On the 23rd of February just outside of Brunswick, Georgia, Ahmaud Arbery was fatally shot and killed by 64-year-old retired officer, George McMichael and his 34-year-old son, Travis McMichael. Continue reading The fearmongering around Ahmaud Arbery’s tragic death is hurting the African American community
Jobs are important. They provide purpose, goals and structure. Our modern capitalist society rewards people for thinking of others, as monetary gain doesn’t simply come from thinking about ones self. Not only are they lifelines to provide physical amenities but they help you meet people, forge friendships and develop skills. Even those jobs deemed ‘dead-end’ jobs are enjoyed by many because of companionships that are formed and purpose it brings. Continue reading We need to begin reopening the country! – A personal anecdote for a loss of purpose
We’re probably sick to death of the eleven letter word on our screens, in our conversations and ruining our lives. But for a particular group of mostly economically ‘progressive’ individuals, it’s the saving grace for society and the opportunity for a complete communistic overhaul of all of our classical institutions and fundamental way of life in the west. Continue reading Coronavirus is just the thing Neo-Marxists are looking for
No country contained the outbreak better than South-Korea. Limiting there spread to just under 10,000 total cases, they managed to contain it to the Daegu region, with help from their contingency plan and red-tape deregulation’s in the wake of their terrible SARS outbreak, which hit the nation hard. Continue reading Is the cure worse than the disease for Coronavirus?
Italy is in a really sticky spot to put it mildly. With the oldest population in Europe, a tight-knit family-first culture and a popular tourist destination, COVID-19 has been ripping through the country, so far claiming the lives of over 20,000 Italians. Continue reading ‘Italeave’ is coming – So is the fall of EU
Many questions are yet to be answered in the wake of such an outbreak. Were we prepared? Did we need to lock down? What’s the best way to shield the economy in the future? These are some of the trivial debates that commentators and politicians will be stewing over in the coming months. Continue reading 3 things that the Covid-19 pandemic will force us to think about
The Young Turks (TYT) hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian among others have gone after reasonable foreign policy in the wake of a spike in Coronavirus related deaths in Iran. Continue reading ‘Progressive’ network – The Young Turks – show once again why they hate their country
I speak for many when when I say “I love women”. International women’s day is, in essence, a day to appreciate the ladies in your life. However, scratching beneath the surface of the day for many radical 3rd wave feminists out there, it’s a springboard to annoying political activism and male-bashing. Continue reading International Women’s Day and new Feminism: Why they’re a load of Sh*t
Joe Biden smoked the competition in the South Carolina primary’s. For a man seemingly fluttering in-and-out of consciousness on debate stages and making more political flops than a fish out of water – the long time moderate favourite, ‘sleepy Joe’ has pulled an astounding victory out of his backside. Continue reading Why Joe Biden’s victory in South Carolina was needed to hault Bernie Sanders’ “progressivism”.
The Labour party leadership campaign sees four unique individuals jostling for the leadership position. Things have already begun to heat up with Keir Starmer seemingly covering his flank from Rebecca Long-Bailey by skewing ‘further left’ on his policy pledges during the most recent hustings in Cardiff. What Labour may or may not realise is that they are stuck between a rock and a hard place … Continue reading Labour is in trouble – no matter who they pick as their leader.
Diversity. The word we’re told we need. The word we’re told to accept, encourage, and explore and rightly so! Yet still, amongst the latest justified outrage over the unlawful killing of George Floyd and the under-sentencing of Derrick Shauvin, the veil has been lifted on the marked assault on intellectual diversity. Continue reading The Forgotten Blacks – How an emerging conformist ideology is leaving allies behind
Shocking footage emerged of four police officers ‘arresting’ 46-year-old George Floyd from Minneapolis; one of them can be seen kneeling on his neck and crushing his airways in the damning video clip. This has set Twitter and social media ablaze with controversy and has firmly re-ignited the police brutality debate which, has seemingly become a bi-monthly occurrence these days. Continue reading The death of George Floyd is a true tragedy – but let’s not let hysteria fuel this dangerous narrative
As we’re approaching the tail end of the virus outbreak now, the claws are out as a new wave of politicization nears its peak. Amongst the fallout of the recent Dominic Cummings scandal, his excursion trips up to Durham is the perfect cover (at least temporarily) to mask the dismal performance in Britain’s care homes. Continue reading The Conservative government’s failure of Britain’s care homes
Many emotions sting, divide, confuse and can leave you incapacitated; unable to do things you would normally enjoy on any given day. However, no other emotion is as destructive to the human cognitive psyche than guilt. Continue reading Why guilt is the most self-destructive emotional response
With home secretary, Priti Patel and the rest of the Conservative party getting lambasted by the left over their latest House of Commons victory of the resurged immigration bill, it’s prompted the middle class ‘remainiac’ crowd to go on the attack. Continue reading Middle class elitism rears its ugly head over the latest immigration bill
Everyone has some mental health issues or personal problems in their cognitive processes – no matter how radiant your friend’s social media accounts are with positivity. All of us have some form of insecurity, anger, anxiety or detrimental character trait we’d rather not have. It’s about how you gear yourself up to tackle the challenge of acceptance, planning and implementation of a cognitive program that dictates whether you’ll be happy in the long run. Continue reading Breaking the cycle – Confronting your mental health issues head on