If you’ve been a long-term reader of this blog, or if you’re new to Marxism and live in the north west of England, now is the perfect time to join Red Youth and the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist – Leninist). Our comrades meet regularly in groups based in Crewe, St Helens, Wigan, Manchester & Liverpool and you’re very welcome to get along to meet them and see whats going on. We’ve got others in Blackburn, Preston and further north in Southport and we’re hoping to expand our activity and work in 2015 with new weekly and monthly meetings in these areas.
Now is a great time to get involved! If you’re interested, think about getting along to meet some of the group this coming Saturday in St. Helens town centre. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more details.
Members and supporters of the Communist Party gathered in Liverpool to hear a talk given by CPGB-ML Chairman Harpal Brar on the topic of Imperialism and War. Comrades from the Socialist Labour Party also joined the discussions afterwards which followed Harpal’s talk and which carried on for an hour.
All the comrades agreed that there was an urgent need for the working class to develop its own leadership of the struggles against war and austerity rather than rely on the Labour Party bigwigs and their stooges who occupy the higher echelons of the trade union movement. Comrades reaffirmed the urgent need for rank and file trade unionists to fight for the working class within the unions in the face of the mismanagement of our struggles by social democrats and class traitors. The need to build up the Communist Party and revolutionary class leadership was discussed and all the comrades felt that the meeting had made a good contribution towards this work in Liverpool.
A real step forward has been made in Liverpool with new comrades recruited to the CPGB-ML and closer friendships formed with supporters as a result of open, frank discussion and debate. Other branches of the Communist Party will be holding similar public meetings in the new year.
Also this week Red Youth comrades, organised in the Nottingham Trent Uni Marxist and Proletariat Society, held a debate on the topic of Trotskyism or Leninism, between the CPGB-ML and anarcho-trotskyite AWL.
If any other society or group would like to arrange debates or public meetings on either of the above subjects, or other topics, you are welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.