Dog Politics

People say they are unhappy with the current state of affairs and choose to keep at being upset in the warmth of their mortgaged homes. As long as there isn’t a real shortage of food, a shortage of electricity, as long they are allowed to own a car and a TV, they can easily abandon the right to speak up, hoping that the political elite will do something, anything for that matter, to put things right. But what so many cannot seem to grasp is that the elite is in it for itself, not for the greater good. And once people renounced their entitlement, it will take more than a revolution to reclaim such a right. By the end of the day, nobody has known a slave trader ready to give up their business plan for the sake of an idea.


Photograph: @John Stadnicki, ‘Orio al Serio’ 2016


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