I want to head down to London to livestream Extinction Rebellion but I haven’t been able to find anywhere to crash yet and as per usual, I’m skint.
f*ck it, I’m back ‘in’ but I’m not going along blindly. I really want to see these issues dealt with because I believe they’re vital to the integrity of the movement.
After careful consideration, I’ve decided to share these thoughts publicly, for what they’re worth.
steemit.com is apparently under attack today, as #OCCUPYSILICONVALLEY calls for mass migrate away from big tech.
UK citizens are so hopelessly hypnotised that some (many) of them explicitly care more about Britain’s future trading relationship with the EU than they do about the ongoing extinction level event which is likely to kill them, their friends, family and quite possibly all vertebrate life on planet earth.
“The sinister fact about literary censorship in England is that it is largely voluntary”.
Concept art by Ann Narkeh for the imaginary centrist campaign group, inertia™©®.
This year’s National Funeral for the Unknown Cyclist hopes to be the largest ever Die-In in UK history, to ensure the Chancer of Death, Phillip Hammond, the incumbent PM, Jeremy Corbyn and his incumbent Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell hear two clear demands for the Autumn budget.
When I started primary school, we were being taught that the apocalyptic climate collapse we’re witnessing now might happen in a few hundred years.