I spent the week incarcerated in Calais. It lead me to contemplate the unimaginable horror of prison life.
Good on Gillette: it would be hard to deny that male aggression has played a vast and malignant role in our history.
For some years I have assumed that far from inheriting the earth, the meek will be trampled underfoot. I am beginning to wonder whether I am mistaken.
Internet forums are the perfect place to understand the petty origins of conflict. The Troll must be studiously ignored.
My latest Netflix Binge is Fauda – a violent, compelling and visually superb take on the Arab Israeli conflict.
Someone in Canterbury Cathedral (the Dean perhaps?) decided that Verse 9 was going a little far .
Why does society have to be so divisive? Why does political posturing have to increase polarization and seek to indoctrinate?
My own petty, unimportant and irrelevant moral dilemma should teach me something about the world and how to improve it.
How has it come to pass that a tiny handful own the vast majority of this tiny spaceship we call the Earth?
There can hardly be a sight so little edifying as the Right Honourable Gentlemen of the House of Commons in full debate.
War has its origins in the very first animal life to evolve on earth.