Challenge Your Doctor

We can stop mass vaccination at the point of delivery, locally, irrespective of the machinations of regional, national and global power. A few days ago, I posted an article on Resist Global Governance Locally in which I explained my withholding of 2/3rds of Council Tax demanded. I went on to share an image of what … Read more

Work-In-Progress

The evolution of Critical Thinking’s evidence based narrative continues here at outersite.org. It is co-creative research and analysis in action. Currently, innovative thinking about money is taking shape and this article documents some of the understanding arrived at so far. In 2017, the Islamic Economics Journal of King Abdulaziz University requested and published Critical Thinking’s … Read more

Resist Global Governance Locally

As I suggested, in the recent article on Protest and Principled Pragmatism, the political economy will not respond to protest, nor will it deliver justice. It is founded on criminal principles and can only deliver the ideology of destruction. To understand why requires exploring the political economy afresh, without preconceptions or prejudices. The foundations of … Read more

Compliance Is A Choice

You are invited to exempt yourself from mask wearing. Even by the government. Face coverings: when to wear one, exemptions, and how to make your own Under the Equality Act 2010, your employer cannot compel you to wear a mask Nor can shops and businesses refuse you service…. Masks are a stepping stone to compliance … Read more

Protest and Principled Pragmatism

Having attended the Trafalgar Square, London rally on 29th August 2020 and yesterday’s event for the first couple of hours and having watched the Ruptly.TV livestream of both yesterday and the 19th September event which I didn’t attend, I’ve been reflecting on the effectiveness of protest. Turning out to show the world that there are … Read more

Freedom is Responsibility

Do those who clamour for freedom really want it? Do we know what freedom means? Freedom is responsibility for ourselves and each other, i.e. the necessity to ensure the means to life for all and to resolve conflicts and competing imperatives without recourse to arbitrary power in the form of “authority”. Are we ready for … Read more

Idiocracy Exposed

Listen to Max Igan; he articulates what more and more people are recognising: “COVID is an intelligence test” and if we’ve “passed” the test, we have a choice to make. WHAT ARE YOU SO AFRAID OF? [YOU WERE BORN FOR THIS] — Max IganTruth teller Max Igan joins me to discuss that which shall not … Read more

Is Mandatory Vaccination Unstoppable?

The UK government is “consulting” on the introduction of mandatory vaccination against COVID-19. The consultation is here and the deadline for responses is tomorrow, 18th September 2020:https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/distributing-vaccines-and-treatments-for-covid-19-and-flu My response is here:https://www.outersite.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/VaccinationConsultation.pdf Feel free to plagiarise! This consultation is a cosmetic exercise that may serve multiple purposes: To create a list of the awkward squad to … Read more

Road to Slavery

Today marks the 19th anniversary of the outbreak of World War Three (WWIII). As suggested recently, this war, like the first and second world wars, is different from any war we’ve known before. The first world war was on an unprecedented scale and the second world war involved targeting civilian populations for the first time … Read more

More Chaos is Coming

If COVID-19 was the beginning of the current round of planned chaos (arguably, everything stems from 11th September 2001, with the trigger of the “New Pearl Harbour” anticipated by the Project for the New American Century – PNAC), the 2020 US Presidential election will likely accelerate the chaos in order to complete the plans for … Read more

Contributions from David Graeber

David Graeber is no longer with us in the flesh. Anthropologist David Graeber, the man behind ‘We are the 99%’ slogan, dead at 59An anthropology professor at London School of Economics, Graeber was known for his books criticizing and deconstructing the capitalist system, including ‘Debt: the First 5000 Years,’ ‘Bulls*** Jobs: a Theory,’ and ‘The … Read more