Winds of change


Brexit disruption

brings recapitulation

the lies unfurling


by Scooj

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

11 thoughts on “Winds of change”

  1. The ability by large swathes of our population to believe the lies they are drip fed on a daily basis by our most corrupt media and politicians without question will never cease to amaze me!

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  2. It’s like someone is slowly pushing your head underneath the water whilst telling you they’re going to save you from drowning.
    How long do you have to be submerged for until you realise they’ve been lying to you . . . ???

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    1. We need someone to pull the plug out to let the water run away. I give this lot about 12 months. We are heading for an autumn of strikes, it will bring them down eventually.

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      1. Perhaps, and I would love to see people power bring these crooks down . . .
        Unfortunately however I reckon they will use the police and army and probably considerable force and the threat of heavy jail sentences to deter the majority of would be strikers and those on the picket lines.
        I would love to be proved wrong . . . .


      2. There are a few totemic issues that will bring people out in protest, whatever the cost. Small pay rises, Rwanda, delaying net zero. Stuff like that.

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  3. Unfortunately with the media on the side of the corrupt and powerful, anyone taking a stand against them will either be portrayed as ‘the loony left’ or a ‘home grown terrorist’ etc etc which I believe will keep the majority at home.
    We need a nation ready to mobilise, a nation ready to march on Downing St and demand immediate and lasting change not only from whom we are governed by and how those in power wield that power and who actually benefits from that power but also from the totally corrupt and morally dead media who are so incredibly culpable for our present dire situation.
    I really hope I am proven well wrong on this I have to say but I have this feeling gnawing away at me that times are going to get considerably worse for this country and the majority of it’s inhabitants . . .

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    1. I too hope you are wrong. What upsets me most is that so many people are falling for the con trick and are tangibly worse off and yes still support these crooks. It is quite unbelievable and very sad.

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      1. I had to come to the sad realisation some years ago that a large portion of society just isn’t very bright, they appear to completely lack the ability to think critically, to ask the crucial questions that should concern both themselves and their loved ones and whose effects are shouldered by the vast majority, whilst relying on the rags of billionaire tax avoiders for their ‘news’.

        Until this completely changes I don’t see much changing in this country unfortunately!

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