A beautifully argued opinion in the Guardian. Nothing breathless, mean or ill- considered, just a simple spotlight on the simplicity of our affliction. It's not as if Zoe makes an original point, many have been saying much the same for a long time, including many posting here, but it's worth repeating if you can do so eloquently, and it's worth understanding. And if it is a war, then only direct action is going to change it. I wonder if there'll be a general strike during this coming winter and who might organise it? And how many good people will support it? I think rather more than any Conservative or Labour MP would presently imagine.