It is not in the Establishment's interests for the youth to vote. They engage in a policy of denigrating the importance of the youth in election results. But this policy is threatening them at the polls.
Sophia Burns argues that the social justice subculture doesn't want justice - it just wants to hear about oppressed people's pain.
More from Jonathan Woolley on the crisis of Paganism
Alley Valkyrie, on the elections in France
From Shane Burley: Speech has consequences, and “free speech” as a concept is not consequences-free.
'Through the concrete of office blocks and headphones of call centres, over the white noise of television, we still hear the Cwn Annwn howling. The harder we try to shut them out the louder they howl...'
"I don't want to be well, not if it means living and thinking as they do"
From William Hawes: :our culture does not allow us to grow up, because to do so would invoke a critical response and a revolution against the forces of tyranny."