La Montagne, the Order of Mont, or the Mont Order, is a multinational society interested in influencing politics and international relations.

Thursday, 26 March 2020

Changes to Mont Order social media, websites

As part of a reorganisation, significant changes have been made to some elements of Mont Order websites and social media. You may no longer recognise them. The deletion of some unfortunate and neglected elements of the society's online presence will follow. Some portions of the presence will be gone, others scaled back, and others renamed or upgraded to be more useful to members of the society. The name or brand of the group isn't important and never was. The purpose of this society isn't about generating attention, traffic or profit (one reason this website is free of ads). In fact, the use of different names for the group should be encouraged wherever possible. The exact extent of the changes can be seen by searching through Mont Order links and media. The goal of all such updates is to make our individual members more successful. In this case, the goal is pursued by making the group and its name less 'distracting' for readers who should instead read the works of our members. By decreasing the visibility of the Mont Order society itself, the society's future activity should instead draw more traffic to the individuals it most aims to promote. This better meets the Order's aim - to benefit those who participate.

Saturday, 15 June 2019

Mont Order 2019 conference notes

Participants of the Mont Order society talked in an international conference call on 9 June 2019.

"Research papers" related to the Mont Order are occasionally posted to the below website/label after the annual discussions. Our shared interests encourage criticism of US-Western supremacist and imperial global governance structures and culprits.

Monday, 10 June 2019

Mont Order discussion took place on 9 June 2019

A Mont Order annual conference call took place with 5 members calling in from North America, Europe and Asia on 9 June 2019. Issues we talked about included the state of online media and the censorship of dissidents - a concern to Mont members. The audio media itself is not available for publication in whole or in part this year, as it was not recorded. A document with some of the more detailed positions we agreed upon may appear anyway. The discussion was friendly, and there have been no substantial changes to the group or any announcements.

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Sunday, 14 April 2019

The Mont Order condemns the arrest of Julian Assange in real-time

Mont Order members on social media reacted with contempt to the arbitrary arrest of dissident publisher Julian Assange in the British puppet regime on 11 April 2019. No-one in the Order appears to have reacted positively to the arrest, demonstrating the Mont view on the matter unambiguously. We regard this as a clear example of repression targeted at individuals who expose the crimes of the US state.

See the shared Mont Order views on the arrest in a Twitter "moment" with this link:

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Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Social networks seen as a dead end for dissidents in new L'Ordre article (@LOrdreNet)

There was a time when the internet was an experiment in anarchy, but it is increasingly becoming an experiment in "stateness", meaning police-order. 

Read the full article at Dissident Voice:

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