Sophie Cooke outlines the evolution of corruption in the polity, from the PPP model introduced in the early 1990s to the rise of vast global investment firms like Blackrock, and their influence on decision-making.
Rusere Shoniwa reports on the Bank of Englands underwhelming responses to his freedom of Information requests on responses to the June 23 CBDC consultation.
Chris Rea lays out his vision for the Freedom Movement during the current military crises; a new form of anti-war activism that focuses relentlessly on the financial interests at the apex of the pyramid.
Bert Olivier discusses where Vladimir Putin’s loyalties might lie: is it with the WEF, or with the people in this provocative piece.
Najm Al-Dīn argues the genocide in Gaza has economic as well as political goals. By causing a new supply crisis it hastens the shift towards a “circular ” economy controlled from the centre by corporations, and in the longer term Israel may intend to turn Gaza into a new trade corridor to supplant the Suez canal and guarantee its place as a global power.
Chris Rea surveys the landscape of the Freedom movement at the close of 2023 and issues a stirring call to action for the year ahead.
Rusere Shoniwa sets out the latest news regarding the medical scandal that is the ‘Covid protective’ MRNA injections and questions whether a ‘sea change in vaccine consciousness’ has occurred amongst the public. Originally published on A Plague On Both Houses.
In Part 2 of his 2 part series, Rusere Shoniwa explains why Britain has not been colonised by 2nd generation immigrants and discusses whether ‘White British culture’ is a red herring in staving off the Great Reset and whether cultural homogeneity is a laudable aim for the freedom minded.
Rusere Shoniwa examines the role Israel’s financial interest in accessing natural resources in Gaza is playing in it’s current campaign of ethnic cleansing.