How The Guardian got it wrong on populism

How The Guardian got it wrong on populism



last week the Guardian ran a special week of coverage on populism it was supposed to help us understand movements on the way and delay that I've emerged over recent news and have collectively been dubbed populist but instead it showed us more about the Guardians own ideological stance here's why the people should like laugh of world leaders on a populist scale Immanuel McLeod and Barack Obama are depicted as on the leg of Evo Morales socialist Bolivian Widow this is obviously inaccurate evil of a lays on coming to power nationalized key sections of the Bolivian economy something mckernon Obama would never do more there are hand populist argue quiz asked whether you agree that the government is pretty much run by a few big ingests looking out for themselves but is it really populist to see big business has under-inclusive a democracy or just good sense the quest goes on to ask whether you approve of the free market and retain less vapes off any critique of the way in which our world economy is organized as populist Hillary Clinton with regarding with regard as non populist contributed an article they argued that populism haughty media by ending with freedom of movement across the EU but surely demanding the end of freedom of movement s populace according to the Guardians own logic actually the Guardians quest doesn't even ask any questions about people's views on immigration so we're free markets are deemed untouchable three movement as expendable the Guardians anti populist ideology were render as available as Hillary Clinton is to the view challenges of airport

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