Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Commies Plot Takeover of Labour and UK

If the Communists took over Britain via Gramscian infiltrationism of the Labour Party, then expect democracy to die and civil war to begin, for the British people would not tolerate it.

That civil war war will not end until the Communists, Islamists and Zionists are all dealt with and political power taken from the present traitors and restored to the British people.

BA militants and a plot to control Labour: Damning emails from strike union chief reveal secret agenda

By Sue Reid
Last updated at 8:19 AM on 24th March 2010

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Militants behind the British Airways strike have a secret agenda to take control of the Labour Party, the Daily Mail can reveal.

The hard-Left clique which runs the giant Unite union plans to 'reclaim or refound' Labour, dumping Blairite policies in favour of old-style socialism.

They believe that, because Labour needs union cash to stay afloat, Unite can control its political direction.

The plot is revealed in a series of astonishing emails from Graham Stevenson, a senior Unite official who is also on the executive of the British Communist Party.

Crucially, they show Unite is taking 'strategic' direction from the communists on both the BA strike and the overthrow of New Labour.


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One email proclaims: 'The Labour Party is simply broke. As millionaires desert, it has been forced to go back to the unions for funding. We will have a huge number of MPs who are members [of Unite].

'In the past unions had large parliamentary groups but few MPs actually bothered to take account of our policies. This will change!'

Since Gordon Brown became leader, Unite has given Labour £11million - 25 per cent of its income - and saved it from bankruptcy. Unite is funding 148 Labour seats at the General election at a cost of £460,000.

Thirteen members of the Cabinet - half of the total and including Mr Brown - have received a total of £33,000 from the union. Some 167 Labour MPs and candidates are members of Unite, prompting accusations from the Tories that Mr Brown is in danger of relinquishing power to a 'militant tendency'.

As national organiser of the transport section of Unite, Mr Stevenson is a central figure in the union, alongside the equally Left-wing assistant general secretary Len McCluskey who is personally co-ordinating the BA strikes.

The Stevenson emails, sent over the past 12 days to London-based political historian Pavel Stroilov who is writing a book about Labour's links with Communism, show that after the next election Unite plans to exert 'vigorous control' over its sponsored MPs.

Mr Stevenson says: 'Unions will have to make a judgment decision about Labour - whether to give up on the reclaiming approach or simply refound it.'

He makes clear his support for Mr McCluskey in the contest for the leadership of Unite - the most powerful post in British trade unionism - which will be held later this year.

Mr McCluskey, who is tipped to win, has promised: 'I will set out a clear strategy designed to reconstruct the Labour Party so that it speaks with our voice and is committed to our values.'

Unite's determination to achieve this is shown in the emails. One from the seasoned communist Mr Stevenson - noting that the Prime Minister stayed silent for three days in the run-up to the BA strike - says cheerfully:'

'Left-leaning union officials once thought that getting Gordon Brown's ear was useful. It's now going way beyond that - more akin to "do they have a chance of getting our ear?".'

The extraordinary correspondence began on March 12 with a routine question from Mr Stroilov to Mr Stevenson about his personal website, which gives a history of the Communist Party in this country.
Unite assistant general secretary Len McCluskey, pictured speaking to BA strike supporters this week, has promised to 'reconstruct' the Labour Party if elected as leader of the union

Unite assistant general secretary Len McCluskey, pictured speaking to BA strike supporters this week, has promised to 'reconstruct' the Labour Party if elected as leader of the union

Mr Stroilov asked: 'How is the class struggle going? Observing it from some distance, it looks like the spectre of Communism is rising again in the British Labour Movement, isn't it?'

This unleashed a flurry of emails from the Unite official, who wrote: 'Yes, things are very busy - the struggle goes on! And yes, the [ Communist] Party is very much in the thick of a great deal.'
'A wave of strikes across Britain'

Last Thursday, Mr Stevenson explained: 'It is the case that most of the trade union leadership looks to the Party for strategic direction and most of the Left is prepared to accept the Party's proposals for policy, so things are moving that way.

'The unions have accepted almost all of our own [communist] policies, but enacting them is another matter. As a new generation of activists and union members emerges, the mood becomes more militant....'

The following day, Mr Stevenson wrote: 'The fighting back stance of Unite is wakening up a previously quiescent working class. We are seeing extraordinarily high voting levels for strike action. The most obvious sign is the current furore over the British Airways dispute. But the bus industry has seen a wave of strikes across Britain, largely un-noticed due to the local character of them.'

He adds: 'The official machine around Brown has latched on to the fact that a sharper class struggle is polarising the country. Class has become a feature of mainstream politics once again. To some extent this is as a result of growing pressure from the unions...

'The Labour Party is simply broke (it was 30 days away from bankruptcy 18 months ago). As millionaires desert, it has been forced to go back to the unions for funding. Our view is that a coalescence of mass support for progressive politics can be mobilised during the course of this changing mood.'

Last night a Unite spokesman said the emails from Mr Stevenson were a 'private correspondence' which represented his own personal views.

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