Is this the Maddest Left Group Around? – CPB (M-L).
“There is a budding morrow in midnight.”
Thus endeth the 16th Congress of the Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist), London, November 2012 (Hat-Tip Abu).
It begins with the words,
“A crisis of thought, and of deed. Describing the parlous state of our bleeding country is insufficient alone.”
“Great courage resides within our class, ingenious cowardice also…”
We could not agree more.
“Science must be at the centre of planning a new future for Britain in which all our resources, human and material, will be used for the needs of our people and not used to make profit for capital. In turn this means we must invest in science, teach it more thoroughly in schools and extend those world-beating University departments the government is so keen to undervalue.”
We are informed that the leading cadres of the CPB (M-L) are science teachers in Free Schools.
Say no more.
The Party is firmly against the European Union and says this in no uncertain terms,
“The EU is aided and abetted by quislings in our class who would rather supplicate in Brussels than struggle in Britain.”
“We did not as a people heed the call we as a Party made in 1996 to use the breathing space we could see ahead with a change of capitalist government.”
We did not heed, indeed we did not.
There are some grounds for optimism,
“We should be especially proud of the assertion of Britain and industry represented by the Games’ opening ceremony, and in particular of its subtle defiance. It should be required viewing, and will reveal layers of ingenuity that moaning Thatcherite MPs have missed. The best use of £27 million for a long time.”
““There is a budding morrow in midnight.”
How true, how very true.