“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968


Sunday, 1 February 2015

Cold and wet but not beaten yet.

Despite the rain and cold there was a good turnout for yesterday's march. It was nice to see such a mixture of people taking part and although I doubt how much can be achieved by A to B marches at least it got a few thousand people out on the street. One thing is for sure - there is no more important issue facing London than the housing crisis. There is very little time left. Soon the corporate vampires will have sucked the life blood from out of our city.

1 comment:

Dr Llareggub said...

Good for you. Nothing wrong with A to B marches; the issue is who is in control of them? From what I hear Diane Abbott, socialist contender for London Mayor, was not well received and returned early to her mansion. The objectives of the march were more in tune with working class interests than so many manipulated left demos - Jew haters over Gaza, No platform demos by UAF and Antifa Nazis, and tacit support for sexual abusers of children in Rochdale, Rotherham etc.- all under the anti EDL guise. Time the working class had an organization that supported our interests, not the careers of the professional left. I live half my life in France so I missed this demo, but remain puzzled why no one on the so called left are interested in the French lorry blockades of major roads and intermittent dock worker's strikes. A bit too working class eh.

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