In conversation with Leiko Uchiyama, Master Felter
Please enjoy the experience and perspectives of Leiko Uchimaya who has generously shared them in this conversation.
Meeting Ms Uchiyama for the first time, we were welcomed in to her felt workshop, an old farm shed in the foothills of Mount Leinster, where we quickly set up the kit and started recording. Her views are straight, honest and enlightening, revealing great courage in recognising one’s own life journey despite the distractions presented by modern life.
Although we did not dwell on her craft, you can see examples of her work and explore courses at www.leikofelt.com. Thank you.
…part of the problem is that we think its about the election. It’s not. It’s simple. He betrayed a US citizen. He connived with the head of state of a foreign country against a US citizen. Could’ve been anyone. Could be you, one day, Mitch. No, it’s not good. I don’t want to be in that gang, whoever they are whatever they stand for. Lethal.
Of course Mitch knows his gang’s days are numbered. And that’s why he’s twisting it for all it’s worth. He’s old. Maybe he’ll last a decade or so. But that’s the maximum widow in which system breakdown will result in chaos.
America is only one example of where system transition is burgeoning to break out.
People like Mitch choose how it happens. He’s chosen the volatile path. People put up with the boot on their neck up to a point. And the inmates outnumber the wardens, Mitch.
So if you want to do the right thing the right way, point out that The Impeachment Story is not about politics, not about the upcoming Presidential election.
No. It’s not about that.
It’s simple. He betrayed a US citizen. He connived with the head of state of a foreign country against a US citizen. Could’ve been anyone. Could be you, one day, Mitch. No, it’s not good. I don’t want to be in that gang, whoever they are whatever they stand for. Lethal.
And there are loads of people like that around the world dividing one against another. They are lethal. And they are dividing us all with violent rhetoric.
We could choose another path. But we haven’t so far. And the signs have been thick and strong since 4 April 1968.
Time for you to change course, dear reader? Even if the system hasn’t, yet.