THE EUROPEAN UNION HAS ALWAYS BEEN A WEST EUROPEAN UNION OF THE SIX NEW IMPERIAL STATES.
THE EAST EUROPEAN CAPITALIST STATES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN SUBORDINATE TO IT AND
IT IS THIS WHICH HAS SPAWNED THE SO-CALLED MIGRANT CRISIS.
THE CONTINUING EXPANSION OF THE NEW IMPERIAL EUROPEAN UNION INTO EAST EUROPE IS NOT BEING CHALLENGED IN THE UK.
1 9 4 5 – DECLINE OF NATIONAL ONE PARTY FASCISM – 2 0 1 5
International Social Colonialism
In the election of 1945, the so-called ‘War Against Fascism’ began to be presented by the ‘Marxist-Leninist’ leaders of Communist social democracy as resulting from the Comintern decision to bury the theory of social fascism. As a result, following the dissolving of the Stalin/Comintern in 1943, no re-assessment of that theory was ever considered in the light of changing objective conditions.
It was stressed that the success of ‘The People’s Front Against Fascism and War’, their popular front of the time, had created the opportunity in the United Kingdom for their Communist Party of Great Britain to forge an accord with the party of the inherently reformist trade unions and its reformist social democratic Labour Party.
However, during this period, the supranational, imperial United States took advantage of its supreme victor status by extending its own Colonialism against Self-Determination, particularly in the Middle East where, with the decisive help of Labourism in the UK, it installed its mini-clone, state of Israel, with religion and land grabbing becoming the driving force in Palestine for the ethnic cleansing of the indigenous people, in the same way that America had done in its drive Westwards after their War of Independence.
The role of reformist social democracy had already been effectively enacted in the US through Roosevelt’s New Deal of the pre-war years and had also constituted the first step in the creation of a Social Imperial Labour Aristocracy, which was soon to replace the National Labour Aristocracies of the old Colonialism.
The stage was also being set for what was to come – chaos wars for regime change in order to create subservient capitalist states bound to the World Order of the New Imperial and, in this, the special services of resurgent National Fascism would be utilised.
The United Kingdom, the only imperial, victor state in West Europe, took the lead in the development of the West European labour aristocracy. To do this, it entered into a special relationship with the United States that was negotiated by the Labour Party leader of government, Clement Attlee, which enabled the Labour Party to claim credit for the development of public ownership and the creation of the welfare state, both of which were in the particular interests of the capitalist ruling class at that time.
As to be expected, this was supported by the trade unions but, more significantly, by the Communist Party of Great Britain which had tied itself firstly to the Stalin/Comintern and, about turn denial of the correct theory of social fascism, and even did so when the Labour Party took a leading role in the founding of the New Imperial, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation in 1949.
The continuing practice of Democratic Capitalist Centralism, with leader and opposition, combined with the denial of the theory of social fascism was encompassed in a strategy by the leaders of the ‘Marxist-Leninists’ for organisational accommodation to reformist social democracy. This led to the disintegration of ‘Marxism-Leninism’ in the United Kingdom, into the wilderness, for the working class, of sectarian factions, each competing to be recognised as the vanguardist leadership of the working class.
The Communist Party of Great Britain had followed the Soviet Union in the political romancing of the industrial workers and their unions. Its leaders ignored Lenin’s dictum that variations in the relationship to the means of production of members of the Party should be effaced. They bestowed instead a divisive, favoured status on members who were trade union leaders and put forward the notion that the trade unions were capable of leading the working class from the front, which of course they were, but always and only in a reformist direction.
Instead of establishing a principled demarcation from the Nato Labour Party UK from which to seek principled cooperation in defending the basic interests of the whole of the working class, they sought to push Labour to the Left with the help of the Labour so-called Left – witness Miliband yesterday and Corbyn today.
In so doing, they ignored the objective reality of the corporate government of the Nato Labour Party UK. Workers in the labour movement were encouraged to believe that Capitalist Public Ownership was primarily for the benefit of the working class and that the Capitalist Welfare State, being the result of their political agitation, was their creation.
The contribution being made by the oppressed workers abroad was largely ignored. Any concern was focussed on anti-imperialist solidarity with uncritical adoption of the views of nationalists as was particularly evident with South Africa and Palestine whereas, it was absolutely necessary to focus on the New Imperial State of the United Kingdom itself.
After six years in Government, the Labour Party was relegated to the Opposition, but the Conservative Party continued with public ownership and the welfare state and this has clearly revealed that Corporate Government has changed, from the National Fascism during the inter-imperial war divisions of the 1930’s to the International, under the imperious supremacy of the supranational United States and its Emperor Presidents.
The leaders of the labour aristocracy of the UK however still persisted in their denial of the theory of Social Fascism and were therefore unable to explain the inherent fascism of the New Imperial.
They constantly referred to Britain rather than the United Kingdom, but only in order to steer the working class away from recognising the integral role being played by the Labour Party in Nato New Imperial.
With all their empty, revolutionary rhetoric, the ‘Marxist Leninists’ , including those in the opportunist Popular Fronts of the People’s Assembly and Left Unity, not to mention their offspring the Stop the War Coalition, are in step with the labour aristocracy base of the New Imperial UK.
Comment Letters of 50 to 100 Words
Refreshed after 10 in number or after one Month
GLOBAL FASCIST RULE