UK. The leaders of the Peasants’ Revolt, Wat Tyler, Jack Straw and John Ball were angry. But Johanna Ferrour was fucking livid!Continue reading Class War Daily 2 July 2020 – The Peasants’ Revolt: Johanna Ferrour
CW’s Note: It’s with a very huge delay that we finally post here our second bulletin focused on the struggles known as the “gilets jaunes” movement, bulletin we initially published in… November 2019. This material was ready in English much sooner but meanwhile the Covid-19 pandemic and the lock-down measures imposed by the capitalist State slowed down in the meantime our activities in process. We are nevertheless sure that the analysis and information contained in this bulletin are still valid and relevant for the further episodes of the class war waged by the revolutionary proletariat against its everlasting enemy, i.e. the bourgeoisie and the capitalist social relations… Have a good reading!Continue reading Class War 10/2019: “Yellow vests”
“A hundred castellanoes are as easily obtained for a woman as for a farm, and it is very general and there are plenty of
dealers who go about looking for girls; those from nine to ten are now in demand.”
Those are the worlds of Columbus wrote in 1500 to Doña Juana de la Torre. To secure his second expedition with the
promises “slaves as many as they shall order to be shipped,”.
Bristol. UK. Yesterday, a mob of angry Bristolians finally knocked the statue of Edward Colston – one of the country’s most prolific if little known slave traders – off his city centre perch and unceremoniously dumped the ugly piece bronze junk in the city docks as an ecstatic crowd cheered on.Continue reading Class War Daily 8 June 2020: “Racists! Get in the sea!”
UK. The names and places have changed but it’s the same story, murderous cops trying to smash up the community who are tired of their shit. Class War reported on the 1985 Brixton riots as active participants. and were back out the day after slinging Class War on the same streets.Continue reading Class War Daily 3 June 2020: “We fight these bastards with all our strength with bricks and petrol bombs”
UK. And it surely has – I doubt if he’ll be doing his nonchalant tennis jumper over the shoulder look for a few days or he’ll be found upside down hanging from a petrol pump, the fragrant Mary Wakefield alongside.Continue reading Class War Daily 26 May 2020: “Rage is a great step forward from indignation”
UK. No I don’t mean our comrades from Stoke Newington in the 1970’s but the relatives and friends of the 50,000 who have died from Covid-19 and often due directly to cackhanded and woeful government policies.Continue reading Class War Daily 22 May 2020: What is to be done?
UK. It is only now that we are against the Tories and that you see that we could have mobilised unions to protect their staff much earlier – on the buses as well as the trains.Continue reading Class War Daily 20 May 2020: Where have all the lefties gone – Bob Crow: The left’s lost leader fondly remembered at Tolpuddle
The UK is rife with leeches who suck the blood, sweat and tears out of the working class. 147 of them are Billionaires and they sit on £490.687,000,000. To put that in perspective it’s estimated that it would take £5.7 Billion in the first year
to end world hunger with that number radically dropping each year after that, ending poverty the world over? An initial investment of just £218 billion. Thinking closure to home? It would cost just £70 billion to safeguard the working class and maintain financially supported furlough until October.
UK. The Tory government seems obsessed with getting kids back to school for a few weeks when we all know that this will spread the virus and threaten our loved ones. They are pressing for schools to open on June 1st. Today it is quickly
becoming apparent that their plans are unravelling because people have had enough.