Thursday, 19 August 2010

Plymouth Right to Work Campaign. What can Exeter Anti-Cuts learn?

On Wednesday evening around fifty trade unionists, political activists, community group leaders and rag tag left-wingers assembled for the launch of the Plymouth Fight-back Against the Cuts. The public meeting was called by Plymouth Trades Council to officially set up a group affiliated to the national Right to Work Campaign.

And it was good. I shan't go into the facts of what was said, because you can read that here:

I'd much rather let you know my own thoughts about the meeting, and what can be learnt from the campaign that Plymouth is launching.

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Exeter Anti-Cuts Alliance

A new grouping is to be formed in Exeter to offer an alternative to the current hegemonic control of the media. This movement will form a base for the discussion of alternative policies and resistance to the ideological programme of the Con-Dem coalition:
Exeter Anti-Cuts Alliance

Sunday, 15 August 2010

The USSR, part 1

I am fed up with people bashing communists because of Stalin. So last century, get over it. No one is going to impose a red terror in Britain, none of us are arguing for British gulags.

So, to shut the morons up, I'm going to write a very brief summary of what I've learnt about the USSR and the Russian Communists. Here goes: