Saturday, 2 April 2011

Class War hits the streets of London - Dare to struggle, Dare to Win!

Last Saturday, 26 March saw up to half a million take part in a TUC organised anti-cuts protest in London.

In the aftermath of the protest there has been much controversy about the 700 strong black bloc that broke away from the protest to throw paint at and break the windows of banks, luxury car dealers and the 4,000 a night Ritz hotel in Central London.

Workers Solidarity's Australian correspondent Sean Matthews argues here that a few broken windows was not violence but a legitimate display of class anger and that if anything this was a welcome distraction from the speech of the Labour leader Ed Miliband whose party initiated and imposed cuts and privatisation of public services over the last decade.

Story continues:
http://www.wsm.ie/c/march26-london-riot-anarchist-black-bloc