Big anti-Cameron demonstration in London, videos

This video from England says about itself:

People’s Assembly March London 16 of April, 2016

I estimated that some 50,000 participants showed for the first People’s Assembly March in London, many furious at the excess of this Tory government and in particular current PM David Cameron, whose lack of transparency and appalling cost cutting measures have put public services in this country at risk of privatization through the back door.

Many in this country are angry at what they see as fat cats taking a mickey at the general public, with unnecessary austerity measures that have hit the poor hardest and aren’t working.

Whilst rich are getting richer, poor are getting poorer, rich won’t pay tax and get scott free to do whatever they want, the poor need to pay tax or go to jail, do not pass go.

Public services, especially the education, healthcare professionals are being hit hardest, asked to work longer hours for a lot less money.

Panama papers and the revelation that 18 out of 21 government ministers have offshore bank accounts, avoid paying taxes whilst demanding the general public to foot the bill for a number of failed polices has angered many to a point that they’re threatening with walkouts and a general strike.

Many unions, including the teachers, nurses and junior doctors and health professionals are demanding for the government to agree on negotiations over wages and working conditions.

Many are demanding David Cameron to resign, and as confidence in Tory government is at all time low, resignation of this government and to call for new elections as soon as this is conveniently possible.

Many see the current Tory government as highly corrupt and dishonest, unqualified to lead or run this country and are demanding changes and ideally resignation of this government. I am one of these countless millions who feels the same.

Government of the people, for the people, by the people, shall not perish from this earth. However this government is for the rich, by the rich, with the rich in mind, Nepotism and Corruption shall not perish as long as Tories rule.

Power to the people!!!

This video from England says about itself:

The People’s Assembly National Demonstration March, London 16-04-2016

Saturday 16th April 2016, Shaftesbury Avenue, Charing Cross Road, St. Martins Place, Trafalgar Square. Unite the Isle Of Wight Politics of Hope caught the coach with Unite Community Portsmouth and District from Portsmouth Hard At 10 am. Owing to heavy London traffic we were 2 hours late but caught up with the back end of the march down Shaftesbury Avenue.

This video from England says about itself:

Junior doctor Mona speaking at People’s Assembly rally, London 16th April 2016.

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  2. Thursday 12th May 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Editorial

    BRITAIN’S empire is dead, but the imperialist mindset lives on.

    It’s the mindset that blames former colonies and semi-colonies for corruption, when the chief corrupters are transnational corporations and governments based in Britain and other imperialist countries.

    Thus Prime Minister David Cameron blithely tells the multi-millionaire queen of Britain and its crown dependencies and overseas territories that Nigeria and Afghanistan are “fantastically corrupt.”

    It is as though British oil, mining, armaments and food corporations are not up to their necks in bribing and bullying politicians, civil servants and business people in Nigeria, which has been almost a fiefdom of companies such as Shell-BP, Unilever and Lonrho.

    It is as though Britain and the US didn’t fund, arm and train semi-feudal warlords and Islamic fundamentalists to overthrow the progressive secular government in Afghanistan in the 1980s, before launching a full-scale military invasion of their own to install a thoroughly corrupt pro-Western puppet regime in Kabul in 2001.

    As the spider at the centre of a global web of banks and tax havens which dodge taxation and launder dirty money from Bermuda to the Cayman Islands, from Jersey to Singapore, Britain has the least right of anywhere on Earth to lecture other countries about corruption.

    It’s the same imperialist mindset that believes only British membership of the EU prevents the continent’s regression into bloody warfare. Yet Britain has bombed or invaded more countries over the past 20 years than every other state in Europe combined.

    It must surely grate on the ears of peace-loving Dutch, Danish, Irish, Portuguese and other citizens to hear sermons from Cameron about how Britain holds back their innate belligerence. It is as though our own military escapades in the Falklands, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Sierra Leone never happened.

    This ruling-class arrogance also finds its reflection in a labour movement which has never fully confronted its own collaboration in British imperialism, past and present.

    For example, ex-prime minister Gordon Brown proclaims “Britain’s worldwide reputation for fair play and stability.”

    Impersonating Colonel Blimp yesterday,reciting a list of imperial battles, he also told Daily Mirror readers: “We should demonstrate that in war, under Churchill and Lloyd George, and in peace, Britain always was, already is and can continue to be a leader.”

    Thus Brown wants Britain to be “leading, not leaving, Europe,” labouring under the delusion that a reformed EU will defend jobs and security against climate change, Russian aggression and terrorism.

    Likewise Alan Johnson, Labour’s cheerleader in chief for staying in the EU, tells the Sun that voting to stay in on June 23 will “ensure that Britain remains Great.”

    Then there are those further left who believe we would be abandoning Europe’s workers and socialists to a grim fate should Britain leave the EU. As though workers in France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece or elsewhere rely on the British government to win their battles!

    International solidarity between workers and on the left does not demand that we all accept membership of an anti-democratic imperialist alliance, designed irreversibly to promote the common interests of monopoly capitalism.

    On June 23, the biggest single blow to imperialism — whether British, German or French — will be for us to reject the near unanimous advice of big business, the bankers, Nato commanders and intelligence chiefs and vote to leave the EU.


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