Wednesday, 11 May 2011
What Is to Be Done?
The Broad Left have to do everything that can be done to destabilise the ultra-right coalition as first priority as the Tories have no mandate for the cuts that’s the first duty. The Liberal coalition partners will pay heavily for putting Cameron and Osborne in Downing Street and that’s what they deserve. Ed Miliband’s job then is to lead Labour as the political, economic and ideological alternative, whether he or his party are fit for the purpose isn’t up to the Broad Left mass movement it’s up to the rank and file of the Labour Party. The job of Broad Left activists is to oust this right-wing administration. The cracks are starting to show and we have a duty to the sick, disabled, unemployed, low paid and those facing redundancy from the Tory/Liberal cuts to make those cracks shear apart, If not now when?