In part two Lorraine explores how a principled Left needs to relate to – and work within – the working class in a modern economy in the twenty first century.
In the first part of this two-part article, Lorraine Pratley makes a case for the relevance of the left, in the light of what many would consider its total failure.
Chris R argues the ruling class is not what the Left thinks and is worse than it imagines. The Left’s turbo-charged version of a Davos talk makes them laugh.
“In short, by its facilitation of capitalism‘s construction of the totalitarianism of the Global Biosecurity State – woke is not liberal, and it certainly isn‘t socialist: woke is fascist”
Rusere Shoniwa explains the control grid of 21st century fascism, none other than capitalism in decay: the nexus of supranational global policy makers, the ‘free’ market and the state.
Philosopher Bert Olivier gives his thoughts on his contemporaries buying into the mainstream COVID narrative.
Amy Willows challenges the notion that a state of hypnosis is central to the explanation of mass formation. The second part of this two-part essay is a collaboration between Amy and Rusere Shoniwa.
Covid policymakers have so much invested in masks and vaxxes they cannot admit responsibility for the harm caused, writes Phil Shannon. Get rid of the crazy policies and watch skills shortages shrink to normal levels.
Rusere Shoniwa analyses PayPal’s cancellation of service for Left Lockdown Sceptics and many others. He critiques Toby Young’s defence of his site, The Daily Sceptic (which has since been reinstated).
Rusere Shoniwa argues that it isn’t cognitive dissonance preventing our leaders from acknowledging the calamity of lockdown. Only justice will hold these criminals accountable.