Yep. Labour's Indeed Fucked.

Looks like these are the five candidates who made it thus far as Corbyn's potential successor. I can't see any of them endearing the party to the working class.

If this doesn't impress on us the need for a united Workers' Party, based on a socialist platform, I don't know what will.

 
Looks like these are the five candidates who made it thus far as Corbyn's potential successor. I can't see any of them endearing the party to the working class.

If this doesn't impress on us the need for a united Workers' Party, based on a socialist platform, I don't know what will.
How about the...Socialist...Workers'...Party?
 
How about the...Socialist...Workers'...Party?
Many of those bourgeois sellouts buggered off to join the Momentum effort, so the Swappies are reduced to a sectarian student faction. Others have joined with the Committee for a Workers' International and some Irish group, and then forming a loose alliance with Socialist Alternative, which itself recently formed by expelled members of the Socialist Party.
 
Sir Kier Starmer and Lady Nugee....

cleariy the party of the working man
 

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Many of those bourgeois sellouts buggered off to join the Momentum effort, so the Swappies are reduced to a sectarian student faction. Others have joined with the Committee for a Workers' International and some Irish group, and then forming a loose alliance with Socialist Alternative, which itself recently formed by expelled members of the Socialist Party.
And presumably a few splitters are now with the People's Front of Judea (Officials)?
 
Sir Kier Starmer and Lady Nugee....

cleariy the party of the working man
Yep. Un-bloody-believable. Everyone knows the leadership are upper-middle-class establishment types who are going to maintain the status quo, albeit with an authoritarian taste.

And presumably a few splitters are now with the People's Front of Judea (Officials)?
Nope. You're thinking of either Socialist Resistance or the Socialist Labour Party. The latter has been a bit short of cash since 1989, for some unknown reason.
 
Looks like these are the five candidates who made it thus far as Corbyn's potential successor. I can't see any of them endearing the party to the working class.

If this doesn't impress on us the need for a united Workers' Party, based on a socialist platform, I don't know what will.

Yay.

Another Labour Party thread.
 

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