Session 2 on Wednesday on 11th January 2017 - notes

* Please note both day and venue!

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road NW1 2BJ - on the ground floor in the corridor outside the cafe

Agenda
1. Round up of news and events (45 minutes)

2. Critical Thinking support for Norwich University student group - Omar (15 minutes)

2. Exploring astrotheological roots of religion and hierarchy - Pete if available (1hour)
Colonisation of the commons, enslavement and usury. The denigration of art and culture and its fightback.

Session 2 on Wednesday on 11th January 2017 - notes

1. Tony Greenham, ex NEF, RSA. Inclusive economy. ICUK. Private Eye, CoE sheltered housing. Conversation positive. Themed based work. Devolution. London and Manchester. Director of Reforming the Economy. Matthew Taylor – adviser to Theresa May. Sacha Karim Fintech. Positive Money. Banks trying to colonise blockchain etc. World travel – using the law to stop war – make wars history. Illegality of paying tax. 350 attempts to report war crimes. 3 times in prison for non payment of council taxes. Tax rebellion. Causes of human of behaviour – memes to changing behaviour. Portcullis House – diverse audience. Ruth Cadbury – private members bill won't work. Uphold current legislation – ignorance of current laws being contovened. Private criminal prosecution. Conscience? Ignoring that laws are being broken. ICCA crimes against humanity and genocide – ancilllary to. War outlawed in 1928 – crime to wage war. Praying for peace. Hindus spritiual energy for world peace. Solutions: 22nd February 2017 Session Agenda – Chris Coverdale. Underlying. Pray morally, accurately, sincerely, in quantity. Methodology – documented?
2. Interest – creation of money from nothing. Debt. Ideology.
3.Strikes – waste of time. Workers energy. Worker engagement. Brexit – Where to engage.

Session 1 on Wednesday on 4th January 2017 - notes

Welcome to year  6 of Critical Thinking

* Please note both day and venue!

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road NW1 2BJ - on the ground floor in the corridor outside the cafe

Agenda
1. Round up of news and events (45 minutes)

2. Events and plans for 2017 (1hour 15 minutes)
Exploring the astrotheological roots of religion and hierarchy in forming today's political economy: the colonisation of the commons, enslavement and usury. The denigration of art and culture and its fightback.

Session 1 on Wednesday on 4th January 2017 - notes

 

Rothschilds Richard Grove – Sarbanes OxleyUltimate History Lesson – John Taylor Gatto. Carroll Quigley – Tragedy and Hope. Deutsche Trotsky. Immortals. Politics and philosophy. Hilsborough. Party politics. Norwegian – immigration. Shock Doctrine - universities closing down humanities. Bums on seats – Elistist subjects. Japan closing down humanities. Specialism. Training. Architectural Association. Why are students here? University = factories. Resurgence – Satish Kumar immgination. Church institutions.n Problem based learning. Pedagogy of the oppressed Paolo Freiri.

Usury, Land and Hierarchy. In the context of the arts. Education and arts. Are we being productive. Technology – endlessly superficial – Twitter. Pearse Redmond Porkins policy radio. Conversations – Radio. Uncovering the truth – rather than opinion. Challenge depth – water is so muddy. Industrial model of education. Basic Income – digital money.. Incentives to work and to buy.

Review session on Wednesday 7th December 2016

* Please note both day and venue!

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road NW1 2BJ - on the ground floor in the corridor outside the cafe

Agenda
1. Round up of news and events (30 minutes)

2. Outline planning for 2017 (1 hour 15 minutes)

3. AOB (15 minutes)

Review session on Wednesday 23rd November 2016 - notes

* Please note both day and venue!

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Venue: Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road NW1 2BJ - on the ground floor in the corridor outside the cafe

Agenda
1. Round up of news and events (30 minutes)

2. Equality - Pete (45minutes)

3. Power religion, astrotheology in the context of the political economy explored through art - Eddie (45 minutes)

Review session on Wednesday 23rd November 2016 - notes

Migrant traffic as a weapon of war - Brussels, Norway - disappearing children. Paedophilia/Podesta - History of Dark State and paedophilia explored by Sibel Edmonds (boilingfrogspost.com and Newsbud) - Trump, Epstein, Clintons connected. Mark Passeo ex-Satanic cult member exposes depth and breadth - "order followers". Dickensian exploitation of child labour - children abused in the coal mines? Kakistocracy - rule by the worst at one level, paedophilia percolates down through society - hierarchy of abuse. Family court involved? Sabine McNeil.

Equality - Perceptions of time: linear v cycles. There is no equality as such. Hannah Arendt "We are the same in that we are all different". As humans (or any other species) under natural law we should have equal access to the means to life, ie. the commons. Why are we here? and how? We are formed of mind, body and spirit - there is inequality in each in the linear sense, ie. at any one time. In the curvature of space and time, in essence, who can say? Misinterpretation of Darwin's "survival of the fittest" ie. competition is refuted by evolutionary biology and indigenous peoples - cooperation is key to evolutionary success. Wild, an elemental journey by Jay Griffiths. Equality under the law? Natural law - hierarchy of needs basic needs then diversity of "wants" - choice. Equality depends on perspective. Kharma - convenient même to justify class system. Inalienable rights versus privilege. Newtons law: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. We are rendered unequal by theft of our time and being denied access to land, resources, knowledge etc. Under Agenda 30 even greater control planned - smart cities.