Like many things about modern Britain, Christmas is riddled with contradictions. No amount of baubles and tinsel can drown out the nagging feeling that these conflicts — large and small — aren't an unfortunate side-effect but a central feature of the way that our society is structured.
This article contains our response to the consultation paper. The state exists for the purpose of securing exploitation and protecting the capitalists, and that there is no issue over which the state can be safely invited to ‘work with sex workers’.
Sex-worker led organisation SCOT-PEP has branded the latest Scottish Government consultation on prostitution, “Equally Safe”, a “Rapists’ Charter”.
Yesterday Netpol released a report exposing the racism at the heart of the Met's policing of BLM protests in the summer. We present the key findings of this report, and show that the pigs are acting exactly as they're designed to. There's one solution: abolition.
A principled, socialist, and anti-imperialist position can only be to reject the RBL and the Poppy Appeal in its entirety and to identify it for what it is: an ode to British imperialism.
Prolekult’s Camps of Dependence: The Eugenics of Covid Capitalism, Left-Wing Complacency and Disabled Self-Emancipation
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.