The anatomy of manipulation

The fact that public indignation that Paul Bernardo could possibly financially benefit from writing a book was considered of more importance than the fact that an isolated dangerous criminal in Canada chose to write about Russian electromagnetic warfare and the New World Order is a prime example of why burning books or blacklisting authors is […]

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 […]

The Importance of Ritual in Over Coming PTSD

Many people who suffer from PTSD also have pre-existing personality “issues” such as OCD behaviour, social phobia, etc., which seems to play a part in their job vocations. Let’s face it; a person who is OCD is likely to be more contentious about their work, and pay more attention to fine details, while a person […]

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. […]

Paying Dues

The refugee crisis and the backlash from the general public is of particular interest to me because of my advocacy work.  If its this difficult to get the general public to be comfortable having refugees in their midst, imaging the struggle someone who has been rescued from trafficking faces when trying to find their way […]

Nothing Like An Anniversary…..

Next Monday marks the thirteenth anniversary of my first encounter with human traffickers. There’s really not much point in going into the story behind that run in, except to state unequivocally that the day in question essentially shaped the rest of my life, and is when I began both physical training and researching in earnest. […]