Meant to be an antidote to the narrow government/corporate narrative found in the mainstream media, The Most Revolutionary Act publishes daily articles.

Author of The Most Revolutionary Act: Memory of an American Refugee (purchase link), I’m a retired psychiatrist and 40+ year community activist working for social change. In 2002, I closed my private Seattle practice after 15 years of intense government harassment to begin a new life in New Zealand.

My personal experiences would eerily foreshadow the exponential explansion of the US intelligence state after 9-11. Any activist over fifty will tell you that the US government has targeted dissidents, whistleblowers and activists as far back as World War I with illegal wire taps, surveillance, break-ins, false imprisonment and covert assassination. Ironically all these previously illegal activities are now totally legal under The 2001 Patriot Act and the National Defense Authorization Act.

Here in New Zealand, my main focus is working to break down the artificial right/left silos the powers-that-be have consigned us to through my involvement in Voices for Freedom. The latter is a growing vaccine choice movement drawing hundreds of new members a day from across the political spectrum.

Enjoy.

Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall


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Stuart Bramhall
"The most revolutionary act is a clear view of the world as it really is" - Rosa Luxemburg