Born in Durban, South Africa, in 1942, Paul Caplan has spent 46 years in the construction and engineering industries where he witnessed the brutish cynicism of businessmen, politicians, trade unionists, government officials and the legal system.
He saw the frustration of the police and the pandemonium in the personal lives of his employees.
Active in party politics, he witnessed the ignorance and apathy of voters and taxpayers.
The financial collapse of 2008 convinced him that the Church and Synagogue represent the only hope of turning things around, but they are currently paralyzed.
But if the scriptures are correct, they will not be paralyzed for much longer, and the resurgence will be astounding.