Tag Archives: karl

Fracture Within The British Left-Wing

 I’ve floated around the left-wing of politics for as long as I can remember. Even during times of childish innocence, the Left has always been more attractive to me and it shall hopefully remain attractive to all decent people. For the last few years, I’ve tried to find my place amongst a group on the […]

School is a Tool

The divide between the bourgeoisie and the proletarian socially, politically and economically becomes ever wider, even in this period of austerity. There are copious reasons for this inverse humanitarian anomaly but one of is simply that; school is not a conjunctive institution to alternatives, namely Marxism. The education of the masses in alternative systems to […]

‘Stuff the Bloody Patient’: Dehumanization and the NHS

 Having a family member work for the NHS rarely entitles you to any benefits. Working for the NHS in 2013 is synonymous with working unsocial hours trying to manage the work of a dozen on your own, all the while the sword of redundancy hangs precariously above your head. Having a mother who has worked […]