By The Corbett Report Leigh Vossen and Sheldon Munroe of Students Against Mandates join us today to discuss their organization, how and why it was formed, and how it is working to lift the mandates and restrictions on students across Canada and to make sure that those mandates are never imposed again. SHOW NOTES Students Against Mandates website Canadian university … [Read more...] about Students Against Mandates — “Solutions Watch” with James Corbett
Building Local Resilience: How Communities Can Thrive Through Revolution and Ecological Collapse
By Tony Geren My name is Tony and I am a musician and community activist in the Grand Rapids, MI area. In 2013 I became obsessed with activism after studying the ways that the global elite orchestrate conflict and invest in all forms of slavery. I saw how 9/11 gave birth to the war on terror, leading to larger conflicts with Iran, Russia and China. I learned how our … [Read more...] about Building Local Resilience: How Communities Can Thrive Through Revolution and Ecological Collapse
What Does It Mean to be Activated?
By The Conscious Resistance Derrick Broze reflects on The Greater Reset Activation and asks what it means to be activated. ? Watch on Bitchute / Odysee / Hive / Flote / Minds Visit The Greater Reset to see the full replays of the event HERE. Join Derrick Broze’s Daily News on Telegram: https://t.me/dbrozenews The Conscious Resistance Network is an independent … [Read more...] about What Does It Mean to be Activated?
New Mobile Game Revolutionizes Storytelling by Challenging Authority
By John Vibes Mobile devices have become one of the most popular ways to play games in recent years because of how accessible they are to so many people. Lots of mobile content has very fun gameplay, along with good design and graphics, but thought-provoking stories can be hard to come by. Over the past year, I have been working with a team of writers and developers to … [Read more...] about New Mobile Game Revolutionizes Storytelling by Challenging Authority
Helping San Francisco’s Homeless One Individual at a Time
By Max Gulker “Something must be done about the homeless.” That refrain seems to be the only thing people agree upon with respect to San Francisco’s tragic and intractable homelessness crisis. The city has lurched between the progressive and sometimes tolerant-to-a-fault policies for which it is known and periods of what reads and looks like urban warfare, encampments … [Read more...] about Helping San Francisco’s Homeless One Individual at a Time
Rap Superstar Akon Creates World’s First “Crypto City” in Africa to Fight Controlled Economy
By Matt Agorist While many other rappers in the hip hop world use their spare time and money to pose for photos with large amounts of cash while degrading women, rap superstar and Senegal transplant Akon is using his fame and changing the world. In 2018, he began a solar investment program in Sierra Leone to bring thousands of solar powered lights and traffic lights to the … [Read more...] about Rap Superstar Akon Creates World’s First “Crypto City” in Africa to Fight Controlled Economy
200,000 People Have Signed Ross Ulbricht’s Clemency Petition
By Jamie Redman Ross Ulbricht is forced to spend the rest of his life in prison, and October 1 marked the beginning of his seventh year behind bars. Ulbricht has recently authored a letter explaining that he’s “forgotten what freedom actually feels like” and he’s also realized that he lost some of the “best years of his life.” Meanwhile, Ulbricht’s clemency petition has been … [Read more...] about 200,000 People Have Signed Ross Ulbricht’s Clemency Petition