Why Disrupt the Public as we face the Final Death Project | Roger Hallam | 4 November 2022



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"We have to act quickly. What we do in the next three to four years will determine the future of humanity" Sir David King, former chief scientific advisor to the UK government, in 2021.

We have been told the lie that in a democracy public disruption is anti democratic - it's the opposite. When a society faces moral and social collapse it is the only thing that can save democracy. We have been told you should only disrupt the government and business. Wrong. Society in a democracy belongs it's public and the public is responsible for society.

Public disruption at the end of the world is the only way a society can transform itself - through rage, then dialogue and then collective resolution. It was always the way in the past and it is the same today.

Roger Hallam outlines what it takes to wake society up, before we lose everything we love.
Nothing is more important. Nothing.

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