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 age old debate of where government responsibility ends and where personal responsibility takes hold is more rife than ever. With the pushing of egalitarian policy, to the demanding of government to fix our media and healthcare. Where is the limit? Continue reading The west is riddled with a ‘Blame culture’ that’s causing the rise of ‘Nanny state’ policy
Ahhh, the Brit awards. Not only is it time to show off our diverse range of talent and award them for their artistic creativity, but a time to celebrate our unified culture and embracing all backgrounds. However, as with every significant award ceremony, it has to turn political. Continue reading The Brits: Why Dave and Stormzy’s political narrative actually hurts blacks people
The sincerely tragic death of Love Island presenter Caroline Flack, has rocked the UK. The passing of the reality mogul has sparked controversy on the future of the show as well as government intervention on cyber bullying and the legitimacy of the British tabloid press also being called into question. Continue reading The death of Caroline Flack: What happens now?
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.
With the latest wave of capitalism targeted aggression running rife after the DAVOS climate conference, the attitudes towards socialism are swinging and momentum has been gathering for the cause. Continue reading Climate change – Why blaming capitalism isn’t right