People of courage

Courage is contagious. As more people speak out and turn against the tide of lies and deceit, the easier it becomes to stand up and speak truth to power. We should be grateful to all those who've blazed (and are blazing) a trail for us to follow, without whom we wouldn't know what we need to know.

Peeling back the layers of secrecy behind Bilderberg takes persistence, courage and, where possible, a dialogue with power.

Koç pops up at Bilderberg: could this be the year to let it all hang out? by Charlie Skelton
I’ve extended the hand of friendship to one of the group’s most prominent members – now what’s called for is some public exposure

Challenge to authority is occasionally found within the establishment itself, in spite of the incentives and penalties to discourage truth telling. One can take issue with some of the assumptions and conclusions drawn in this next video but one cannot deny the authenticity of the threat to our civilisation and humanity. Agenda 21 is yet another lever of power, not necessarily the main objective.

Oppression is evident in debt slavery and the victimisation of the poor and vulnerable; it is embedded in our culture and even our architecture.

Anti-homeless spikes: ‘Sleeping rough opened my eyes to the city’s barbed cruelty’ by Alex Andreou
The spikes installed outside Selfridges in Manchester are the latest front in the spread of ‘defensive architecture’. Is such open hostility towards the destitute making all our lives uglier?

To stand against the current political economy is to stand up for humanity and the most vulnerable in society. If we ensure everyone is looked after, we have nothing to fear ourselves.

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