Why we need Jeremy Corbyn.

Jeremy Corbyn's second leadership victory is merely plastering over the cracks of a derelict political party. Corbyn undoubtedly has the support of Labour members - and would appear to have even greater had the great 'purge' nooccurred - and with such a fierce support base on ye left of the political spectrum, one would assume... Continue Reading →

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Into the Void

I had intended to vent my frustration at last weeks Brexit result earlier than this. However I feel time has, to an extent, given me a sense of clarity on the issue. In the hours and days following the announcement that the United Kingdom had voted to leave the European Union, social media outlets were... Continue Reading →

Madness

I have my thoughts on religion. A series of lies that have corrupted the minds of millions over the millennia, led us to commit unspeakable acts of horror and enslave our fellow man. I have my thoughts on gun control - or America's there lack of.  An issue that continually sees slaughter brought to schools, medical... Continue Reading →

The New McCarthyism

February 9th, 1950. Senator McCarthy stands in West Virginia and gallantly declares "I have here in my hand a list of 205 people that were known to the Secretary of State as being members of the Communist Party and who, nevertheless, are still working and shaping the policy of the State Department". With this revelation... Continue Reading →

Wake up.

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One of those days, where I seem to just want to keep writing.

Scrolling through my twitter and I see a headline “2,000 civilians killed in a terrorist attack on Wednesday in Nigeria.” It didn’t even make world news. Yet , Kim Kardashian’s latest what the heck ever does? People really? Is that what we have come to as a society? We care more about Kim Kardashian than actual world issues? Why? Someone please tell me why that is? Children are starving around the world, yet we can’t seem to put down our damn phones, and actually pay attention to what really matters. No instead what matters is what latest bs is coming out next, who won the golden globes, whose wearing what, who gives a crap. There are children crying, people dying, and wars being fought in places we don’t even bother to mention, places that we probably don’t…

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Journalism – while Earth sustains

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The press, media, journalism and the ways in which the state and the system communicates with us reflect the hc. They are man-made, our reality.

I think a good analogy for our circumstances is the end of the Roman Empire. Except there are no Barbarians. Nor are there frontiers for we are global, many times in many ways over. Civilisation developed out of agriculture and diversity. It is global urbanisation and employment now – mobilisation and utilisation, of monoculture, development and massing. Somewhat lemming like, we’ve now thrown ourselves through the exponential curve.

I think of it as a tsunami wave as it rears up right, shattering throughout and from below, like a giant taken down at the knee. Though the initially subtle and sublime distant ripple of a wave has made itself obvious, humanity keeps going. Journalism can only reflect that.

Like the bread to the masses at the…

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