You’re going to be getting the instalments of this new newsletter, for free, in your inbox. I hope it’s helpful—I’m aware you’ve got enough to read, and I don’t want to add unnecessarily to the pile. So I’ll try not to abuse the privilege of being connected.
You don’t need to pay to subscribe—this is a crisis, information is important, and everyone should be able to get it.
But to be honest I hope you will give a little. After years of being effectively homeless - sleeping under a library desk and in PhD rooms at King’s College, then on the floor of XR offices, and in the spare room of supporters - myself and my partner Frieda are now in a permanently rented flat. It is a space in which to organise the coming revolution: to engage fully with the global media, and advise and organise mobilisations around the world. It is absolutely perfect. But I need money to afford it.
By donating you will enable me to get on with the vital work I am doing and give me the resources not just to support myself, but also other people who are stepping up. I am completely committed to living on the minimum income and will give any surplus to the cause. This is how I have always lived and I am not going to change now.
If you decide to pay the toll, a couple of perks come your way too like copies of my book.
Anyway, I’m glad you’re here, and on we go!
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