I have to admit to feeling very much the way that Katy does at the moment.
It hasn’t been that long since I woke up to politics, but even such a newby as I can see nothing but disaster about to happen with the latest results in the US.
As Terry Pratchett wrote in his book of the same title:
“There is a curse.
May you live in interesting times.”
I have to agree that we certainly seem to be doing so right now!
Even pictures of baskets of kittens and a huge Chinese takeaway aren’t really working for me today. Please excuse the incoherence of the rest of this post. I need to brain dump.
There’s been a lot of talk of class and poverty both here in the UK and the USA. A lot of people talking about the disenfranchised poor, and how we other voters must understand their anger and address it rather than pretending it isn’t there. I get that, but I think there is a lot of misunderstanding about what it means. It seems, in some camps to mean that we have to turn the other cheek when people are rude, or ignorant or stupid or abusive and if we don’t we ourselves are vilified as rude, ignorant stupid or abusive. That’s not what it means.
Firstly let’s dispel a myth. Exit polls show that the voters for Trump were not ‘the…
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