Peter Rose

Peter Rose

Collections of "my" vocal essays with additions, are available as printed books ASIN 197680615 and 1980878536 also some fictional works and some e books available at Amazon;-

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  • Peter Rose
    Published 3 days ago
    Have governments kept up with the digital age?

    Have governments kept up with the digital age?

    Have governments kept up with the digital revolution? Are we all still governed by ”pen and paper” administrations, while living in the digital age?
  • Peter Rose
    Published 12 days ago
    Protest,terrorism and democracy

    Protest,terrorism and democracy

    Protests, terrorism and democracy Protest is legitimate in a democracy. Democracy allows for dissent and allows the expression of dissent, but when the protests turn violent, against people, police or property; have they become acts of terrorism? Terrorism is not to be tolerated in democracy, since it aims to forcibly overturn democratic governance.
  • Peter Rose
    Published 15 days ago
    American politics from a distance

    American politics from a distance

    American politics from a distance One view of how foreigners see American politics. America is a great nation, its people seem to have a collective energy and a general belief in their nation that is most admirable, they do not seem to have succumbed to the cynicism and pessimism that engulfs Europe.
  • Peter Rose
    Published 21 days ago
    Do we need to know

    Do we need to know

    Do we need to know? Separating politics from celebrity. Have we the right to know every detail of any celebrity or politicians life? What matters about a politician is not the same as what matters about a celebrity. Or is it? In both cases what really matters is how they perform at their chosen career. What matters to a vocalist is how well they sing. What matters to a politician is how well they make decisions. Of course there are now celebrities famous for being famous, apparently making fortunes out of being “in the public awareness” just being a celebrity is almost a profession but even these are treated as if every utterance matters. Why?
  • Peter Rose
    Published 28 days ago
    Waiting to be told

    Waiting to be told

    Waiting to be told- Information overload has political consequences. People in democracies are subjected to information saturation; the political reality of this is that the majority of voters have stopped being sceptical, they have stopped asking questions. Even the most necessary questions. Opinions which are repeated and “loudly” proclaimed, are often generally accepted as truth, until some one else makes equally loud and repeated denials.
  • Peter Rose
    Published about a month ago
    The political consequences of confusion.

    The political consequences of confusion.

    - The political consequences of confusion. Thoughts on corona-virus pandemic October 2020 This is a world wide event that causing problems at every level of society, governments and governed; leisure and business. Searching daily for information and facts that can be verified, shows that confusion, misinformation and governmental policy changes are as endemic as the virus.