Intelek Int'l

Intelek Int'l
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"I think therefore I jam"
I'm a holistic communication and education specialist, trading as Intelek International (www.intelek.net).
I write about spirituality, science, philosophy, politics, love.
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Recent pages by Intelek Int'l

Make sure you're seated for this one. It's a lengthy narrative bringing together Louis Farrhakan's fallibility, Sir Elton John's 'baby daddy' doctrine, Barbados politics and an Action Jackson type US war veteran I call a "cliterist". Yup!
An Italy-based organization dedicated to the scientific study of religion is appealing to Israeli authorities not to ratify a proposed law that seems set to legalize persecution of religious movements questionably labelled "cults".
Second in a series of articles using the biblical Book of Revelation to interpret current developments in the US 2016 presidential election. Here in a somewhat rambling fashion, I embark on an exploration of the 'Clinterests' of three Hilarys: Clinton, in the US, Beckles in Barbados,...
Donald Trumps bite may be worst than his bark. He may be channelling 'the Beast' of Revelation.
In my second open letter to Norfolk Police Chief Constable Simon Bailey, I decry and 'deconstruct' a legal threat made by my local MP Clive Lewis in response to my criticism of him in the first letter. I not only include a copy of the email in which the legal threat is made but also ...
In this third instalment of my #Barbados50 articles, I address an apparently Norfolk-sown criminal conspiracy that one Norfolk policeman seems to think exists only in my head. I also explore how this Norfolk-sown conspiracy may be linked to the race, religion and gender Barbados-sown...
More on Barbados' 5o years of independent nationhood. Here I use a 2013 Allvoices.com article to link Google's "Artificial Intelligence" cloaked internet policing to the gulf between Barbadian PM Freundel Stuart's claims about our country's democracy and the biased actions of key, "...
Analysis of a pivotal speech by PM Freundel Stuart launching celebrations marking Barbados' 50th year of independence. Stuart simplistically accuses others of hypocritically demanding perfection of Barbadians while being imperfect themselves.
On the advice of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office, I recently alerted Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner that the University of Illinois is being implicated in the criminal conspiracy conceived by Barbadian parliamentarian Donville Inniss to deny me the proceeds of my intel...
I recently attended the #MY100 Conference marking the centenary of the birth of Open University founder Michael Young. I am a long time admirer of Young's, whose pioneering work "predicted" Intelek's in many ways. Here I follow-up a discussion started at the Conference about what I ...
This article is about a petition I've started to get the Guardian newspaper to rein in its reckless reporting on the contentious, volatile issue of reparations for trans-Atlantic slavery.
Introducing the Intelek International "Love Arctually" project, which coincides with a petition I've launched asking the Guardian newspaper's CEO David Pemsel and Editor-in Chief Katharine Pemsel to "rein in" their reporting on the contentious reparations for trans-Atlantic slavery is...
I am not sure what to make of Prime Minister David Cameron's recent claim that Jeremy Corbyn hates Britain. Is it deliberate, deplorable, party political demagoguery or does it point to a profound, authentic failure of insight and empathy? Which man loves or hates Britain more? I offe...
I first published this touching story of an England-based Iranian's 40 years search for his long lost love in December 2010. It seems that little has changed for him since then.
Using a Data Access request, I now have an email providing compelling proof of BBC bias against me. It seems that some BBC staffers are rather selective about who they label "cranks" and to whom they assign credibility. This is about intellectual property valuations.
As the "Heiros Gamos" short-story flatters to be a novel in disguise, I rest my weary mind and eyes, taking refuge from that deluge or delusion in a poem.
Despite once placing 3rd in a Barbados-wide short-story writing contest some years ago, I've been so busy wrestling with reality that I've more often than not chosen poetry's economy to ventilate my feelings and thoughts. My pious regard for history also means I prefer journalistic...
Why might it take the Speaker of the House of Lord's more than eight months to respond to a tax paying member of the public's request for information? Is that how "democracy" works in the House of Lord's? It's not the picture of hardworking peers newly elevated businesswoman Michell...
Yesterday, September 15, former Australian PM Tony Abbott chose the popular social media platform Facebook to express his sadness over being removed from office in a leadership struggle. I discovered Mr Abbott's statement fortuitously and am examining some of the issues his selectio...
Continuing my use of bin lorry "Bin Ladin" Harry Clarke's blackouts as an interpretive tool, this is a more elaborate study of Esther Phillips, the object of my on-going cathartic effort to come to terms with the 'loss' of a woman I consider a personal hero.
Continuing and expanding on my analysis of Jeremy Corbyn's beliefs and behaviour, I compare him with Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, Camila Batmanghelidjh and other selective socialists who seem to "black out" like Glasgow bin lorry crash driver Harry Clarke.
In 2012 I published a version of this article on a US-based citizen journalism website in response to news reports that apparently exposed prominent American evangelist Franklin Graham, son of Billy Graham use of his powerful public position to undermine Barack Obama's retention of th...
What does Labour Party leadership contest front-runner Jeremy Corbyn have in common with the Glasgow #BinLorryBinLadin driver Harry Clarke? More than you might expect.
Today I discovered the very useful "How to race bait" video by award-winning documentary producer Matthew Cooke. Cooke's film speaks to my dispute with Lloyds bank in amazingly fundamental, providential ways.
First in a series of letters to conservative Catholic scholar Dr Marian T Horvat advising greater attention to the core inner-workings of love, the fundamental Christian tenet, and less attention to its external forms. Using my core belief seismology and semantics fusing analytic for...
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