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.

Democratic Party

The democratic party is on again this week, so if you have anything to do with politics, be there or be square.

This is not your usual party political democrats meet up. Food will be served yourself. This is a self catering do. Which means you’ll just have to bring your own bottle.

We’ll be launching a new boat and a surprise guest will cut the red ribbon. You can look forward to politicians old and new. There will be a charitable whip round for surprised politicians selected to walk the plank.

The party doesn’t end with a boat. Expect posh lodgings around the city. Funding will be available for anyone who finds free lodgings. On occupation of the building we will provide you with the best space possible and perhaps some clean linen. You can expect wide screen projections and long PowerPoint presentations. Bring your own laboratory paper please because on site chemical toilets will be reserved for leaders of the dark side.

We ask that you provide your own rosettes and tie your own tie in the morning. We recommending matching ties and Rosetta, blue for cribs and red for honour. Be prepared this is a GTA5 game graphics event. We expect you to do as your told and get the job done as quick as humanely possible. Gang bangers will be turned away at the door, so dress appropriately, leave the clown suites at home.

This is a once a year event, so prepared for anything for this not your usual democratic party. If you attended last year and survived it, please wear the lousy t-shirt we got you. This years event will have great keynote speakers who have recently retired from the political force. They will be signing shirts, so look out for them. Expect another whip round for them. We hope to raise enough funds to send them home packing.

SPOILER ALERT: topics of the day include – politics, sport, keynote jokes, funding guidance and inside tips about up and coming red tape. All the fun of the fair really.

When Praying Becomes Inapropriate

Praying becomes inappropriate when there is a conflict of interest in objects. From the symbols we shape, to the mistakes historians have made. In Britian we have in God we trust. Building rust in the very fibre of creation.

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The truth is always changing as and when new texts are found in the archives of the past. The conclusions made in today’s entry is bipartisan to anything you may have read in the past here on Democracy and World Peace, however the research done, as always is done the same way.

From the Virgin Mary to the Prince of Darkness, stories have been written in the older languages. Translations have been made by scholars over the years, as and when new texts pop up. Some of these texts includes maps, which shine light on the Holy Land origins.

One example of a change in holy places is Jeruseleum. Texts show it should have been somewhere between Syria and Vatican City. The walls have come down in East Berlin and the West Wall in Isreal is now dictated by Muslim law’s that argue praying to a wall is wrong.

Another is the story of Rumi the poet and where he was buried. Sufi poets are now always arguing about what goes where. The prayer is a connection to the trance. Again Trance is genre of music said to give a partial dose of a similar medicine. Tribal folks in Urban built up areas turn to something more upbeat like Drum & Bass or this new Hard House music.

In other cultures music like politics is a taboo subject. Some countries see musical instruments as illegal instruments, yet show online, popular ways of using, or hiding weapons. God and war has always been married together, I think this is wrong. We should give marriage another chance.

Again some cultures testify that more than one wife is necessary in society and having kids is an important part of being human. Yet the same countries that respect these cultures, have rituals that are imposed on male and female children. Of course to Western society this is not only barbaric and unhygienic, it is also immoral.

When praying becomes inappropriate part one

Praying to some is the lifeline that keeps them in communication with ancestral lines, passed down for generations. When the cord is cut on this people become powerless over many things. The media provides a process which skilfully disconnects people from doing their process.

inapropriate_prayersPraying is done differently across the globe to excite the senses into making the brain validate the whole process. From smells from ‘Heaven’ to prostrating and bending of the knees.

Commonly we have learned to respect the nature of prayer and are always assessing the truth and how truth validates new groups and cults that sprout up.

Equally elders are seen as the ‘go to people’ over anything else.

Spiritual law in many communities overshadows common law. And in many instances influences the laws of a land. We see this manifest itself in politics.

Politicians find loop holes in local spiritual beliefs for their own gain. Anything from tax havens to laws that block them from blocking something that needs blocking for society or otherwise this in most cases in humanely wrong.

When praying becomes inappropriate next is part two

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More and more people are adapting their prayers to try to retrieve whats missing now the media wall is crumbling. Prayer is taking a back-burner before elections. People who pray for the better good of mankind are being distracted in conversations evoked by politicians names.

This is not just happening in the UK or the USA it’s happening all over the world.

When praying becomes inappropriate and finally part three

Prayer becomes inappropriate when diagnosed as an illness. This is another way prayer is paused. For example in the lower echelons of this problem people with obsessive and compulsive disorders create rituals of their own to keep family members safe. To the higher scale of consciousness; when the diagnosis has to be medicated and the ritual of prayer is replaced with taking medications.

People pray for themselves in different ways and this creates ridicule from the un-initiated.

In the video below find out from researcher and author of at least ten books Adrian Gilbert how Syria may hold the new Jerusalem.

You have all heard the term tree huggers. Pagans labelled as such because they do not have a powerful symbol to represent the faith in nature. Tree’s are very sacred in most texts and they are becoming effected with all the pollution from cars. Tree’s have always got infected, look at Oude its like cancer. The cancer lives in all tree’s its only when activated does the bark get effected and loses its original aroma. Perhaps Tree Hungers like perfume and aftershave or deodorant does draws people nearly  and simply make them fall in love with nature.

Many faiths are more interested in more pungent smells. Some churches burn incense in an incense shaker and make sure everybody in the building gets a whiff of it on the clothes.

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So what is happening in Syria rather than what is happening with the British Brexit or Who will be the American President ‘Potus’ to replace Barack Obama?

These questions are just more ways of diverting us from our primary purpose of prayer, however you do it. If you are waking up, at home, in the morning, with Hillary Clinton next to you, it’s really not going to help and could eventually, effect your health. Similarly if you wake up and not do the daily chores; like leaving Europe things are going to begin to stack up.

Even the richest prey. They prey on all sorts of things. Some of them prey on people, particularly the weak. Little boys and girls for instance. Underage air hostesses flown to Islands where the laws of the land are made by the owners. People seeking wealth instead of the Golden Child flock to these Islands to find out how wealth is made. Prey teaches us that belongings are anchors that weigh us down from understanding who we are and where we are going. It’s not for me to say where Jeffrey Epstein is going or where Donald Trump has been or where Hillary can stick it.

In the video below you can find out the full array of information online about Jeff Epstein and his relationship with Donald Trump, Bill Clinton and the Virgin Islands.

I hope you find it in yourself what you are looking for. I agree some people make great coaches and leaders, however due to the Global Hodge Podge of things, it’s difficult to pin point early on what the motives are. Agendas are key solution to this prayer thing, I think. What do you think, I’d love to know what’s what. If there is a New Jerusalem and a baby is born does this also mean in a parallel universe a Prince of Darkness is or was born. How did droplets of water come from asteroids in outer space. Happy November the 5th!

Calm Before The Storm – Nice/Turkey Shock

Nice was a terrible incident. The world is shocked at the behaviour of this individual on the French South coast, a 31 year old man from Tunisia running people over, shooting people and having grenades. Today in the news we see Istanbul Turkey having complications there too.

The situation was eventually contained by the Nice police. Children from all over the world killed, the parents and other innocent bystanders.

The world reactions from worldwide leaders has created more analysis on the subject.

People react to difficult situations like we see happening consistently these past 18 months in France.

Terrorism is a difficult subject to predict and even harder to deal with.

The man was executed to contain the situation, which makes it even harder to find out who the culprits are financing the terrorism.

I Turkey 89 people or more have been killed.

The army has challenged to Turkish government and maybe classed as a coup.

Many people from Turkey around the world are worried that Turkish authoritarian PM may have been involved in skull duggery.

Turkey has a 9% unemployment rate and received less aid from outside countries in the past ten years due to its rising economy.

Ten years ago at an EU summit urban country Turkey was said to be a secret ally in creating peace around the world due to there long experience in mixed faiths or religious people living together.

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This model has successfully helped shaped the world we live in today.

People have learned to take an interest in one another. But there are still those out set with hearts set on divide to conquer.

2 million people immigrated there last year. One year is not enough time to cipher how well this integration is going.

In all instances the death rate has fallen birth rates have dropped and more importantly homicide rates have been reduced.

The country is lucky to have 19 pupils per teacher.

The Turkish PM blamed an academic sufi imam Muslim who was expelled from the country to America for the July 2016 Tunisian/Istanbul troubles.

The man he suspects is an Islamic mystic believed to live in Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania.

A difficult assumption by all measures but due to the shock of the incident this sort of finger pointing so early on is understandable.

I am sure the state in America will help Istanbul get to the bottom of these allegations.

Also even though I have I think it is wrong to sandwich two tragedies together because it will not help to find the truth about the origins of the terrorism.

Equally I think we should be critical of any terrorist groups that claim responsibilities for these crimes because this is what they want, people living in fear accusing neighbours of crimes they are not responsible for and increasing the hate crimes around the world.

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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.

Politics, leadership and democracy

Anyone outside of working in politics does not have enough time to think for themselves. The leaders should be the ones to get the ball rolling. I agree in the voting system it’s just all the other uncomfortable changes that happen leading up to voting day.

When the holidays come it’s time to process change and quickly decide what your chosen party is saying. You have time to quickly see who are the leaders and get ideas from what they say. If you follow this you will not far go wrong.

So many of us understand the options now and enjoy looking at what it is people stand for. In a democratic country citizens grow up to learn the hierarchical opportunities. The community together reveal issues within the structuralism of each party.

Taking an active lead at a party is like challenging guests to a breakdancing competition. Even if you can dance it requires precision to win. To understand who the challengers are who might turn up to the party requires research. Watching videos of other breakers. Ideally like a couple of ice skaters you want to get behind the best composition. Timing is crucial if an all round 10 from judge’s is your countries goal.

It is good to be set in your ways because then it is easy to emulate what your leader is saying. You can find your own spin on the broad directive and influence others by anchoring yourself from instructive tweets.

On the other side democracy is a podium and what you see is what you get. Less chance here of noticing where people in these areas are coming from. Less organised voters, often confused at the party. They have questions, though when they put hands up to ask nobody notices and when they speak nothing really resonates.

Good news is nothing really happens until everyone have agreed what to do. Voters have a good experience in what to expect on the day of the vote.

Some even have a favourite booth to privately fill in bits of paper and tick relevant boxes. Some lucky voters do early via direct post or Internet submission.

I like the way the majority of voters spend most of the year residents here too.

Though waiting for the results is like watching paint dry.

And it’s good to not get to caught up in other people’s dance.

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.

Leadership in NATO Questioning Koran

left_gatekeepersThis year we have seen european education focusing on Leadership, many of you have been educated from various backgrounds and understand what I mean. NATO has invested in new ways of understanding the world and trying to understand why the world is the way it is. NATO stands for north Atlantic treaty organisation and they take great pride when given a pat on the back when they show they have understood the new literature which is helping people evolve. The prime aim is to educate women and educate men and women on how women think. The work place has changed and more and more women are working in high executive positions where decisions have to be made. Teams working together in unison can really help companies succeed. Sometimes people will have to be disciplined and taught about new values. This temporary transition has effected the legal system. Many people are worried about the law, but since the law is changing they should not worry, they have to educate themselves. My question is this, will this transformation be as disruptive as the crusades? Also I ask how long will it take for people who have been educated in various laws around the world to become universal. Also I ask about the value of life and like NATO take a look at the persuasion techniques already in place to keep people happy and peaceful. Another question if I get time I would really love to discuss and see some people answering is where is the middle ground. Clearly there are going to be differences of opinion, many of them are already out there broadcast on YouTube. You can see how convinced people are in their knowledge of the law. But there is this defensive side showing which is quite worrying. In the 21st century there are still laws in place that are completely different to the laws and how we understand them. What you learn whilst writing and sharing about leadership are the problems you can expect and the solutions to overcoming them. The course felt more like a probing think tank. The world is looking for solutions so this is correct. And there is an element of truth to the resistance of law as we understand it. When sharing about how we dealt with situations successfully. Because it worked in the time zone the conviction for the effectiveness of how it was dealt with the opinion takes precedence in the group so everyone react but also jot down the example for future reference. Three things happened for me. I got to hear a problem in a real job in a position of leadership and how that person dealt with the situation. The thoughts they had about other members and the possible reasons that they and the rest of the class deduced about why the problem became a problem. And of course being able to come up with a solution that would in any other sense never been there. This example if documented then is adding to the think tank of actions we are seeing implemented today.

Secondly it gives a platform for people to speak. Most of the students came from what I would call really good jobs. Civil servants, leaders of big companies, all different types of cultures who had worked in other countries and it was a great platform to make friends. Each day differences of opinion would clearly show and each time something happened lots of amazing transformational diffusion happened, we each had are said because we had to and why not and we communicated through various ways. (a clear introduction of what we were doing, on the wall diagrams or lists, pen to paper, group discussions, presentations and always at the end really reflective feedback.

Thirdly I learned to find certain topics which would change me in various ways. The high end of the spectrum would be a disconnect, lack of energy and disengaged. The reasons for this would be lack of understanding and a clear understanding that new in-doctrines were being introduced. They are not new because I have tried to study them on my own over the years but never really been able to understand the practicalities in my life, which is possibly why I would want to disconnect. When put into scenarios that might pop up in the future and being pressed into stepping into the boots of a leader in this place. These new ideas or laws became appealing, the interruptions from other inquisitive people made me realise at first that what at first seems disruptive and for some people triggering, these new teachings were the fundamental cores of the new indoctrinating of the 21st century. Knowing however is half the thing creating the jobs and accepting that leaders and managers are not the only roles is my concern. Having to many chefs in the kitchen is only going to create a lot of dirty dishes and excess food being thrown away. Similarly my argument was there is already a lack of jobs, so what is the point learning leadership and management. I thought is a form of control, but then I thought about the laws being obsolete. It’s just they are not obsolete they are just bending for the new world we live in. The laws are being bent by powerful successful companies that know how to make things happen. The leadership then is a like a flat plan that anyone can open to create and explain their own company. This is appealing to employers according to the sort of jobs available, however they are looking for experience not education. This is why now the only way I can interpret what I learned on the course as yet another tick on chart of personal development. A treasured experience added to the academic curiosity about phycology, business studies, communications and speaking coherently without all the waffle.

Much of what I know is based on an amalgamation of cultures in the east and west. Much of what we are learning is also being taught in the middle east so these leaders are also facing challenges to carry out the new revelations into society. Which is where the problems come in and the same thought is applied to law. Any rewrite is going to upset the apple cart and when leaders remind the students that the laws have worked for centuries they just agree. By being taught about leadership they maybe able to snap out of this trance and disagree or simply stop putting there hand up when asked to do so.

In the context of sharia law I think this is one way imams can help teach members in the mosque. By teaching them to think for themselves and resist against the words in a book, rather listen to clear guidance and be less quick to challenge the new and accepted norms. Most good people who are educated in a way that makes them able to live comfortably, raise a family and give to the community is a good thing. If someone is always an outsider and wants to return to the land where they think they originate they should get the help they need to do this. I think you will find the same challenges are being faced everywhere. Every year pilgrims meet up and if it is anything like my experience of living in a big city they do not always get the opportunity talk about certain things and challenge norms. This is why the indoctrination that NATO has chosen is still limited, however I commend the efforts and am confident that this arena can grow, regardless of its origin, Europe, America or anywhere else. The fact is that not only does it help, it can also be applied to persons who are struggling with defending old norms and continually forcing other people into the train of thought. The tactics out there people use are fear, there has been chauvinism in the world however that has changed. I am glad women are helping doing jobs. In times of war women always chipped in. Before that women have disrupted the challenges and fears societies had. The stronger however the society the danger of the divisions. This is simply only part of pulling people up to par.

This is a gift, and most of us have accepted these gifts, I am sure you have bought your wife and children an I-pad which is a great tool from America. You can even type in Arabic just like in the Koran. Similarly the bible is available on the kindle to read. There are lots of cross references that eventually by way of persuasion make sense. Just like other scrolls from the archives. They are simply that though, archives. Imagine this everyone goes to space on a space ship to another solar system. Each person carries their faith with them from various backgrounds. People will understand the importance of these traditions, however the law of the ship will not be determined by locking people in their room for 24 hours or covering them up for the rest of the ship to see. The show must go on and people are already adapting despite what they show in a congregation. There are things people say in the group that are different when involved with a mixed tribe and any anger or inability to do the work shows. Willingness is rewarded with more responsibility. If leaders and law makers who are in power are not able to have a normal conversation about these pressing issues then will first need various things pointing out to them. If they stay stubborn and are the only ones who think they are right then they have to be taken away of this place until they can prove they have been educated again. The chances are any challenges like this will weaken their willingness to do what they think they were born to do. When this spills into how they treat families at home it is none of my business. That said the fact is I am sure behind their backs there kids are doing something completely different. Families turn a blind eye to things, but continue articulating how it is in their world and how the blessings have shaped the way they think. This thinking is a big fence. I say stop chewing corn and get out there and start speaking to the rest of the members in the democratic village.

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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