Tag Archives: identity politics

So, I was wrong about Biden

Joe Biden is of course a much better American President than his predecessor; compassionate and miles more honest. But is it OK now to criticise him? Because he is really messing things up. Biden used to position himself dead-center in … Continue reading

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So, media and twitter does not reflect the American Democratic voter

Who would have known? USA, as the UK, need to change their electoral system. It will not happen anytime soon, if ever. But a duology does not work because politics are not just left-right, 1-dimensional. We often see political compasses … Continue reading

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Trump’s appeal

One thing that Trump never communicates, and cannot possibly communicate, is a sense of his moral superiority. The man is totally without sanctimony. Even when his every utterance is purposed for self-aggrandizement. Even when he is calling himself a genius. … Continue reading

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The absent-minded ‘like’

I was going to write a follow-up to yesterdays post, but a far better writer has a more important piece today, which, believe it or not, is related: On one occasion, I absent-mindedly ‘liked’ instead of screenshotting. That single ‘like’ … Continue reading

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The new oppression

Where did all the Marxists go? Oh, right, Intersectionality. From Gerfried Ambrosch’s “The Intersection Is a Dead End“: It seems paradoxical that today those who seek to suppress others’ freedom of speech are often the same people who claim to … Continue reading

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The death of feminism

I just had to submit a plan to recruit more men to a school board. The reason is that the school is mostly financed by public funds, and as such the new Danish rules for gender balance in boards apply. … Continue reading

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About that President

I think this is an interesting, and ultimately, positive take: (Youtube) I certainly agree about the festering… Disclaimer: Their channel is generally supportive of Trump and can, for me, be a bit hard to follow. I watched a couple of … Continue reading

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Pie on Trump voters

Tom Walker’s satire as the character Jonathan Pie has been spot on for years now. This one, on “who voted for Trump”, is perhaps his most important yet: (Youtube) It’s troubling that a satire is more nuanced than most of … Continue reading

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