One of the conclusions in my previous post here is that political activism is a waste of time. It’s counter-productive. It is a tacit agreement to fight a battle on turf that no-one can win on, unless they are a member of a small, wealthy purposeful group. It’s like playing against twelve men, on an away ground knowing that the referee has been bribed and that your opponent’s squad cost £billions to assemble.
What follows are relatively new arguments. They wouldn’t have made sense ten years ago (though some of us were warning about all of this).