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Royal gangsters strike again

As Prince Philip gives us his less than favourable views on wind farms, he forgets to mention that he trousers a fortune from renting out the 'sea bed' to build them on.

50,000 NHS job losses are the tip of a huge iceberg

The government says that the RCN claims of 50,000 job losses in the NHS are 'typical trade union scaremongering'. 50,000 is an understatement and just the tip of the iceberg.

Don’t you f*****g threaten me Francis Maude

I am getting a bit sick of Francis Maude continually making not so 'thinly veiled' threats against the working class.

The Egyptian Kronstadt

As violence intensifies in Egypt, the new Egyptian dictator accuses the protesters of being counter revolutionary. Are we going to see the Egyptian workers facing their Kronstadt or are they on the verge of a genuine Arab Spring?

A marriage made in the gutter

Rumours of Tommy Robinson leaving the EDL for the British Freedom Party have been premature. In a meeting this evening Robinson officially 'endorsed' the BFP. The details of what this means are not yet clear, but it appears to point to a merger between the two groups. One will be the political arm, whilst the other will be the 'street' organisation.

Where has all my money gone you vile insidious woman?

The great privatisation swindle has meant that we are indirectly paying twice for some services. Successive governments has trousered trillions from the legalised thievery that was made popular by 'that woman'. Where has my money gone, and can I have it back please?

Tommy Robinson to leave the EDL for the British Freedom Party

It has been a badly kept secret, but Tommy Robinson is about to announce he is leaving the EDL to join a group of fascist cranks, the British Freedom Party.

‘Red’ Ed is a clueless fantasist

Ed Miliband has called for a 'new capitalism'. It is of course bollocks

Stay off the crack Gideon

Gideon Osborne appears to have been on the crack again. He has sold off Northern Rock for half of its value to a gangster.

The Pope and his phoney outrage

The Pope is said to be outraged at a new Benetton advert. It is a shame that he is not as outraged by child abuse.

The great supermarket swindle

A brief look at the supermarket plot to dispense of the services of a large percentage of their workers. Where are USDAW is all of this? They are sat in board rooms, chasing peerages, and brown nosing the bosses.

Let’s all vote Labour without illusions

A compilation of four articles written earlier in 2011. It covers all four parts of a brief history of the Labour Party when it was ‘Old labour’. It looks at the years from its inception, up until 1994 when Tony Blair became leader. According to Labour loyalists, these were the ‘glory years’. This was the Labour Party that truly represented the working class, and it is the party that we need to reclaim. The alleged glory years are of course utter bollocks. There is nothing and never was anything to reclaim.

If someone calls you a b***k c**t, just shake their hand

There is no racism in football claims the contemptible Sepp Blatter. He says that if a player racially abuses another then they should just shake hands and get on with it. Is it any wonder that racism in society continues to be relatively acceptable when the celebrity class face no action for their vile behaviour?

Negotiation without the option of a ‘threat’ is called begging

A quick look at scab union 'Voice' and their use of the term 'negotiation'.

Cameron’s control freakery and paranoia

Government ramps up the apparatus of state control ahead of the Olympics, which is part of a wider and more worrying trend.

Boot Boy Bailiffs on the Rise?

A worrying example of bailiffs behaving as violent thugs which NPower believe is legitimate

Royal family and revolting cruelty

The Working Class Self Organisation blog looks at the Royal family's treatment of its own members with mental illnesses before the screening of a new Channel 4 documentary on the same subject.

Scab union that has no ‘Voice'

A brief introduction to the little known teachers union, Voice.