activism

Derrick Broze Interview – Mexico Halts Geoengineering, #FluorideTrial & Your Impending Digital ID

Joining me today is founder and editor of The Conscious Resistance and writer for The Last American Vagabond, Derrick Broze, here to discuss the ongoing #FluorideTrial, the recent halting of geoengineering in Mexico, as well as the very important topic of digital identity and the Better Identity Coalition.  (https://www.rokfin.com/TLAVagabond) (https://www.bitchute.com/channel/24yVcta8zEjY/) Source Links: (57) Derrick Broze

Don’t Mention the War: Interview with Joan Roelofs

Clarity Press recently published Joan Roelofs’ latest contribution to the movements for peace in the United States, The Trillion Dollar Silencer (TDS). She has been a peace activist all her life and a scholar who always worked to bridge the gap between activism and academia that despite that effort seems to have widened rather than […]
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The Steppes Are Ablaze: Corruption and Protest in Mongolia

In December 2022, corruption revelations involving the state-owned Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi (ETT) mining company sparked enormous protests in Ulaanbaatar. What initially began as a backlash against an entrenched “coal mafia” snowballed into a trenchant critique of the government’s inability (and unwillingness) to provide a better future for Mongolia’s youth. Protestors told The Diplomat that suffocating […]

Right & Left to Join in DC Protest: “Not one more penny for war in Ukraine.”

On February 19, Washington, DC, will witness a protest against the war in Ukraine that marks a sharp departure from past demonstrations. The lead demand is simple and direct, “Not One More Penny for war in Ukraine.” It is a demand that emphasizes what we in the US can do to end the war, not […]
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A New Year’s Eve to Remember

“You leave fragments of your spirit here and there over the years. These pieces are glued — like barnacles on a ship — to various places, objects, people, memories, and unfinished business. Although detaching from them can be extremely difficult, detachment is a far more natural practice for your soul as well as emotions and […]
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Following Revelation of Interference by AHS Rachel Levine, Federal Judge Pushes Next Hearing in Fluoride Lawsuit to April

The fluoride lawsuit has been delayed again following the release of emails which show leadership within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services intervened in the release of a crucial study on fluoride’s toxicity. On Thursday January 10, Judge Edward Chen ruled against a six month delay, in favor of a 3 month delay, Read More...

Still Waiting for Freedom: A Review of P. Sainath’s The Last Heroes

Here’s one possible trajectory for ambitious print journalists. After making your name with aggressive reporting at a smaller newspaper, move up the ladder until you are at a top paper with a prestige beat. Go on the television talk shows to pontificate. Maybe snag a regular column. Offer analyses that seem critical but make sure […]

Martin Luther King Day: Every Day is On!

Of course, King was murdered by the Deep State on Steroids: Both the Jowers and the Wilson allegations suggest that persons other than or in addition to James Earl Ray participated in the assassination. Ray, within days of entering his guilty plea in 1969, attempted to withdraw it. Until his death in April 1998, he […]
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Sowing the Seeds for Social Change

I think it’s important to understand that the quality of the process you use to get to a place determines the ends, so when you want to build a democratic society, you have to act democratically in every way. If you want love and brotherhood, you’ve got to incorporate them as you go along, because […]
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BLM, OWS and the Folly of Street “Activism”

We begin this long and winding ode on August 7, 2012 — a classic hot-and-humid Big Apple summer day. I was taking part in a demonstration called “Occupy Saks” and I came within an eyelash of being arrested by seven cops. I’ll get to that shortly. For now, I’ll explain that the protest was ostensibly […]
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