Anyone can change the world, we were out to fix it. Four years removed from a successful campaign to steer the United States in a new, more equitable direction, it was time to shake Europe’s entrenched establishment and bring forth leaders for the people, starting with London, and with a foreign-born leader no less.
However, in departing at the American apex, not only left behind were co-collaborators, co-workers and friends unaware of his secret political activities, he betrayed and deserted some of them. We were hiding behind a Big Smokescreen as well, he feared. It may take more than one mea culpa dance to rake over the past, but does it matter the source of true inspiration and determination?
Surfing the Urban Wave combines pragmatic solutions to municipal drift with antidotes to the throw-away society and confronts one of the most open and democratic public elections with scarcely an opinion poll in sight.