this week the Aunties discuss
UK government's lack of apology for slavery and colonialism gets a dismissive response from politicians. Group calls for recognition of the harm caused. Ain't nobody got time for that weak sauce.
White people's reluctance to lose power and privilege is discussed, along with questions about King Charles' coronation. What's the point? Solidify his role or pretend the monarchy is still popular? No thanks.
Wealthy white men suggest workers accept lower wages, but the group calls them out for lack of consideration for rising energy costs and inflation. Rich folks, they are a different breed.
Lack of empathy and compassion among the privileged class, who have forgotten their working-class roots and are selfishly protecting themselves.
Sudan's conflict is ignored by the West, who provide weapons to the rebels without intervening or offering aid to struggling civilians. African people must unite against oppressive acts. And who's judging whom on the nuclear front?
Chicken Shop Show's host named top 3 content creator by Rolling Stones Magazine, is Amelia Dimoldenberg a culture vulture?
Dilemmas and much more