So you ran a national day of action, what next? Seems like a bit of momentum is building for a society that isn’t completely determined by the interests of old mate big business.
Is it possible to make Labor stand up and become the champions of the working class again? How would you even start? Cass has a lot of questions for the boys this week as we explore what it would take to improve the Labor party. Look, it won’t be easy but it’s worth a shot.
Check it out:
- Tomorrow Movement had it’s first national day of action! It went pretty damn well if we don’t say so ourselves
- The School Strikes 4 Climate are happening today, it’s shaping up to be pretty incredible
- The Australian Unemployed Workers Union have been mobilising for Poverty Day as millions of people have their income support payments cut, and have been holding a Mutual Obligation Strike to protest the punitive and demeaning welfare system Jobseekers have to deal with to receive their payments
- The United Workers Union have been holding incredible strikes throughout the pandemic to keep workers safe and prevent the spread of COVID, we’d be doing a lot worse without their wonderful efforts. Solidarity!
- Labor receives as many, and sometimes more donations from fossil fuel companies than the libs do
- Village Roadshow donated a scattershot $6.7m in donations across political parties in 2018 to curry favour for increased piracy laws
- What the hell is ‘environmentally sustainable gas‘ Albo???
- Here’s his inspiring tweet regarding renewable energy only being about job creation zzzzzzz
- James wrote an article for Jacobin late last year about the tension in Labor between appealing to their QLD working class supporters and VIC white-collar supporters
- LOOK AT THIS VIDEO the QLD &NT branch of the ETU released a video explicitly stating that social issues are union issues and they won’t tolerate racism and it absolutely rules