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 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
We’ve just had one of the most historically significant elections, of all time, for many reasons. It’s been the worst election for Labour (in terms of seats scored) since 1935. It’s also been the biggest conservative majority since 1987. With this particular election being dubbed ‘The Brexit Election’ this in itself was a referendum which reflected the overwhelming public desire to quote ‘Get Brexit done’. Continue reading The General Election 2019 – What led to Labour’s spectacular failure? (Long read)
The political rhetoric used by the left wing has taken a new approach. Both in the UK and the USA, parties have been making the case for increasing taxes on the rich because ‘monster’ billionaires and ‘crony capitalists’ are responsible for wealth inequality. It is personally an assumption I have never understood. Continue reading Why attitudes about billionaires need to change in western politics (Rant)
Mr Corbyn. Hailed by many as the virtuous and morally influential saviour of our great nation. But, is he? He has also been submerged in waves of scrutiny for his socialist policies, arguably undemocratic conduct and his questionable ‘extremist’ links. Continue reading Could Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘moral’ ideas help the country? – A policy review
With big proponents of socialism, such as Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Jeremy Corbyn, rising in popularity, we can begin to question whether a ‘true socialist’ society would be mutually beneficial to everyone. The idea of financial equality and prosperity across the board with a, more or less, eliminated poverty line sounds absolutely fantastic, doesn’t it? Continue reading Socialism – is it the way forward?
Among the vast plethora of criticisms that Brexit has amassed over the last 3 years, one of the big critiques is often how Brexit is responsible for dividing the nation. It has often portrayed the ‘moronic’, ‘racist’ and ‘bigotted’ right wing have unified to shut down diversity and stop the immigration of minorities. Continue reading Virtue Signalling – Why it is responsible for polarising the UK (and the world)