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Think of the International Space Station: ISS: How Did the Human Mind Bring That Giant of a Plan onto Paper: The Pen. Eiffel Tower: The Pen. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: The Pen. War and Peace: The Pen. Philosophae Naturalis Principia Mathematica: The Pen. William Shakespeare: The Pen. Das Kapital: The Pen. We the People: The Pen. Magna Carta: The Pen. Pablo Neruda. The Pen. Solar Sail: The Pen.












May 08:2018

The Pen: The Most Beautiful of All Human Creations: And this, Section, The Pen, we dedicate to the Memory, Name and Works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who had achieved the highest of human accolade in using his Pen and making words magic in whose One Hundred Years of Solitude, The Treaty of Nirlandia was signed by the Colonel, not with a gun but with a Pen: The Pen. The Humanion with The Pen on May 03: 2016













These Are Fundamental and Vital Rights to Human Existence That Apply To and Protect Every Human Soul: Human Rights They Are Called: Anyone and Everyone Ought to Make Them Their Primary Concern If They Are Humans: Dave Eggers Delivers The Pen HG Wells Lecture on Digital Human Rights in London at the Bridge Theatre: December 16


|| November 18: 2018 || ά. From the Cambridge Analytica scandal to hate speech, digital privacy and data protection, there are all of huge global concerns. This year, the PEN HG Wells Lecture is being delivered by award-winning American Writer, Editor, Publisher and Philanthropist Mr Dave Eggers, who will explore digital human rights, 70 years on from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. And, here, let The Humanion points out that these days everything becomes less related to humanity and human rights, when these very fundamental rights to human existence is described as digital or online: whatever is applied as adjectives before the human rights are still fundamental rights to these very living, breathing humanity, made of a few billions spread across the earth.

Digital or online or outline or, rather, in reality these rights are our rights, we humans have these rights and they are under severe and unrelenting attacks from all over the places and at all times and this why it is vital that we stand up and speak up and do all we can to keep these rights protected and challenge wherever they are infringed and regardless of who infringe them. To fight dehumanisation is to have humanity enforced in all spheres of existence so that we behave and conduct ourselves as per the democratic cultural expectations of what are to be expected of and from all humans to behave among and between ourselves.

These days everything is becoming sloganeering and opinioneering but it is vital that people turn back and take a profound look as to what is happening in this world and why everything is heading towards a darker and lawless direction, which can not be accepted and events like this challenges this. This event is taking place on Sunday, 16 December 16 between 17:30-19:00 at the Bridge Theatre, 03 Potters Fields Park, London, SE1 2SG. Tickets: £17.50, £12.50 concessions. All ticket buyers will be entitled to a free three month digital subscription to the TLS.

The event will be introduced by leading human rights Barrister and President of English PEN, Mr Philippe Sands QC.

Dave Eggers is the author of many books, including, The Circle, A Hologram for the King, and The Monk of Mokha, covering subjects from the boundaries of technological privacy and freedom to modern migration.  He is the Founder of the independent San Francisco publisher McSweeney’s. Eggers is, also, Co-founder of the 826 National network of tutoring centres in the USA. 

The HG Wells Lecture showcases visionary writing and new thinking and is held in honour of the former PEN President. Wells' revolutionary ideas set out in The Rights of Man influenced the development of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. He, also, foresaw the creation of the worldwide web, most notably, in a series of talks and essays entitled World Brain.

Caption: Dave Eggers: Image: English PEN:::ω.

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In Support of Investigative Journalism: Unite So to Ensure The Pen Is Neither Bent Nor Broken: The Humanion Demands the Immediate Lifting of the Threat of Legal Action Against Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey




|| September 04: 2018: National Union of Journalist UK News || ά. Dear Colleague at the National Union of Journalists:NUJ or At Any Other Body of Journalists in the UK and Across the World, being a member of the organisation, editing The Humanion, I write to you, in support of a standard letter, sent to all NUJ members about the recent alarming and dangerous development in Northern Ireland, where two of our colleagues have been arrested on Friday, August 31. Any attempt to use criminal law to attack journalists for doing their job is an ABSOLUTE RED LINE; simply because journalists do not commit any crime doing their job, which is a most vital and most fundamental pillar of any democratic society: to challenge and bring to light the truth and keep the powerfuls in check. Without free and independent press, media and journalism there can not exist any democracy whatsoever.

Therefore, journalists are being attacked in this way in the United Kingdom is not acceptable and all workers of ‘The Pen, must rise and unite against such draconian measures being ‘abused’ to ‘muzzle’ the press and ‘criminalise’ workers in all forms of journalism. I urge you all to support the following letter and its call and to try your best to take the message to all colleagues because it is paramount, in this day of ‘war-on-all-fronts’ against journalists and journalism, that we all unite and stop the ever-increasing ‘encroachment’ on the freedom of the press, free media and free speech, as well as, the attempts everywhere to ‘criminalise’ journalism and journalists. It is absolutely vital that these attempts are challenged and the issues they relate to and the wider political, social and cultural spheres they impact upon are brought to the public discourse so that the public and the entire professions and agencies and bodies of journalists and, generally, all concerned with the freedom of speech, free press, fundamental freedoms, civil liberties and human rights are joining forces in creating a protective consensus to safeguard the paramount values, ideals and liberties, that have been won through long and hard historic struggles.

The NUJ Letter, that I am urging everyone to support follows this text. Please, support it yourself and let all colleagues know about it and the issues it raises. Please, support this letter and its call for unless we unite and challenge this we are heading towards a ‘Kafkaesque’ future, where there will be no one left to speak for anyone any longer and the ‘invisible, dark forces’, that Kafka painted in The Trial would no longer be fiction but reality, as we have seen, what followed ‘The Trial’ in and around Europe, particularly, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe and beyond. These are profound matters and they bring to question the very fundamental ecology of a civic and democratic society and culture and no one can ‘practice the pen’ and not feel strongly about these issues nor can anyone ‘stay’ inactive. Please, support this letter and spread its message. This is much more than Mr Trevor Birney and Mr Barry McCaffery: two journalists, whose vital works have brought them into this ‘encroachment’ of their rights to practice their profession and keep the public informed. Let them know that they are not alone and that all ‘practitioners of The Pen’ are behind them. Thank you. Munayem Mayenin: Editor of The Humanion: Member: National Union of Journalists: UK.

The NUJ-Letter: Support Investigative Journalists Under Threat: ‘’Be the arrow not the target.’’:Raymond Williams:

The arrest of journalists Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey on Friday 31 August by detectives from Durham Constabulary, supported by officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland represents an attack on investigative journalism.

The documentary, "No Stone Unturned", sheds light on the six unsolved murders in a violent attack on civilians in Loughinisland, County Down, Northern Ireland in 1994.

The film is an outstanding example of public interest journalism. The documentary raises serious questions about the police investigation into the attack.

We condemn the targeting of those who seek the truth and the attempt to criminalise media workers.

The foundation on which all confidential information is exchanged between a journalist and a source is mutual trust. The ability of journalists to act in the public interest is contingent on their ability to honour commitments made in good faith to a source of confidential information. This principle is enshrined in the NUJ’s ethical code of conduct.

The highest level of protection, under international law, must be afforded to journalists in respect of privacy in their communications and in respect to the right to protect confidential sources of information received and published in the public interest.

The NUJ has strongly condemned the arrest of Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey, in violation of their rights under the European Convention of Human Rights and was gravely concerned by the manner of their detention and the implication for investigative journalism in Northern Ireland.

We the undersigned demand the immediate lifting of the threat of legal action against Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey.

We further demand that the police authorities and prosecutors give due recognition to the right of journalists to protect confidential sources of information, with particular reference to Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

We support the campaign by the NUJ in defence of Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey, to whom we extend our support and solidarity.


If, you want to add your name to this public statement and petition of support, then, please, sign and return by email: endthreat at 

Alternatively, you can post it to the NUJ, Spencer House, Spencer Row, Dublin 1, DO1 R9T8.

National Union of Journalists UK is based at 72 Acton Street: London WC1X 9NB: 0207 843 3700: email: info atω.

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English PEN’s Brave New Voices Project and the BBC Proms: The Ten Pieces Prom Performance to Be Broadcast on BBC Radio Three: July 29




|| July 23: 2018 || ά. On Sunday, July 29, a group of participants in English PEN’s Brave New Voices outreach project, all pupils at the Capital City Academy in Willesden will perform a special piece of poetry as part of the Ten Pieces Prom. The Ten Pieces Prom will be performed at 13:00, Prom 19 and 17:00, Prom 20 on the day.

The performances will be broadcast live on BBC Radio Three. The poem was written by young participants from refugee backgrounds, in collaboration with Writer and Brave New Voices Co-ordinator Ms Rosemary Harris and Translator Ms Alice Guthrie, in partnership with Salusbury World.

English PEN's outreach programme is a crucial pillar of its work to promote literary diversity and give meaning to the opening lines of the PEN Charter that 'Literature knows no frontiers'. And this is because the human mind:soul:brain:will does not know any frontier to begin with so that whatever it creates it resonates and mirrors this  boundlessness, the world and world humanity have not yet caught up with this infinity of humanity as yet.

Brave New Voices introduces established poets to young people with a migrant or refugee background living in the UK. Participants are encouraged to create new work, that reflects their aspirations and experiences.

‘’We are thrilled to have been invited by the BBC to showcase the work of our Brave New Voices project and to collaborate with Capital City Academy and Salusbury World in creating this new, culturally significant work. We are, also extremely grateful to the John Lyon's Charity and the Limbourne Trust for funding the Brave New Voices project.’’ said Ms Antonia Byatt, the Director of English PEN. :::ω.

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The English PEN Invites Everyone to Gather Round the PEN Ackerley Prize 2018 in London: July 10



|| July 04: 2018 || ά. The English PEN has announced that all three authors shortlisted for the PEN Ackerley Prize 2018 are to be joining together for a special prize-giving event, taking place on Tuesday, July 10 at 19:00-20:15. The three authors contending for the Prize are Mr Richard Beard, Ms Maggie O’Farrell and Ms Victoria Whitworth.

The PEN Ackerley Prize is awarded annually to a literary autobiography of excellence and is the only UK prize solely dedicated to memoir. Mr Richard Beard for The Day That Went Missing: Harvill Secker, Ms Maggie O’Farrell for I Am, I Am, I Am: Tinder Press and Ms Victoria Whitworth for Swimming with Seals: Head of Zeus. The Prize-giving event is taking place at the Free Word Centre in London. The Centre is based at 60 Farringdon Road, EC1R 3GA.

They are expected to discuss their memoirs with the Chair of the Judges of the Prize Mr Peter Parker, before the winner of the 2018 prize is announced.

The gathering will be able to join the event for this celebratory event to hear more about the work of these three great writers. Copies of the shortlisted books will be available to purchase on the night.

Tickets to the PEN Ackerley Prize 2018 are £08.00 and include a free glass of wine. Members of English PEN, may, attend for the discounted price of £05.00 by using the discount code PENMEMBER at the Free Word online box office.

Joe Randolph Ackerley, 1896-1967, was an Author and long-time Literary Editor of The Listener Magazine. The J. R. Ackerley Prize was endowed by his sister Nancy in his memory.

Mr Peter Parker is the Author of Housman Country, The Last Veteran, The Old Lie: The Great War and the Public-School Ethos and biographies of J. R. Ackerley and Christopher Isherwood. He is an Advisory Editor of The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, and has written about books, painting, architecture and gardening for a wide variety of newspapers and magazines.

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It Is Always In The Light Of The Pen Where Resides Humanity's Future: For Woman: For Man


|| March 08: 2018: The Humanion Pen || ά. It is always the light: against the dark: It is an ever-growing vine of light against the trellis of the darkness: And this beautiful light and this awe-inspiring darkness are the magnificent duality of this Universe in which all beauty and all truth are sung and our origin, our practice, being and doing and becoming, our learning and creating and giving and forwarding and our destination is and can not but be this light: And with this light we fight the monstrosities of the evils, that always threaten the very existence of humanity and these evils are rising and sharpening their claws and millions and millions of people, human beings across the earth are falling willingly into their laps. But the world and the world humanity can not but rise to face these challenges for, if, we, fail, Hitlers and Mussolinis and countless others like them are going to run and devastate, all we have: the very core of all human values and all diversity of humanity are the most targeted of things by these dark forces. But it is always the light, with which must we rise to make a stand and fight.

And it is always the Pen: It is always the light of the thought: It is always the architecture of reason by and with which these thoughts are constructed. It is always the Nile of creation: flowing in the ink of light: light equates to enlightenment, only which can lift us out of fear, paranoia and absolute phobia, prejudice, hatred, xenophobia and all other related hatred, misogyny and masochism: only enlightenment can make us see and become free of these and reach a state of liberty: It is the Pen: It is always the Pen: On March 08: 2018, as we celebrate The Woman: let us remind the world, that is 'hell-bent' on going backward and all parts of the world are now turned around and they all are being 'misled' towards this backwardness: that it is the light we should be headed and not the darkness but these so called leaders and their parties and groups and all the rest are making people believe humanity should head to the darkness! All, that we have achieved, are now facing 'termination' and the whole humanity is facing a desperately lawless present and future.

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And, these are real: it is happening everywhere in Europe, in the Americas, in Asia and in Africa and Australasia and everywhere it is, as, if, humanity has reached a state of 'absolute carnage', of 'absolute slaughter': all, that has been achieved, particularly, over the last few centuries and enhanced and codified and enshrined into laws, practices and cultures, now face 'utter and absolute' destruction'. Law, international law, rule of law, rights, human rights, woman's rights, child's rights and so on and so forth, all are now being thrown into the bonfire of ignorance. Look at China turning back: look at Russia: it has not only turned back but, also, now is living in the past and feeding monstrosities in blood and carnage: in America the people have been cut out of the American constitution: In Africa, the same line of destructive divisions, warmongering, hatred and conflicts: In Asia hatred has been rising and rising: Japan has turned backward speaking jingoism: Australasia has not been much better and they have turned backward, as well: In South America they have turned backward: In Europe fascism and nazism are back with a vengeance and, what is chilling is this that it has ceased to shock people. Fascism, nazism, racism has become 'normal'. All this put together and, still we see the world has amassed the largest possible funds to support and maintain hundreds of millions of people-worth of armies across the earth and across nations and under whom an unfathomable and absolutely obscene amount of money is being wasted while the entire world, most of all, the so called advanced world are becoming 'glorified squalors', where poverty is literally 'dissecting', the greater part of any population and these desperation are tearing hundreds of millions of human lives across the earth. 

Why should all this be part of the Celebration of The Woman: Well, what are the women in Yemen are doing? What are the Rohingya Women doing? What are the women in Syria doing? What are the women in pccupied territories of Palestine doing? What are the women of America doing, where a great majority of women are accepted as second class citizens? What are the women in Ireland doing, where they are still treated as 'state owned objects' so that they must act, as, if, their bodies are owned by the state: if, they fail, they should be punished: What are the women in Russian rural societies doing, where they have laws allowing their husbands to 'chastise' their wives? What are the women doing being trafficked as commodities? What are the women doing being abused and bought and sold in refugee camps in Libya and other places? What are the women doing being enslaved in very many modern slavery, including, hundreds of millions across the world, who are married to 'a life time of enforced matrimonial economic slavery'? What are the African young women doing, who have neither education nor any prospects of ever getting into employment and they are being 'passed around in the abuse-route' so that they can have 'material existence'? What are the women doing, who are under paid? What are the women doing, where their employers think they have a right to ask the women whether they were or planning to be pregnant? What are countless number of women around the world doing, who are being violated, abused, beaten and many pay with their lives? This can go on for a few years, if, we keep at it! Therefore, women's rights and celebrating women is not a task, that we can take as, if, we are having a portion of fish and chips: This is a political fight: This is a political philosophical fight: This is a political economical fight: This is a sociological fight: This is a cultural fight: And, no, it can not be done by wearing t-shirts and expressing opinions in the distorteddia arena!

This task is not just for women: This task in not just for men: it is a task for both men and women: Because they both are humans and together form humanity and they must work together and fight together to achieve liberty for all so that everyone is equal. And in this fight education and learning is the way to go: Those, who think just expressing opinions and using clichés and taughtologies they can bring about any social change, are utterly mistaken. Education is the light with which to acquire the power to change lives: One's life and others' lives. Women's lives and men's lives: boys' lives and girls' lives. Education is the only way one can seek to change the culture in Russian rural areas so that people did not accept the treatment of women by beating them up! And, this is not just happening in Russia but in many many parts of the world, even, in the advanced economies. Only education can make human souls rise above the low state of existence, that is such that makes people fall victims of all sorts of horrors and sociological evils. This is a political and philosophical and economical and sociological and cultural fight. Let us commit to this fight and look at the serious, vital and fundamental issues at stake. Yes, it is a dangerous world but in this dangerous world we have achieved much and must we keep going, keeping focus and not get distracted and hijacked by pseudo-social-crocodiling', where everyone is making money by 'selling' women's rights and this and the other. We need more women like Dr Angela Merkels: We need more MPs and Congress Women and Female Senators, more in leadership positions but for this, again, education is a must: For becoming a Congress Woman or an MP or a Leader of political movement, one can not but do the hardest of task: not just education will do: Farther and more determined and more sustained and more committed and continual work are a must and, an absolute commitment to serve the public good: Expressing hollow opinions and feeding hatred and hostility are not things, that advance women's empowerment. More women in all fields of politics, economics, sociology, law and judiciary and areas of policy-leading, as well as, advancing women's education, particularly, higher and further education: in all fields of sciences and mathematics and engineering and all other discipline of studies.

And, the final point, is this: those, who seem to suddenly promote a view, as, if, women's rights and empowerment are women's things and that women have men as enemies are utterly wrong and dangerously misguided. Let us make this point: we can not have a sphere without two halves. And one would say, well, there are two halves in it so what: But looking at these two halves one can not but see that, despite, being and appearing and doing the same task: Filling the half of a sphere, these two halves are not the same: for the Southern Hemisphere faces the Northern Hemisphere or Eastern faces Western: So that they can not be said to be the same: We have to reverse the Southern Hemisphere so that it becomes Northern Hemisphere to face the Southern side. This is how woman and man are making humanity: Imagine, a woman and a man, facing each other and you can see that these are two, apparently, same thing, except some specific physiological differences, are not the the same? Well, here is the paradox: they are same but they are not the same at the same time: for what is the difference between a right hand and a left: They are the same and they are not the same at the same time: the woman is made by reversing the man or the man is made by reversing a woman: So that it is, as, if, humanity has been given this astonishing double-power so that an Emma stands facing south and a John stands facing north and this way, together, they can see the opposite sides and opposite perspectives, that neither Emma nor John can do alone. But this gives them both the power to unite the 390 degree view into a one view, that they both can now generate. In terms of this similarities between man and woman: if, we, imagine, any other people looking at Emma and John standing from far they would conclude that they were looking at two human beings: while, if, we, imagine other animals looking at this couple, they would describe them as 'humans' and, then, may, add that they are of two sorts. These are not things, issues, ideas and concepts, that can be 'catch phrased' into 'news items': These require study, thinking, contemplating, learning and developing oneselves: Here, again, we come back to the light: To the Pen: It is always the Pen: It is always the light: Let there be light today on all women and girls in England, in Wales, in Northern Ireland and in Scotland and in the whole of the United Kingdom and across Europe and across the world. The views expressed in this piece can be called Humanical views, which are part of humanics. Let there be light. ω.

Whatever Your Field of Work and Wherever in the World You are, Please, Make a Choice to Do All You Can to Seek and Demand the End of Death Penalty For It is Your Business What is Done in Your Name. The Law That Makes Humans Take Part in Taking Human Lives and That Permits and Kills Human Lives is No Law. It is the Rule of the Jungle Where Law Does Not Exist. The Humanion

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The Pen: The Most Beautiful of Human Creations

Here, Professor Volker Liebig, Director of Earth Observation Programmes, ESA, and Mrs. Roxana Radvan, Deputy of the General Director, National Institute of Research and Development for Optoelectronics, INOE, Romania, signed the Romanian MULTIPLY airborne contract, on October 14, 2014, at ESA Headquarters in Paris. The Pen: Signature of the Romanian MULTIPLY airborne contract: Released 14:10:2014 5:33 pm: Image: ESA–N. Imbert-Vier, 2014

|| May 03: 2016 || ά. This is our newest section, The Pen, which we think, is the Most Beautiful of All Human Creations. Here, we would publish photographs and other pieces, of humanity using that pen to show how beautiful it looks: a human holding a pen to put a signature to a piece of paper, to begin writing the assignment, or inking out that poem that is still inside the head or to draw a butterfly or a formula or a diagram of something that did not yet exist or drawing out a trajectory or draft diagram of a building or a sketch: simply, a mind that is poised to write and the body holds the pen and the human mind is lost in the thought of how to begin: contrasting that with the sheer ugliness of the guns and violence that we have in the world because part of us simply forgot and keep forgetting to look and see the magnificence of the pen.

Prof. Volker Liebig, Director of Earth Observation Programmes, ESA, and Mrs. Roxana Radvan, Deputy of the General Director, National Institute of Research and Development for Optoelectronics, INOE, Romania, signed the Romanian MULTIPLY airborne contract, on 14 October 2014, at ESA Headquarters in Paris. Signature of the Romanian MULTIPLY airborne contract: Released 14/10/2014 5:33 pm: Copyright ESA–N. Imbert-Vier, 2014

And, yet, those who worship guns cannot find a SINGLE instance in Human History where guns had achieved peace but all the fighting and wars always  ended with a Pen putting the signature on a peace treaty. And this, Section, The Pen, we dedicate to the Memory, Name and Works of Gabriel Garcia Marquez who had achieved the highest of human accolade in using his Pen and making words magic in whose One Hundred Years of Solitude, The Treaty of Nirlandia was signed by the Colonel, not with a gun but with a Pen: The Pen. ω.

 Signature of Romanian MULTIPLY airborne contract: The contract to develop a novel airborne multiwavelength high spectral resolution lidar was signed by Roxana Radvan, the Deputy General-Director of Romania’s National Institute for Research and Development in Optoelectronics. The ceremony took place at ESA headquarters in Paris on 14 October 2014. Released 14/10/2014 5:33 pm: Copyright ESA–N. Imbert-Vier, 2014


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