Alt right politics. We hear that phrase broadcasted on American news a lot - but not from Fox of course. The outright denial of the danger of far-right American politics looms more than ever, with the legitimisation of something close to Neo-nazism in the political arena. Trump allows far-right ideology a leg up into daily... Continue Reading →
Ignoring your opposition is easy in a world where division is so prominent. But, in the case of Trump, ignorance is what gained him the Presidency as he gave a voice to those who the liberal Establishment forgot. If we want to learn anything from Trump's time in the White House, its that we cannot dismiss our opponents, we must understand them.
Now before I begin, I’d like to make one thing very clear - typically, I wouldn’t like to only speak about women as sexual assault victims as it is obvious that they are not the only member of society to be targeted. Men, women, everyone in between, and children suffer the atrocity that is sexual assault. But unsurprisingly: Donald Trump has made it an issue of men vs. women.
On the 1st June 2017, the current POTUS announced in the White House Rose Garden that the United States would pull out of the Paris Agreement; a deal that has pledged 195 nations to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in order to combat the fiend otherwise known as climate change. Although, the US cannot legally withdraw until November 4th 2019, the announcement marked a huge step back in environmental action.
Donald Trump, the millionaire businessman turned President, may go down in history as one of the most politically incompetent and inexperienced POTUS' in history, but just how much truth is there to this? Whilst the President is indeed completely lacking in any previous political experience, his record of political involvement is not so squeaky clean.... Continue Reading →
Disclaimer – This might be an unpopular opinion but if you admire freedom of speech, then you will be able to give me a chance to persuade you to think differently; as we live in a liberal democracy, we should treat others with the rights and freedoms we are granted. The story of President Trump... Continue Reading →
Perhaps if my glass was always half full, I’d be able to raise it in a solemn toast To the man that runs the country some Thousand miles over the air; because I can Sit in bars, and drink my spirits to oblivion - If only they had the same privilege as I.
If you have not already, I advise you to read the article by Rob White that this is in response to – although you do not need to, to understand the content of my own writing, it will give you context to my debate. As an Editor of this magazine, I relish in choosing the next... Continue Reading →
For a bit of context, the #MeToo campaign is a movement against sexual harassment and sexual assault. Going viral in October 2017, the development of the hashtag, and its wider implications, was driven primarily by high-profile, successful actresses, such as Jennifer Lawrence and Uma Thurman, who describe themselves as feminists. This came soon after the allegations of sexual... Continue Reading →