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.
Rusere Shoniwa dissects the claims of The Daily Sceptic’s anonymous IT reporter that CBDCs will safeguard our liberty and finds his/her supporting arguments wanting.
Rusere Shoniwa examines the Israel-Palestine conflict’s role in accelerating the Great Reset and criticises the response of other anti-lockdown groups/publishing outfits for endorsing the warring ambitions of the globalist cabal they claim to oppose.
Rusere Shoniwa sets out the importance of context in considering the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
In Part 2 of his exploration of the geo-engineering phenomenon, Rusere Shoniwa examines the moral culpability of its perpetrators in the context of a broader pattern of terror unleashed on populations by agents of global capital. Originally published on A Plague on Both Houses.
Rusere Shoniwa interviews David Fleming of the newly launched political project The Independent Alliance and summarises the contents of their pro national sovereignty manifesto.
In this article, Chris Rea takes aim at the People’s Assembly for their failure to move past a ‘lifted from 2019’ anti-austerity program, despite the intervening political lurch towards a bio fascist state and mass grassroots rebellion against it.
In this piece Phil Shannon excoriates Covid obsessed and establishment narrative adhering ‘progressives’ for divorcing themselves from the interests of working class labour, and offers advice on how best to deal with such ‘new normal’ nominal leftists.
Debbie Hicks (Keep it Cash) recounts the progress made in campaigning to increase cash use via street activism.
In this piece Bert Olivier explores the value of suffering: both for the individual, and as a catalyst for progress towards real democracy, drawing his inspiration from the Bildungsroman or ‘coming of age’ genre of novel.