Cameron, Clegg and Miliband have all made noises about the need for a “government of national unity” in the face of “austerity”. What that really means is turning the unelected minority Coalition into an unelected broad front of all parliamentary political parties: unity of the interests of capital against the interests of the people of Britain, the working class.
We are told that the crisis is so severe, so unsolvable, that only a national government will suffice. The result will be fascism through parliament, and parliament as the mouthpiece of the European Union, ensuring an unelected, unchallenged, permanent dictatorship, like the “technocratic” rule of Greece or Italy.
The present crisis is the result of capitalism’s failure: systematic, prolonged and fundamental. But we, the working class, cannot absolve ourselves of responsibility for this crisis. We have allowed capitalism to go on for so long without destroying it.
The huddling together of failed capitalist states in the European Union is the main source of the attacks on the British working class, which means we have to destroy the European Union. Destroying the EU will enable us to rebuild Britain – the first step in answering every question, query, worry or concern that British workers have about the future.
Reclaim our national assets, rebuild our industrial base, re-establish our health, education and housing services, create employ-ment, rebuild infrastructure, abolish unem-ployment and underemployment, trade with the world, be beholden to no one, threaten no one. All are epitomised in “Rebuild Britain”. ■