Je ne suis pas la rose, mais j’ai vécu avec elle. I am not the rose, but I have lived near the rose. Benjamin Constant There are a number of issues on my mind today. The first has been the Lifeboat Foundation. I am a member of this organization, listed on its futurist advisory board.…

Il est dangereux d’avoir raison dans des choses où des hommes accrédités ont tort. It is dangerous to be right in matters where established men are wrong. Voltaire Snowden was a titan. With individuals such as him, what need for “movements” or “groups”? From my space over at The clubof.info Blog just today. As a political entity, Mr…

Je crois qu’il y a des résistances honnêtes et des rébellions légitimes. I believe that there are honest resistance forces and legitimate rebellions. Alexis de Tocqueville How many times can the liar lie, before people stop believing? Thousands of Russian tanks and soldiers passing into Ukraine, where they become invisible and only NATO spokesmen can see…

Le mensonge et la crédulité s’accouplent et engendrent l’Opinion. Lying and credulity mate and engender Opinion. Paul Valéry One man can shake the world’s most powerful government. What chance would it have against many? I am currently in the process of drafting an article, titled “A World Beyond Nations”, possibly to appear at The Venus Project…

Harry J. Bentham
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Harry Bentham

Harry J. Bentham is a British futurist blogger who has been a contributor at a number of think tanks including the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies since 2013. His work at Press TV and the L'Ordre blog featured at the multi-faith Beliefnet website has gained increasing attention and praise, including in the international media. Commentaries on political and ethical controversies by Bentham have been published at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, H+ Magazine, Dissident Voice and numerous other publications. He edits The clubof.info Blog (http://www.clubof.info/search/label/Harry_J_Bentham).

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