Discussion in 'protest, direct action and demos' started by Idris2002, Nov 25, 2016.
and that makes more sense than most of what trump says...
Tamika Mallory was one of the co-chairs of the Women's March, and she's a damn good speaker.
edit: Forgot this:
Spoiler: A really good interview with three of the co-chairs (also YouTube)
The Countryside Alliance got a fair few out .
Apart from Zizek and the CPGB-ML has any other Marxists or ex Marxists ( as they did for the BNP in the mid 2000s) come out in support of Trump ?
Zizek has backtracked from that...says he was misunderstood
here if anyone can bothered
Is there a link for this?
Not really, just Facebook posts from people I stalk.
I made a claim about the Revolutionary Communist Group on FB supporting trump and now have to find supporting evidence haha!
And you weren't even on about them.
Erm... they are disgusting anti-imperialists though and it's the sort of shit they'd come out with.
Who supported Trump as an anti-neo liberal vote? They did. I just need to find it.
Marching and voting are different things, obvs. People who march come from all over, not just one constituency. Tony Blair knew that so he could look at the march against the invasion of Iraq and think: Nah, that's not a majority.
I'm not talking about voting. Liberalism has delivered us Trump. It requires action beyond street protests.
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The working class organising themselves yes, but I wouldn't restrict it to just trades unionism. Given how weak it currently is.
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