We might be leaving religion behind, but our grouping under the banner of atheism is a quick fix to a longer problem. So, what happens next?
To the rest of us, the Trump supporter is easy to see. A racist, sexist wriggling mass. However, the more we draw them in caricature, the more likely his ilk will return to power.
The difference between the political left and right seems to be built on the assumption that the other is wrong. That thinking is fundamentally flawed.
We’re all veterans of social media battles fought over reactive predeterminations. However, now that we’ve witnessed the damage, is time to put down our guns?
The key in beating ISIS is directing our ire clearly. For if we criticise Islamic State by criticising Islam, it emboldens them further.
The wave of nationalism sweeping across the globe may sing a new song, but its chorus is a tale as old as time.
We, as a species are kept in check by one unifying point: the need to blame the ‘other’. While it’s seemingly our way to unite only against division, I wonder if things can ever be different?
As the recent Berkeley protest against Milo Yiannopoulos shows, we are facing a political future split into “the ‘Libtards’ vs the racists”, where neither camp will get anything done.
Daniel Blewitt asks you to imagine a global unification plan for the future…it’s easy, if you try.
Using the lessons of history, Daniel Blewitt highlights how the Middle East of today could have been extremely different, but for one event.
Daniel Blewitt wonders if the political environment we accept is merely the optimisation of a broken model, and if so, is there another way?