Despite all of this disorganisation and chaos on the left, however, it does seem that the British working class decided for themselves and delivered a truly ‘crushing’ blow to the capitalist establishment that is still wheeling from its effects. It seems that Labour MP Peter Shore’s message from 1975 finally sank-in!
The British Workers are good people and the majority are not racist. The British workers have delivered a revolutionary result in the EU Referendum. Getting out of the EU is an act of Solidarity with workers all over the world!
As the leftwing of the UK has voted to leave the EU (something UKIP failed to achieve despite blanket media support in the UK) – the rightwing aberration that is UKIP nolonger has a legitimate political purpose, and should be disbanded.
This is believed to be a cowardly insurance policy against any members of the SWP being arrested if the police take a hard line. A particularly odious policy of the SWP is its pretentious ‘anti-racism’. Leon Trotsky was a notorious racist, and it is only the Marxist-Leninist movement that truly opposes racism.
The Labour Party has created the conditions that will see the Conservatives returned to power in October, and their continuation of the dismantling of Welfare and privatisation of the NHS – despite the fact that there is now no EU incentive to follow either of these policies.
This is hardly surprising, as fascism is merely capitalism in decay, and Farage’s racist UKIP movement simply represents an extreme version of already existing conservative viewpoints prevalent among staff at the BBC. Lexit has always acknowledged that genuine migrants are good for the UK, and has always opposed racism – this is why it opposed the EU.