A devastating critique

Nearly every facet of modern western civilisation is based on a simple premise: that the individual makes better decisions than a group. What if that is untrue? The entire neoliberal construct (limited government, free enterprise, and personal freedom) is predicated on the notion of the individual as ascendant to the group. The dominant feature of... Continue Reading →

Crisis of Living Cost

It’s not unreasonable to define the crisis we are in as a ‘cost of living crisis’. It costs too much to live an ordinary life: it costs too much money, it costs too much freedom, and it costs too much planet. One solution to something costing too much is to earn more to cover those costs.... Continue Reading →

Common sense for Proper Change

It may not feel like it right now, but we are in desperate straits, and in need of radical change if we are to maintain the society that we have built over the last 300 years. Britons deserve the right to choose a proper solution at the next general election, and that is why we... Continue Reading →

Synthesis

You know something's wrong, that we have not sorted out a decent way to live together, yet. And you know that there is a better way, that we are not this stupid and blind, that we can do a better job of living together in peace with prosperity. Well, you're right... here is why and... Continue Reading →

It is evident

It is evident that the UK is in a difficult situation. Much of what we consider to be our "way of life" is hanging in the balance, which is why our politicians seem so uncommonly aligned to a very similar course.The size of our public debt means that we are rightfully concerned about interest rates... Continue Reading →

Black & White

We have three crises today: an economic crisis, a social crisis and a climate crisis.In the UK the economic crisis is that we are borrowing £2 an hour, for every hour worked by every man and woman in employment. That's new borrowing every hour worked by every person in the country - and that is... Continue Reading →

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