I really don't understand why the oppressed have to go through the humiliation to physically go to stand in a line and get a few pennies to live on. I really don't get why the benefits cannot be put on the accounts of people who are jobless, most likely because the humiliation is a calculated part of the bourgeois State.
where abouts in london are you cde?
thank you, i love different types of music. im also in the south east, i used to go into london loads but hardly ever have the money these days
the mangrove steel band arose out of the political movement in the 50s . lots of youth have got a lot out of being in the band- a form of "intervention" if you like for some of the youth - nice to know its still going strong
Here they are before they won this year
dont know where you live but here is a little bit of this years carnival for you [i love steel bands]
ahhh yer i went one year it was fantastic
ah yeah, fortunately i dont live in london, but i didnt hear anything about this? xx
hope you're good btw
i think your last poston that thread was a really good one ... thanks for writing that. of course i know all of that, i just get a bit upset, especially with the fact that the state seems to view property and "order" as being more important uusally ...
Thanks for the music!
The Border Fox