Thursday, March 20, 2008

Suggest a topic for the Daily (Maybe)

Feeling pretty uninspired today, probably because I feel I should be posting on the fifth anniversary of the invasion but don't have the heart to talk about a subject so depressing, particularly when I'm in a rather good mood.

So I leave it up to you, dear readers, what would you like me to post about? All suggestions considered.

13 comments:

neil h said...

You've been elected as Prime Minister with a landslide majority. What's the first bill that you bring into law?

John Angliss said...

Urm... this is more left sectariana, but what could you give us the differences between the Green, Left List, tankie, Gallowayite and other platforms for London Mayor? I need to know who to give my second preference to.

Jim Jay said...

Oh John - you're leading me into dangerous waters - but I'll have a go tomorrow... I quite like this method of coming up with subjects!

weggis said...

Israel/Palestine.
You might like to have a peak at my last two posts before considering this.

neil h said...

To quote Harry Hill - Israel or Palestine, which one is better? There's only one way to find out .... FIGHT!!!!

:-)

Jim Jay said...

Thanks for that helpful comment Neil :-)

Weggis I've posted on Israel here. Thanks for the suggestion.

John Angliss said...

This thread is a dream, but tell me if I begin to abuse it!

You don't have to do this post but it's something I've always wanted to know but never enough to research it... Intervention in Darfur - right or wrong and why and to what extent?

Jim Jay said...

lol - I will John, I will.

You know I work in development don't you? I debated the Tory development spokesman on 18 doughty street - and was really nice to him - I just don't have the killer instinct :)

Anyway, yeah - as long as people don't mind if there is a delay in posting on their subject whilst I do other posts or live my life people can keep the suggestions coming as far as I'm concerned.

Leftwing Criminologist said...

perhaps you might fancy doing a post for the carnival of socialism i'm hosting on friday (i'll be putting it together thursday afternoon though)

weggis said...

Tibet.

Dorothea said...

The neo-colonialism problem is wider even than Tibet, concerning other peoples of Central Asia too.

As the Dalai Lama is reported saying;

"the demographic aggression is the most serious issue. I think sooner or later a solution can be found (with the Chinese). On our part, we can wait... five years, 10 years, 20 years... But the demographic issue as well as the environment problems cannot wait.

Once we are able to reach a political solution, it may be too late. If only Han Chinese inhabit Tibet, what is the meaning of autonomy?

Like in Inner Mongolia today, it is too late. There is more than 80 percent of Chinese. It is too late."

http://www.indiaenews.com/india/20080124/93486.htm

I hope that it is not too late for the indigenous people of Southern Mongolia. Why are they forgotten and ignored by the West?

Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Centre

http://www.smhric.org/index.htm

http://www.smhric.org/news_121.htm

Bearing in mind also that humans are now controlling a vast and dangerously unjust percentage of the total photosynthetic product, the topic is world-wide ...

Demographic Warfare and Human Supremacism

Jim Jay said...

Hi Weggis - I have now posted on Tibet. I've probably offended everyone who reads this blog but all for different reasons!

weggis said...

Thanks Jim. I'm not offended.