Identity politics are thriving right now. But the fear of the other and national pride identity are stronger than mere ethics. Continue reading Victim and victimiser: Why guilt doesn’t work in activism
Make a #AGreenerGoogle through digital action Join me and Extinction Rebellion in a digital action on April 1st. Go to AGreenerGoogle.com and input your email to get full information ✊ Continue reading Want to fight climate change from home?
This Saturday, climate protesters gathered on the streets of London to launch Extinction Rebellion’s 2020 climate strategy. Along with various other activist and faith groups, grandparents joined students, doctors and farmers for the right to peaceful protest. Continue reading Enough is Enough – London marches for solidarity, climate justice and the right to peaceful protest with Extinction Rebellion
Close my eyes Grey hell alive Roots in the sky Asking why, oh why? Open my eyes Green bells survive Wind so harsh and dry Whispering sight, oh my Stretch my legs Oh how they strive For trees in lakes … Continue reading Rebel for life #poem
My parents are currently in Iran, and stopped replying a few days ago. Last night, an Iranian comedian I follow on youtube uploaded a video. He apologised for not uploading a funny vlog because of the news in Iran. What … Continue reading WHY is nobody talking about Iran???
Impatience is the price of youth and the interest rates run high and the internet runs wild In patience do we find the truth. In wastage do we find the lootbut guilt is raining from the skybut your kilt is … Continue reading Impatience is the price of youth
Most people today know that they are worth shit. There are more minorities than majorities, and the former are invariably told from birth that they will have to try harder. Children of immigrants learn not to become a bother, women … Continue reading The Beauty of Oppression