Ditch Labour, fight for workers’ rights

Posted: November 1, 2016 by Admin in At the coalface, Class Matters, Mass resistance, Occupying workplaces, Workers history, Workers' rights
In May/June 1968 French capoitalism was shaken by factory occupations, university occupations, mass militant street protests and barricades; we need this fighting spirit now

In May/June 1968 French capitalism was shaken by factory occupations, university occupations, mass militant street protests and barricades; we need this fighting spirit now

Some articles on what strategies might be a lot more useful than subordination to the capitalist Labour Party:

CTU class collaboration strategy fails workers

On the EPMU-SFWU merger and the unions we need

Which way forward for workers and unions

This is an Australian piece, but also very relevant to the NZ situation: What will it take to rebuild the unions?

When workers occupy

 

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Comments
  1. Alan Scott says:

    Finally! Are Labour voters at last waking up to the reality that they have long since been sold out. Better late than never!

  2. Admin says:

    Well, this blog has always opposed Labour as we did in our predecessor print forms. I think a lot of workers have fewer illusions in Labour than the left does, however.