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.
On this Trans Day of Remembrance, we mourn over 350 known trans and gender-nonconforming people whose lives have been tragically lost over the past year to acts of transphobic, transmisogynistic, anti-Black, and anti-Indigenous violence.
We do not believe that the US – nor the other imperialists – can be convinced to “Step Back” as the No Cold War letter calls for. Imperialist war is an economic imperative, and only the revolutionary struggle can put a stop to it.
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 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.
And so we warn you: in the years to come, you may be asked a question. You would do well to prepare. First, they came for the elderly, the disabled, the migrants and the chained. What did you do?