An Examination of Political and Environmental Impacts on Mental Health In a Culture of Moral Censorship and Sensationalism.

In this essay I will be introducing several startling ideas which run contrary to accepted understanding of models of mental health, and will endeavor to state my case as well as I can despite the extremely complicated nature of the science behind these new ways of understanding mental issues. Citations will be provided in order to verify the claims made herein.

Two Fresh Ideas for Fighting Radicalism

Since it is becoming glaringly apparent that we as a world are running out of ideas to combat radicalism, I would like to introduce a few fresh ones. One method for countering the radicalization of kids, especially those within the autism/ASD community, would be the matching up of veterans with those identified as at-risk personalities […]

Oil Divestment, terror, and pensions

One of the terms you sometimes encounter in counter terrorism is the phrase climate terrorism.  This actually refers to the overall change in the climate which contributes to social and domestic problems and contributes to a nation’s inclination towards violence, since violence is born out of desperation, and climate change destroys the future of communities. […]

Proposal for complementary medicine trial on veterans awaiting VAC Services Based off of New Scientific Discovery Regarding the Nature of Organic Disorders

I recently have had the discussion with a couple of my contacts regarding the risk versus loss of a study utilizing vitamins and minerals based off of hair analysis on Canadian veterans awaiting VAC services, and in light of the recent immolation by an American vet who lost his fight for his benefits and due […]

Escape from The Birdcage, March 21, 2016

Stopped by Bings for breakfast and swung by Town Hall to make an appointment with the mayor regarding my ongoing liaison duties, and then went wandering a bit. Then I visited Blings ‘N Things.  I am trying to invade my own life, which is …interesting….  and it involves first of all deciding where to move. […]