MICHAEL WALSH EDITORIAL: I’m not often at a loss when looking for an explanation but this really is ‘ask the audience’ time. Why are folk so reluctant to help others even when they themselves are rewarded for doing so.
WHAT SHALL WE TELL THEM?
What shall we tell them when people find out,
They were lied to and cheated,
By scoundrels no doubt.
Necessity is the mother of invention. When Silicon Valley cracked down on freedom of expression GAB became more influential than Facebook. Emerging rivals to YouTube and Google became politically more potent.
MICHAEL WALSH, despite being shunned by politically-incorrect media, is recognised as one of Europe’s most popular poets. The poetry of Michael Walsh, which shuns unintelligible discordant pseudo-verse, has attracted tributes from tens of thousands.
‘If you lacked interest or integrity, you wouldn’t have bothered whether I finished the manuscript or not! Real friends don’t come by accident! I believe in good karma. You’ve always believed in me from day one. What you might realise is that writing this book also serves as therapy to me.’ Betty Musole.
There are few pursuits more healing than creative writing. Setting down one’s thoughts is a way to better understand and discover a solution to any situation. Self-expression through writing actually inspires creativity.
WE ARE THE EUROPEANS
Let me introduce you to,
The folk of Europe sweet,
They’re kind and friendly lovely folk,
You’re ever going to meet.
During war and peace, one supposes every conflict creates the perfect mental environment for releasing one’s thoughts in poetry. As is pointed out endless times on the People’s Media (social media) the current war against the rapidly advancing hideous totalitarianism is war by other means.
IRONIC that whilst children warm their small hands on the propaganda deploring the Reich’s placing on bonfires pornographic and Communist promoting books their backs are warmed by the biggest bonfire of books since the Bolsheviks seized power in Russia in 1917.
At the onset of the internet, a pundit remarked that future society would be divided between the computer literate and those who failed to keep up. What was the outcome of that prediction?