Histomat: Adventures in Historical Materialism

'Historical materialism is the theory of the proletarian revolution.' Georg Lukács

Friday, October 14, 2011

Laying down the law

‘When we see disruption and disorder around marches and demonstrations that otherwise would be peaceful, very often it is groups that have covered up and go in and create disorder on the fringes of these demonstrations...'
Home Secretary Theresa May yesterday - sadly she was not talking about defending the right to protest in the face of the disorder created by groups of covered up police thugs...



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