If you think sitting quietly and being ‘nice’ is the right thing to do whilst the world around you is burning because of corporate greed, think again

7:41 AM · Sep 25, 2021

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Replying to @DrAseemMalhotra
Spot on and sadly many are just like this now.
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It's true. Research shows respectable people more likely to do a hit and run. If your hit by a car by some petty criminal he will probably have the decency to stop and call an ambulance and would not be bothered be a dangerous driving charge. But big stigma for respectable people
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Replying to @DrAseemMalhotra
I was only discussing with my husband yesterday how passive we seem to have become as a society, remembering the fuel strikes years ago when it went over £1, now we seem to put up with anything
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It's a shame we managed to protest 15 yrs ago about the price of fuel instead of the looming climate collapse.
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Replying to @DrAseemMalhotra
But Dr Malhotra here is the fundamental problem right here (substitute Pleasant People for Working Class) 👇👇👇👇👇
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The problem is we have no opposition, Labour, Libs and Green are all focused on cultural issues and nobody really cares about real working class issues anymore. With cultural issues the working class are more aligned to the Tories so the Tories get away with so much.
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Replying to @DrAseemMalhotra
Corporate greed endorsed by self serving politicians. There's '650' reasons why the UK is going down the pan, & it's not accidental.
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