When we've saved democracy from the
middle class attempt to abolish it - then
we have to take back the left from them.
Despite the onslaught from the capitalist and
social democrat media and establishment,
the common people of Britain have stood their
ground to save our democratic rights and the
country's sovereignty from a sustained attempt
to dispose of it and replace it with a capitalist
dictatorship, the EU.
The wider movement and phenomenon of
which the EU is a part will still of course be in
place – the twin peril of global corporate
capitalism, allied to the middle classes who are
its 2nd beneficiaries and who predominate in
the media and in politics.
What concerns us most of course is their
colonisation of the left, of the Labour
movement. This referendum is perhaps the
beginning of the end of their wayward power-
gorged rule, now begins the struggle to win
back control of the left for the working classes,
and to start a progress towards a fair Britain,
from which poverty and gross inequality are
When there was a real left, that project would
have been opposed vigorously as the right-wing
coup that it is.
It looks like the working classes are standing
up to oppose it, just in time.
11th June 2016
|Now For The Next
in the progress to
working class freedom
from middle class
|The middle classes have colonised the left
for too long, and in the EU debate we
have seen the result of it – a left that isn't
even democrat, a left that doesn't think
that working people should have the right
to chose their government, a 'left' that
thinks a capitalist dictatorship, ruled by a
middle class elite, in the interests of
capitalism, is a good thing.