No2EU

Vote No2EU in those regions where candidates are standing in the EU elections.

A vote for UKIP is a vote for even harsher attacks on workers and a double dose of neoliberalism.

A vote for the Tories would be like an illiterate suicide note.

A vote for the Lib Dems would be humiliating.

A vote for Labour would be a vote for the false dream that the rock could be a hard place.

A vote for the Greens despite their sweet election broadcast would be wasted.

A vote for No2EU would take us closer to the position we need to be in when we never vote in another EU election. The EU determines much of our law and politics and economics and social policy, yet as our vote within it means little because the EU is entirely run by the unelected bankers and commissioners, it would be best not to have the false opportunity to cast it at all.

The EU’s latest little bit of fun is to argue alongside the IMF that workers taking strike action in Greece should be locked out and civil service trade unionists should have their facilities withdrawn.

 

 

The Workers’ Party Twitter Feed

Amid a spike in covid infections the US Biden regime, are set to end the moratorium on evictions; 3.6 million face homelessness, while a further 11.4 million live in fear because their families are in rent arrears.
Decent housing should be a right for all
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/7/31/millions-across-us-at-risk-of-eviction-as-covid-surges

Mexico sends ships with medical supplies, food & fuel to Cuba; ignoring the embargo dictated by the regional bullyboys of the USA. President Lopez Obrador suggested Cuba be declared a world heritage site because of their resistance to US imperialism.
https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/3-mexican-navy-ships-ships-en-route-to-cuba-to-deliver-humanitarian-aid/

If Cuba proves that socialism doesn’t work, does Haiti prove that capitalism doesn’t work? (And remember, Cuba is under a 60-yr US blockade while Haiti gets billions in US aid.)

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