All right. No other word came to mind when I wrote it and that's the term used in French - sounded good.
On the side: today I had to log on the government's web site to 'my account' to fetch some data. An hour and a half later I got a scam call, about which I read previously last year as people got scammed by this, a recorded message pretending to be the government and saying, in the 30 seconds before I hanged up, with a very serious voice, that I might be under warrant, etc. Typical of those calls, and sadly older people are falling for it.
The thing is though, logging into the government's web site, using that password sent by the government using regular letter mail along with an ID also provided in the same way, triggered this scam call. It means that some people have access to the government's system and it's most certainly not by hacking accounts. Long user ID, long password, Q/A test, that would be easy to detect for any security admin. Multiplied by thousands of account to hack in the same way. No way. Some people have another access into the government's portals and data, they know who has used the portal, they can fetch the phone number and very probably the address and everything else.
The government. Not youtube, facebook, twitter or even a bank.
Thanks for the TS link as I don't subscribe and have missed a lot. I like TS but their tone is a bit down at times and I sincerely consider that the state one is, is very important. What's bright, even joyous, that transpires a certain deep joy and balance, while very precisely criticising the 'system' is horrendous to the system. A state of depression, stress, anger (justified) and violence, the 'system' likes because it shows that the person is entangled with it, so the 'system' can fight on its own term.
It might seem contradictory. One should use violence to fight. But not necessarily. There's a way to output strong precise views, and some people are doing it, without having to use blatant violence and associated feelings. This stands the longer term of a revolution.
This morn' I was listening to the following when moving around. Rebel Wisdom. David Fuller (previously BBC, Channel 4) has a balanced view on this London Real/David Icke thing. I already was finding that Rose was overdoing it a lot to the point of smelling very funny.
Rebel Wisdom, who seemingly use to hold festivals in London, is having their next online next weekend, based on donations. I don't think I'll be able to attend, being very busy with things. They'll have excerpts later on. Online meeting presentation:
Update: I went through the schedule and there's a part by Extinction Rebellion, who were once the subject of a TS video. So currently I'm not sure about this. I do not want though to fall into the trap so many antifas and such are so much apt to, eg. to label people and groups.