Rusere Shoniwa critiques the critics of mass formation theory as a way of understanding the meaning of the Desmet brouhaha.
Rushere Shoniwa examines Desmet’s disappointing dismissal of conspiracy theory as a pejorative and explains why unpicking Desmet’s incorrect diagnosis is important.
In part two, Phil Shannon calls for a new Left which capitalises on the lessons of Covid, particularly the centrality of freedom from state tyranny.
In part one Phil Shannon explores the first two stages of the formation of a left-wing Covid dissident.
Rusere Shoniwa launches a three part critique of Desmet’s theory of mass formation hypnosis, starting with where it begins to fall apart… It ain’t hypnosis
It’s not just lockdown. The Real Left is a space for those of the Left who oppose the whole agenda of global capitalism – and who still believe in the Real.
In part two Lorraine explores how a principled Left needs to relate to – and work within – the working class in a modern economy in the twenty first century.
In the first part of this two-part article, Lorraine Pratley makes a case for the relevance of the left, in the light of what many would consider its total failure.