Camps of Dependence is essential viewing, not only for shining a light on how the Tories are getting away with what is effectively a social cull, but also because it lucidly sets out a Marxist account of ableism.
From education, to social care, to justice, Black autistic lives are criminalised and abused; we can and must fight for a world without the inhumanity of capitalism; we must not forget or abandon those whose autonomy is removed in the name of justice.
The opposition that was needed months ago is still needed, and only grows more urgent by the day. For ‘if we do not stand to change this now, then history will not absolve us’.
This is a blatant attack on any and all campaigns for justice for the victims of British imperialism, and another key part of the new shoring up of the legal defences for illegal action. The supposed opposition party has, as always, failed to oppose, and instead decided to abstain.
Education is a tool of ideological reproduction and, looking at the guidance, we can see exactly what the government is trying to reproduce. We stand with those teachers who are continuing the fight to provide a student-oriented and liberatory education.
With a coercive policy and a chaotic U-turn, one thing is clear; we must destroy everything that makes education an instrument of capitalist class rule.