How Labour’s (2017) General Election Defeat Continues to Haunt the Ordinary British People


The rightwing Tories represent the corporate establishment – that is middle and upper class cultural and business interests. This includes the non-payment of personal and corporate tax, and the rejection of any form of re-distributing wealth amongst the Working Class. in-short – the Tories represent a complete and total rejection of any form of Socialism and empowerment of the ordinary workers within a capitalist society. The Labour Party has not advocated Class Revolution since the early years of its inception (in the late 19th century), and even then such calls were half-hearted. When Socialist Members of the Labour Party renamed themselves ‘Communists’ around 1921 (in solidarity with Lenin’s Russian Revolution), they were expelled from the Labour Party – never to be re-admitted. This is why Labour’s call for Socialism remains thoroughly bourgeois in nature, and amounts to a collaboration with the forces of capitalism – rather than its over-throw. Even with this substantial compromise, however, the Conservative Party will not even consider what amounts to a ‘minor’ and downward re-distribution of wealth that would leave the capitalist system intact, and class privilege firmly in place. To this end the Tories are busy carrying-out two broad policies to prevent Jeremy Corbyn becoming a ‘Socialist’ Prime Minister: 1) mimicking certain peripheral Labourite policies (in an attempt to take votes away from Labour), and b) continuing unabated (and in an accelerated fashion) to ‘privatise’ the NHS and dismantle the Welfare State (inaccordance with EU legislation). As these services are cut, the tax-burden is not reduced, but continues to increase and be gathered by a bourgeois government that is re-distributing wealth in an ‘upward’ direction (through tax-cuts) – making the wealthier even richer in a manner that is quite pointless to the health of the British nation. In the meantime, the Tory government is using this ‘stolen’ wealth (paid for by the Working Class), to rage imperialist wars in support of US neo-colonial foreign policies (generally in securing oil supplies and revenue). What a despicable political party these Tories represent – which will not even allow a highly compromised version of Labourite Socialism to make life at least ‘tolerable’ for the majority of ordinary people in the UK – whilst the rich continue to live their lives of debauchery and excess.

Poppies Support Capitalist Crimes


The British armed forces have been used for hundreds of years as a tool of oppression, solely by the middle and upper classes that have controlled this country, and exploited the working class as economic and military canon fodder.  The working class has been historically placed in the position of having to militarily support and defend the very capitalist system that exploits them on every front, whilst extending that capitalist system out of the British Isle and across the world, co-opting, raping and murdering other people into forcibly adopting a life of continuous oppression and exploitation.  The ordinary soldiery of every nation, is of course comprised of the working class separated into artificially competing camps by the bourgeoisie, defined through the false notions of ‘race’ and ‘nationhood’ – exactly the same notions that are used by such rightwing (and warmongering) charities as the British Legion, Help the Heroes and other such apologists for British (racist) nationalism.  It is interesting to note that these type of war-supporting charities never criticise the Tory government, and neither do they campaign against the government cuts in veteran benefits and medical care.  When a veteran dies of hunger or neglect, these rightwing charities remain ‘silent’ on the issue, whilst perpetuating the propaganda that it is the general public that must now ‘pay’ for veteran care.  The British public already do this through taxation, but the disturbing fact is that these rightwing charities link the financial support for veterans to the ‘agreeing’ to the racist politics that underlie the wars that they have been forced to fight by successive UK governments.  It is the responsibility of the UK government to support the veterans it has already used to pursue its short-sighted and destructive military and political aims, and not the general population from which these veterans have been drawn.  Furthermore, the UK government should be held directly responsible for the capitalistic and murderous wars it starts around the globe, and the millions of innocent people the British armed forces have been ordered to ‘kill’.  Wearing a poppy is nothing less than supporting capitalism and imperialism, and has absolutely ‘nothing’ to do with ‘respect’ for British military veterans.  If the British government really respected the young working class men and women it routinely sends to fight and die in foreign lands, then it would not have cut veteran benefits or medical in the first place.

Memorial to the Stupidity of Capitalists

Dedicated To US Communists

Julius and Ethel Rosenberg – Executed on the 19.6.1953

Lee Harvey Oswald – Murdered 24.11.1963

Paul Robeson (1898-1976) – Persecuted US Communist

The Millions of Others Who Die Isolated and Alone in the US System

The rightwing Christian, capitalist, gun-loving Republican George W Bush, in 2007, dedicated a fascistic statue in Washington, supposedly for the ‘Victims of Communism’ (which was originally agreed to by Democratic President Clinton in 1993).  This has been part of a far-wider assault on post-Soviet Russia, and the continued attempt by the US to undermine and destroy Communist China.  The moronic nature of the George W Bush can be seen categorised in the above Youtube clip, but this apparently inherited stupidity can be seen in his father – George HW Bush – whom when President of the USA in 1991 (whilst warmongering in the Middle East), annulled the 1975 UN Declaration that Zionism is a form of racism.  The economic system of capitalism kills people every single second around the world, but this killing is ‘normalised’ through the auspices of bourgeois sentimentalism, bureaucracy, denial, fabrication, racism, greed, naked stupidity, and exploitative domination of the middle class over the working class.  Killing, when perpetuated by the capitalist system, is invertedly justified in the minds of the bourgeois through the distorted logic that those who have needlessly died at the hands of the capitalist system have brought it upon themselves.  Capitalism describes the avoidable death it inflicts on all peoples, as being a matter of ‘personal choice’.  In other word, the victims of capitalism (involuntarily) chose their own deaths.  The capitalist continues to live in his or her palace of luxury which is built on the broken backs of the workers.  Nothing the middle class possesses has been made by it, but has been forcibly produced through the exploitation it inflicts upon the workers. As capitalism is premised upon inequality, injustice, and brutal exploitation, workers across the world are killed daily in a number of ways.  Rich countries militarily attack and destroy the poorer or weaker countries, killing hundreds of thousands or millions as a result.  The middle class in one country continuously attacks its own domestic working class as it drives the work-force to produce ever greater quantities of products for ever smaller levels of pay and poorer living conditions.  The middle class does this to minimalize out-goings and increase (and retain) monetary profit for themselves.  Workers can die in this way because there will always be more workers desperate to take their places in their eternal struggle to earn a crust.  Workers who fall through this exploitative system (for various reasons) end-up dying of exposure or hunger living homeless on the streets.  This is why a ‘Memorial for the Victims of Capitalism’ would have to be immense, because the sheer scope of its victims is growing all the time, and never ends.

It is capitalism that kills the working class and it is Scientific Socialism (Communism) which, as an antidote to middle class greed, brings capitalism to an end by evolving its structures into Socialism.  Socialism does not destroy capitalism, but simply transforms its existing manifestation into a working class-friendly form of existence which sees political power transferred from the minority middle class and into the hands of the majority working class.  This is the Socialist development of true ‘democracy’ that puts the power into the hands of the majority of people within society.  This is the working class taking power for themselves, just as in centuries past, the bourgeoisie fought ruthless and bloody wars (which killed millions around the world) to establish their hegemony of capitalist exploitation over the toiling masses.  The bourgeois capitalists, of course, ruthlessly took power from the upper class, its aristocracy and its absolute monarchs.  This process devastated traditional hierarchical societies and caused untold misery and death, and yet today, the bourgeois capitalists present their system of exploitation as being both ‘natural’ and ‘just’ when it is historically neither.  Capitalism kills those suffering under its dictates every single second, but as it controls education and the media, the capitalists ensure that the working class are kept in an ignorant and fearful state, and that they are fed a continuous stream of lies to encourage a hatred toward Socialism – the very philosophy designed to free the working class from its oppression.  To achieve this, bourgeois propaganda feeds a steady stream of lies, distortions, disinformation, and fabrications regarding the history of Socialism and Communism.  The bourgeois know well that their capitalist system indiscriminately ‘kills’ all the time, and they are terrified that the working class will find this out for themselves (through Socialist-inspired self-education).  To counter this threat to capitalist hegemony, the bourgeoisie must import in Communist history a paradigm that does exist.  This is the projection of the murderous practises of capitalism which are super-imposed upon Communist history, so that the habitual ‘lying’ of capitalism is fallaciously presented as the main element of Communist ideology.  The capitalist distortion of Communism, therefore, ‘inverts’ and ‘distorts’ both Communism and its history into something it is not.  For the bourgeoisie, Communism is presented as an inferior version of capitalism.  One that will ‘kill’ the workers in a more intense fashion than the capitalist system they already exist within.  This is a simple but effective method for controlling poorly educated workers who struggle to survive in everyday capitalist existence.  As Communism ‘frees’ the workers (body and mind) from the trap of capitalism, the bourgeoisie must attack it incessantly as a means to protect their own power and prevent a Socialist revolution from taking place.  This policy of deception and lies may work for a time, but it cannot work forever.  Eventually the historical force of dialectical manifestation will alter the circumstance radically so that even the greatest of bourgeois lies will be seen through by even the simplest of people.  As matters stand today, Communists see through bourgeois duplicity already and are fit to lead the masses out of the capitalist morass.

The capitalists are rapidly running-out of ideas to hide the true murderous nature of their system.  The anti-Communist statue in Washington is a copy of the statue that students raised in Beijing in 1989.  However, the US and BBC narrative that a ‘massacre’ happened in Tiananmen Square was scuppered in 2011, when the rightwing British newspaper the Daily Telegraph reported that through wikileaks it was proven (through dispatches from the US embassy in Beijing to the government in the US) that NO massacre occurred in Beijing.  The idea that a ‘massacre’ occurred was a concoction by US President Ronald Reagan and UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and was perpetuated through the BBC.  This was part of a broader CIA-initiative to bring-down the Soviet Union and Communist China in one fell swoop.  In the case of China this anti-Communist propaganda did not work, and the reality is that the students who gathered in Tiananmen Square were protesting in support of their Communist government and against Western attempts to interfere in their chosen way of life.  Again, the stupidity of capitalists has been exposed.  Just four years after the raising of the anti-Communist, anti-China statue in Washington by George W Bush, it was exposed for the fraud that it is.  This might explain why only Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania openly endorse, alongside the illegitimate regime in Kiev.  What links these regimes together?  They are all areas of US and UK-backed neo-Nazi regimes, or resurgent neo-Nazi Movements instigated to harass Russia on her borders, and to confront the compassion of Socialism with the terror of fascism.  Capitalist have power, but as demonstrated, they are not that clever at all.  The working class possess the greater collective wisdom to transform society for the better and evolve humanity to a higher level.

Further Reading:


Victims of Capitalism Memorial Foundation

US Fascist Anti-Communist Statue




Brixham – Torbay Anti-Austerity (8.29 mile) Walk – 18.7.15


During the 2015 General Election in the UK – the Stagecoach Bus Company had their drivers carry adverts for the racist United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) on their buses in the Torbay area (and elsewhere in the UK). Not only this, but many local companies (including hotel chains) in the area, openly advertised the far-right UKIP – despite the fact that these very same companies make hundreds of thousands of pounds from foreign tourist every year. Another example of how the far-right mentally controls Torbay is seen in the regular occurrence of disabled people barred from cafes and restaurants in the area because they are in a wheelchair, have a facial disfigurement or learning difficulties, etc. This bastion of far-right, racist and fascist attitudes is compounded by an air of unchallenged Eurocentricism, a local press (Herald Express) that is run by the racist Daily Mail, and a local police force that is known for its apathy when asked to deal with crimes of discrimination. In this regard, the psychological attitude of this rightwing enclave in South Devon lags far behind the more progressive and advanced city areas of the UK. Torbay is institutionally racist, and controlled by a minority of conservatively minded people who have moved into the area to ‘retire’ – bringing their money and bigoted viewpoints with them. Many of these ‘white’ people state that they come to Torbay to ‘escape’ the multiculturalism of the cities! This attitude was challenged today as many of the 200 or so that gathered in Brixham, did so because they were motivated by a general dislike for these discriminative attitudes and the austerity measures initiated by the ConDem Coalition in 2010 – and continued by the newly elected Tory Administration earlier this year. This is in recognition that the rise of fascism is inherently linked with the sudden and dramatic increase in poverty bought about by ‘austerity’. These people were brave because they gathered together in a backdrop of an establishment that continues to be highly aggressive to any form of Leftwingism or notions of the redistribution of wealth. Money that belongs to the wealth of the nation – that is to the majority Working Class – has been stolen from the masses and given into the hands of the greedy bankers, the uncaring middle class, and an arrogant upper class that is waiting for the ban on fox-hunting to be lifted by their Tory chums. What happened in Torquay today was unique and revolutionary! Although the hundreds that gathered my not have seen eye to eye on every facet of political ideology, there was a general consensus that what is going on in the UK is morally and politically wrong. Why should the Working Class be punished for the mistakes made by the greedy bankers? There are Tory enclaves all over the UK – signified by a minority of small-minded and petty people that keep the majority Working Class in their respective areas both culturally and economically impoverished. In this general state of exploitation and oppression, many through a lack of basic education, turn to the far-right, become embroiled in pointless crime, and descend into highly negative modes of existence. This is the final crushing of the Workers – as every avenue of hope is taken from them. The Leftwing Movement must fight the rightwing, that is for sure, but it must also try and rescue the workers who have already gone under, and who have sunk into the mire of despair. A Worker that is rescued from this mire regains self-respect and will undoubtedly reject the far-right and any form of conservatism as being incompatible to his or her class interests. We marched not for the racist bigots who control Torbay – they already have their rights and privileges – but for the ordinary and oppressed who usually have no say.  Please see the ‘Update’ at the end:




















UPDATE: This is the message of disgust we have sent to the organiser of the Torbay anti austerity march. This person actively allowed a UKIP member on the anti-austerity march – and then encouraged his rightwing friends in Torbay to insult my partner and daughter. The world of politics can be a dangerous place – particularly when white racists pretend to be revolutionary left-wingers! Torquay is a racist place and this racism must be fought. We marched with the Red Flag – we are proud of that!  20.7.15

Dear Mr Nick Slater

Please be advised that my father has been deeply disappointed and sadden by your support for the racist UKIP – as has the rest of our family.  This has been compounded by the rightwing post of support that you made about the UKIP representative you allowed on the march – and the racist comments this has attracted against my partner and daughter from your rightwing ‘friends’ in Torbay.  As you are obviously pursuing a rightwing political narrative crudely disguised as ‘Socialist’ (behaviour typical of Trotskyites) –  neither my father, nor our family can continue to support you.  I will, instead be writing a very different article for the national press.  We marched for the ordinary people of South Devon (and elsewhere) who live on housing estates and not country estates.  Who suffer oppression on a daily basis from the national government, DWP, local council, Social Services, corporations, the judiciary and indifferent law enforcement. I think the duplicitous attitude that prevailed throughout the march can be easily explained by this article from the Morning Star.

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