“Do you think I’m sittin’ here waiting for life, do you know what I’m on?”
It was almost a year ago that Great Britain ( Well not so great Britain) decided that they wanted out of the European Union. A chance to make Britain “great again” . Our Prime Minister quit and then Theresa May took his cowardly place. As if it wasn’t enough that we let an older generation who simply do not share the same evolutionary ideologies as us make the decision for us.
We sob in self pity moaning about how we can’t make a difference to the political bureaucracy of the UK. The simple fact is those who do not use their voice to ignite conversation and inflict change cannot complain about the current political climate of this country. There is a tone missing in this constitutional era and it is the sound of the younger generation. Believe it or not there are countries where fair voting rights simply do not exist. We can no longer blame anyone but ourselves if we do not help make the change that is needed.
“According to history, we started as slaves, family it’s a sham“
Yes the system is set up against those from low-income backgrounds, and yes the system is rigged around social class structure but change will never erupt if we don’t light the fire. Which in this case, under the conservative’s ass. The hierarchical system does not just displace us physically but it also enslaves us mentally. It makes you feel as if you are at the bottom of the food chain and that there is no way to communicate with those who are seen as being at the top. But in fact the gap is smaller than you think, well only if we do it collectively.
The first step is to identify what it is you do not like about our society and how it is run. The second step is to build knowledge around the subject. The Third step is never let the slave mentality stop you from voicing your opinion , or being too smart because it’s not cool. ( People still do this, don’t get it twisted). The nerds in school were the only ones who were truly free. Because they were being themselves, and this is why life gifts them with success. They emit their own energy instead of taking from the universe, this is the key to living life freely.
“Man are in jail for a plant when the government profit off death
I’m a MC but maybe I should’ve been a MP instead”
MC JME from Boy Better Know has been a trailblazer in questioning the legislation of government and the detach from parliament and the youth. He recently sat down with Jeremy Corbyn to discuss why young people don’t vote.
Recently the Liberal democrats pledged to legalise marajuana (legalise the herb!). This would be over seen with a regulated Cannabis market. Which would involve “Single purpose outlets to sell cannabis modelled on pharmacies. Allowing the sale of cannabis to over 18s from specialist, licensed retail stores. It also proposes allowing home-cultivation for personal use and small scale licensed cannabis social clubs.”
I personally do not believe anything that the liberal democrats say , i’ll be fooled once but I won’t be fooled twice. (Remember the coalition with the conservatives, when Nick Clegg went back on his word about tuition fees..yeah exactly). I feel as if this is an agenda to get young people to vote for them. But remember Step 2 build knowledge around the subject.
“Does nobody read what dem man are teachin’, or was that the plan?”
It is important to not get your information on the party policies by watching the news. The media is bias and specific publications and news outlets support & endorse political parties. Look for neutral outlets such as I newspaper. Go on to the Parties official website to read their policies and their 2017 election pledges. Watch as many live debates as possible and do not be afraid to voice your opinion. The tweet that you post, or the post that you share could be the difference in one more person deciding to vote. There will always be skeptical minds that say that voting won’t make a difference but how will we know if we never try. Brexit is a deep pond to step in to. It has the potential to leave us in a greater burden then we are already in. We need a political party that will make decisions for the growth of our generation not hinder us. Everyone’s gone mad if they think we can not make a change to our future.
The last day to register to vote is Monday the 22nd of May. To register visit www.gov.uk/register-to-vote and vote on the 8th of June 2017.