It’s rather a grim scene at the moment and it will get worse and worse. In my opinion the only way to fight the injustices that are taking place within British communities is to ignore the left wing groups because they are defiantly and most certainly never going to achieve anything. We must create another libertarian dialectic, which is more in tune with today’s modern world. I’ve witnessed deplorable behaviour by the so called far left. I’ve seen opportunist members of left wing political parties buy expensive media and computer equipment using funding which has been given to them in the name of their party and keep that equipment well out of the reach of other members of their party who want to use it to fight social injustice in their community. No wonder the people who put this site together get fed up with left wing party political idiot opportunists who want to use the site to bleat on about their useless left wing parties. I’ve had my belly full of these attention seeking party political activists who are always looking for ways to get noticed by the leaders of whatever left wing group they are members of.
Altruistic activist need to fight injustice as campaigners for “social justice”.
What dissidents need to do is go into the community to try and educate the community about the way local government operates and how it’s senior civil savants (council officers) perpetuate the agendas of the oligarchic dominant culture that exists within civic society. I know it is a seemingly impossible task because the very people we are trying to enlighten are their own biggest enemy. School brainwash the kids with a hidden curriculum that indoctrinates them to conform to that which is being imposed upon them and as such we now have a population that is thoghrally passive.
Take a look at this email I received today from a resident board member of a New Deal for Communities initiative and see how oppressive council officer really are. It’s really; this poor woman cannot see that she is just banging her head on a brick wall.
Please don't give up Mick! You are doing a great job. I am in a similar
position: being branded a troublemaker. Except people forget that I
don't criticise anything unless I have an alternative suggestion. This
way it puts people who are paid to do come up with solutions in an
awkward position to keep their jobs worth and they don't like it! It's
far more satisfying!
The situation is Nottingham isn't anywhere near as blatant as what you
have in Liverpool but it has suffered in terms of delivery from too much
heavy-handed government interference.
At the City Council end of things, they have just got a yes vote for an
ALMO and have been trying to set up a board of 12 but despite sending
out hundreds of application packs have only had 13 applicants! At least
30 tenant's sounding board/tenants forum members have signed a petition
explaining why they wouldn't apply which was due to the small print
which asked for consent to investigate financial records and do criminal
checks. People thought it was an infringement of their civil liberties.
They feel they are being asked to sign their life away as another bit of
the document binds them not to discuss ALMO related stuff with anyone
who isn't a member. Everyone knows ALMO's are backdoor privatization and
that the money is only really a loan which the government will claw back
no doubt through high rents. What alternatives are there to this wicked