Can Peace Ever Come? My Interview with a 'Very Dangerous Man': Donald Reeves

"Imagination is central to both the art and the practice of conflict transformation and peace building because it draws on the possibilities of giving birth to something new." - Donald Reeves

Called a "very dangerous man" by Margaret Thatcher, and a "visionary with attitude" by Jack Dee, Donald Reeves is a cult figure in religious and political circles. The former Rector of St James' Piccadilly, he's a man of action and vision who lives out his religious belief through political activity and struggle.

This is my interview with him, from the Spring of 2010 at Exeter's One Vision gathering, which attacks 'pacification' and the reduction of people to dots and numbers thanks to the horror of management speak and the market.



See also: https://renegadeinc.com/donald-reeves-on-england/

And: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/belief/2011/aug/05/grassroots-movement-to-tackle-islamophobia

First recorded and published on www.traydio.com