The politics of distrust

This politics of distrust is a class warfare.

This alienation of each other is a loss of feeling.

This fear of breach is a warning to stay in place.

This urgency of possession is declaration of a contest.


The rejection of competition is a declaration of mutual wellbeing.

The refusal to stay silent is an announcement of autonomy.

The commitment to dialogue is a continuous learning process.

The politics of trust is a radical movement.


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