With the growing prison population, disillusionment with the justice system and arguments against the use of imprisonment, many activists and experts have been pondering the idea of ending imprisonment for non-violent offenders completely. In this article I shall briefly examine these arguments. Continue reading “Should Non-Violent Offenders Go To Prison?”
Is Isle of Dogs Cultural Appropriation? No its just mongoloid journalists writing clickbait articles.
The ‘Miranda Rights’ are the list of constitutionally protected rights that Police Officers must read to you before custodial interrogation can formally begin. If you have ever watched a police show on TV, or perhaps 21 Jump Street, you will certainly recognise these. But where how did they become a Law Enforcement requirement? Continue reading “The Controversial History of ‘Miranda Rights’”
In the most recent edition of Cultivation Interviews we spoke to the extremely talented, Camden based MC and writer, Awate. Continue reading “AWATE//Cultivation Interviews”
Since 2004, when Mark Zuckerberg launched the first ever mainstream social media site: Facebook. The world has been absorbed into a frenzy of hashtags, memes and a constant craving for likes. Only recently, in the past few years, have sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat been used as an online auction site, where brands can advertise and sell their clothes.
In September 1983, Lieutenant Colonel Stanislav Petrov single-handedly prevented an all-out Nuclear War. Yet for most people, this will be the first time they have heard his name mentioned at all. Continue reading “The Untold Story Of The Man Who Saved The World”
It’s not every day you get to work with a high market fashion designer, but it was for me, at least for four days anyway.
In five to ten years times I believe the sequels of the original Star Wars trilogy will be met with the same (if not more) scorn as George Lucas’s infamous prequel trilogy. And the 8th episode of the series is reason enough to believe so.
After Senator Jeff Sessions was appointed as Attorney General by President Trump, one of Alabama’s two Senate seats was left unfilled. After a hard-battled race between polarising candidates, Democrat Doug Jones came out on top, but it was Republican candidate Roy Moore who gained all the media attention (not particularly for the right reasons). However, this election represented much more than a seat in Congress.
Going into this year’s highly anticipated World Cup in Russia, there have been a number of recurring problems that are often being brought up time and time again. Will there be a problem with Russian Hooligans? Will there be racist attacks much like those that have occurred in Russian league games? While others have been quick to suggest that the 2018 World Cup will be one that will go down in history, and not for the wrong reasons, but as a thrilling, memorable celebration of football.
Politically, it seems I am (considering the current environment) an anomaly, having views from both the right and left wing.
The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is the subject of much controversy. In 1791, the right to ‘keep and bear arms’ was added to the supreme laws of the USA, but this has been scrutinised in recent years. The central focus of the debate revolves around the question of whether stricter gun laws would reduce or end the poignant and continuous tragedies. Continue reading “Would Increased Gun Control Solve America’s Mass Shooting Dilemma?”
Blade runner 2049 is possibly one of the best sequels ever produced and is going to be the best film of 2017. While also being a movie that did not need to have been made in the first place.
Basketball is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK, basketball is now the second most popular sport in the UK for teenagers and the number of people picking up the sport is growing rapidly.