Below is some background info about me, copied from my Linked In profile wholesale.
I may tidy it up one day… I mean it… Seriously…
Update – April 24, 2017: I had not realized my bio below was so sparse. Until today it only gave information about my 2015 general election effort. Sincere apologies to those who were disappointed. I’ve now added other info from my ‘About Me’ account.
I’m an England-based Barbadian holistic communications and education specialist, trading as Intelek International – www.intelek.net.
Through my Intelek Domino Effect Associates (IDEAs) project, I offer game-changing intellectual property related services to organizations, groups and individuals.
I offered these services to Pope Benedict XVI (unsolicited) and in 2010, prophetically assessed his pronounced conservatism as a sign of the cataclysmic change comming to Christianity (http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/6817820-an-open-letter-to-the-pope-part-1).
The relative accuracy of my prediction came from more than 30 years of penetrative analysis of communications phenomena, over thousands of years, across religious and secular classifications and in individual and organizational settings.
Put simply, you could say I pay really close attention to what people say and write and how they otherwise express themselves.
I work empathically with businesses, NGO’s, politicians, religious leaders, artists and others.
I help men, women and children manage the crises and capitalize on the opportunities of their various communications and education experiences – at home, school, church, mosque, synagogue, work-place and in other environments.
I use and promote a model of coherent, consistent (ethical) and therefore sustainable private and public communication based on what I call an Organic Growth Vision (OGV) or, alternately a continuum of character, promoting consistency of thought, word and deed.
I help people find inspirational communications and education solutions, rooted in their own circumstances and situations.
Clients discover and/or cultivate and refine their own communication talents by courageously confronting their unique challenges and rising above them.
Basically, I help people find their “voice”.
My own voice was recently immortalized (again) in the Encyclopedia of Caribbean Reigions, published by the University of Illinois Press.
What We Can DO (WWCD) is the title of my prospective bid to represent Norwich South as an independent candidate in the 2015 UK general elections.
Drawing on my more than 32 years’ experience as a community activist, this campaign is focusing on a number of themes, including:
A “True Labour of Love and Love of Labour” initiative. Challenging Ed Miliband and the Labour Party’s champagne socialist mockery of care workers like myself and others working on zero hour contracts.
A “Consistently Caring Conservative” initiative. Challenging David Cameron’s and the Tory Party’s silence on and/or minimization of Margaret Thatcher’s biggest mistakes – especially her maternal failings.
An “Honestly Independent” initiative. Challenging Nigel Farage and UKIP’s bigoted, socially blighting and divisive concept of what made and makes Great Britain great.
An “Organic Growth Vision” initiative. Challenging Natalie Bennett and the Green Party’s treatment of its Norfolk-based activist Nigel Sturman.
A truly free-thinking initiative. Educating current Norwich South MP Simon Wright his party leader Nick Clegg and other Liberal Democrats in the folly of trusting the opportunist, schizophrenic concept of “freedom” being pushed by many in the United States – and their Indian, Barbadian, Pakistani and other international business partners.
Have you learnt nothing from Mitt Romney’s and Surinder Kandola’s mistakes, lady and gentlemen?