History remembers Mohandas Gandhi’s nonviolent resistance campaigns as one of the great episodes of the past century, which struck a decisive blow against British imperialism.
A century later, the organisational innovations behind Gandhi’s movement offer many lessons for contemporary freedom movements seeking to transform society.
Anti-lockdown protesters have marched in major Australian cities, calling for an end to ongoing restrictions, media deception and anti-democratic government control.
Powerful scenes show crowds stretching as far as the eye can see, with an estimated 40,000 people turning out in Sydney and Melbourne alone for peaceful rallies.
Powerful scenes were witnessed on the streets of Melbourne overnight, just hours before the city entered its fifth lockdown, as angry protesters marched through the CBD.
Concerned citizens filled Melbourne’s CBD from around 7pm to oppose the new snap lockdown, in a city that has already seen too many restrictions.
NSW authorities believe the current lockdown may be extended for weeks to come yet, despite the fact that not a single case has ever been transmitted outdoors in the state.
The techno-fascist Australian establishment desperately needs a dose of factual realism.
To individuate is to self-realise with the aim of moving toward psychological wholeness. A radical self-acceptance is needed to achieve this.
When adopted and practiced, individuation as a method of self-development offers many benefits over following the well-worn paths of conformity.