I’ve been thinking hard about it for years, particularly within the last few months.
I hold so strongly to my beliefs because my people depend on it, I.E. “muh feels.” I don’t feel like I need to justify it beyond that.
>BTW, what are your thoughts on Boris?
I couldn’t care less if he became the next king or died in a brutal car crash tomorrow. I’m completely nihilistic in terms of mainstream British politics. I believe that the only thing that can fix the problems this country has will be a civil war, or w revolution.
Our whole democratic process has become a complete joke, and I don’t care for any of the candidates, beyond the fact that Boris is slightly more amusing than May. I plan to vote Labour in the next election (if I can be bothered) because I think having Jeremy Corbyn as PM would be funny, and will no doubt cause massive drama.
People say that modern day politics is a pageant, and I fully agree. Which is why during the next election I tend to vote as such. I won’t even bother learning about my politician of choices policies, because I know that there’s a 9/10 chance that he won’t hold true to any of them, and if he’s being honest it means that all of his policies are status quo garbage. Especially in the face of the lame duck that is Trump, I know that voting really does do nothing, and that every candidate really is no different than the guy next to him. So I plan to vote solely on what amuses me personally the most, regardless of said politicians policies.
As I said, I genuinely believe that a civil war is not only inevitable, but necessary to deal with our countries problems. Why would I can what some retarded politician says on stage when I believe that war is only a few decades away? At least we can laugh at the clowns until then, and vote for them are if they were Big Brother contestants.