I wrote this post at the airport while waiting for my plane:
One of the comments on our Indiegogo campaign page mentioned the need for good music; it was a passing mention, but it got me thinking about a song I remember and still enjoy: Istället för musik, Förvirring by Bob Hund. The translation of […]
First of all, let me apologise for the long gap in writing, and for the lack of new comments being approved. Both of these have reasons:
1. I have been flat out trying to finish the film (which is looking good) and my writing/thinking time has been minimal.
2. I have not approved any […]
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
What makes this movement so special and, from my perspective, so poignant, is that there are no enemies here.
Some of you will have been beaten or arrested by the police. Non-protesters may have had personal property damaged during the course of these events. The police may have had abuse or […]
I’ve been watching as the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York City gains momentum. Worldwide, similar movements centred on similar flash points of discontent have been bubbling up. I attended the first day of the Occupy London protest, and I filmed some footage I have compiled into a short film which […]
On Wednesday September 21st 2011, The Irish Examiner ran an editorial by Steven King (not the horror author) on the world reaching 7 billion people. All personal politics aside, the main problem with the article was that it was in many places a direct copy of a speech delivered by Brendan O’Neill, the […]
I’ve been asked to join a debate on the role of consumerism in the London riots on BBC Sunday Morning Live on BBC One, Sunday August 14th at 10am. Feel free to tune in. If my face doesn’t look too off-putting via webcam, I’ll try to get a clip for the site somehow.
I’ve just uploaded a new podcast with the guys from Positive Money.
Talking to them about money creation really got me thinking about the predicament we find ourselves in these days. For a […]