We have the freedom to create a radically unprecedented world, including changing our ideas about how money, power, and wealth function.
It has now been eighteen years since the Iraq invasion, and I’m still not done raging about it. Nobody should be.
Until dismantling the current propaganda engine becomes something we focus on achieving, none of the more favorable agendas that benefit us will ever come to pass.
Caitlin Johnstone points out, during these unprecedented times, unprecedented things can happen and we can create a healthier world together.
Caitlin Johnstone suggests that you reject cliques and be your own revolution; attack the machine wherever you detect a weak point in its armor.
Caitlin Johnstone has a dream that all artists everywhere dedicate their powers in service of humanity, and walk away from any jobs that peddle or protect evildoing.
The court stopping the extradition of Julian Assange seems like a win, but he’s not free; nor is he out of the woods.
The Brereton inquiry has revealed the wanton murder and subsequent cover-up of unarmed civilians, as well as the complete lack of official oversight.
Caitlin Johnstone highlights what Americans actually voted against in record numbers: not against Trump, but against abuse from mass media.
Caitlin Johnstone applies the literary folktale The Emperor’s New Clothes and reframes it for today’s times, a time when illegitimate arguments and irrelevant points abound.