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Martin Geddes shares with us his reflections on where we are, how we (and he) came to be here, what it means for "we the people" as banks collapse around us and the future has never seemed less certain.

"Yet people all over are organising peacefully to hold power to account, and to push back"

"I am feeling an affection for my own country that is rooted in the ordinary people around me, often doing poorly rewarded work"

" ... there is a solidarity among those who labour away, and they are the backbone of the patriot movement, even if they would not use the term"

Quite so.

We look forward in calm trepidation .