Posts for the “b. Use of power” category

So who is in bed with whom (part 1)? & further on the Government’s CON-sultation mechanisms

by Bruce Scott on September 28, 2011

Dear Julia (JE: Bruce’s comment was sent to me in an email),   From my recollection the Command paper, setting out the voluntary registers scenario, came out in Feb 2011. (…)

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It seems as though the HPC has died and been reincarnated into the PSA (formerly CHRE), a bit like when Doctor Who dies and comes back in a different form.

by Bruce Scott on September 22, 2011

(Julia Evans writes: The following is an email response to Laing was rattling the cage of an establishment with vested interests who did not like to be questioned or held (…)

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How Government Action goes wrong…. ‘The report says the department pushed ahead without undertaking basic project approval checks, taking decisions before testing the ideas for feasibility.’

by Julia Evans on September 20, 2011

My comments  and the title are provoked by the report of the Fire service Reorganisation as in the Guardian[i]   From the Guardian report: – Margaret Hodge, the Labour chair (…)

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Witnessing to the humanity of the other is the place where all moral reasoning must begin: The Revd Canon Giles Fraser

by Julia Evans on September 16, 2011

Quote from:  The Revd Canon Giles Fraser, BBC Radio 4, Thought for the Day (16 September 2011)  available here  or here. Further quote: And the way a liberal culture does this, he (…)

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Sadeian power in use: By having its hand on Asia’s water tap, China is therefore acquiring tremendous leverage over its neighbours’ behaviour…

by Julia Evans on August 31, 2011

Quoted from ‘Water is the new weapon in Beijing’s armoury’ by Brahma Chellaney in the Financial Times, August 30th 2011 07:59pm Brahma Chellaney is a professor at the independent Centre (…)

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August 2011 riots: reading the analyses: 24th August 2011: Paul Lewis, James Ball & Josh Halliday comment

by Julia Evans on August 24, 2011

My reason for commenting is to investigate what frameworks the various actors are using on this stage.  I started by commenting on a ft article (Principles based in trust and (…)

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The Government as Sadeian experimenter

by Julia Evans on August 17, 2011

Two reasons for this post: 1) the invention of a stage on which to act & 2) what those in the sadistic position desire Julia Evans  I started my morning (…)

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Principles based in trust and relationships versus Sadeian absolute control

by Julia Evans on August 14, 2011

Hello, Sadeian power (Absolute power as the Privy Council uses) is implemented through the top-down enforcement of judgments or the Government’s One Standards within relationships of certainty of control, competition, (…)

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What works – tackling out-of-limits destruction and violence

by Julia Evans on August 14, 2011

Karyn McCluskey, director of Scotland’s Violence Reduction Unit which has radically curbed gang-related crime across Scotland, considers approaches to the aftermath both on Radio 4 Today programme – Monday 15th (…)

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… the existence of a “completely ignored underclass” who have developed a “perverse morality”.

by Julia Evans on August 13, 2011

These comments derive from The Tablet’s Editorial – see below. In examining, the perverse use of power, which I have been doing since 2005 on the regx2 listing, a number (…)

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