Tuesday, 30 January 2007
In the course of his eye-popping "interview" on The Politics Show (was he drunk or something?), Tony Blair claimed that it was not news that someone in the Labour Party (Peter Hain, to be precise) disagreed with the neocons. Oh, yes it is. In fact, it is news that there is still anyone in the Labour Party at all. And it is certianly remarkable that any such person disagrees with either the principles or the practice of the bourgeois-triumphalist variation on Marxism, Leninism, Trotskyism and Stalinism, mixed in with the toxic brews of Leo Strauss and Ayn Rand, and served up as neoconservatism. If you are such a person, then why are you still in the Labour Party? Why?