts within which is why we all experience guilt. This sort of guilt is rediculous, false and serves nobody.

And the hobbyhorse. We think it’s fine being left in the Postman Pat red car rocking with a collection of coins in the metre, whilst leaders and guardians go about their business in the busy shopping mall. They hang their friends out to dry like hats on a stand. So its ok to throw a ball of paper again into that little paper basket far, far away? No it isn’t and neither should you feel like a screwed up piece of paper. You see we have made this world a world of editors. Society is filled with a world of invisible criques whom rather than show themselves, they just keep on churning out the same crap.

Take photojournalists for example. You see maybe one picture of themselves in the avatar of themselves hiding behind a lens. This naturally attracts other photographers who have avatars of themselves hiding behind a lens. Its like the happy lens club. Stuff them and there silly lens avatars. If they have problems reading and writing the that’s just the way it is and those things will never change. And music fans. They listen, they learn but have lost that needed outlet of karaoke so instead they go out in the world, singing other peoples songs and expect to get paid for it, potty training comes to mind. I’m a big boy now. Its wiping time. Ben becomes the big monster gloating in the pool. The Mars or Snickers. The photographers Hoola Hoop face in a ball of fire. The literature on the lavatory wall saying call me you sissi.

Most people understandably don’t even read it. My hope is a world of more people busy writing instead of just pressing buttons thinking the rest of the world will clap at the top five names on the Pheonix, Mr Do! High score.

Drafting Out Interactionism – Understanding Society

Learn from the ring leaders, they draft things out before tackling anything. If you like sociology, politics, London or communications then get on this.

Sociology as I am sure you understand is about the study of people. That is us, how we communicate, interacted and quantity information at certain times about a variety of topics.

Some of these topics are important and others not so important.

Who are you and who are you speaking too? And are you reaching the right audience.

An audience must understand your jargon to fully comprehend your message. Depending on how you use this jargon those who understand will begin to shape ideas about you by evaluating the rhetoric you consistently use. Moreover they will already have a perception about who you are depending which organisations you represent.

Human behaviour shapes citizens outlook of how they treat you face to face or by merit. If you deliver what they want to hear and offer solutions, then this is what they will expect from you. If you share common values, colours or project shared symbols they will come to you quicker.

In London we have Big Ben right next to the Houses of Parliament. When the bells ring on the hour we are also reminded of something important happening in that area.

Politics in Britain is slightly different to other countries, we have a Privie Council from all over the country who commute to London to air their constituents views to a variety of political party members. We also have to Royals which make Britain unique by proxy.

Without shaping views about politics my point is simple: In any occupation there is a hierarchy and within that structure is a selection of gentlemen and women who speak for large numbers of people.

Depending on which catchment area you live in we can make certain assumptions about who will get what. But overall the assumption should be everybody in the same position should be treated the same way. The variables differ compared to other skilled occupations.

They differ by words used in communications, body language and a culpable palpable voice sounding crucial topics that consider a variety of norms.

When politicians get this consistently right, when the bell tolls you can safely assume all will be good when they step foot into the Houses of Parliament.

If you or they start of making jokes about things there is a danger of getting treated like a comedian instead of a politician. Equally many politicians are great when the cameras are on them, which amplifies their persona to a larger audience. This creates spin offs on various shows where they will get to prove there point. Anything they miss in communications with the world will be judged. Most good politicians in the public eye I imagine have been in the system a while, kept a low profile, served their constituents well and have support of other constituencies.

The best thing about a House for Parliament is other areas get to share and adapt with similar areas therefore making society change in a logical way. The problem seems to be the convincing rhetoric and understanding of what everyone wants to hear to push a personal agenda. Personal experience is the most powerful, so with that said how can we be sure the individual at some time in there life has had to deal with something traumatic?

Trauma creates facial ticks or makes words symbolically attached with triggers that could slow a man down like a rabbit on the road. They could lose temper and nobody understands why. This could lead to being labelled madness and then be treated as such. It could also change the way mad people are seen within the group. When they leave and walk down the road to Victoria or Charing Cross and see all the homeless people they might realise they are not insane too. See how easy it is to pass a word and amplify it into something else.

When you consistently exaggerate problems people start to hear less of you. Your image will keep you in the pack. Rather than see you as an Ace or a Diamond, they will imagine you as a Joker or top Trumps.

The Brexit Arguement For And Against

My first guest here on Democracy and World Peace. Andrew Copeman is a fellow English Literature graduate of London Metropolitan University. This post is about ‘the Brexit’.

As we seemingly head for a Brexit what is the future for politics in the United Kingdom?

Is Labour under Corbyn really able to parlay extreme left-wing politics in to pragmatism?

Furthermore, is politics in the United Kingdom really able to withstand the financial implications of a Brexit?

These are questions that must be addressed if there is to be any parity in the United Kingdom’s position globally.

A complete change in attitude is required; are we really to remain at the beck-and-call of an unelected Euro bureaucracy or do we have the power to rest back control of our Borders?

These questions will be answered in the coming months.

Is Brexit a True Exit?

The arguments for  #Brexit often seem persuasive; greater control of the United Kingdom’s Borders, Sovereignty. a break from EU bureaucracy and corruption.

Being on-the-fence, whilst easy at the early stages of the debate, seems increasingly cowardly, not to mention redundant, the closer the Referendum gets.

An objective of critical thinking is to develop techniques that allow men and women to appreciate that hot-button issues such as immigration are more than simply hollow buzz-words.

Speakers Christopher Hitchens, Tariq Ramadan 2010 discussion about faith, Islam and Christian Peace

France is an interesting country where law and government make decisions unique in a sense to my previous point made in a earlier post about leadership. Tariq has a French accent so I assume he lives in France. In this talk he also highlights the right to criticise governments which is perhaps another French link with counter-culture. The right to protest basically.

I am not a full supporter of protest however I did like 6 million other people years ago attend the protest around London trying to make a point not to invade Iraq. I just noticed this video on YouTube watched and liked the answers each speaker said. They are both very educated, make really good points about these things and leadership is mentioned.

I like the respect of countries laws and constitutions. I have read my earlier post to a couple of friends who have given me feedback which have made me review what I said. Granted there are a few spelling mistakes as well.

At the end of the debate the live viewers of this debate asked some great questions and both speakers give really insightful answers. The feedback I got from council of friends as first am I an anarchist? To which the answer is no.

Secondly I learned that asking these questions about religion are really none of my business, so why would I want to involve myself in these sorts of debates? This debate answers and reinforces what my friend Dennis said after me reading the post out to him on the bus in Knightsbridge. Christopher brings up the example of Salman Rushdie and what happened to him after getting involved in this sort of literature. I knew this and probably why I read to to friends just to check. I even considering deleting previous post even though I felt compelled by timing that I should write such things.

Like Chris in this video recorded four years ago, I have a very short hair cut so I was well pleased to watch this debate that said I think anyone who may have read my earlier post which is a bit long and makes some humorous points about law around the world.

The second bit of feedback I got was from an Oxford luminary who pointed out that Oxford library is an amazing hub for Protestant texts for which is what my real religious background is. Again this video covers a lot of the Christian nostalgia which counterbalance where law is today.

Similarly on topic of world peace Tariq explores some great points on topic and has helped be understand some answers about philosophies and religious studies. Then there is the progression of self and an ability to respect self without drawing from history without some sort of equal balance is in every case an argument that will not end in balanced resolution of peace without some sort of rest bite.

Debate: Atheist vs Muslim (Christopher Hitchens vs Tariq Ramadan) – YouTube.

Democracy and healthy world peace: John Pilger

This video introduces Mr Pilger’s work and why he chose this type of research.

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As a continuation of the post after this one more video’s from John Pilger they include include

Obama Marketing Misconceptions.

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This video introduces Mr Pilger’s work and why he chose this type of research.

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This second clip includes an excerpt from John’s documentary stealing a nation.

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John Pilger is questioned about Islanders in the Empire and how Tony Blaire had to deal with this type of situation within the British Empire that was part of the Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez questions.

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Vociferous groups that support Israel have been intimidating British Intelligence. ‘Freedom Next Time’ and the ‘War on Democracy’ is highlighted in this clip to demonstrate this point. Both shows again were produced by John Pilger. The clip of ‘War on Democracy’ uses the Hugo Chavez example to show how cu’s in countries can intervene in Polatics.

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Democracy or World Peace reflections.

Reflections on Democracy and World Peace.

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The landscape of peace is on reflection being won by information, sales and Internet utilisation. The high end use of the internet has become yet another vessel of commodity. The commodity it holds are often useless and loaded with biased misinformation. You can find out more about this by listening to Noam Chomsky’s interviews with Democracy Now.

The link below again highlights the importance of Marketing role models. Below this you will find a back link to Chomsky’s page about Empire’s and how they practice what they preach.


Loosing hope.

Well I guess without another person knowing the truth, the truth is not at all valid, to Avant garde perhaps.


Truth is often difficult to understand, and the fact is I admittedly said the truth was what I sort but why does this process have to be so complicated. Hypothetically speaking the truth coming from the horses mouth is difficult to cultivate if one cannot process the information in a logical provable format. I argue that some of this data springs out at the right time, however the truth is it has to be repetitive, logical and linking to simple provable events (usually reported by some media) the verify the truth from the one you trust who you originally approached about knowing. Why is it we live in an age of second and third opinions. Well I guess without another person knowing the truth, the truth is not at all valid, to Avant garde perhaps. Ahead of the days especially if that news is scare mongering before it’s time. For example, lets say you read in a blog or a forum something about the future, however until you actually new the bigger picture and the knowledge of future histories does the truth make sense. And who’s to say what that bigger picture is. The present could all also be not true, especially when know-body is claiming to know the truth. It’s times like this that people turn to spiritual enlightenment to increase the perceptions of what is right. However in-between these intervals the head can slate these negative moments.

Education is historically correct if somewhat out of date a couple of years, however during the term is seems like the course is following current trends, however to get the points that clearly explain the truth (Other recognised truths) you must consult old books, sometimes a year often 20 years but more often than not new books regurgitating old news. People magically are still raving on about Aristotle, consulting other Greek imperial data, as they think about the popularity of it’s poetry. This creativity is overshadowing the points required for academia. A good analogy is constructed upon the fact that the creativity of writing is totally different to constructing a similar layout of writing an essay, or following the format of a report, citing and concluding the same analogies of everybody else who is bound to pass. Gaining results from the truth is only relevant if you act upon the truth which is soon to be lost in historical archives. What I’m expecting I guess is the truth is something that can be used to create a good change. Symbolically though this change and transference of information has be egotistical if you did not actually experience these hunches, your just following other peoples hunches. I guess this is what separates the winners from the passive audience. I could blame the TV, but I won’t. I could blame my many e-mails from Twitter (find me on robbwindow ) just as I could blame the cupboards for not refilling it’s self with food. But what’s missing is that innate desire to feed the brain.

Water and thirst is a good way of transforming this thirst for knowledge (that leeks a little truth) however the beware of the brains white washing effect. Brain retention could be innate just as it can be damaged by not absorbing the right vits and minerals.