Education: What if..? First posted on December 8, 2013 by julijuxtaposed What if we were to agree that all humans have value that lies way beyond their financial capacity and academic intellect? That it is obscene to reduce people to nothing more than … Continue reading
Labour is hard work First posted on May 21, 2013 by julijuxtaposed In 2010 I became sick of always being cynical and decided to opt for healthy scepticism to coincide with the formation of a Coalition Government. It was a new day: … Continue reading
Where We Are by julijuxtaposed First posted on April 29, 2013 Bedrooms: taxed. Benefits: capped. NHS: privatised. Legal Aid: capsized. Rights? Being scrapped. Tramping down. Clamping down. Liars seeding, Feeding Lies to lies. Trap and tap the populace, So easily … Continue reading
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Labour Puzzles Potential Voters about their Intent People everywhere reject the Bankers’ Politics of neoliberalism and look to a future of People’s Politics and a kinder and fairer society, where people matter not bankers’ vaults and spreadsheets. People around Britain … Continue reading
Moving On First posted on December 7, 2012 @julijuxtaposed Ideological labelling is a two-edged sword. It is both convenient shorthand, for the purpose of making a generalised point and a poisonous straitjacket, wielded as a weapon of insult. Well I’m tired of such … Continue reading
By Jim Grundy In a recent debate with a supporter of the Liberal Democrats I was shocked (which I suppose I shouldn’t have been) at the callous dismissal of the problems being experienced by millions of people in this, the … Continue reading