This is 2020 and our society is more utilitarian than ever. But it’s increasingly a culture without heritage, locked into an ouroboros sham stability that’s twisted to funnel wealth upward as nation-sized corporations destroy the planet’s future. And yet our society is called democratic; so long as the turkeys keep voting for Christmas…
On 12th December 2019 the United Kingdom goes to the polls in the most divisive, fucked up election in living memory. Whether the voters know it or not, the stakes are enormous. Similarly high stakes play out in the United States in November 2020.
Will the UK (and the USA, in 2020) have woken up to the existential threats to their long-term future or has big capital already conditioned the people of these great nations into turkeys voting for Christmas?
Four weeks away from the defining UK general election (December 12th), the positions of the main political parties are crystallising. Here are some impressions of the party leaders at the end of a first public questioning week.
The UK will go to the polls on the 12th of December 2019. Brexit is still to be resolved but this is an unusual election, with perhaps the highest stakes for the country since the Second World War. Take our poll survey here.