Just for the moment, forget policies and even the general election, and let’s look at humanity.
It’s been said many times, ‘elections are not about personalities’, and every time, they are wrong.
If you want to experience a world devoid of personality and humanity and based solely on policy, take a trip to your local Jobcentre and sign on, or face the arrival of an ESA50 form in its hideous brown envelope, fill it out, and await notification and then attend a Work Capability Assessment. If you get lucky, you’ll get an assessor who will engage with you at a human level, but the process is designed for that not to happen. And here’s the important bit, for many, if not most, people, these experiences are traumatising because they are dehumanising by design.
We face an election that mostly revolves around two parties, but that’s just because it is a…
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