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January 29 2009
Sad day

News just broke that one of the greats of music, John Martyn died today. His was a major talent, a wonderful voice that had massive power yet could be restrained and gentle. He was only 60.

His CDs are readily available at reasonable prices at Amazon if anyone wants to catch up on this remarkable man.

I asked him to play a charity gig in Norwich in the eighties in St Andrews Hall, which had amazing but difficult acoustics, being an ancient church. He agreed for half his usual fee and paid his own travel costs from Scotland, played an immaculate set with his keyboard player to a packed hall, all tickets sold out weeks before. I had been a fan since the first time I heard him years before, and sat in the audience that night enthralled with the sheer power of his voice and music, my first live Martyn gig and unforgettable. Thank you John for everything you gave us over many years.

John Martyn's song One World, wasn't the inspiration for the creation of One World Films, which begat One World Net which hosts fool on the hill, but they were both part of a paradigm shift that was happening, it's a very fine song.

A thought; if there is any gap after death where the awareness that was the person persists, like an echo, he might have been aware of the upswell of love and playing his music, drifting up into solid air all over the planet.


January 25 2009
Israel censoring American's email?

Now there's a thought. This is how it goes. I was asked to draw a map for an academic book my partner is copy editing. I contact the author who is an academic in a US university. She thanks me and sends me several maps and urls for material on which I should base my map. I send her a rough version and she responds with some minor additions. I send it appended back to her, and ask some questions. At this point, the emails stop arriving at her end, although I still get hers asking if I received her last one - which I had answered - so I resend it, it still fails to get to her. An email my partner sent with a chapter attached finally arrives in her inbox several days after being sent.

The relevant point here is that the map is of Israel and the occupied territories, the emails contain words like: Gaza, West Bank, Hamas, UN, IDF, the Wall, settlements, and URLs to sites giving maps and information on the encroachment into Palestinian land. This one shows in a clear way how much Israel has moved into Palestinian land since its creation sixty years ago. It's a graphic illustration of why Israel is destroying Gaza, moving the settlers out was just the first step in the process; many Palestinians have left and many more will now leave, whether to join the millions in refugee camps in neighbouring countries, or to go further afield for their children's sake. Slowly Gaza empties, becomes ungoverned and Israel has to move in to 'restore order', settlers won't be far behind and this time they won't be removed. Look at the maps, see how much has been taken and what little is left.

So who is stopping or delaying emails to an American-based academic writing a book on dance? [yes, really, it's not about the political situation and certainly not about current events]. The address is correct, I have only 'replied' to emails received, and the first ones arrived as normal. The academic's email provider is AOL, so anyone with them should be seriously considering moving to another. Whether it is the US or Israeli governments doing this [and both have the ability, you'd better believe it], makes little difference really. We know the US supports Israel even when they are butchering children, so the government is complicit in their crimes, which the rest of the world is only too aware of now.

So if you're emailing to or from the US, and choose to write of these issues, make sure you confuse the first line of censor bots which pick out key words; leave spaces, use wrong spellings or abbreviations, or your mail just may not arrive, but will reside in Big Brother's forbidden archives. Of course, it could be me, and UK snoopers. I knew in theory that all email in and out of the US was screened, but this is the first time something like this has happened to me.

On the same subject, Gaza, the BBC wonks have again shot themselves in the feet by deciding against the consensus of everyone else including most licence fee payers, politicians, government ministers and other TV channels, to refuse to show the appeal for Gaza by the totally apolitical DEC, a grouping of major disaster charities. And now, the entirely inadequate Director General of the BBC, Mark Thompson, and his equally talentless and inadequate director of public policy, Caroline Thomson, in a display of arrogance rarely seen, said she wasn't bothered about being isolated, that the BBC would not change its mind, and that everyone objecting was part of an organised lobby. That alone shows she should be sacked, along with her boss. At the same time they allow the appalling yob Ross back onto radio and he's making obscene jokes so has clearly learned nothing despite his insincere apology. The BBC has lost its way, it needs severe root and branch pruning, and the BBC trust, charged with overseeing it should all be sacked and replaced with people with a grasp of what's right and what's real, and an awareness of the zeitgeist, the current incumbents are clearly out of touch.


January 22 2009
RIP Fraser

I just heard that Fraser Clark of Parallel Youniversity and The UP fame has died, he had liver cancer and had been given 6-12 months to live only two months ago, so it's all a bit sudden. Fraser was unconventional and individual, and although we had never met 'in the flesh' we had communicated frequently by email and often discussed current events and the state of the planet. He died on 21st January just a few days after his 66th birthday. I'm still trying to find out if there's a funeral, and will post it here if I get any information. He's free of all the shit which is the human condition.


January 22 2009
Landgrab

In case anyone thinks that Israel has a point and isn't responsible for the situation in Gaza and the West Bank, here's four comparison maps that shed some light on the issue. Green is[was] Palestinian land, white is Jewish land.

Palestinian loss of land 1946–1999

Israel Palestine

Palestine Israel

Notice the trend? It's clear that they are attacking Gaza because they want that last bit of coast. The West Bank [over on the right] is crowded with thousands of Israeli settlements, mostly full of rabid, right wing, hate-filled immigrant Jews from places like the US and Australia. They are slowly squeezing the Palestinians out; millions are already permanent refugees in neighbouring countries, cleared out by Israeli terror tactics. The attitude is summed up in 'Why should we compensate Palestinians for land, we haven't been compensated for land we lost in Poland.' Against this, can anyone believe Hamas is the problem? And the nazi spokesliar Regev says Gaza [tiny Gaza] is a totalitarian state. He's clearly losing it as the world turns on Israel for the worst war crimes for a long time. The UN is gathering evidence of phosphour bombs and anti personnel bomblets which fire thousands of darts into children's bodies, and this diehard nazi blusters and tries to shout down John Snow, who stood his ground and confronted him with facts. He came on smirking after we had watched ten minutes of evidence of outright butchery. This time the fourth Reich went too far. I haven't bought anything Israeli for many years, there are many others, and I hope we will be joined by many more until Israel understands we want nothing to do with butchers. How would they cope with being sent to 'Coventry', no airlines flying there, no trade, no visitors. It seems that's the only way it will be stopped and made to confront its actions and answer for them in the Hague.

It really is past the time when the world should do something.


January 21 2009
Obamania

'I stand before you' he opined, [humbled, I thought] 'humbled' he said, so nothing new there, as predictable as ever. They do love a hero. Something to get excited about, all heil to the leader. It seems to have spread round the planet, probably as an expression of relief that the Monkey President who did so much damage is finally gone. America always seems to expect a cross between the Risen Christ and Superman; what they got last time was Al Capone and Homer Simpson. What the latest man to convince the country he's the hope for the future will achieve is open to conjecture. He makes the right noises, ticks the right boxes, but the task ahead is too big, and his grasp of what's at stake seems tenuous; juxtaposed nicely we had '... roll back global warming' and 'I will not apologise for our way of life...'. So he doesn't get it, it's the American way of life, that is actually a way of death, which is the problem, and the whole world has caught the bug and everyone is money obsessed, while claiming to care about the environment. People are even calling him a green president [as well as a black president]. I remain to be convinced that rhetoric will be followed by meaningful action. If he upsets the military-industrial conspiracy which really runs America, there could be another motorcade moment. It doesn't even have to be Texas this time.

One can understand Americans getting excited, up to a point, but why was UK media wall-to-wall on it to the exclusion of pretty much everything else happening in the world? Sure it's important, as Bushmonkey's onslaught against Afghanistan and Iraq make only too clear, but we aren't yet another state of the US, just an offshore aircraft carrier for their war machine, and such obsession with another country is servile and demeaning, especially when you think half of Americans don't even know where the UK is [mind you, a worrying proportion of those don't know where the US is either]. And through all of it runs racism, a hyper awareness of the colour of skin, as if it makes any difference to a person. So those who identify as 'black' are joyous because a 'black' man is in the white house, although on the stage at the inauguration, his skin tone seemed no different to most of those [nominally white] around him. I suppose it's because America was founded on racism, slavery and murder of indigenous people that they make such a big thing of it. The real revolution will be when an Indigenous [I think the latest PC term is First Nation] woman becomes president.

As is usual, the incoming President forgives the outgoing President for all the crimes against humanity he's committed while in office. This will be no exception, no wonder Bush was pally. Cheney, looking for all the world like Doctor Strangelove, in a wheelchair, seemed to be having difficulty keeping his arms from flying up, but he wasn't wearing gloves, which spoiled the illusion. He looked more evil than Peter Sellers ever could though. He was wheeled away to another life where he won't be counting the bodies of those he's slaughtered. And America sinks deeper into debt, and Desolation Row is all too real:

They’re selling postcards of the hanging
They’re painting the passports brown
The beauty parlor is filled with sailors
The circus is in town
Here comes the blind commissioner
They’ve got him in a trance
One hand is tied to the tight-rope walker
The other is in his pants
And the riot squad they’re restless
They need somewhere to go
As Lady and I look out tonight
From Desolation Row


January 12 2009
A Paki website celebrating the word Paki

This is paki.com, a Pakistani community website, with page headings such as:

Paki Stuff, Paki News, For Pakis in N. America, Paki Meena Bazaar (shopping), Paki TV, Paki Radio etc etc., it goes on. So, all this nonsense about people feeling insulted, and their feelings hurt, is contrived for the middle class chatterati, with their racist guilt from Empire, by Pakis out to make gains for themselves, and who could blame them? That they are manipulating opinion, and especially the luvvies of the media who haven't a clue what's what, goes without saying, but we can't let the language be hijacked like this, the very ancient word fuck is still largely censored in the media, and the list of words people would rather not hear or see printed seems to grow rather than diminish as the new nazis workthrough their agenda of restrictions, impositions and theft of autonomy they are intent on forcing on the population under one guise of another. Terrorism came in really handy; it is used to take away any liberty the state finds irksome to deal with. Let's reclaim our fucking language, given to us by countless generations, added to by countless languages, rich, loved the world over and free. The small-brained clerks who have invaded politics like rats in a granary have to be resisted. Click on the picture to visit the site.

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January 11 2009
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet

Bet no one expected me to be quoting Shakespeare, but it seemed appropriate due to the current chatterati excitement over Prince Harry using the word Paki about a fellow officer recruit at Sandhurst in a video shot three years ago. It was the first item on both BBC and Sky 24-hour news channels, before the continued murder of children in Gaza, and will doubtless be obsessed over all day. They even had some guy on claiming it would upset and enrage people, this use of the P word, but he was an Islamist, and keen to add his three-pennorth to the middle-class angst, and merely taking advantage of the PC fear of appearing racist, tickling their PC bones as it were, something Pakistani immigrants have learned to do. He also claimed it was a moral issue, but perhaps his command of English isn't too sophisticated yet.

A spokeswoman for the Equality and Human Rights Commission said: 'These appear to be disturbing allegations and we will be asking the MoD to see the evidence, share that evidence with us and their plans for dealing with it. We will then consider what further action might be necessary.' Disturbing to who? And what further action? Perhaps a ceremonial burying of the offending word, accompanied by a prostrated Harry beating his head on the ground and tearing at his hair in accepted Pakistani fashion would suffice to calm these knee-jerk airheads with their politically correct dogma.

The word Paki is merely a shortened version of the word Pakistani, the first syllable isn't dangerous, insulting, nasty, racist or obscene, it is just a word. If we are to agree this isn't acceptable, then we shouldn't be using the word Afghan, but should refer to them as Afghanistanis, for fear of being called racist. And what about Brit, isn't that a racist slur on Britons? I have clearly not been anywhere near sensitive enough to racial slurs, and must appeal to the Equality and Human Rights Commission to take action to get redress for my hurt feelings being called a Brit, the B word - gasp, shock horror.

Interestingly, a google search on the word Paki came up with a number of uses such as Indo-Pak war, and paki.com a Pakistani website celebrating being a Paki! So, far from being a racist epithet, it is used by Pakistanis and Indians, as well as probably 80% of the UK population including Brits of Paki origin. Of course it's also used by racists, but they also use words like white and black, are we to ban those too, or can we work out for ourselves whether a person is racist? The BBC, ever the PC capital of the world and stuffed with middle-class luvvies, won't even have the word Paki used in blog posts about the furore around the word Paki; you can talk about 'it' but you can't type 'it' or your post will be rejected! Unless you're Eddie Mair and then you can introduce the topic with Pacqhi but after that no one else can even use that weird spelling to get past the auntie robot. If that isn't straight out of Alice, I'm a hookah-smoking caterpillar.


January 9 2009
Gloom and despondency index, the only one on the rise at present

The recession is a golden opportunity, perhaps the last, to instigate real changes in human society to enable it to have a chance of adapting and surviving. An opportunity to people to restructure and downsize their lives better to survive both a recession, however many years that might be, but to equip them to reduce their burden on the planet. You'd think government, previously promising so much for the environment, would jump at this chance to change things to help people to adapt. But no, all we get is promises to jump start the economy, or to create thousands of jobs, to put money in people's pockets so they can go out and spend again to get the whole chaotic, exploitive, destructive system back up to speed as soon as possible. In other words they have learned nothing. Meanwhile, the media, the only other group which can initiate change by putting pressure on government and affecting public opinion, whine and wring their hands and, like a pack of jackals excited by the general smell of blood, they do their best to raise the gloom and despondency index, the only one on the rise at present.

I won't repeat the old Chinese aphorism about symbols for crisis and opportunity, but a time like this is absolutely ripe for a take off in a new direction, a shift in consciousness, an awakening. It doesn't have to be depression just because its recession. Funds, if they are available, shouldn't be squandered on banks and car manufacturers, that's the old paradigm, they should be spent instead on renewables, recycling [and particularly the manufacturing end where product are made from all the recycled materials piling up], small enterprises with good ideas to tackle all aspects of climate change, including making flood barriers to go into stock around the country for when they will be needed, and they will be needed.

If banks fail then they did it to themselves by acting utterly irresponsibly with their customers' money and should be punished. The car makers thought they had a gravy train for life making pollution monsters for the hard of thinking, and if they can't adapt and create cars for the 21st century, they deserve to go under. Cars like the Smart are up in sales by some 48% as the word spreads how great they are for city driving, and how cheap to run, but there are not enough posers who want a Jaguar or Range Rover any more, so they should fold. They're both foreign owned now anyway.

A thrift economy can be created where a constant drive for more and more wealth is rejected for a slower, calmer, more rewarding lifestyle where the real things that matter are appreciated and the rat race abandoned. The old ways were eating the planet, ripping out everything of use, it couldn't continue, it was unsustainable. Now there's a chance, perhaps our last one, of really making fundamental changes to human society. We have to do a whole lot more than our bit to make the changes necessary, but it doesn't have to be hard, or painful, or depressing. It can be joyful and enjoyable, it can be satisfying and rewarding.


January 6 2009
Nazis bomb UN school

The Nazi Israelis have now bombed a UN school in which Palestinians were sheltering from their aerial bombing. The Nazis are denying it, while reserving the right to claim later that the UN were storing arms for terrorists. This is how they operate; lies, denials, constant use of the word terrorist, while they rain down terror on a whole population. It's the rest of the world at fault, never Jews, who can't do wrong, being god's chosen people.

I just heard their spokes-liar Regev who comes from Australia, so an immigrant, call it a combat situation, interesting, this war of words, when what he was describing was a viciously fascistic onslaught against a trapped population of civilians. Israel has set out to destroy the infrastructure of Gaza, to make it ungovernable and ungoverned, so they can then claim it is out of control and they will have to do what they want to do.

Hamas has been running Gaza efficiently, looking after the citizens, distributing food and aid, keeping law and order. They were elected with a larger majority than the Israeli government, and enjoy widespread support still. I'm no Muslim lover, or excuser, I find their belief system bankrupt, misogynistic and undeveloped, about as much as Judaism; they are both toxic faiths, but I do know bullying when I see it, and Israel is the area's bully without a doubt.

I can't imagine how miserable it must be there with people unable to close their windows for fear they will implode and slice them up with broken glass, at the coldest time of the year with temperatures well below zero. One thing's for certain, many of these children, if they survive, will be future recruits to kill Israelis. So, far from making Israel a safer place, this latest killing fest will just breed more hatred and violence. But when you have a victim complex and a huge arsenal as Israel does, that's ok apparently. All the lies about making Israel safe are excuses for the rest of the world to swallow, Israel would prefer a constant state of war. At the present rate, they will have it.

It's pretty chilly in the UK right now, minus ten last night and not much warmer this morning when I went out; glad of my wooly hat, scarf, and, for the first time this year, thermal underwear! I was conscious yesterday of my legs getting cold in just jeans, so thought I would dig them out, and I'm glad I did, made all the difference, even though my legs did feel a little trapped. How birds survive the night in these temperatures is a miracle, I try to provide plenty of food like fat balls, raisins and mealworms for them to stock up for the cold nights.


January 2 2009
A list of actions to do your bit for the planet - and save money

1. Replace all incandescent bulbs in your house with energy efficient ones. Do it NOW!

2. Get an EcoButton and start to save energy while away from the PC. Or, if you can't afford the cost of the EcoButton [currently around £12-£14] you could download this free energy saving program which does something similar.

3. Insulate. Obviously this means lagging the loft and double-glazing, but can also include blocking draughts under doors which can lose a lot of heat.

4. Turn off electrical equipment when not in use, DON'T leave on standby; this not only saves energy, standby can typically use 70% of normal power, but will save you money on your electricity bill. Britons waste the equivalent of around two power stations' worth of electricity each year by leaving TV sets and other gadgets on standby.

5. Turn the heating down a degree or two and wear an extra layer of clothing; everyone has sweaters and sweatshirts, but many heat their houses enough to just wear a T-shirt.

6. Drive less. Is the journey necessary? Can it be combined with another? Can you car share with a friend or neighbour? There are many ways to reduce reliance on cars.

7. Drive carefully and anticipate. A lot of fuel is wasted by braking when the energy put into the car with fuel, is transferred to heating the brake pads [and also wearing them out sooner, so costing you more]. Only use the brakes for coming to a stop, taking your foot off the accelerator earlier saves fuel.

8. Only buy what you need; simplify your life so you want less and consume less. Consumerism has wasted huge resources, all of which have energy costs from manufacture and transportation. Every impulse buy you avoid helps both the planet and your bank account.

9. Compost organic food waste such as vegetable peelings rather than having them taken away for landfill, the compost can be used on your garden.

10. Recycle paper, glass, metal and plastics. These are all valuable raw materials which can be made into more products; saving on trees, sand [glass] metals and fossil fuel [plastics]. It takes less energy to recycle aluminium than to make it from aluminium ore, and most plastics can now be recycled. Even old car tyres can be made into a range of products including mouse mats.

11. Shop in charity shops. Not only do you assist the charities to survive, but you can pick up amazing bargains too, especially clothes, at a fraction of what they cost.

12. Shops like bakeries will often reduce prices an hour before closing to clear stock that will be stale the next day. You can pick up a lot of food this way at a fraction of normal cost.

13. Supermarkets often throw out products that are on their sell by date, even though there is a wide margin of safety and the food is still perfectly ok, or sometimes before the date but because the items are 'seasonal-specific' [so plenty of Christmas puddings and mince pies now!]. This is binned, so a look round the back of the store can often net some useful food. Some people only eat food they gather this way, they call themselves freegans. Freegans are people who employ alternative strategies for living based on limited participation in the conventional economy and minimal consumption of resources. Freegans embrace community, generosity, social concern, freedom, cooperation, and sharing in opposition to a society based on materialism, moral apathy, competition, conformity, and greed. If your income is limited, going freegan could be the way to go.


January 1 2009
So what's to celebrate?

I've never understood why people get so excited about new year. One day leads to another in a continuum, the numbers are just humans and their obsession with numbering and labeling. Yet huge numbers gather in cities - in London it was said to be half a million, I can't begin to imagine how horrendous that is to be in the middle of - and jump about like crazies over nothing. The town is deadly quiet this morning, quieter even than a normal Sunday, not a car moving, not a pedestrian to be seen when I took the dogs out for their walk.

The same killing continues unabated, added to by a fire in a Bangkok nightclub where someone thought it a good idea to set off fireworks from the stag, in their excitement over nothing but a date change. Sixty plus people didn't make it into the new year. But Israel will top that today as it carries on with its extermination; Israel's final solution to the Palestinian problem.

To wish anyone a 'happy new year' in these circumstances seems somewhat meaningless. I don't know for sure that it's already too late to do anything about global warming, but every day that goes by without concerted effort is a nail in the coffin of humanity, which, from the planet's perspective, is no bad thing. Still too many think it's trivial; a few degrees of warming, hotter summers, nothing to worry about. Until their house is flooded. Let's hope 2009 is the year when humanity as a whole takes this issue seriously and begins to change attitude and start to heal Earth, the only home we will ever have. And it all starts with each individual making fundamental changes in their lives. I shall be writing a list of 'things we can all do' in the coming days.

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