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Fire and Fury

By now you’ve almost certainly heard about Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff, the book which has reignited debates such as “is Donald Trump actually suffering from Alzheimer’s, is he a sociopathic narcissist, is he just a viciously racist overprivileged … Continue reading

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Strange Fruit

The singer Rebecca Ferguson has been reported as having accepted the offer to play at Trump’s inauguration, under one condition: I’ve been asked and this is my answer. If you allow me to sing “strange fruit” a song that has … Continue reading

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So Who Are The RWAs (Part 2 of ?)

This follows from part one, and contains some jargon that might not be understandable without it. So we’re now living in a world where the US and UK are both controlled by RWA/SDO people, voted for by RWAs, and last … Continue reading

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On Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Trump, Part 1 of ?

OK, so I’ve been meaning to write a post on Robert Altermeyer’s research into right-wing authoritarianism for several years, and especially since I wrote my “howl” on Mindless Ones six months ago (and how petty the concerns in that piece … Continue reading

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Circular Firing Squads

I don’t live in a complete filter bubble — I am privileged enough to have other people’s political opinions not cause me immediate, direct, harm, and so I have friends, or at least friendly acquaintances, across all political divides (though … Continue reading

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The Trump Tape — #TooManyMen

Yes, it’s the Trump Tapes (like the Troggs Tapes but far more crass) post you all knew was coming, because since when was I sensible enough to not open my big mouth about a controversial topic? (Obviously, trigger warnings for … Continue reading

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