The terrible incident in Woolwich is difficult to comprehend, how can one reconcile the behaviour displayed with any religious faith?
What is the logic or emotion that would cause people to act in this way?
As I heard the point of Terrorism is of course to cause terror, will it be effective? Well strangely there was some amazing behaviour by people there especially the three women mentioned here.
In fact David Cameron could be right in claiming that this sort of action does not create the effect that the terrorists desire.
More details are beginning to emerge of the guy who was seen in most News bulletins but the triggers that made him act as he did are going to be more difficult to come to understand and even harder to come to terms with.
OPEN Ealing Art course
|Hokusai's Great Wave|
The fact that Vincent Van Gogh was a collector of Japanese prints adds powerfully to this narrative.
If you're interested in the course (11 more sessions to go) it runs on Monday evenings (7:00 to 9;00 PM) at Open Ealing's Pop up shop here and costs only £10 per session.
Big Idea number 128 is Anarchism
The French Socialist Philosopher Proudhon once a friend of Karl Marx was an influential figure in the formation of anarchist thinking.