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  1. dodger
    14th January 2016 08:32

    The EU: why trade unionists should vote to leave

    CPBML Public Meeting, Thursday 11 February, 7.30pm

    Brockway Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

    Loss of sovereignty, privatisation, TTIP, attacks on wages, threats to peace – the EU has been a disaster for Britain, for the working class , and for trade unions. The coming referendum presents an opportunity to break free. Even if the TUC remains tied to the Brussels trough, we can make sure the real voice of British workers is heard. Come and discuss. All welcome.
  2. dodger
    3rd December 2015 18:43
    The war must be stopped
    Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell, desperate to maintain their charade of authority, backed down in the face of opposition not of the people, nor of Labour Party members, but from inside the shadow cabinet.

    Rather than stand on principle and fight for peace, they chose to save their own skins – for the moment – by accepting a free vote which they knew would lead to a government majority. Let Syria be bombed as long as their inept leadership survives for another week or month.

    They had a chance to actually stop Britain going to war, and they bottled it.
  3. dodger
    23rd November 2015 05:20

    Basic Marx: The Working Class and the Capitalist Class


    The following is no more than a basic introduction to how a person’s class is determined and the wider implications of this economic and social arrangement. Marx analysed capitalism in great depth, so the 10 points below are intended as merely generalised starting points. If you find yourself in agreement with these 10 points then you are a Marxist even if you didn’t realise this previously.

    link above to article
  4. dodger
    23rd November 2015 04:55
    Where is the “Middle Class”?

    For Marxists, class is defined by a person’s relationship to the means of wealth creation, whether through production, the only real source of new value, or, through the dominance of finance capitalism, the money markets.
    Link above for full article
  5. dodger
    23rd November 2015 04:48

    The Middle Class today is a phantasm: when it had real meaning it referred to the emerging capitalist class as it was situated in the middle between the Upper Class, the landowning aristocracy, and the Lower Class, the rural and urban workers. Eventually, of course, the Middle Class, the capitalists, became the dominant class in society, the present Ruling Class.

    The concept of a Middle Class survives because it is useful to the Ruling Class, dividing the Working Class against itself. Political pronouncements about the Middle Class dominating education, for example, has been used to break up the education system into academies competing along market lines. Thus capitalism is blatantly entrenched in the schools.

    Link above to full article
  6. dodger
    23rd November 2015 04:43

    If a person’s principle means of livelihood depends on selling labour power then he or she is a worker. It matters not whether that remuneration is called a wage or a salary or comes in the form of benefits, or is paid weekly or monthly.

    This does not mean every member of the working class lives virtually an identical life to all other workers. The working class is stratified according to economic, cultural and social factors, just as the capitalist class has its millionaires, billionaires and trillionaires.

    It isn’t the size of the personal wealth that defines them as capitalists, it is their relation to capital; they own it.

    Link above to read entire article
  7. dodger
    19th November 2015 13:36
    The Great Breakthrough - Soviet Planning versus Capitalism

    CPBML Public Meeting, Wednesday 25 November, 7.30pm

    Brockway Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

    Capitalism is wedded to the anarchy of the market. Socialism is about planning to meet the needs of people and nations – and in the past it has been spectacularly successful. Come and discuss how a planned approach can help rebuild Britain. All welcome.
  8. dodger
    16th September 2015 20:47

    As for Jeremy Corbyn, he will either compromise to the point where he is totally compromised or the political assassins, probably from his own side of the House, will dispatch him. Either way, the British working class will not have advanced one iota by his election.

    Read full article via link above:
  9. LeninistIthink
    15th September 2015 16:54
    So the difference is that Brar and co and is linked to imperialism????
  10. dodger
    15th September 2015 15:16
    EU referendum: first moves

    13 SEPTEMBER 2015

    A referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU will happen within the next couple of years. It was promised in the Conservative election manifesto and Prime Minster Cameron has said it will take place by the end of 2017. The Labour Party initially said it would oppose a referendum unless there were plans for the EU to return powers to Britain. Now it has dropped that stance.

    To read in full--follow above link.

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