The working class are excluded from power by the political stitch-ups that operate both in the UK and the USA.
With the upcoming elections in America, it is plain to all that neither the Republicans nor the Democrats could care a fig for the views of the mass of the population. Both Parties only operate in the interests of the super-wealthy.
On the vast majority of subjects, they are in total agreement, as in the belief in American ‘exceptionalism’ and the need to preserve the levels of stock market prices. The whole government system depends to a very great extent upon worldwide military aggression and the continual upgrade and addition to their vast array of armament.
Basically, the totally corrupt system is owned and run by super-wealthy oligarchs and the ‘play-acting’ of elections is a very thin veneer to a system that is rotten to the core.
When we look at Britain, we have a very similar pattern. Both the Tories and the Labour Party have proved to operate in the interests of the super-wealthy.
We have seen, both in 2008 and much more recently, vast wealth transfers to the top 0.01 per cent by both Parties and in principal, there is hardly a cigarette wrapper’s thickness between their views on most major issues.
One issue that they have diverged over has been membership of the EU.
In his book ‘The shocking history of the EU’, Vernon Coleman has pointed out that the European Union was founded by American appointed Nazi sympathisers after WW11 as a bulwark against further influence in Europe from the victorious USSR.
Why the Labour Party has continually pushed for Britain to remain a member of this totally undemocratic organisation tells its own story.
The Labour Party, which once vaguely represented the British working class, was, many decades ago, sold out to Capitalism and now has been almost totally sold out to the ‘money men’. Labour Party supporting trade union leaders are almost universally in the ‘pockets’ of the British Establishment.
As for other prominent Capitalist Parties in Britain such as the Scottish Nationalists and Ulster Unionists etc., they again generally operate in the interests of the puppeteer ‘money men’ behind the scenes.
The British working class should totally reject these stooge Capitalist Parties, kick them into the stinking sewers of history and think about a bright socialist future where there is Government that represents the interests of the masses and a healthy environmentally progressive future.
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