A lot of people demand to be taken seriously but that doesn't mean that we should automatically defer to them. Paul Rosenberg explains how the folks who can be trusted as those who understand that suffering for righteousness is what makes a person legit.
If you need an example of what real courage looks like in our time, Jennifer Sey's story is a perfect example. She explains how she was Levi's brand president and had to quit to be free to speak.
Canada's political class appears to be rolling the dice on their current clampdown on truckers and others seeking relief from government oppression. Tim O'Brien has a timely lesson for them regarding Newton, the Third Law of Motion, and Canadian truckers.
It's ironic that the same people who have spent years calling for the workers of the world to unite are now terrified to see those workers unite in the name of freedom. Adam Mill spells out the reasons why they're so afraid of the truckers who are defying the parasitic class.
Part of being a wrongthinker means being willing to question the "official story" rather than trust that the ruling class is looking out for our interests. Caitlin Johnstone does a masterful job of explaining the official story and why it's so often disconnected from reality.
Geopolitics can be impossibly complicated. Having said that, the Z-man has a great summary of the bigger picture and why reality always wins.
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