Chavs and austerity

Written 2013. Chavs and austerity Posted by defytheeconomy on December 7, 2013 Edit Chavs. We all grew up on estates and stayed there waiting to be civilised by someone…. Course we didn’t. We grew up and became the most educated working class in history. CHAV. Council Housed, Adaptable and Verbose. Except most of us are…

Why am not watching Brexit news

Originally posted on Each age is dream that is dying:
Nothing in the agreement we are reaching changes anything I say. We have reached this crisis, we are not prepared, did not expect it, and nothing on the news or agreed between the EU27 and us changes this. NOt even if another second referendum gets…

Karen Ingala Smith

A reblog of htis post from the day of the ONLY budget in eight years where the opposition party mentioned the women impacted by austerity, who had had their ability to leave abuse removed. Completely.

Reflex that drove austerity rolling back equality for women. Long. Long. Long.

Alterations to family structure in the twentieth century constitute some of the most significant alterations in human organisation in history, and involved changing lifespans, birthrates, and emergence of new systems(Allan, et al, 2001, pg.819-837, Arber et al, 2007, Bengston, 2001, pg.1-16). 20th century economists could not have been aware how significant this was. Guided by…

A relieved desister’s story.

An awful account of how teenage identity formation got caught up in this nonsense. via Baptised in Fire: A relieved desister’s story

Abusive behaviour patterns

The need to control your environment to protect a fragile identity is typical of abusive behaviour patterns, they are often not about the victim at all. In fact many abusers can’t even see their victims, they can only see what they project onto them. They seek out evidence to reinforce delusions, it doesn’t matter if…