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Remembering Dr. King Read >


 If money, according to Augier,  “comes into the world with a congenital blood-stain on one cheek,” capital comes dripping from head to foot, from every pore, with blood and dirt. Capital Vol 1 chapter 31


” The emancipation of the working classes must be conquered by the working classes themselves. We cannot, therefore, co-operate with people who openly state that the workers are too uneducated to emancipate themselves and must be freed from above by philanthropic big bourgeois and petty bourgeois.”(1879 Marx and Engels )

 Capitalism is war, plain and simple. It’s not just market society with a war on top, it is war all the way down, and can only be properly  understood as such. Peace is a social myth we have constructed to delude or amuse ourselves in our leisure moments eating rat stew in the trenches.  Read more > A. Johnstone

To form an idea or notion with regard to something not
known with certainty…
(Oxford Dictionary)

It has been said that the first victim of war is the truth, but surely the first victim of orthodox education is imagination. From a very early age every worker is taught to be “practical”, “realistic” and stop “dreaming dreams”. And yet imagination is the very act of being human. Read more > R.Donnelly

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