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Subject: Re-Sending. Re: Philosopher
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2013 14:25:12 +0000
Dear Mr. Rob McPherson,
Thank You for being so kind as to afford me the opportunity to express myself at some length.
I would be most interested in sharing my perspective/opinions/observations/ideas through Demos.
That said; as an independent, Free-Thinking, Philosopher of Ethics...and of other things related...I am rather eccentric in my style and manner of general communication.
You might find a few morsels of ' The Infinity Society ' ( 1988 - 2008 ) throughout the Internet.
Unlike most Philosophers past and present I enjoy being Creatively Artistic, hence my YouTube Channel ( see link below ). I am sure you will be able to intelligently dissociate my eccentricities from my more practical communicational abilities.
Possible Topics of Interest to Demos ( that I might write about ):
- Democracy and Individualism: How Representative Democracies Have Failed Individualists and Why The Lack of Individualists is Harmful to the Overall Interests of Democracies in General.
- How & Why The UK Has Failed to Properly Inform Its Citizens About The Necessity of A Properly Functional European Union, and How Europhobia contributes to EU Dysfunctionality.
- Reactionary Economic Policies As Part of Idiocratic Social Engineering Agendas.
- Functional Democracies vs. Dysfunctional Quasi-Democracies: What's At Stake.
At the end of each of my contributions would appear the following:
John Firtree is the Pen Name of Jean-Pierre Ady Fenyo, an Autodidactic Philosopher of Ethics who would like to establish a demographic basis of support that would allow him to run for the upcoming European Parliamentary Elections in 2014. He is an EU national who has resided in the UK since 2008 and would like to represent the interests of all Europeans, especially those of non-British EU nationals residing in the UK, and of Central & Eastern Europeans in particular. His book, "The Most Important Thought", published in 2004, is highly prized among certain top intellectual circles. In late 1980s Mr. Fenyo became famous in New York City for conducting Philosophical sessions in public as The Original New York City Free Advice Man. He was written-up in The New Yorker magazine in 1987, and was part of the Lower Manhattan 80s Arts Scene ( Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Ira Cohen, Allen Ginsberg, Amiri Baraka etc.).
His YouTube Channel is http://www.youtube.com/TheFreeAdviceMan
( Jean-Pierre Ady Fenyo )
07-910-699-740 ( London Mobile )