Talking about a revolution? You serious? Well, yes.

Hi, my name is Patrick Chalmers and this is the public face of my efforts to contribute something to the development of real democracy at the local, national and global levels of our society.

I am 41 years old, was born in Scotland and am living in France having left a staff reporting job with the Reuters news agency in April 2005.

What revolution do I mean? The one needed to transform our existing democracies into something worthy of that name.

And what talking? Basically, the journalism – underpinned by the necessary honesty, integrity and humility too often missing in my trade – needed to support and nurture democratic revolution at every level of our societies.

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3 Responses to “Talking about a revolution? You serious? Well, yes.”

  1. Peter Fainton Says:

    Some of my thoughts on British democracy.


  2. paul Says:

    pls give me a ring on +44 7990 560 557. we are in the preliminary stages of discussing a weekly green column from third party sources for Reuters Life! which could pay out US$250 per item. I have mentioned you as a possible contributor. We are awaiting budget approval and I would like to have your name in there at the start if we get it. That’s providing you would be interested.

  3. Emily Sivyer Says:

    Dear Sir,
    I am a third year Media Practice student, making a short documentary about Brian Haw, and I would be really grateful if I could ask you some questions regarding the footage that you put up on YouTube. My number is 07769 675699, and my email address is also included. It’s a few questions relating to your own knowledge of Brian, and also whether the footage is your own, and how you first got interested in his protest.

    Looking forward to hearing from you,


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