Too much money on avocado toast! Millennials change their jobs too much! They’re all choosing to be childless and mindlessly think that plants are children! Millennials get a lot of schtick for being superficial, shallow, benign, or even having ‘funny characteristics’. For the vast majority of world-weary, tired and wide awake millennials who can’t afford … Continue reading Hey, Millennial: Your Nonchalance is Showing
Dear Director General Tim Davie, The BBC is an institution of public service, made by public funding, and built for public use. Over and above the vanity rhetoric that the BBC faces on a daily basis about it’s very existence, I would ask a more probing and specific question: why isn’t the BBC using its … Continue reading Dear BBC – please help kids without the internet in this pandemic.
Beatrice Mtetwa should be one of the first lawyers you think of when elucidating the world of intelligent fighters who reign at the forefront of protecting freedom of speech, freedom of the press and inherent to those, our basic rights to expression and calling out abuse when it happens. All journalists whom consider themselves such, … Continue reading Women changing the world pt. 1: Beatrice Mtetwa
Hakim Hakim identifies as an Iraqi Marxist who makes social commentary videos from time to time. He has a Patreon which you can contribute to you if you appreciate his sentiments. Before I start this, I want to note that I will be quoting heavily from a Current Affairs article that I found about Jordan … Continue reading Why Jordan Peterson is Not Profound – “Comrade” Hakim
Eric Hughes Privacy is necessary for an open society in the electronic age. Privacy is not secrecy. A private matter is something one doesn’t want the whole world to know, but a secret matter is something one doesn’t want anybody to know. Privacy is the power to selectively reveal oneself to the world. If two … Continue reading A Cypherpunk’s Manifesto – Eric Hughes
Jordan B. Peterson If you forthrightly pursue that which ‘God’ directs you to pursue – let’s say – that all things are possible. That’s the idea in the narrative. You might say that’s naïve: you know that it’s not. You think it when you’re naïve, and then you dispense with that idea. And then when … Continue reading An Abrahamic view on naivety, growth and adulthood – Jordan Peterson
For many, 2020 meant stimulus cheques, furlough payments and government backed funding. These measures in the face of a contracted economy and collateral destruction (read: the end of the small and medium business) has allowed people, during the virus and subsequent governmental crisis, to merely subsist in what was and remains, in every technicality, the … Continue reading How you can save money in the 2021 recession
Farhana Yamin is an internationally recognised environmental lawyer, activist, public speaker and author. She’s a powerful force for good helping to change the way world leaders treat the environment, and was a key “kingmaker” in terms of policy when it came to the UN Paris Agreement. Currently, she sits on the board at Greenpeace. She … Continue reading Women changing the world pt. 2: Farhana Yamin