We see the problem, we need solutions.

Due to the dramatic rise in dystopian documentaries and books that depict a no hope scenario of mankind’s future, I have decided it is time for a reassessment of my life and purpose. I feel compelled to offer this short manifesto to the many people who are suffering from the collective idea that we are disempowered or unable to make a positive impact on society.

This beautiful planet on which we live is diverse and abundant, everything is provided for us, all of us. In our short history as the dominant species we have accelerated ourselves into a very dangerous position, we may even destroy this very planet that sustains us. Gross mismanagement of our resources is entirely to blame and a selfish, greedy few are continuing to propel us in that direction.

We must resist this greed, we must embrace our diversity, and we must find a way to work together and save our race from an early demise.

Our current options seem limited to a rapid response, mostly due to our late recognition of our collective problem. A problem that seems so great, as to make us feel small and insignificant. I resist that notion based on my own individual responsibility and the ability we all have to solve problems by increasing peace through love. I love humans; I am constantly reminded of our creativity and resilience, especially our capacity for love and our need for peace. I also see a dogged determination in many to just follow the leader and repeat the ranting’s of raving lunatic’s, I am aware of the absurdity entrenched in our current system of control. I am not blinded by it though, I am fully aware of the situation we are in, that is the reason for my writing this.

I have always been compelled to write, document and narrate what I see and feel, I do not fully grasp why, I am not even sure if it will make any difference to the outcome of our struggle for survival in an increasingly, oppressively ran, global society; I do know this though, I have to do it.

Whether or not we survive this sickness that runs through our society, I think that we owe it to those that may; we must resist the destroyers of beauty and be creative with our world. The solution I offer seems very simple and will be torn apart summarily by those who run this global system of control and also by the people who foolishly follow its dictates. I do not care for my individual survival; my concern is for the future of man, for I honestly believe we have tremendous potential as individuals and as a species.

I have grown to understand in very simple terms the important and not too complicated ways we can prosper as a race.

Firstly, we must recognize that we have a simple choice between love and fear; love conquers all and fear destroys all; not much of a choice really if we are to survive as a species.

Secondly, we must overcome our urge to blame anyone else, or our human nature. We must take full responsibility for our individual actions.

Third and most importantly, we must learn to love ourselves, for we are what will survive and thrive.

The solution I propose…

Free food. Free shelter. Free healthcare. Free education. Free for everyone.

There it is plain and simple.


Nigel R Mitchell.




try this…

I have no real wisdom here, just things I have learnt that have helped me, if they can help someone else then I am happy.

The saying, “I’m my own worst enemy” is as applicable to me as it is to most people. What makes that “ring true” for most of us is the repetition of mistakes in the hope that it might work this time. If you want to continue that way, good luck.

One of the things that works for me is when faced with a decision or an issue that I have to deal with I remember this simple chart.


I face the same problems as most people. This graph helps me.

love and peace are my weapons.

Why are we being driven crazy?

“Three generations of bus drivers!”

“It seems to me that we got on this bus a long time ago, we missed our stop when we were lulled into falling asleep. Convincing the driver to turn around and take us back is where we are, collectively. This is not really an option, the driver was not our friend, he was always intent on getting us to this station, he loves his job and is paid well to do it.”

Want to know what is driving us crazy? Greed.

Want to know how it is spread? Media.

Want to know some of the originators of the technique’s used by the media and the “control obsessed world leaders”? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Bernays and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustave_Le_Bon

Am I getting to deep in the rabbit hole for you? Oh well, sorry. I always wanted to know who the bully was even if it was me. Knowing is half the battle, now I can do something about it. Time to get off this bus and get busy…….                                                                                                      http://youtu.be/yBR0VLcwdyk 

are you ready? The NDAA 2013 is real.


I am a concerned observer of what I see unfolding around me and wish to inform you of some events that you may or may not already know. How you deal with what I am telling you is entirely up to you. I enjoy my freedom and claim it as a matter of fact. I do not need to defend it or have it defended for it is mine and always will be. It is yours too, if you want it. Judging by what I see unfolding, I am now doubting whether many of you want it or even believe it is worthwhile having. Let me pose a hypothetical question: More restrictions on how you live your life or Less restrictions on how you live your life? I hope you choose less restrictions as I do, if you choose more restrictions, carry on regardless of what I post. Its quite simple really, we are able to choose but there are consequences. So here is what I saw today…..http://occupycorporatism.com/military-training-drills-resume-in-preparation-for-martial-law/

This is worth watching…http://youtu.be/iQcU45QzSHw
This is interesting too…http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1062
with all the will in the world I choose freedom. love and peace are my weapons.

I don’t care too much for money…..


There are some people who care too much for money, I am more concerned with the way it is used as a weapon by the elitist criminals who run the world….

I like this video by this very funny man….http://youtu.be/15cKB4e3zuo

He mentions this man, please find out more about him, he seems to me to be a very bad man….http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Green,_Baron_Green_of_Hurstpierpoint

And this one too…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mervyn_King_%28economist%29

and this one…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Wheatley

I can connect the dots, can you? Are we really willing to trust these people?

Really though, it boils down to this…GREED KILLS, END WARS.



My life is a journey and I feel no compulsion to stop travelling. I have visited many different countries, cities, towns, villages, but mostly, due to where I was born and raised I have always felt a magnetic pull to the “west country” of England. I am at home almost anywhere on Earth and feel a sense of belonging on this beautiful planet; most of the time.

I choose to spend my time “Eastside of the decadence”. Why, you may ask? Well, amongst the wealth of reasons I can list, I feel happier around people who care for each other, people who, when they look at you and start to get to know you don’t automatically think “what’s in this for me”. I prefer the Eastside because I deplore greed, if there is one thing I can’t abide about our current malaise in global society, greed takes the ticket.

I spent the Summer of 2012 in my birth country of England living with one of my friends in London, East 17. Having never lived in London, I felt somewhat like a tourist. Of course, geographically speaking anywhere East of “the city” is called the “Eastend”. To me “the East” has many other connotation’s, some symbolic and philosophical, some social and societal, some purely imagined by me. As a point of fact, I believe most things I experience are imagined by me, but that’s another story.

As I write this, I am living on the Eastside of Los Angeles, though strictly speaking, as far as I can tell, Lost Angeles unlike London does not have “the city” to be east of. Geographically, East of L.A. is desert and West is ocean. The one common factor between London’s East end and L.A.’s East side for me is this, both are for the most part, financially poorer, humanly kinder, socially inclusive and overall friendlier. The “Eastenders” and “Eastsiders” seem much more free to create, to express themselves openly and embrace the idea of community. I am not going to use this short piece of writing as a social justice exercise or search for reasons why (that would be a much longer and very opinionated piece), in this instance, I am just going to make an observation. The Eastside feels best for me and the Eastend felt the same. It makes me feel more like a human being, instead of a human doing.

I make music and art, I choose a simple and rewarding lifestyle of creativity.

Love and peace are my weapons.