Wow this is a vey difficult subject and I must confess it affects me personally a great deal at the present time. Anger relating to the injustices and wars that are happening in the world and relating to my own personal predicament.

So it is a very tough question to deal with and to be blunt I only have part of the answers that is why I would very much welcome the comments of other people who read this blog.

However firstly relating to the current world, the injustices, the wars and the corporate elite dictatorship. I feel the best way to try and deal with this action is to take some form of personal action. Such as donating to charity, trying to get involved in voluntary work. On the political side get involved in political campaigns against wars and corporate rule. Also try and attend political demonstrations that take place such as those organised by the stop the war coalition.

Turning to dealing with personal anger in your personal life I feel is a much more difficult problem to deal with. I myself suffer from a great deal of life anger relating to chronic pain and personal abuse and setbacks received in life and I am sure that this problem applies to many other people.

How then to deal with this type of anger. Now to be blunt it is difficult but is have a few suggestions. Firstly meditate for about ten minutes twice a day and also pray to the divine source. Secondly try and get involved in constant activities to take your mind off the anger such as reading, walking or other such activities. Try and do one positive form of action every day if you can.

In conclusion dealing with personal anger in your every day life is very difficult and we can only to our best to deal with this problem. But we can but try.



The announcement by the Syrian deputy prime minister yesterday that a ceasefire is needed in the countries civil war and the neither side can win the war is a very welcome statement indeed. I have always been of the view that the Geneva peace conference and negotiations between the Assad government and peaceful elements of the opposition is the only way forward for Syria.

Over one hundred thousand people have been killed in the Syrian civil war. Personally I put the blame for this largely at the hands of the USA neo conservative block who are trying to get control of the country firstly to remove the Russian naval base, secondly as a springboard to attack Iran and finally to stop a fuel pipeline from Iran through Syria.

A United Nations opinion poll showed that 70% of Syrians support President Assad, a similar opinion poll published by Qatar media sources which is hostile to the Assad government indicated that 55% of Syrians support the Assad government.

Many of the Jihadists in Syria appear to come from abroad and are obviously backed by the strange reactionary Israel Zionist, Saudi Arabian Wahhabist secret alliance that appears to exist in the middle east. Many Syrian Christians have been killed by the so called Syrian freedom fighters.

However we must not excuse any acts of violence committed by the Assad government as all life is sacred. But we must all plan for the future and the only hope for the future is peace talks between the Assad government and peaceful elements of the opposition. Also the formation of a government of national unity in Syria and the holding of free elections.

May peace and justice soon come to Syria.


In this blog I will analyse the present situation in our capital city London. How it has been totally taken over by corporate interests both British and from abroad and what can be done to make London into a peoples city and reclaim it for the ordinary working class people of London.

First you can feel the history of London when you walk through the various districts of our capital such as the city of London, Soho and Covent Garden. You can easily imagine yourself back in the 16th century walking through various parts of London. Different areas of London certainly have their own energy. However in the last 30 or so years ordinary Londoners have been subject to social cleansing and working class Londoners face being driven out from various parts of the capital.

For a start the two obvious areas to look at are house prices and rents. In some parts of London a one bedroom flat can cost about £330.000.00.This is ridiculous as in parts of Berlin the capital of Germany you can buy flat for £60.000.00. The reason accommodation is so expensive is foreign investors buy many properties just to leave empty just for foreign clients.
Also to rent a one bedroom self contained flat in some parts of London can cost over £300.00 per week.

Besides the problem of high accommodation costs. Londoners face the prospect of a long term future of low paid temporary work. This can apply even to people with university degrees. Besides Londoners who are in work face the prospect of travelling to work in overcrowded tubes, trains and buses.

The obvious question then to ask what can be done to reclaim London for the ordinary people who live in the capital.

Firstly introduce rent controls for private landlords. Also undertake a massive building programme of cheap council accommodation.

Secondly stop foreign investors from buying property in the capital. Also introduce controls on flat and house prices in the capital.

Thirdly municipal control of energy companies and transport companies.

Fourthly public ownership of all banks and financial institutions in the capital.

Fifthly the abolition of the City of London corporation.

Sixthly the establishment of a London enterprise board and a co-operative development agency to create proper jobs for working class Londoners.

To achieve this London peoples revolution we must create a new political movement in both London and Britain as all of the three major political parties in our country will be strongly opposed to the programme that I have advocated in this blog.

So lets get busy now and start organizing now.


I thought that I would write this blog on personal actions as I am feeling very aggravated at the present time. The world events the crisis in Syria and the threat of a major war is to an certain extent getting on top of me and making me tense frightened and irritated. In times like these we need to look at our selves and see what we can do for the common good in our every day lives.

Firstly it is very important that we be ourselves and not go along with the herd. Do not be taken in by the evil elites plans for Syria and the middle east.

Secondly meditate twice a day in the morning and evening so as to try and calm your nerves.

Thirdly go for long walks every day. This is a great way of relaxing the body.

Fourthly to counter the actions of the global elites try and do some positive good actions in your life. For instance if you can afford it give regular donations to charity. Also if you have the spare time try and to some voluntary work. On the political front try and attend all anti war demonstrations. So it is very important that you look at the stop the war coalition website everyday.

These are very difficult times and the present. So it is essential that as ordinary people we all try and work together for the common good.

In conclusion to end on a positive note we are now in September which is the start of the build up to the positive energy of Christmas my favourite time of the year.