Call to people who are not subjected to repression, either because they have a social status that puts them above repression, or because they live in a territory that respects democracy and freedom of opinion.

Industrial and financial strength, greed and corruption have turned against the people in more than 20 countries on all continents. They can never have enough and will not give in to anything. They use forces that are supposed to protect the population from the population.

Political figures, army and police you have a duty to promote democracy:
Article 35 declaration of the rights of man and citizen of 1793:
“When the government violates the rights of the people, insurrection is, for the people and for each portion of the people, the most sacred of rights and the most indispensable of duties.”

This is not a general invitation to take personal risks. This is addressed first and foremost, and explicitly, to the military (officers and soldiers) and the police calling on them to respect the soldier’s code which places the public interest above the government, and also to anyone who can still exercise their influence (celebrities, scientists, business leaders, people close to power, YouTuber, artists, journalists, foreigners…).

French Revolution was won by 15,000 people and General De Gaulle leaded 600 men who had joined him in London.

In France, the petitions have brutally found very few petitioners since Saturday, December 29, 2018, after the government arrested petitioners and Facebook group members on the pretext of rebellion.
Those who can sign them and exercise their rights are of paramount importance. They are needed because their compatriots can no longer exercise their right to demonstrate or petition. The repression is more than excessive.

We need a powerful and impartial arbitrator. The UN could be that arbiter.

We also need good speeches and beautiful images, scientists, YouTubers, artists, celebrities, journalists, advertisers, etc., go to you pencils.

If you are lucky enough to be protected by your status or country, you have a duty to use it in a time as serious as this.

L’ONU interdit à la France l’usage des grenades et lanceurs de balles car cette violence d’Etat dissuade les gens de manifester pacifiquement.

Rights of ‘gilets jaunes’ protesters in France, ‘disproportionately curtailed’, say UN independent experts | UN News


“The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed.”

Heaven For Everyone – Queen

This could be heaven
This could be heaven
This could be heaven
This could be heaven
This could be heaven for everyone

In these days of cool reflection (reflection)
You come to me and everything seems alright
In these days of cold affections
You sit by me and everything’s fine

This could be heaven for everyone
This world could be fed, this world could be fun
This could be heaven for everyone
This world could be free, this world could be one

In this world of cool deception
Just your smile can smooth my ride
These troubled days of cruel rejection, hmm
You come to me, soothe my troubled mind

Yeah, this could be heaven for everyone
This world could be fed, (yeah) this world could be fun
This should be love for everyone, yeah
This world should be free, (yeah) this world could be one
We should bring love to our daughters and sons
Love, love, love, this could be heaven for everyone
You know that
This could be heaven for everyone, yea he he he woo
This could be heaven for everyone

Courage is found in unlikely places. Many are the strange chances of the world, and help oft shall come from the hands of the weak when the Wise falter. If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.

JRR Tolkien – The Lord of the Rings (and The Silmarillion appendix)

The same companies can’t get enough of our money; they poison us with their food (that we buy more and more because of the craving feeling it creates) and poison our democracy by corrupting politicians and scientists to make their poison legal. Thus craving for more and more money.

– How Big Business Got Brazil Hooked on Junk Food – The New York Times:

These 10 Companies Control The World’s Food – Huffington Post:

What you can do – Oxfam, Behind the brands:

– Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health – Marion Nesle :

Food is toxic when you can’t stop.

‘Ultra-processed’ products now half of all UK family food purchases – The Guardian:


Fiddler on the roof – If I were a rich man :

The Rolling Stones – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction:

Netflix – Rotten: