An Interview Of Alfred Gluecksmann.

Lest we forget: the “other side” of wars. Instead of our addiction to violence and destruction, this is the side we should seek to know about, to understand, to “feel” so we can be empowered to give up on the violence we cling to though knowing it has never once solved any of our social problems as a civilization. We stand, once more on the brink of global war with the hawks waving the switch connected to their nuclear arsenal, an arsenal that is less and less of a deterrent and more of a double-dare you to push the button. Read this synopsis of Alfred Gluecksmann. Think about it then, as Jerry says, “Peace!”

THE ONENESS of HUMANITY

By Jerry Alatalo

r. Alfred Gluecksmann, editor at Argentum Post here on WordPress, was kindly willing to take part in a short question and answer interview after we made the request. This is the first published interview here at The Oneness of Humanity, and we wish to do many more with men and women from across the Earth. Any readers wishing to participate in an interview and sharing thoughts can simply let us know, and we’ll easily make the arrangements.

Thank you Alfred for contributing your thoughts in the following words.


Question 1…) What was your primary motivation for entering the world of blogging on the worldwide web – on the internet?

This one requires the most comprehensive reply, but I shall be as succinct as possible.​

As the son of parents who were declared stateless and who escaped the Nazi crimes against the humanity of Jews and others…

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10 thoughts on “An Interview Of Alfred Gluecksmann.

    1. Sha'Tara Post author

      Thanks, Mary (these comments seem awfully liquid and flow to whomever they feel like. I wonder if Roger likes being called Mary?

      Reply
      1. Woebegone but Hopeful

        Does not compute…..bzzzz….does not compute……bzzzz….. you are using human logic…..system overload…….bzzzz 😁

      2. Woebegone but Hopeful

        That was a direct quote from my 1990s experiences of the UK Civil Service computer systems. It was its response to any important work request ‘System Overload. Repeat in Two Minutes’……arrgh!

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