| Richard Seymour |
(writer, broadcaster, activist, blogger)
|Alma mater||London School of Economics|
Richard Seymour is a Northern Irish Marxist writer and broadcaster, activist, and owner of the blog Lenin's Tomb.
He is the author of five books: "The Meaning of David Cameron" (2010), "Unhitched" (2013), "Against Austerity" (2014), "Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics" (2016) and "The Twittering Machine" (2019).
Richard Seymour is a former member of the Socialist Workers Party, which he left in March 2013. He completed his PhD in sociology at the London School of Economics under the supervision of Paul Gilroy. In the past he wrote a weekly column for The Guardian and has written for the London Review of Books, In These Times, Al Jazeera, ABC Australia, Jacobin and many other publications.
|Document:How to Keep Going During the Next Energy Crisis||Article||25 September 2021||Mike Small||The social chaos unwinding on your forecourts and timelines is the long-term consequence of decades of privatisation, core industries run for profiteering with no thinking about the socio-ecological consequence. As people face mass fuel poverty, the dark irony is that all of these “British” institutions were sold off by the Tories, now desperate to defend the very concept of Britishness they’ve sold.|