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Poems about family and society.

BBC Ignores Anti-White Racist Sexist Murder – Arab Banker – and Sex Slavery Tenfold Rise

After Raheem Sterling did some basic media research this week I went to the Daily Mail he’d done it on, and found lots of anti-white and anti-women stories I hadn’t heard anything about on the BBC. A couple are below. This is a comment on the BBC and liberal media’s anti-white bias, and nothing to do with Raheem Sterling or black people in general, unless they are being racist to whites.

My Research Rationale

As I don’t get much response here, I can’t be bothered changing them from the posts I put on Facebook just now. I’ve tried taking the moderate line in the last thirteen years of creative writing after graduating with a PhD, but the British media just ignore me; and call people like Tommy Robinson right-wing and racist when he was also trying to be moderate; and then they act all shocked and go mental on it when white people can’t be bothered being ‘politically-correct’ any more, while the ‘Establishment’ don’t control immigration or sex-slavery, and can’t deliver Brexit!

This story was in the Metro, Mail and Telegraph:

Christina Abbotts failed to turn up to her own birthday celebrations and was found dead in a bed.Zahid Naseem arrives at Lewes Crown Court today 

Upper-class White Escort Bludgeoned to Death by Arab Banker – Who Wanted to Degrade (me – proving racist sexism) Her

Anti-white woman racist sexist murder hasn’t made it onto BBC TV, as far as I’ve seen, which is regular headline news… but they’ve gone mad on a few allegedly racist words, which I don’t agree with either, and some school-standard media research against their antithesis Daily Mail… I am a Doctor of Philosophy in Communications (media basically) from a poor deprived background, but am white… so nobody asks my opinion… and they’ll probably call me racist for this!!
They have featured the also tragic Grace Millane story a lot, and this one not at all. Using Raheem’s 1-1 research, which is the most basic, and would need dozens, hundreds or thousands of cases to verify, but the BBC LOVE IT, I wonder why they’ve featured 100% backpacker death in NZ to 0% white woman killed by Arab banker in London?

UK Sex Slavery Rises Tenfold in Five Years

Along with the last story I posted, this one says sex slavery has risen tenfold in Britain in the last five years according to article on MSN: ‘The estimated number of victims of trafficking and slavery in Britain has risen tenfold from 13,000 in 2013 to 136,000 in 2018. Last year, there were 5,145 cases reported in the UK – the highest on record.’
I never hear that about Brexit on the BBC – it’s all about ‘racist Brits’!

Sorry to Manchester City fans. I’ve supported your rise in the Premier League, despite the Arab owner, who seems okay as far as I know. I like Pep’s style of football, some of your great players, including Sterling, Mendy and Sane, but most of all… your sky blue shirts!

For lots of super intelligent research and writing, trying to help women avoid traps like the above; in contrast to ever luvvie popular pied piper of grooming Russell Brand!; please see my books on Amazon: (Sorry to advertise them along with the tragic stories above, but if nobody reads me I can’t do anything to stop them… as I don’t seem to have done… hopefully I’ve saved some… and everybody else seems to want to jump on the anti-white bandwagon to promote themselves!?)

XaW Files: Beyond Humanity (Fantasy Travel by Google Maps Book 3) by [Latham, Marc]   

 

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Brain Creation Coffee or Cortisol Folding Mirror Poem

This latest Folding Mirror poem developed out of a few articles and documentaries I’ve seen recently; while the screen hypnosis was featured in Moby’s Porcelain memoir, cited here recently; so at least five multi-media sources over a coupla/few months.

A couple were about ideal coffee drinking times, in relation to your cortisol levels, saying you should avoid drinking coffee just after awakening, as your body is naturally producing cortisol then, which has a similar effect as caffeine. Cortisol is produced on average by the body’s circadian rhythm between 8-9, 12-1 and 5.30-6.30 so the article said it’s best to avoid drinking it then.

Another article said that cortisol could actually shrink the brain, which I thought I might have felt during times of coffilosophy, when I was digging deep into the mind to create, and then concentrating to get it down on screen. I’d also feel tired afterwards a lot of the time, needing a nap, which could have been to do with the physical demands I think this kind of creation can impose.

In a Horizon documentary about the body clock, circadian rhythm and sleep, with volunteer, Aldo Kane, locked away from daylight for a month without knowing the time, chronobiologist Professor Jeffrey Hall  said the circadian rhythm is in all animals and was one of the first genetic imprints in us all.

A BBC Click documentary had a nice introduction to a piece about new ADHD technology with roundabout-cars chaos, which reminded me of some coffilosophy times when I’d feel like that. Sometimes the ideas would come together into a poem, story or blog post, like this one; other times I’d forget some of it, like the cars of the roundabout going the wrong way and getting lost!

It was kinda fun, and the best way for me to work, but not really efficient and dependable, which is why I think I’m more suited to this kind of creative writing!!

This is a self-portrait image I created in 2005, when the current mental health initiatives were in their infancy, to try and show as best I could how I thought my ADHD mind worked:

As Brain Shrinks, Squeezed Information Links

I am animal
of circadian rhythm
drinking coffee
for tunnel vision
organising thought
wild ideas pulled taut

ADHD roundabout thoughts, words directed downwards

sometimes converging one way
creation overlay
streamlining writing process
screen hypnosis
natural hormone cortisol
can contract cerebellum

AAW Autumn Special: Maths Fashion Football for Socrates Fans

Receiving a like from a lovely fashion blogger reminded me of Stacey Dooley’s investigation into the fashion industry. While there was a lot of bad news in the programme, I was delighted that fashion influencer, Niomi Price, was inspired to cut down on her consuming, and try to persuade her many followers; now I know where AAW hang out… instead of here!; to do the same. I’m glad to say the greenYgrey was right behind Niomi Price as she met Stacey Dooley to see the results of her investigation into fashion pollution:

Maybe Niomi Price can be the autumn AAW after Pernille Harder has done a great job since the summer, including knocking in a brace for Wolfsburg Women in the first leg of the European Cup quarter-final v Athletico Madrid:

Maths Mixed Up: Good for Socrates Followers

Hannah Fry’s documentary trilogy into Maths had a great greenYgrey introduction to the last quarter hour of the series:

Photosynthesis is dear to the greenYgrey heart, with the sight of sun meeting leaves one of my favourites in nature. But as a non-science (more nonsense!) doctor of philosophy I’m only just learning about it really, so was glad to see Prof. Olaya-Castro explaining that even she and top scientists don’t understand the process yet, and that it is more about quantum mechanics.

And good for Socrates followers like me, especially his assertion that the wisest people are those who know they know little, 2500 years after his life, Hannah Fry concluded that she thinks there are two scientific truths leading parallel lives in our world: the human maths such as Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, and the quantum mechanics world that is beyond it, and doesn’t behave as Einstein predicted.

While I disagree with the BBC a lot, they are the providers of most of my documentaries, although I think I have learnt a lot more about controversial theories (space and history) from other channels, such as Quest and Yesterday.

It is also a little hypocritical of me to criticise fashion while being a book writer, but I do and will try and cover it by contributing to charities such as the Woodland Trust. When I started the greenYgrey it was mainly for charitable reasons, although I didn’t want the pressure and responsibility of being a non-profit. The same still holds true, although there seems a neverending human tide of misery and pollution, and there doesn’t seem much hope of limiting it in the future… big new plans for more roads and housing in the south-east this morning isn’t going to help things!

Escape with the greenYgrey, and I’ll continue having my say, and to charity pay… the (Niomi) Price is right

Brexit Politics Mirror Poem from POP (PinkyOrangePurple) Poet in Purple Patch

Thanks to those who read my books on Kindle in August and made it my best month ever on the platform. You made a cranky old writer feel like a spring lamb who escaped the chop and lived to be an old muttonhead!

Brexit Politics Uninteresting and Depressing

Because of that I thought I’d write a new Folding Mirror poem. Despite that little bit of personal euphoria, the poem turned into a bit of a downer, which is the way Brexit dominating politics has been this year, and I’ve usually written from a social rather than personal view. More details of child grooming in the UK this week compounded it.

A perverse side-effect of Brexit is that more of those demographics could be brought in to replace Europeans who leave. Maybe the Establishment will do it to punish the native working-class demographic, as they seem to have been doing since World War Two; especially in the Home Children white slavery scandal, miners’ strike starving hard workers and New Labour’s Multicultural Fascism that has turned the UK into a war zone.

I didn’t vote in the Brexit referendum, and am sorry to any nice hard-working fair-play Europeans caught up in it, who didn’t sleep with their tutors or bosses to get jobs or promotion (more the tutors, bosses and system’s fault), or undermine other students or workers to get the jobs! I think most are nice, and wish them well for the future. Those already here can stay of course, as far as the deal currently on the table suggests.

Armistice Soldiers’ Centenary, Community Politicians’ Buffoonery

keep on depressing
with all your messing
pushing down, down, down
no more playing the clown
keep straight face now
do nothing might raise brow

hide your emotion, restrain joyous commotion

still in basement without exit
despite sign marked Brexit
people voted to restore identity
democracy, democracy, democracy sincerity
we are not amused
you seem confused

Booker Prize new POP Art Win

The POPolution (PinkyOrangePurple) has been recognised by the Booker Prize, mentioned here yesterday, with Milkman by Anna Burns winning it for Faber and Faber; it’s only book. F&F was also mentioned here yesterday as the publishers of Moby’s Porcelain memoir.

Against Hierarchical Grooming

The subject matter is also relevant to the greenYgrey/POP cause, campaigning against hierarchical grooming, as I have been doing for the last fifteen years in university, work and writing.

As long as the subject is being written about and read it doesn’t matter who’s doing it, although I would obviously have preferred it to be me; I add with unhumble narcissistic egotism self-parody to ‘keep it real’, and try not to look too unctuous and obsequious (two new words I learnt recently and remembered now off the top of my coffilosophy head, and spelt correctly).

New POP Art

I don’t want to let serious issues overshadow the POP celebrations though, and here’s the winning cover stripped of content in true Andy Warhol-style pop art; which could just as well have been the cover of XaW Files: Beyond Humanity, representing greenYgrey’s POP art travel quest for the greenYgrey world’s Andy Warhol, Andy Wolfhol.

Even the simple title ‘Milkman’ is quite pop art, reminding me of Warhol’s Campbell’s soup tins and Coca Cola bottle images. I don’t think he did milk, but there are some other condensed milk ones in pop art style available online:

See the source image

Thank you Anna Burns, Faber and Faber and the Booker Prize judging panel.

Moby’s Creativity Buzz Beyond Coffilosophy

I wrote to ‘try and make a difference’ in the greenYgrey years, as most creatives do; either holistically for humanity and/or nature; or their demographical groups. However, a lot of the time they either end up clashing and cancelling each other out; either political or personal; or within themselves and different parts of their lives – demographic v philosophy – or after a while even with their different age groups – youth v adulthood/middle-age.

I also wrote because I enjoy it, and think it’s the ‘career’ I’m best at: it suiting what I think is my ADHD/bipolar mind, still undiagnosed; more deep philosophical thinking than quick or automatic.

More Moby Empathy than Expected

I didn’t know much about Moby until reading his memoir, Porcelain. His Feeling So Real song was one of my favourites when I got into dance music in 1995, I loved the Play album and like the rest, and saw him at a magical light sunset time at Glastonbury 2000. I knew he was a Christian and into animal rights, but that was about it when I included him as a good monotheist (MiMo Moby: Mildly Monotheistic Moby) character in the second of the greenYgrey trilogy: Werewolf of Oz.

I related to Moby a lot more than I thought after reading his memoir, such as he having a poor one-parent upbringing; likes rock/metal and dance; went from Christianity into agnosticism; had times of hedonism and abstinence; and was looking for deep safe love while risking his life having a good time.

I’m not going to go into everything here, just that at the end of the book he describes the joys of the creative moment nicely, creating his breakthrough classic Play, which was at a time when his early career success was flagging; a creative process I’ve called coffilosophy and philosotea, as that’s when it usually happens to me; and Nick Cave described nicely at the end of 20,000 Days On Earth; and what has been my biggest personal destination for myself through my writing.

Moby: Porcelain: a Memoir
(Faber and Faber, 2016; he doesn’t mention being a character in WoO!)

P. 465: ‘…I had been getting into the… hypnotic workflow that was better than liquor or drugs or sex or science-fiction books…’
P. 468: ‘I sat back and felt that buzz I got only when I’d written something that might be good: a sense of space and expansion in and around my head, as if time were slowing and becoming richer…’
P. 469: ‘…And I knew then it was really done. I didn’t know whether it was good; I didn’t know whether anyone else would like it. But sitting cloistered in my tiny studio, sheltered from the cold rain, I thought it was complete and beautiful.’

Booker Prize Candidate Opinion Not So Outlandish

That’s how I felt when I finished the greenYgrey trilogy: a work of art; as a past winner of the Booker Prize described his book on a programme looking back at it last night. This year’s winner will be announced tonight.

I think XaW Files is/was good enough to be a contender, but I’m not a good enough reader to be a judge; reading 100 books and deciding between them. This is my forte, and the place I love to be: dipping into deep mind philosophy.

If you don’t believe that of somebody like me, then you don’t know your chavistory (chav history); as previous winners of the Booker have been – just as/or more – rougher and rawer; such as James Kelman’s  Glasgow dialect winner in 1984.

I tried to map my writer mind while travelling through the greenYgrey. It’s not too late to explore… but there will be no more… it would be like adding to a painting I feel is finished…

Moby’s Anti-White Heterosexual Prejudice Experiences Before Meghan

In his memoir, Porcelain, Moby writes of going to a club and he and his friend being the only whites there. He was greeted by a transsexual saying ‘Is it Klan night tonight?’ He was then spat on a couple of times while dancing. P.87-88: ‘I wanted to defend myself – No! I love black music! I’m not a racist! I’m sorry I’m white.’

I’m not surprised that kind of thing happened, as I suffered similar working in a similar UK area, but was shocked it happened to Moby, as he’s a very hip looking dude.

It was only a small part of Moby’s book, and he had mostly good relations with non-whites; as I did, especially before a manager started stirring them up!; and has of course had them in his band since. Like Moby, I try to rise above the anti-white/hetero/lesbiman prejudice I’ve faced, especially being a doctor of philosophy!

Not in the British Media Coverage: Road to Princess Meghan

I have nothing against Meghan personally, but it just seemed a coincidence that she came into the royal picture after a year of one-sided ‘race – (mostly) white police on blacks – coverage’ in the UK.

There was apparently an opium epidemic killing much more people at the same time in the USA, mostly whites, but I never saw that on the headline news.

It was in a documentary on the BBC I saw that, as well as the extent of the gun violence problem – a weekend spent in Chicago, so I can’t claim they’re totally biased, but much more people watch main channel headline news than late night lower channel documentaries.

After the last big UK riots I said the gangs were just copying the USA, with them calling the police ‘feds’ a giveaway. I’ve seen that featured in the film ‘Hyena‘ since.

Maybe Harry and Meghan is all a coincidence; very clever man Richard Osman joked on Have I Got News For You a while ago that he thought Harry was going to marry a Kardashian!

Empire Strikes Back

I’ve never been a royalist, and joked before that I was the true king, descended from pagan greats Boudicaa and Penda; The Man Who Would Be King, parodying Rudyard Kipling’s classic.

Maybe the Established took me seriously, and now they’ve got a ‘race filter’ guarding their front-line; like Kanye West with Donald Trump.

So I will outflank the Palace PR machine, one foot forward and two steps back, as the grooming Head of Department in charge of my PhD said about me apparently, to another student, as he tried to de-chav me; never thinking I could pierce it; by wishing Harry and Meghan well for their pregnancy and birth of their child, and I really mean that.

They both seem to have personality faults; as footballing great Peter Crouch says about Harry, and some of Meghan’s family say about her!; but some good factors too. They don’t mean hardly anything to me really, except they’re on the news!