FRANNY ARMSTRONG AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH
Armstrong directed McLibel, a documentary about the prosecution of a postman and a gardener by McDonalds for libel. The synopsis for the film states
McLibel is not just about hamburgers. It is about the importance of freedom of speech now that multinational corporations are more powerful than countries.
Yet what do we see in No Pressure? Schoolchildren blown up for simply having an opposing view to the school teacher!
The multinational corporations that she refers to are indeed more powerful than countries. And if she took a closer look she would find that some of her partners in her quest for green tyranny are very closely linked to those same multinational corporations, some of whom have a very bloody history.
For example, take 2degrees, listed on the 10:10 website as a partner. A partner of 2degrees is IBM, who processed the Jews for the Nazis on their IBM Hollerith machines.
But then again perhaps the tyranny as proposed in No Pressure suggests that IBM and 10:10 could form a congenial relationship, with 10:10 demanding the eradication of climate sceptics and their intolerable free speech while IBM implements the technology to carry out that eradication.
But the classic is The Club of Rome. How Armstrong has never heard of them and realised how she and the whole green movement are being used to implement world government and mass genocide is beyond me.