Accidental Geopolitics?

Gonzalo Lira’s recent Roundtable discussion on what is happening in the Donbas region of Ukraine provides some interesting insights and alternative perspectives to the fantasies purveyed by western media. The Roundtable #35: On The Ground In The Donbas, with Liu Sivaya and Wyatt Reed (video 1 hour 55 minutes 28 seconds)A conversation with three independent … Read more

Representative Democracy Is Kakistocracy

Simple exchange money methodology cementedthe power of the few to control the many. Changing the way in which we account for transactions andrelationships between (wo)men will result in realdemocracy, i.e. self-organisation based on the principle ofpower for all people to sustain themselves and each other. This paper explores the role of money in creating the … Read more

Simple Money Kills

Money, as we know it today, is lethal. Why? Money is the currency of life and death in today’s world andthe money environment dictates our reality. For example, why do doctors lie to their patients? Many doctors are promoting potentially lethal, experimental medication to their patients because they are making between £10 and £25 per … Read more

Funding Our Own Enslavement and Destruction

I’ve not written about the “climate crisis” specifically for a while, although I’ve referred to it in the context of the COVID trojan. We’ve been funding our own imprisonment and destruction over the last 13 months, through the plunder and structural violence embedded in the false COVID narrative and the eugenicist agenda driving the war … Read more

Money and the Mob

It should be clear, to those who’ve been following the work of Critical Thinking and among the burgeoning, distributed network of co-creative research, analysis and development, that we are ruled within a criminal structure governed by money. Those who’ve yet to explore the reality of the political economy may find Critical Thinking’s paper on monetary … Read more

COVID Plunder… the People Know!

…and here are some of those “sinister individuals” *Click on any of the above images to see the two minute video COVID-19 is a symptom of the Political Economy which incentivises Plunder and Structural Violence. Awareness is growing and when enough perceptions match reality… reality will change. Many thanks to all involved who pulled off … Read more

No-One has Died from “Coronavirus”

As my Bulgarian friend Alex reminded me when he sent me the next link, there is a popular joke in medical circles: “Doctors know something but can do nothing. Surgeons can do something but know nothing. Pathologists know and can do everything!” “No one has died from the coronavirus” Important revelations shared by Dr Stoian … Read more

Sanity in a Mad World

Vernon Coleman explains the madness in his inimitable fashion. The Madness is Everywhere“…why we are all fighting our own governments which are run by politicians who want to take away our freedom and our democracy.” Consider the madness of people denying themselves nearly 20% of their Oxygen intake. US regulations mandate a minimum of 19.1% … Read more

Decentralised data

Our work at Critical Thinking focused on analysis but the time has come to act, hence the publication of our recent paper, The End of the Age of Plunder. We need to create alternatives to what is centrally provided, primarily money but then so much more. Alex, who co-authored the last two papers, has been … Read more

The End of the Age of Plunder

An Age of Possibilities Arises AbstractThe internet, distributed ledger technology and tokenisation are creating new modes of economicbehaviour and participation that threaten the centralised paradigm of fiat money and “trusted thirdparties”. These developments open possibilities for financial inclusion and economic participation foreveryone on the planet. These new opportunities will be adopted and developed by those … Read more