08May

Elections: the difference between left wing and right wing

Elections:  The difference between left wing and right wing Political nonsense!  This is what Albert Einstein actually said  & I quote: “Private capital tends to become concentrated in few hands, partly because of competition among the capitalists, and partly because technological development and the increasing division of labor encourage the formation of larger units of […]

23Apr

Paulo The Gondolier

Une pierre un peux de salpetre, Voila la raison d’un tour du monde avec un cafe qui a dure trois heure. Ce tour du monde, moi qui ai visite que la moitie de la france en velo et un de mes premier voyage european de jeune en allemagne jai ecouter regarder quelques photos et j’ai […]

05Dec

END OF YEAR BLOG

Samy Bishai and I were talking about the events in recent news regarding the eurozone crisis… A very long term plan to stockpile all of the world’s gold by the corporatocracy and the world banksters…. Surely, it’s a convenient coincidence that the sum total value of Italy’s gold reserves is as near as dammit equal […]

05Dec

END OF YEAR BLOG

Samy Bishai and I were talking about the events in recent news regarding the eurozone crisis… A very long term plan to stockpile all of the world’s gold by the corporatocracy and the world banksters…. Surely, it’s a convenient coincidence that the sum total value of Italy’s gold reserves is as near as dammit equal […]

22Nov

Thoughts On Recent Events

I see unrest in the streets of Egypt again, it’s like a *deja vu* of earlier this year, the same images of Tahrir square, the same violence perpetrated by the alleged keepers of peace …. and part of me is not surprised. Trying to unseat decades of corruption that runs so deep through the very […]

05Oct

IN MY OWN WORDS

In response to recent Facebook posts and blogs, please let me say once and for all, whilst Wikipedia may have been a good idea to start with, it is hardly the gospel. I am not responsible for all the (mis)information on it; my family linealogy, my childhood & upbringing, my parents’ backgrounds, various stages of […]

28Sep

THOUGHTS FOR TODAY…..

I woke up this morning like I do on many occasions in this century, around 6.30 am – distressed, depressed, perturbed, concerned, but still conscious of the state of our world, my head spinning with various useless ideas about what to do about it generally, because unless we, the general public, do this together on […]

14Sep

Last day in LA

Enjoying the last hours of California sun. Great to play for Peter Joseph and to be involved in the first ever Zeitgeist Media Festival. Bravo Peter for all your hard work.

24Aug

Welcome!

Anyway, I hope everybody is having a great summer. Mine has been fairly hectic… although I did manage some down time over August after a very hectic June + July. Great time in the US and Canada in June, so thanks to all of you who came out to see me. Always great to see […]







27Mar

Don’t Eat the Dandelions

Paul, a retired builder said this as we were walking along the prettiest fields in Gascony. “Oh and don’t eat the dandelions this year”, he continued: “They did tests and found traces of radiation from Japan’s nuclear reactors fall out already, we were’nt expecting it until next week”, he said. “What? Already? All the way […]