I’m really excited about what I’m calling the digital apocalypse. […]
I believe that your culture is schizophrenic, scared of itself, post-heroic, and is unwilling to deal with the idea that people will have guns again—somehow like it’s a feature of Britishness.
I think that’s absurd and I can show you that it’s disappearing. […]
I’m saying that your future will have these as a feature irrevocably, from now to eternity, and this is something that’s bleeding into the present. […]
Welcome. Things are changing. Nationalism doesn’t mean what it used to mean; you’re not just safe there on your island kingdom with all your little security cameras.
I think in the future security and defense will be distributed, in the hands of the people, where it belongs. And that consent of the governed will be a real thing again, not just something we kind of pay lip service to.