Managing radical differences. The Oxford Process. Be aware of these so called independent organs.
I cannot post access to the BBC programmes here unless you have a BBC license and personal access. However, this is to demonstrate how bias and slanted the BBC is.
Is English Nationalism Toxic?
Across the Red Line, Series 2
Anne McElvoy returns with the series that asks figures from opposing sides of a political issue to listen to each other, and explore the roots of each other’s beliefs, with the help of conflict resolution specialist Gabrielle Rifkind.
In this first edition of the new series, Anne brings together Nick Cohen, columnist for the Observer and Simon Heffer, columnist for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph, to debate the question ‘Is English Nationalism Toxic?’
She is the Director of the Oxford Process, an independent preventive diplomacy initiative pioneered through her dialogue work with Oxford Research Group (ORG).
As a political entrepreneur, she has a deep understanding of human behaviour and motivation.
Gabrielle has written for various newspapers and online publications, including The Guardian, Open Democracy, and The Independent.
Her new book:
The Psychology of Political Extremism
What Would Sigmund Freud have Thought About Islamic State?
The following organisations and individuals have helped support ORG’s work in 2017-2018.
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
Marmot Charitable Trust
Network for Social Change
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Office of the European Union Representative (West Bank and Gaza Strip, UNRWA)
Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation
Roger Ross and all the staff at Lots Road Auctions
Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
UK Government – Conflict, Security and Stability Fund
W. F. Southall Trust
William A. Cadbury Charitable Trust
So, independent? Government funding?!
One of the sources of funding is the Lipman-Miliband Trust; that’s Ralph Miliband father of David and Ed. It is Marxism, NGO and ‘charity’ all the way and given ample platform on the taxpayer funded BBC. All we need now is Michael Morpurgatoryo to give us a diatribe on BBC’s A Point Of View about how we must stay in the €U and make it work. Oh, that happened the other Friday!
“It is surely time to accept that we have made a mistake”, he writes, “that whichever way we voted, things are not turning out the way we expected”.
The mind boggles.