London Perspective

London 25/01/18

The irony Cameron’s Big Society did work. It created an ideological bubble a communistic way of life, Living in London to survive people have to share space, transport, food, resources. Austerity and the housing crisis has created a pressure to survive an atmosphere of anxiety.

Social approval here is based on virtuosity towards the group and environment.  Thought crimes are against the flow of modernity and the socialist revolution.

Its that metaphysical interplay between both sides of the political spectrum. You learn about the left from the right and you learn about the left by a fierce critique of one another. In this age of ideological bubbles, political correctness thought criminality it is dislocating discourse, that without making a nuanced understanding impossible. We realise politics is a dance of our own inner psychology that needs each other to exist, Identity politics is the language of global corporate fascism. Were incorrect thoughts are punished by the collective on both sides.

When ideological bubbles burst we are free to see we are not as divided as we first thought.


  1. London’s Socialist Revolution
  2. Ideological subversion
  3. Londons Jungle
  4. Psychedelic fascism
  5. The creative destruction of the left.
  6. Deportation
  7. Who killed Tom Palmer?
  8. Red Victor
  9. Ideological diversity
  10. The troll narrative
  11. Skitzophrenic culture.  
  12. Anti-western idealism.
  13. the state of play.

Stanley Kubrick on Clockwork Orange

“so far from advocating that fascism be given a second chance, warns against the new psychedelic fascism — the eye-popping, multimedia, quadrasonic, drug-oriented conditioning of human beings by other beings — which many believe will usher in the forfeiture of human citizenship and the beginning of zombiedom.”     Stanley Kubrick


I am an independent filmmaker based in London, UK. For the last year, I have been making a feature documentary called “War on the Poor” that looks at the effects of Austerity on people living in one of the most expensive cities in the world. I have also been filming London’s Radical Left and Anarchist communities to understand the political ideologies behind London protest scene.

War on the Poor is due to be released in spring 2017 and updates about this will be posted on my social media.

I am also posting a podcast series of my research into my next film that I am filming this year, about the rise of the right. For episode one featuring Samir Dathi Radical LeftMarxist and his view on the rise of the Alt-Right and Fascism click the research link.

Jay Davies