The Hardwick Alliance for Real Ecology (HARE) was born in February 2020 at a gathering at Hardwick House on the Hardwick Estate in South Oxfordshire.
Hardwick’s owner, Sir Julian Rose, is a pioneer organic farmer who twice led UK dairy farmers to victory against government attempts to ban unpasteurised milk sales (1989/1997). It is reputed that Kenneth Grahame, author of The Wind in the Willows, based his Toad Hall on Hardwick House and Mr Toad on Julian’s great grandfather.
Justin Walker, co-founder of The New Chartist Movement (the campaigning wing of the British Constitution Group) and a keen political ecologist, participated in this event and suggested a working collaboration that would counteract the current abuses of the democratic process by upholding the practice and virtues of Common Law; putting an end to the private debt-creating central banking system; and promoting real ecology in place of the current corporatised, fear-based and lie-ridden ‘green’ version being promoted by the corporate globalists’ through their so-called ‘Green New Deal’.
This collaboration has since borne fruit, with a growing group of committed activists now joining together under the HARE banner to share skills and perceptions in counteracting the 5G roll-out and the Covid-19 multi-impositions, whilst at the same time undertaking research and activism towards the establishment of a new and genuinely Green Society that embraces a spirit-led vision of truth, justice and freedom.
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