The Forgotten Blacks – How an emerging conformist ideology is leaving allies behind

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

The death of George Floyd is a true tragedy – but let’s not let hysteria fuel this dangerous narrative

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

The Conservative government’s failure of Britain’s care homes

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

Middle class elitism rears its ugly head over the latest immigration bill

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

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We need to begin reopening the country! – A personal anecdote for a loss of purpose

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

COVID-19 has triggered the debate for Universal Basic Income – but is it the way forward?

30 million in the USA. 6.5 million in the UK. Over a million in Spain. 195 million projected worldwide. I’m talking about job loss and almost all of them have or will have been lost due to the spread of the novel Coronavirus. Continue reading COVID-19 has triggered the debate for Universal Basic Income – but is it the way forward?