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More and more noxious fumes are being emitted into our political and cultural environment.

Did you know that every time a politician, quango leader or green spokesman opens his or her mouth to speak, hot air escapes and damages our surroundings? Their fossilised views—whether they’re demanding more austerity or tougher security measures that eat away at our liberties—are leaving behind an ugly manmade bootprint on our world.

Future generations are particularly at risk from this hot air—if today’s political pollution is left unchecked, our children’s children’s children will live in a drab world of low horizons, belt-tightening, eco-towns and No Flying.

But do not fear! We can do something about today’s doom-mongering before it reaches boiling point. You can offset the world’s hot air by donating to spiked.

For every pound, dollar, Euro or yen you give, we promise to challenge the miserabilist, miserly and curmudgeonly outlook of today’s illiberal powers-that-be.

It’s easy: simply tot up how much bulls**t you have heard in the past month, and send us the corresponding amount of money to keep such bulls**t in check.

Alternatively, you can make a one-off donation here.

HOW MUCH HOT AIR HAVE YOU HEARD? OFFSET COST
An awful lot and it's choking me
A lot, and it's making me queasy
Quite a bit, and it's getting in my eyes
A bit, and I don't want anymore
All donations are gratefully received—and you have my word that your money will be well spent on cultivating virtual hectares of sensible comment to counter the spread of toxic ideas across society.
Brendan O'Neill, editor

 

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