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Malcolm Turnbull. This is because he does not seem to understand that the sun is the largest nuclear power station in the Universe and it likes Australia. That means we could have the largest solar power station in the World powering China.
Theresa May. Because May has never responded to my ‘New Perspective on Terrorism and ISIS’. This despite the fact my writing could stop one terrorist attack and by doing so save lives. Both Theresa May and MI5 are not able to write as I do. Click Here to Read
President Trump. Because he has not responded to my on-going on-line Strategy for the ‘Drug Crisis in America. Click Here to Read
They are personal problems as I do not understand why it is that Governments listen to the same solution’s and ignore new ideas with new solutions. Not just my new ideas but those of others too. If the World is to progress then the People must be heard.
This is my answer to the Q on Quora.
With over one million Afghanistan men women and children killed by the conflict which began in 1979 and has never ended it is the unmistakable conclusion that we owe the people of Afghanistan a Peace.
There are no ifs and buts. America, Russia, China and Pakistan have proven themselves chillingly unwilling to provide the forum and the system to ensure that Peace and the fight against terrorism can co-exist.
It is no good ignoring the Taliban. They are part of the history and are part of the future of Afghanistan.
ISIS are not – they are unwanted guest of both the people of Afghanistan and the Taliban. ISIS cannot continue roam the Middle East trying to find a people onto which to force its mistaken culture of God.
If ISIS want an Islamic State they they should form one with the people not against the will of the people.
However, if America does not peruse a dialogue of co-operation with the Taliban then the result will be an ISIS, Taliban and Al Qaeda trifecta of insurgency which could result in a Terrorist Superpower.
Peace in Afghanistan is long overdue for the People who have endured the longest conflict in modern times.
Are they better off? No.
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I am never ever going to stay in a Hotel Room in Australia without a camcorder recording my stay in the room live to a server via wifi or a direct internet connection. Why?
Because in 2012 I had just booked into a hotel in Albany Western Australia and was on the bed relaxing when 2 Western Australian Policemen burst into the room, handcuffed me and said I had been loud and ‘out of control’ or words to that effect– I was in the Hotel room on my own and being quiet. The radio and TV were not on.
When I say ‘burst in’ I mean just that. No knock on the door. It was full-on. If I had resisted it would have been the Taser. They never asked me anything about what I was doing or took a statement. They said I had to go for a Mental Assessment! They put the handcuffs on me whilst I was still on the bed.
They were very very aggressive both verbally and physically. They made no attempt to talk to me it was all very abusive and threatening.
They threw me handcuffed into the back of a Police Van which was very uncomfortable as it was not a smooth ride. I was rolling around handcuffed in the back of the Police van. I had to jam my feet up against the side of the van cell in order to stop myself being injured by the rough ride.
Even if I was making a noise which I was not, since when do Police burst in handcuff you and take you off to have your Mental Health assessed for being noisy?
When we arrived at the Albany Hospital nobody interviewed me or even spoke to me. I was put in a bare room with just a bed and one cupboard. I was injected with a drug twice – despite my objections. I never raised my voice or struggled as I knew that they would sedate me and who knows what else.
The injections made me very tired. I struggled to put on even a pair of socks .
After a couple of days I was put into a room with furniture. They continued to give me oral drugs. Why, I have no idea. I did not swallow them.
It took 3 days for the red welts and bruises from the handcuffs to go down and several days for the large lump on my arm from the injections to dissipate.
Initially the legal advice brochures were taken off the stand in the hospital making it impossible for me to get qualified legal representation.
The day after I was illegally detained and for the first 2 weeks I was allowed to go out on my own and wander around Albany – which makes a mockery and a lie of why I was detained. I even went horse riding.
I went to the local radio station but they expressed zero interest.
The local court Clerk of the Court said what had happened to me was very wrong and said she would demand I be released. Then the next day she said that there was nothing she could do and that I had to get a solicitor.
The local solicitor said she could not do anything. It was like being in a horror film. I had to pinch myself to be reminded that I had rights.
I went to Albany Police and made a complaint but was given the brush-off.
I was only interviewed once by two psychiatrists who seemed obsessed with my views on how to improve the World. They would not discuss why it was I was there in the first place.
Then suddenly I was told I could not go out and wander around so I was bored senseless walking up and down in a little yard they had. Nobody spoke to me.
Finally after 3~ weeks they said I could go. No explanation and no apology were given.
LOL. Apparently I was delusional because I wanted to write to improve the World. They found nothing wrong with my Mental Health.
Now what happened to me is to be the subject of a serious complaint. It was a very unpleasant experience and I still have no idea of why it occurred.
Both the West Australian Crime and Corruption Commission and the Western Australian Mental Health Commision have indicated that they will carry out an investigation into what happened.
What occurred does fall in line with other UK and Australian Government Agency efforts to question my writing and opinions. All of which have failed to find anything wrong with me and my writing.
I have written to all the major Australian Media about what happened to me in Albany but they do even reply back with an acknowledgment – which is strange as it is a very newsworthy story.
It also raises the question is the Mental Health Act being abused by those who seek to use it for their own purposes?
I am returning to Australia in February complete with tape recorder and camcorder and a live feed to Facebook!
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Unfortunately not. Nobody from ISIS signed a surrender document. ISIS’s military capability as an invading force may have been reduced but now the terrorist attacks will intensify.
The West and in particular the U.K is now at an even greater risk of terrorist attacks than when ISIS was a capable Military Invading Force.
Without the use of hard borders the European Union continues to put its citizens at risk from a new reformed ISIS.
Further destabilisation is now more certain in Northern Africa, Asia and Northern Afghanistan.
ISIS is not Al Qaeda. Their roots come from very different forms of the use of the Quran and they have both different paths to what it is they want.
ISIS is secure in the knowledge that it acts for God. ISIS continues to rewrite the Quran with no alternative available for those who seek God as a shelter for their discontent and anger with the ‘Evil of the West’. Which is why Theresa May and the U.K Security Services have put Citizens at risk by ignoring my ‘New Perspective’ of the Word of God.
The Taliban would be the West’s best hope of an eventual defeat of ISIS but the U.S in the absence of a reformed United Nations is going it alone in Afghanistan.
A proxy war in Afghanistan between Russia and the U.S looms ever closer with Russia and China both funding the Taliban.
ISIS is a cause with its own martyrs. It will now be recruiting a whole new group of supporters from within Europe, Asia, Northern Africa and the U.S. with its own page in history as its beacon.
Given time ISIS will be even more militarily capable than it was in Iraq and Syria.
If we are to defeat ISIS than Russia, China and the U.S must be on the same page in Afghanistan.
Yes it is but you should ensure that you learn a little about the geographical differences which promote cultural diversity and historical association.
Australia is so much more than the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Surfer’s Paradise and the Melbourne Casino.
In order to enjoy Australia you should travel through it rather than over it.
The train system from Adelaide to Darwin and Melbourne to Perth is an excellent comfortable method of enjoying the country and its people.
So too is a drive from Sydney to Melbourne via the Coastal Roads.
To enjoy a holiday in Australia you need a minimum of 4 weeks. However, if you are limited to a couple of weeks then ensure that you visit the areas that are inner city as they are full of cosmopolitan shopping and historical experiences. The photo is of King Street Newtown. The architecture displays the influence of immigrant groups on building design. It is similar in historical association to Brick Lane in London.
If you enjoy solitude and vast open spaces then the Northern Territory must be on your agenda.
Australia’s vastness is perhaps its most hidden appeal and one that should not be ignored during your visit.
For those outside of Australia it would appear to be almost deliberate that there are any homeless people and to some extent that is almost true.
Successive Governments have failed to produce policies which last longer than their term of Government and State Politics work against each other.
Australia’s refugee policy has become inhumane, ridiculous and very expensive. It has divided Australia as it offers no solutions only controversy.
Like most citizens of any country people want their own looked after first hence the homeless and asylum seekers debate.
These are my suggestions;
There are many buildings in Australia that lie empty and it would not be difficult to draft legislation that ensures every developer builds x number of social housing homes per x of commercial development.
The economies of scale of even a moderate commercial development of 10 homes would make building a social home less expensive than as a stand-alone construction.
Australia also needs an industrial strategy that provides value-added employment. It has bled it’s resources dry. Australia has a powerhouse in the sun and that too has the potential to provide thousands of jobs should Australia decide to become a net exporter of energy.
There are no doubt those who say Australia’s first priority should be to its citizens – to which I agree. But the relatively small amount of asylum seekers when processed can be quite easily absorbed with a minimum term of directed location by a country which still seeks legal immigrants.
What Australia needs is a Bi-Partisan refugee policy so asylum seekers are not subjected to Political football .
Unfortunately selfish Party Politics would appear to produce self-obsessed Party Policies which only produce the destructive forces of economic disunity and mediocre politicians.