If you tolerate this you’re children will be next…..
To be or not to be…..
Another brick in the wall…..
Nuit Debout: The Speech…..
David Icke – How Public Education Controls Your Mind…..
Everything is rigged…..
Timeline-Reality Split, Frequency Vibration, and the Hidden Forces of Life…..
The Cult of Zen Gardner: A Monster in Disguise…..
What’s Growing in Zen’s Garden?…..
Zen Gardner: My missing years…..
The demonising of Stan Romanek?…..
Does the Simulation Hypothesis Defeat Materialism…..
What to believe? Science is a red herring and a wild-goose chase…..
Mark Knopfler – Tunnel of Love Final Solo (Best Live Version)…..
Of Pokemon, Mirage Men and Manchurian Candidates…..
Beast of Dartmoor mystery solved?…..
Hacktivists Design Untraceable Anti-Surveillance Phone Case…..
Robot doctors will perform one in three surgeries ‘within five years’ to help exhausted medics
I first published this story on my website and then in the book I wrote on my experiences, Dogged Days. Reading it still brings a quivering heart and tears to my eyes, talking about it too. It’s excruciatingly sad but it is also rather wonderful.
An Angel in our Midst
In 1997 I was living in Perth, Western Australia, most of my family were too, but one of my brothers, his wife and 3 beautiful daughters – the youngest are twins – were living in England.
It was December, winter time in England, and kids were sniffing and sneezing with the latest version of the season’s ailments. Tyffany, just 9-years-old, and the eldest, complained of a sore throat, and feeling under the weather – a bit achy. She was taken to see the local doctor who gave her some antibiotics and urged a snug rest at home for a few days. As was expected she got a bit worse during the day. Her mum, dad and little sisters made sure that she was well looked after with whatever she needed, and made her as comfortable as possible. Later in the evening Tyffany went off to bed aiming to feel better in the morning. She loved going to school and playing with her many friends – she had missed them and wondered how they were getting on with the busy Christmas events and other things they were involved in.