Did the Left Wing Anti Fascist groups within the U.K contribute to Pakistan atrocities happening ?
It has been long known that the left wing Anti Fascists within the U.K defend the rights of terrorism and terrorist suspects if they happen to be none white or not Christians, but they will attack anybody who is white if they so much as spit on the pavement or if they dare to question the left wing Anti Fascist politically correct evil ideology of intimidation, bullying and manipulation, by using race to get their own way and label opponents fascist or racist and thus silence debate.
But the left wing politically correct Anti Fascists in the U.K also involve themselves with organisations outside the United Kingdom too.
Here we see the Anti Fascist group Hope Not Hate endorsing racism
Here we also have Hope Not Hate involved in Muslim awareness meetings.
Here we have Hope Not Hate getting involved with Indian affairs, but we suspect they may delete this once they see this post go up on the Daily Bale and they realise they have been exposed once again.
Just how deeply are the left wing Anti Fascists in the U.K involved with organisations in other countries and how much race hatred and religious intolerance are they stirring up between different communities like they do in the United Kingdom ?
This may be something that British Muslims want to take a good look at before they take the word of left wing Anti Fascists on anything at all.
The left wing Anti Fascists say that they stand for the ‘rights’ of minorities, but now it seems that since the Rotherham atrocities, they are now very keen to ‘appear’ to be against minorities !
We feel that just about everybody needs to be aware of the evil of left wing politically correct Anti Fascist organisations within the U.K, and that includes the Muslim communities too that need to be aware of these evil sick hypocritical left wing Marxist monsters who ‘say’ that they stand for equal rights and Anti Fascism.
Do they really ? indeed we ask.
It seems to us that the left wing Anti Fascists just use and manipulate communities for their own political advantages, then drop them when the heat becomes too much to tolerate, just in case they get their tax payer funded grants stopped.
Make up your own mind here, but the case against these people is becoming more and more damning by the day, – just type in “Anti Fascist perverts and weirdos” on google these days, you may just have a very big shock !
The collapse of the Soviet Union shattered the Pakistani left wing, but just how far has it built itself back up to this day with the help of British left wing Anti Fascist involvement ?
Left wing terror organisations almost disappeared in Pakistan. but on the other hand, the military regime ended following the plane crash that killed military dictator General Zia, and elections were held in 1988. Benazir Bhutto came to power, but she badly disillusioned the working class.
Disillusionment with the PPP and the break-up of the USSR generated hopelessness and desperation. The Stalinist left in Pakistan, as elsewhere in the world, turned to social democracy. The early 1990s were a period of counter-revolutionary consciousness in Pakistan, giving birth to the rise of fundamentalism.
The Struggle Group, however, did not lose faith in socialism. It ended the entrist policy in view of its analysis that the working class would leave the PPP from now on and that an alternative should be built. To build this alternative party, it launched a Jeddojuhd Inqlabi Tehrik (Struggle Revolutionary Movement) in 1993 for the formation of a workers’ party by the trade union movement. In 1997, after some success, it formed the Labour Party Pakistan. The Stalinist parties by now had shrunk to small groups.
For the sake of survival, the Communist Party and MKP merged in 1994 to form CMKP (Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party). On June 3, 1999, another three parties — AJP, Pakistan National Party and Socialist Party — merged to form the National Workers Party (NWP). Both CMKP and NWP still believe in a bourgeois democratic program, while NWP is turning more and more to the right. Both are ageing parties with hardly any chance of growth.
At present the LPP, CMKP and NWP are the three main parties. Besides these three, there are some left groups having little influence. None of the left parties has a mass base. The left as a whole is hardly recognised as a force at present. However, the LPP has achieved some success since its formation in gaining a semi-mass base, especially in Sindh. There exists a big gap on the left. The LPP is filling the gap. At present it has a membership of more than 1500, but it is not yet a very consolidated membership.
Just how far are British left wing Anti Fascist organisations contributing to this ?
Future downsizing, privatisation, poverty and ever increasing joblessness will make workers take to the streets, and the left will get a chance to organise these radicalised masses. But at the same time, fundamentalists may appear as a big danger since they are at present more organised and strong.