Articles by juxtaposed
If Boris were intelligent…
“People say Boris Johnson is intelligent… when he’s not pretending to be the bumbling fool. He is clever and instinctively opportunist. Like a fox.” Juxtaposed argues that Boris Johnson’s recent speech shows his lack of common sense and wisdom.
Making democracy work
“We’ve made great leaps in vital areas at times and stagnated horribly at others. But look around the world: Democracy is a messy business which can only be tidied with the informed and active engagement of those it claims to serve.” Juxtaposed looks at how to make democracy work better.
“Shout louder”? Labour, your voice should be audible from Space!
“Get a grip. Decide who you are and what you are for. Decide what sort of a country and People you want Britain to really be. Speak from principles and logic.” Juxtaposed challenges Labour to speak up and speak louder.
I thought I was a shareholder in Britain
The funding, running and maintaining of our essential services has become such a complete and utter farce that, like a growing number of people, I despair at and hold in contempt, those private companies and successive governments who are responsible. Energy, the Emergency Services, Health and Social Care, Education, Water, Transport, Law, Order and Justice […]
Too many people don’t get it and politicians don’t want to or can’t cope with alternative socio-economic views. Their ears are on default selection. You want to talk about the idea that public ownership of utilities is better than private and all they counter with – all they hear is Big State, Unions, Taxpayer Money […]
A mother’s work
This is naturally worded towards the female gender, by virtue of tradition. However, if you are a man with whom any of this resonates, I hope you will consider yourself automatically included where relevant. A great irony has occurred over the last few decades. Time was that the working mother was frowned upon and her […]