Posts for the “B. Policy” category

Laing was rattling the cage of an establishment with vested interests who did not like to be questioned or held to account.

by Julia Evans on September 6, 2011

The title comment is from Bruce Scott[i] .   This comment is extremely important as the UKCP, BPC, BACP, and other members of the New Savoy Partnership  are currently sewing (…)

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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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‘Manchester calling’ For what?

by Ian Parker on August 12, 2011

Manchester’s ‘northern quarter’, an area targeted for regeneration – cheap hostels, clubs, old textile businesses and new cafe bars – was, on the Tuesday evening, rapidly shutting up shop. There (…)

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To limit or not to limit: to be or not to be, that is the question

by Julia Evans on August 11, 2011

‘We risk justifying greed by suggesting that the things we want are potentially unlimited.[i] ‘ Giles Fraser Limits based in relationships or limits enforced top-down with rules and regulations to (…)

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Ethics: the Sadean & Kantian position and how the Lacanian psychoanalytic position differs

by Julia Evans on July 28, 2011

Hello, Jean-Louis Gault’s commentary on ‘Kant with Sade’ starts distinguishing the Kantian position of working for the Good (the one the Government takes within Mental Health, Education, Social Work, etc) (…)

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