Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. addresses health freedom advocates gathered in Copenhagen to strategize ways to maintain human rights on a global basis. Continue reading Censorship and oppression: the threat to democracy and open debate
Are powerful state and corporate entities using the current crisis to remove basic rights, and intensify pressures to promote vaccines and surveillance? Does anyone else feel the suffocating darkness of tyranny descending on our nation? Continue reading The Brave New World of Bill Gates and Big Telecom
Do the quarantine, queues that seem like breadlines, the waiting for government bailouts/handouts, not seem like those times of economic depression and great conflict? Continue reading A Journal of the Plague Year 2020: The curious case of 5G and the virus
But all that has been explored already through fiction: none of this is new but the translation of the imagined into reality; and this conversion rate of the imaginary into actuality will accelerate. Continue reading A Journal of the Plague Year 2020: The use of the Imagination
Yet the fear generated by, and on behalf of, this ‘pandemic’ has not only eclipsed all other major long-standing causes of illness and demise: it is brainwashing many into a consciousness or mindset of fear. Continue reading A Journal of the Plague Year 2020: Preamble
Wishing you well and success in serving the highest interests of all. Continue reading Envoi (2)
by Sanjay Perera
The collective aspirations of its people go beyond the Who’s Who of Singapore and their supporters. The country also includes those who have no one in particular to speak for them. Continue reading Taking notes 66: When the political is personal and the personal is political
Wishing you well in your endeavours. Continue reading Envoi (1)
by Jeff Noonan
While there is still absolute deprivation of basic needs, this crime is not caused by lack of productive capacity, but inequality in the appropriation of natural resources and social wealth. Continue reading Freedom and de-alienated labour
by Sanjay Perera
People are led by the nose through distractions of violence that keep them wallowing in their comfort zones, and festering in their hates.
Continue reading Taking notes 65: Trump’s triumph: what more can be done?