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.
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’.
Trans healthcare, already woefully inadequate prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, has been stretched to breaking point. The Pandemic has left trans people across Britain without access to essential medical care. We need a socialist system based on bodily sovereignty and informed consent.
The government's methodical cull of the elderly and disabled is ongoing. We are forced once again to rally our supporters against this monstrous human sacrifice, at the altar of capital.
The COVID-19 crisis has brought about a lockdown. Commentators have rushed to describe the effects that these new circumstances are having on us as we are confined to our homes, experience the days
The British government’s ability to wield the virus by bureaucratically weaponising these systems of oppressive dependency is a move towards ever increasing productivity and standardisation.