From opposition to proposition

The parasite has nearly killed its host. Nation states which capitalism gave a progressive birth to, are no longer required now it’s in its decrepitude. The answer to this is not to melt down with it, diverted by the illusions either of petty nationalism or wide eyed internationalism. Both lead nowhere and leave capital intact.

Working class opposition to the blitzkrieg of the accumulated effects of neoliberalism have been confined to outdated forms of protest and oppositionism. Social democracy was characterised by a form of listening and large Labour Movement marches and pivotal industrial struggles could not be ignored by Parliament.

Neoliberalism takes no notice of them. It considers them pathetic and irrelevant just as it sees Parliaments as awkward obstacles to its progress.

The universal franchise was always a nuisance to capitalism in Britain, but their way round it has been to supersede it by putting supra national bodies like the EU and a new authoritarianism in government in control.

The will and interests of the majority are structurally kept at bay. Politicians have become advocates of personal or party opinions, not representatives of the people directed by our will. What we believe is needed is a new form of proposition, a new form of government.

We have to move from saying no to saying yes to what we want. This must not be confined to previous forms of economic alternative strategies, though these are essential today, but it is primarily a political question demanding an engaged answer and new machinery of social organisation and government.

The building of a new democracy serving all parts of the country and designed to enact equality, wealth creation and fair distribution of resources, is now an urgent necessity.

Our proposition rests on the ability to make a nation serve the 99% of its people in a new way with the creation of full employment, equality and international solidarity at its heart.

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GMB express concern over jobs of 146,000 staff; as Walmart sell Asda to billionaire Issa brothers & a private equity company. Asda is priced at £6.8 billion, Walmart will still hold a minority stake; £4b is to be borrowed.
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/oct/02/asda-sold-to-billionaire-issa-brothers

Liberals & many on the 'left' exaggerate differences between Trump & Biden; click to see what would make a real difference.
There is no effective “freedom” in a society in which working people live in poverty & billionaires live like parasites.
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10221826359541925&id=1045558919&sfnsn=scwspmo

Biden opposed moves to rebuild Afghanistan, advising a policy of fighting terrorism in the country. He also opposed withdrawal of US troops, which Trump carried out.
https://tolonews.com/afghanistan/biden’s-comments-rile-afghans-internationals

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@theworkerorguk Which international conflicts has biden spoken more violently than trump on? Evidence please.

Biden's regime will hold on to enclaves in the North East and work alongside Turkish invaders, continuing sanctions against the Syrian government. In general, Biden wants US global leadership, which he sees as being diminished by Trump's inconsistencies.
https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/blogs/menasource/limited-and-constrained-the-biden-administration-and-the-prospects-of-a-syria-policy/

Arfasprout@arfasprout

@theworkerorguk Which international conflicts has biden spoken more violently than trump on? Evidence please.

Biden intends to have tighter sanctions on DPRK, and to have stricter preconditions with respect to engaging on talks. The Democrat's president also intends to strengthen an alliance against North Korea. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-biden-northkorea-analysi/biden-on-north-korea-fewer-summits-tighter-sanctions-same-standoff-idUSKBN25G2QO

Arfasprout@arfasprout

@theworkerorguk Which international conflicts has biden spoken more violently than trump on? Evidence please.

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