Why England’s Racist Underbelly Keeps Floating to the Surface

Entrenched racism is a product of entitlement

The Euros was meant to unite a nation. But the fallout from England’s Euro defeat, where black players were victims of racist vitriol, brought England’s dark underbelly floating to the surface.…

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Entrenched racism is a product of entitlement

<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>Why ‘Living Your Best Life’ is Destroying Life For Everyone Else</span><h3> The saying of our time is a symbol of a culture out of balance with the world around it </h3>
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Why ‘Living Your Best Life’ is Destroying Life For Everyone Else

The saying of our time is a symbol of a culture out of balance with the world around it

I’m living my best life — it’s a phrase often used by social media influencers. The idea is that they have grabbed life by the scruff of the neck, and they are living…

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The saying of our time is a symbol of a culture out of balance with the world around it

<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>What’s the Problem With so Many Environmentalists Being White Middle-Class People?</span><h3> The hypocrisy at the heart of the environmental movement is maddening </h3>
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What’s the Problem With so Many Environmentalists Being White Middle-Class People?

The hypocrisy at the heart of the environmental movement is maddening

The poor have little time to be concerned about the environment. Their thoughts and actions are focused on providing for their basic needs. Life for the middle class is very different.…

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The hypocrisy at the heart of the environmental movement is maddening

<span style='color:#00000;font-size:36px;'>We Could be Working a 15 Hour Work Week, so Why Aren’t We?</span><h3> We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life </h3>
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We Could be Working a 15 Hour Work Week, so Why Aren’t We?

We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life

In 1930 the economist John Maynard Keynes wrote Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren. He argued that continued increases in productivity would allow us to make more with less effort. In other…

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We live in a culture that values money as a possession over money as a tool to enjoy life

Could the ‘Woke’ Generation Inspire a Social Revolution?

A Silent Revolution has created a movement of disillusioned people who want change

The term ‘woke’ is used figuratively to refer to someone who is ‘aware’ or ‘well informed’ in a political or cultural sense. They know and understand the world in ways few…

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A Silent Revolution has created a movement of disillusioned people who want change