UK Democracy rises from the dead.

The election of Jeremy Corbyn revivifies the Democratic process. If people want democracy, an adversarial system, then this is what is now restored. Margaret Thatcher corrected Union excesses, Tony Blair failed to correct Margaret Thather’s excesses. Thus the system broke and turned from policy differences into personal differences. The system sickened away from adversarial health into an accusatory pandemic of broken diction.
 This pandemic trickled down into the electorate, sticking whole swathes of people into inappropriate problem solving pathways, past paradigms that no longer work. Alcohol misuse and food addictions that have fuelled the secondary diabetes component of the National sickness that itself threatens to bankrupt the NHS. Then there is the financial crash that is a direct result of the failure of the big four global Auditors to do their job which has further polluted the political process creating a perfect storm of Executive failure to see what is actually happening to the fabric of civilisation.
 There is no quick fix to the sickness at the core of our culture. At least the Democratic Pendulum has been released today and the Groundhog Day of the last few years brought into focus.
 As that film shows, only ❤ Love  restarts the clock of our possible cultural survival.

About Andrew Dettman

Counsellor, poet, cabbie, diction worker. Ministrant.
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4 Responses to UK Democracy rises from the dead.

  1. Aaron Russo film producer/director and political activist [1943 – 2007] explains Democracy https://youtu.be/RewUP-Fdhqk

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