Posted in ARCHIVES

The rainbow warriors prophecy & 6 degrees of separation positive health & well being Project strategy

In recent months, indeed, in the last few years, there has been much talk on the news and in mainstream media, using words like PROJECT FEAR, & Fake News and we have had seen things like the Leverson inquiry

The wikileaks releases, which exposed war crimes, torture, human rights abuses & saw the organization founder himself become a political refugee, presently living in political asylum at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

Government crackdowns on whistleblowers and the consequences on journalists, of telling the truth, in light of the Hillsborough disaster reflect a frightening time for those who believe in freedom of speech and expression and human rights. Now with the new United States Administration,& Mr. Trump wielding his particular brand of fascist and divisive views it’s hard not to be a reminder of the words of Martin Niemöller (1892–1984) said,

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

I don’t know about you, but I know that this sends a shiver of fear through me, my stress levels have been through the roof and I have been bouncing up and down the tightrope of mania induced by stress as a result of this for months.

This has resulted in quite a debilitating and manic phrase which has left me feeling ill again, triggering paranoia, and actual physical pain. And as a human being, diagnosed with mental illness, who lives with the stigma of this condition, and who has been subject of human rights abuses, and injustice, I am presently ill, physically and mentally, haven’t slept properly for weeks, & have in constant physical pain in my neck and chest and result of anxiety attacks, dire mood swings and uncontrollable bouts of random weeping.

I CAN’T BREATH,  its no joke, I am once again fearful for my life and I question my own sanity.

I can assure you the impact on my family has been devastating, I am worried for my ten-year-old grandson, believe me, Project fear exists, it’s real, and I like many others are victims of its terrorism at the hand of the united kingdom & US governments & their allies. I blame I name them, and, YES, I say shame on them. Continue reading “The rainbow warriors prophecy & 6 degrees of separation positive health & well being Project strategy”

Posted in poetry

I don’t wear a poppy

I don’t wear a poppy 

I don’t wear a poppy 2 remember the dead
I keep them in memory inside my head.
I don’t wear a poppy 2 remember the dead
children…, injured, killed by drones
as they lay in their beds.
I don’t wear a poppy like those grown in the fields
patrolled by solider with guns… until the crop yields.

I don’t wear a poppy, as they remind me
of the life’s that are ruined, by opiate toxicity.

I’m not being disrespectful to the life’s that  are lost,
as they battled in wars at the very high cost…
I understand the mindset, as to what they believed,
that they were fighting for a good cause,
but they were deceived…

when I see a poppy…
it makes me feel sad…
for life’s that were lost
& futures never had…

I think of children and families,
left without homes
workplaces destroyed,
piles of rubble, and bones…
I think of the lies that our leaders have spread,
the war propaganda, they try and put in our heads
 I’m haunted by the tears and pain,
of those mourning the dead
while these warmonger leaders
stand at the Cenotaph with bowed heads
I don’t wear a poppy,
because what it represents to me,
is war and destruction, greed and toxic debris.