Tag Archives: BNP
So yeah, another fecking election.
So, yeah, another election, and there’ll be another one, well technically it’ll be another referendum, shortly after this. We should be thankful for choice, as some countries don’t have votes or stable democracies. Even so, most of us seem to … Continue reading
The bombing of Gaza must stop, but so should the pornographication of the victims.
When it comes to Israel indiscriminately killing Palestinian civilians in Gaza, there are times when doing nothing is more constructive than doing something. I’ll preface this article by saying that my knowledge of the tension and conflicts that have occurred … Continue reading
UKIP’s rise? We’re all to blame.
I voted in the European Elections at my local polling station, the Gairbraid Church Hall in Maryhill. Having never been in it before I fully expected the interior to be transformed into a sparse state of temporary surrogacy, the mildly … Continue reading
Does leafleting work?
I’ve been getting quite a few leaflets from various political parties through my letterbox recently, more than seems normal. I’ll concede that my sense of what constitutes a normal quota of leaflets is completely notional. Leafleting is a habitual element … Continue reading
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