by Paul Cudenec It has been eight years now since I left England to come and live in France. A lot has happened back in the UK since then (not least the whole Brexit pantomime), but the period has been a dramatic one here as well, as I will set out. Moreover, with hindsight, what … Continue reading The French resistance will prevail
Something quite remarkable is happening in France, as we pointed out a couple of weeks ago. Since then, opposition to the vaccine passports being imposed for everyday life has swollen to a phenomenal extent. On Saturday July 31 massive numbers took to the streets in some 200 towns and cities across the country. There were … Continue reading Historic day of resistance in France
"The people have woken up - at last!" declared local Gilet Jaune rebel Michelle as she watched the vast crowds assembling on the main square of Montpellier in southern France. She has been involved with the Yellow Vest movement since the very start of the popular revolt against the Macron regime in November 2018. Two … Continue reading France rises up against the new fascism
Emergency demonstrations were held in towns and cities across France on Wednesday July 14, 2021, as the state went full-fascist in imposing bio-security dictatorship. In a televised address on Monday evening President Emmanuel Macron announced that "vaccination" was to be compulsory for all health workers and that, furthermore, "vaccine passports" were to be required for … Continue reading Liberté! Résistance! A photo-report from France
by Paul Cudenec Suffocating artifice "The power attached to the money" Who's getting paid? A network of global funders Rose Longhurst Isis Amlak Sophie Pritchard Connecting the dots The implications The future 1. Suffocating artifice “There remains nothing, in culture or in nature, which has not been transformed, and polluted, according to the means and … Continue reading Controlling the left: the impact edgenda
Introduction Blair and Brown's banker Financial services for the poor Meet the impact gang! Saving capitalism Privatising government Problems and solutions The fascist model Freed from regulations Profits before people 1. Introduction Social impact investing is at the heart of the Great Reset. It reduces human beings to the status of potential investments, sources of … Continue reading Ronald Cohen, impact capitalism and the Great Reset
by Paul Cudenec The only good thing to have come out of recent nightmarish months is that a lot of people have had to think seriously about the way they see the world. I have not been exempt from this phenomenon, of course, and have been forced by circumstance into serious bouts of ideological soul-searching, … Continue reading Dismantling tyranny
by Paul Cudenec Rob Hopkins (pictured above) has become one of the iconic figures of the environmental movement, not just in the UK but throughout the world. “There’s no one on earth who’s just done more stuff – and inspired more doing – than Rob Hopkins,” as one admirer has put it. He started the Transition … Continue reading Rob Hopkins: transition to what?
A hugely important exposé of the Great Reset, aka the Fourth Industrial Revolution, has been published by our fellow campaigner Cory Morningstar on the Wrong Kind of Green website.
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