Stationairy Starmer One Year On With No Roadmap To Power?

‘Today there is little buzz around labour, the easy task is not being Jeremy Corbyn that is achieved but what now? Where’s the ideas the alliances, forces not just to win but change society’ Neal Lawson director of the centre left campaign group for a progressive alliance named compass has told The Guardian as the labour leader is now a year in to the job but his leadership and vision is farce and myopic. Leading the opposition is incredibly hard job at anytime to appear as a government in waiting…


Is there a case to defund the police? The New Age of Liberal Feminism and Defiance against the state.

Outrage and anger is what I felt as I saw the photos and videos of police using their powers to tackle and use their force arbitrarily to act with aggression when people stood in solidarity. As they seem a sister, a woman who’s murder emulates all the fear and anxiety of not feeling safe to live freely without freedom. A privilege only granted to cis-gendered men, paints the picture of a vile state of toxic masculinity. What I saw made my…


Is It Time For A New Democracy? For the sake of the environment its a yes!

We need to stop being so humbug and resistant to change and stop conserving a broken democracy. Our politics is bland and stale and is stagnant to change clinging on of what one view of how we should be governed and what democracy means. It is fragile concept we talk about democracy as something that needs to be protected and conserve without actually examine how we can revolutionise the conditional fabrics of what we define as democracy. Its a pejorative centrist or liberal view…


The harmful precedent a Trump over constitution decision set by The G.O.P. means for a continuation of history of democracy

February 2021, sees a rather unconventional beginning to the first weeks of a newly elected president to office. Not before in America’s couple of hundred years of history as a liberal democratic nation seen an out going president been impeached in the House of Representatives for inciting violence on government and state property impeding on the democratic process of confirmation of a president in the count of the electoral collage votes. …


After Jackie Weaver Gate, What is the authority of local councils?

Watching Jackie Weavers shot to fame becoming a source of entertainment and becoming a meme with a series of sartorial tributes to a rather heated and unsettling zoom call for Weaver being accused she was without authority to convene a local council meeting after two members called for an election of a new chair of the debate with two members in attendance in fury claiming she had no authority to host and call for a new election claiming such meetings were against the law. …


Starmer, Here’s what’s needed! – When new management becomes stale

What Starmer puts forward for the future of the labour parry is rather dull, bland and unauthentic. Lacking charisma nor conviction for those who love and loathe Corbyn can see scepticism in his leadership. Blair, Atlee, Wilson and Ramsay McDonald are the only four Labour Party leaders to become prime minister after becoming the majority party and finding the mandate to form a government Starmer sets to be the fifth labour leader to do so when faced with the general election in 2024 with three and a half years to…


Seeing an end of a rather unorthodox tenure of Donald Trump in the Whitehouse leaving in an expected undignified manner. The reality star concluded his ‘Trump Show: The Whitehouse’ years with a reference to the narcissistic pompous car crash of a show he made a feature of as President mocking the role of the president. To see the restoration of democratic governance as prior to the years of Trumps battle with the establishment within was alien and something I met with a sigh of relief. …


The Daily Star: Satire’s Underdog

What The Daily Star has been able to do is incredible much like the incredible and surreal times we live in. At a time of doom, gloom anxiety and despair the paper has become the unlikely tour de force of what a tabloid can be in a liberal democracy providing needed comic relief but a voice for reason some could say. With headlines that packs and punch pushing the edges of what you expect to see in the newsstand of your corner shop. …


Trumpism still rife in Britain when Donald Trump loses his power. What does this mean?

The position of right wing and far right wing politics is at an interesting turning point. Now finally since Brexit got done and our allies across the pond whilst Trump at the last general election scooped more votes than he did back in 2016 he saw a loss to this day he still doesn’t accept and this week was issued with the fourth impeachment in American constitutional history his second in a more plainly understandable crime and abuse of America’s constitution and his unpatriotic abhorrent…


Come Together: It’s Time For A Political Alliance

The British Labour Party is being encouraged to form a progressive alliance with smaller liberal and progressive parties who policies lean more left of centre to prevent a future win for the conservatives party in the 2024 General Election. With the Liberal Democrat’s likely under such electoral alliance and coalition would want to see electoral reform. This would likely to benefit parties like The Green Party and The Liberal Democrat’s as recent polling data projects their seats share would decrease dramatically. The smaller parties would contest its in the best interests to…

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