The words in the Greens Political Programme suggest a recognition of the connection between conflict, profit and the hurt caused to the environment and the people in it. These words ring hollow.
The Green Party are demonstrating their credentials as an aspiring establishment party upholding capitalism and imperialist war.
Up to press the UK government has provided more than £2.3bn of military aid to Ukraine, with £560mn earmarked to the MoD to replenish depleted UK weapons stocks. Yes folks, as UK citizens are dying in hospital car parks because our A&E departments are overrun, and people freeze in their own homes because they can’t afford to heat them, the chief oligarchs who run this country have been sending taxpayers precious money to further their precious proxy war.
A year on and the proxy war and devastation of Ukraine orchestrated by the US led, imperialist NATO bloc, is fully supported by the Labour party.
Soledar was taken at great expense of both Russian and Ukrainian lives, Bakhmut is set to be an even more brutal struggle as Germany buckles to US pressure to deploy tanks to Ukraine. The bloodshed is a most regrettable waste of life to fuel NATO’s drive for expansion and all-out war against Russia and China.
Today we were informed by Conway Hall that our No2Nato booking for 25 February has been cancelled. Conway Hall said it had been subjected to unprecedented harassment over the weekend.
NATO soon marks its 74th anniversary. But for those of us who cherish peace, liberty and fraternity there is little to pop the bubbly over. By Workers GB Writers Group
The UK is the second biggest contributor to Nato. Last year we paid £60 BILLION towards it. For what? We believe Britain would be safer and wealthier outside of Nato.
The danger of world war has never been greater. If the ruling class is unchallenged, it could lead to utter catastrophe..
In November, investigative journalist with The Grayzone, Kit Klarenberg exposed how lobby group, the Independent Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (iSAGE) influenced Britain’s policy decision making during the Covid pandemic