David Blunkett: citizenship education’s impact on democracy

Michael Grimes: Relegating the citizenship curriculum to the Basic Curriculum: what impact will that have on democracy? David Blunkett: Well we knew, before I established the citizenship and democracy curriculum – after the working party chaired by Professor Sir Bernard Crick – that we had at that time, back in Continue Reading

To Your Left: #7 The Working Class | على شمالَِك: “عامل” إيه؟

Every time I dis capitalism, they say give us a quick solution and don’t bore us with your theory, we want a realistic resolution. As if overcoming social classes, is as easy as conducting a coup d’état just spouting a few orders and eliminating all our differences brah. But this Continue Reading

Global Ethics Forum: Democracy and Its Crisis with A. C. Grayling

(gentle music) – Our speaker today is A. C. Grayling. He is a British philosopher who is one of the United Kingdom’s most revered public intellectuals. He is the author of over 30 books and is currently master of the New College of the Humanities in London. Today he’ll be Continue Reading

What is digital labour in communicative capitalism?

Hi, welcome to media/pool. I am Xu Luyan. In this video, I will be talking about digital labour’s role in communicative capitalism. This is the structure of my content today. Communication increasingly plays a productive role in generating values, thus forming the communicative capitalism where labour has been transformed into Continue Reading

What is Socialism? A Short History

Often seen as the direct opposite of capitalism, there is no single philosophy or political creed that defines socialism. There is however a common thread running through all socialist movements, which is that of social ownership, that in one sense or other the means of wealth creation and hence the Continue Reading

UK Elects Socialist Leader Jeremy Corbyn. Will He Succeed?

>>THE ELECTION OF JEREMY CORBYN TO BE THE HEAD OF THE U.K.’S LABOUR PARTY IS ALREADY PAYING OFF, AT THE VERY LEAST, FOR THAT PARTY. THEIR MEMBERSHIP ROLLS ARE SOARING TO AT LEAST RECENT HISTORICAL HIGHS. HIS SUCCESS IN THE NEAR FUTURE IN TERMS OF BEING ABLE TO GET HIS Continue Reading

Christopher Monckton – Agenda 21 and Environmental Marxism

Good afternoon everybody. It’s my very, very great pleasure to have been asked about three minutes ago to introduce Lord Christopher Monckton to this group. This is going to be something very unusual for you. It’s not very often that you find yourself in an entirely friendly environment. Some months Continue Reading

Socialism is coming | Owen Jones talks

Socialism is coming. Our old social order is collapsing all around us. Call it neo-liberalism, call it free market fundamentalism but an order of privatisation, of deregulation, of weakened trade unions, of low taxes on the rich and big business – that order is falling apart all around us. It Continue Reading

Michael Gove does not rule out ignoring legislation to stop no-deal Brexit

See what the legislation says, You’re asking me about a pig in a poke and I will wait to see what legislation the opposition may try to bring forward but we know what – We’re in new constitutional times, but for a government to say ‘we won’t abide by legislation’ Continue Reading

Marx Part 2: Capitalism’s Consequences | Philosophy Tube

March is my month of Marx: In Part 1 we learned about Labour and Class conflict. In this Part 2 we’ll be looking at capitalism’s consequences, vis-a-vis Alienation. As well as being a generally bad time for anybody who worked in a factory, the other thing Victorian England was famous Continue Reading