Fiat Justitia

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Lawrence Lessig

American Academic Activist Lawrence Lessig (born 1961-) balances academic insider advantages through tenure at Harvard with support for individual rights, internet freedom and activism against corporate oligarchy capture. Source of Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace and Code Is Law - On Liberty in Cyberspace by…

Aaron Swartz

Aaron Swartz (born 8-Nov-1986) was a computer programming prodigy and activist who played an instrumental role in the campaign for a free and open Internet and used technology to fight social, corporate and political injustices. He died of suicide on 11th January 2013.

"In late 2010, Aaron Swartz


Anthony Russo

Anthony Russo (October 14, 1936–August 6, 2008) was an American researcher who assisted Daniel Ellsberg, his friend and former colleague at the RAND Corporation, in copying the Pentagon Papers.

Anthony Russo was one of only four Americans charged under the Espionage Act 1917. Russo (with Daniel Ellsberg) was…


Adolph Reed Jr

Adolph Reed Jr (Born 14-Jan-1947 in New Orleans, LA) is an American professor emeritus of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, specialising in studies of issues of racism and U.S. politics. He has taught at Yale, Northwestern, and the New School for Social Research and he has written on…


Jessica Reznicek

Jessica Reznicek (born 25-Jul-1981) is a climate activist from Iowa, originally a member of the Catholic Worker Movement. She was sentenced as a domestic terrorist on 29th June 2021 to eight years in federal prison for a series of attacks (to property) on the Dakota Access Pipeline. Reznicek,…

Robert F Kennedy

Robert F Kennedy (20th November 1925-6th June 1968) was the 42-year-old younger brother of assassinated President John F. Kennedy. He served as Attorney General 1961–1964 and was elected to the Senate (D-NY) in 1964. At the time of his assassination, Sen. Kennedy had just won the 1968 Democratic…


Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky (born 7-Dec-1928) is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, social critic, and political activist. Sometimes called "the father of modern linguistics", Chomsky is a major figure in analytic philosophy and one of the founders of the field of cognitive science.

Since the late 1960s Chomsky…


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23 rebels

1 / 23   Aaron Maté

Canadian journalist and reporter for The Grayzone. He is a former Democracy Now! producer and contributor to The Nation and Real Clear Politics. He hosts the show Pushback with Aaron Mate on The Grayzone with regular videos on YouTube.


2 / 23   Alan Macleod of the Clan Macleod

Journalist and former academic who specilizes in propaganda, fake news, media criticism and Latin America. First book, "Bad News From Venezuela: Twenty Years of Fake News and Misreporting" was published in 2017. His latest book, "The Propaganda Model in the Information Age: Still Manufacturing Consent" will be published in 2019. Alan Macleod is Senior Staff Writer at MintPress News and contributes to media criticism website Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting.

3 / 23   Alec Resnick

4 / 23   Arturo Filastò | Andrew (Bunnie) Huang

5 / 23   Bayard Rustin

African American leader Bayard Rustin (1912-1987) was a major figure in social movements for civil rights, socialism, nonviolence, and gay rights. Bayard Rustin was a central influence in the March on Washington Movement, in 1941 to press for an end to racial discrimination in employment. He began as a genuine and effective activist but many say the last 10-15 years of his life was spent serving the plutocracy - as many famous dissenters before and after Rustin have been coopted to do. See: Adolph Reed Jr article From Black Power to Black Establishment (28-Apr-2020) | Antiracism: A Neoliberal Alternative To A Left (22-May-2018) | Louis Proyect: Thoughts on Bayard Rustin Nostalgia (17-Jul-2020) | Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin | Debate with Malcolm X (Nov-1960) | The Tragedy of Bayard Rustin (23-May-2018)


6 / 23   Binoy Kampmark

Professor at RMIT University (Australia) Binoy Kampmark contributor to Dissident Voice Org and other outlier fiat justitia outlets.


7 / 23   Bret Weinstein

Evolutionary biologist, victim of "woke" cancellation and host of the sceptical anti-institution Dark Horse podcast with his wife and fellow biologist Heather Heying.


8 / 23   Briahna Joy Gray

Former press coordinator for Bernie Sanders, practical results-oriented honest social activist and host of Bad Faith podcast on YouTube, Patreon and other podcast platforms.


9 / 23   Cole Stangler

American Paris-based bilingual French/English journalist (born 4-Oct-1990) writing about labour and politics. Former staff writer at International Business Times and In These Times, he has also published work in VICE, the Nation, and the Village Voice. Homepage is and @colestangler on Twitter. See also Jacobin Articles.


10 / 23   Hamish McKenzie

Cofounder of the Substack platform and writer from New Zealand who lives in San Francisco. Previously worked for Tesla and Kik (social media) in communications, with journalism, technology and social (civic rights) background.

  • Hamish McKenzie Homepage | @hamishmckenzie Twitter
  • Video Coming To Substack (Jan-2022)
  • What does Freedom of Speech mean to you?
  • Hamish McKenzie at Climate One from The Commonwealth Club
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    11 / 23   Heather Heying

    Evolutionary biologist, victim of "woke" cancellation and host of the sceptical anti-institution Dark Horse podcast with her husband and fellow biologist Bret Weinstein.


    12 / 23   Jacqueline Luqman

    Lifelong activist based in Washington, DC on community-level issues as well as regional and national that impact working-class, poor, and oppressed people in the US and abroad, Jacquelin Luqman is a member of the Black Alliance for Peace, Pan-African Community Action, is a supporter of several other grassroots radical Black-focused and led organisations. Contributor to The Real News Network and Black Power Media. Co-host of By Any Means Necessary on Radio Sputnik, a daily show that analyses current political and social events through an anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist, radical Black internationalist tradition and lens.


    13 / 23   Jimmy Dore

    American stand-up comedian and political commentator. Jimmy Dore (born 26-Jul-1965) is a comedian and host of The Jimmy Dore Show, an uncompromising socialist-left anti-corruption political comedy talk show on YouTube where he interviews guests of a political, economic, or scientific nature.


    14 / 23   John Campbell

    PhD nurse-lecturer and YouTube content producer throughout pandemic, daily examination of latest data and studies. Popular YouTube channel Dr John Campbell with over 1.2 million subscribers.


    15 / 23   John Taylor Gatto

    American investigative journalist, John Taylor Gatto (1935-2018) exposed the underbelly of many nationally prominent myths. Examples: NATURALCHILD.ORG article | John Gatto Wikipedia article | Confederacy of Dunces article in The Sun magazine | John Taylor Gatto Blog | Smart Home Schooler Site entry on John Taylor Gatto


    16 / 23   Jonathan Cook

    British journalist. He was based in Nazareth, Israel, for 20 years. He returned to the UK in 2021. Author of three books on the Israel-Palestine conflict: Blood and Religion: The Unmasking of the Jewish State (2006), Israel and the Clash of Civilisations: Iraq, Iran and the Plan to Remake the Middle East (2008), Disappearing Palestine: Israel’s Experiments in Human Despair (2008). Jonathan Cook Blog and 2009 report “Israel brings Gaza entry restrictions to West Bank“ voted one of the most important stories censored of the year. Contributed to many mainstream centre-left and liberal publications. Consultant to International Crisis Group, a leading think-tank based in Washington and Brussels dealing with conflict resolution. Twitter at @Jonathan_K_Cook. English journalist and writer with regular Substack Column and personal website covering various books and other content. Writes on Popular Resistance and Project Censored especially on civil liberties.


    17 / 23   Ken Klippenstein

    American journalist working in Washington DC at The Intercept. Ken Klippenstein (born 1-Feb-1988) was the DC Correspondent at The Nation prior to joining The Intercept and, before that, a senior investigative reporter for the online corporate-news program The Young Turks.


    18 / 23   Kevin Gosztola | Rania Khalek

    Rania Khalek (born 27-May-1986) is a leftist Lebanese American writer and political activist. She has written for politically progressive/left wing publications, including The Nation, The Intercept, Al Jazeera, Salon, Vice, AlterNet, Mondoweiss, and Truthout. Hosted podcasts Shadowproof and the pro-Palestine Electronic Intifada.

    Kevin Gosztola (born 10-Mar-1988) is an American journalist known for work on whistleblowers cases, WikiLeaks, national security, and civil liberties. He is managing editor of Shadowproof, where he writes The Dissenter. Gosztola covered the court-martial of Chelsea Manning the case of John Kiriakou, and the extradition of Julian Assange. Since 2014, Gosztola has co-hosted, with Rania Khalek, the podcast Unauthorized Disclosure.

    NOTE: Rania Khalek Wikipedia versus Kevin Gosztola Wikipedia re the difference between an establishment hit piece on the brown woman (Rania) versus the kind, respectful tone of the entry for the sweet white boy (Kevin). Motivation presumably the pro-Palestine, anti-Israel reportage.


    19 / 23   Marc Munroe Dion

    Award-winning veteran reporter and Pulitzer Prize-nominated newspaper columnist — Marc Munroe Dion (born 1950s) is an old-school newsman who fell out of a Frank Capra movie, complete with pipe and fedora. Born in the struggling former cotton mill town of Fall River, Mass., Dion's sense of humour sounds more like a barroom than a newsroom, and his political observations are more concerned with issues than political parties. Dion’s column, "Living and Dion" appeared in The Herald News for 24 years. His long-running WSAR radio show was closed down in May 2021 and he was forced out of the Herald, moving to the Falls River Reporter in 2018. First column: "Maybe It's Us".

    See also Marc Dion page on website. Dion is a litmus of bigger picture erosion of American society.


    20 / 23   Max Blumenthal

    American journalist, author, blogger, and filmmaker. He is a regular contributor to Sputnik and RT. Editor in chief of The Grayzone anti-establishment abuse of power zine.


    21 / 23   Nikolai Bezroukov

    Russian academic and covert agent Nikolai Bezroukov is based in Germany and, through public facing content, prosecutes excellent anti-Neoliberal (less excellent) pro-Russian affairs. Host of the Soft Panorama website.


    22 / 23   Pascal Robert

    Black militant socialist and all around good fellow. Regular contributor to Black Agenda Report. See also "The Great Awokening" on YouTube.


    23 / 23   Robert Cox

    British journalist and formerly editor of the Buenos Aires Herald, exposed the crimes of the neoliberal government of Argentina and its persecution of reporters. Forced out of Argentina after family death threats, settled in the United States. Suckered by Russiagate, sadly. See Wikipedia on Robert Cox and Article Index at the Buenos Aires Herald.

  • Officialitis Reprisals and Useful Idiots - Robert Cox
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    2 anti-capitalists

    1 / 2   Global South: Communists

    Nicholas Maduro of Venezuala

    Evo Morales of Bolivia

    Miguel Diaz-Canel of Cuba


    2 / 2   Global South: Socialists

  • Marielle Franco (born Marielle Francisco da Silva, 27 July 1979 – 14 March 2018) was a Brazilian politician, sociologist, feminist, socialist and human rights activist. City councillor of the Municipal Chamber of Rio de Janeiro for the Socialism and Liberty Party (PSOL) from January 2017 until her assassination by agents of the Bolsonaro right-wing opposition.
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    13 recorded inhumanities

    1 / 13   American Healthcare: Surprise Billing Grift

    2 / 13   Biohealth Patents: TRIPS

    3 / 13   Canadian Corporate State

    4 / 13   Global Health: AIDS and Patent Wars

    5 / 13   Global Health: US AIDS Policy

    6 / 13   Nationalism: European Union

    7 / 13   Pfizer - Bextra

    8 / 13   Pfizer - Big Pharma - Corporate Crime

    9 / 13   Pfizer - BioNtech - EU Vaccine Apartheid

    10 / 13   Pfizer - Lobbying

    11 / 13   Prison Industrial Complex: Corporate Slave Labour

    12 / 13   Purdue Pharma - Sackler Family Crime

    13 / 13   The Physician's Pledge - Finite Resources Medical Triage

  • THE PHYSICIAN'S PLEDGE (1948) [9-Jul-2018]
  • Finite Resources and Medical Triage (Apr-1979)
  • American Medical Association: Routine Universal Immunization of Physicians for Vaccine-Preventable Disease (2010)
  • The next pandemic: anticipating an overwhelmed health care system (Oct-2005)
  • The Open-Air Treatment of PANDEMIC INFLUENZA (8-Jul-2008)
  • NHS reels as flu epidemic bites: Spike in hospital admissions, GPs overwhelmed, half a million calls to helpline...and worse to come (8-Jan-2018)
  • Hospitals Overwhelmed by Flu Patients Are Treating Them in Tents (18-Jan-2018)
  • Flu drives hospitals into 'war zone' conditions: Tents on the street in California, 'state of emergency' in Alabama, and Boston is using GATORADE to plug shortage of IV drips (18-Jan-2018)
  • Influenza Epidemic Has Hospitals Pulling Out 'Surge' Tents to Make Extra Space for Flu Patients (7-Feb-2018)
  • Operational stresses on New York City Health+Hospitals Health System frontline hospitals during the 2017-18 influenza season (23-Aug-2019)
  • AMA Code of Medical Ethics: Guidance in a pandemic (14-Apr-2020)
  • Ethics of sharing medical knowledge with the community: is the physician responsible for medical outreach during a pandemic? (Nov-2020)
  • COVID-19, Moral Conflict, Distress, and Dying Alone (9-Nov-2020)
  • Allocation of intensive care resources during an infectious disease outbreak: a rapid review to inform practice (18-Dec-2020)
  • Understanding Ethical and Legal Obligations in a Pandemic: A Taxonomy of "Duty" for Health Practitioners (Dec-2020)
  • Collateral Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Acute Care of Non-COVID Patients: An Internet-based Survey of Critical Care and Emergency Personnel (Apr-2021)
  • The Ethical Unjustifications of COVID-19 Triage Committees (Dec-2021)
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