- May 15, 2013 at 7:46 pm
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- I note my comment has been returned to waiting for moderation status. That is fine. We need left unity and I do not believe that TUSC is the finished article. Left Unity can help TUSC move in a better direction, if that is what it wants. This can be to all our benefit. And I don’t mean ‘us’ as individuals, members of groups, but of our class. There is no reason that the left cannot unite in a way that allows us an electoral advance as strong as UKIP’s. That in turn will shake up the entire political landscape, and the terrain upon which the class struggle takes place in the extra-parliamentary sphere: mass strikes, civil disobedience. But it is going to require compromise when it comes to first-past-the-post elections. Sectarianism can become a thing of the past, if that is what we decide we want.
[comment left on Left Unity’s website: http://leftunity.org/to-the-future-to-individual-membership-to-the-people-of-left-unity/]