Category: article about writing

  • Strange Calm

      Strange calm   Disembodied, I nonetheless exist – still. Surveying the smoking wreckage of my explosively downed, MI-28N attack helicopter. Ammunition going off, in the heat. Somewhere in that blazing, unrecognizable wreck? My mortal, human, pilot remains burn. But it doesn’t matter. Not anymore. I saw it coming. The whistling blur, the fire, smoke. Seconds away. […]

  • Charles Biedermann and the ICRC – an extraordinary betrayal

    Charles Biedermann and the ICRC – an extraordinary betrayal   Charles Biedermann was called as the Canadian Government’s 4th ‘expert witness’ against Ernst Zundel, in his second trial, in 1988. He was there representing: 1) The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) 2) The International Tracing Service (ITS), based in Arolson, Germany.   What […]

  • Holocaust Prosecution witness, American Professor, Christopher Browning, screaming down – in smoke & flames

    Holocaust Prosecution witness, American Professor, Christopher Browning, screaming down – in smoke & flames   1988, second trial, Canada versus Ernst Zundel  (continued)   Next up: (roll of the drums) Christopher Browning, Prosecution Witness. P-r-o-f-e-s-s-o-r. Emeritus. See:  Wikipedia In place of Raul Hilberg there came his good buddy, Christopher Browning, an American professor who ‘specializes’ […]

  • The Night is dark, the Seas, stormy

      The Night is dark, the seas, stormy Who even thinks like this Rabbi? Never mind coming out, and flat-out saying it? We are all here for a tiny wander. A taster. That’s all. Then, with a soft sigh? We are gone. To seek only power, and wealth, and status in this little Life? Obsessively, maniacally, so? It’s like […]

  • You Never

    I tried so hard To talk to you To make you smile Or to cry Believe its true I can’t stare at you I tried to make you smile Cause someday you’ll be mine You never say your sorry Oh love! I forgive you You never said you loved me Oh dear! I love you […]

  • Travels in Cyberspace

    I thought I might share my experiences with writing sites to begin with. The first I joined (for free) was called Urbis.com. I don’t know if you know it. It was created by a fellow called Steve Spargo (who actually got to the cover of Esquire Magazine) and run by he and his sister. It […]

  • Writing Challenge (1)

    Sunday, September 25th, 2011 Writing Challenge (1) What do YOU think? Where are YOU at? For my part, I’ve been reading quite a bit the last while, and doing some studying. Here follow, in no special order of significance, some areas of thought and non-thought. “Thunk & Muddle, let’s get in a Huddle “. I’ll […]

  • A Full Moon

    A mother, forced to put “unknown “ Though she knows exactly who But she won’t say. Her illegitimate child will have an identity, But if Unknown won’t be there, That won’t be the baby’s identity. The moon is glowing full tonight. For something that’s supposed to be bad It sure is beautiful. Should the mother […]

  • As You Pull the Bottle Up

    As You Pull the Bottle Up. There’s no need for strength To pull the bottle up. There’s no need for strength The moment you’ve decided To stop breathing. You’ve given all your strength To everything except yourself. You won’t find it here As you pull the bottle up. Haunted by the memories of A past […]

  • Writing in a language that is not your mother tongue.

    Writing in a language that is not your mother tongue English is not my native language. I started writing in English after having ordered pork chops and steak at a local Flemish butcher. A few hours earlier, I had passed my practical English grammar exam at the local university. Luckily, the man possessed a sense […]