Class War made television history today with Adam Clifford’s interview on the BBC’s flagship Daily Politics programme, providing the only working class revolutionary voice in an otherwise boring election campaign.
Interviewed by Andrew Neil, Adam drew attention to the “hyper-gentrification” of London and called on the “mob to rise up” against their masters. Would it be violent? You bet it would!
He added: “I embrace working class culture and I think that we’re great. Working class people know that they’re basically slaves. So let the people rise! I don’t know if they’ll be violent.”
A befuddled Stanley Johnson, dad of London mayor Boris Johnson, voiced his agreement for the abolition of public schools and went on to admire Adam’s red dress.
Adam will attempt to canvass Buckingham Palace, which is in his constituency, on Wednesday at midday at the launch of Class War’s election manifesto.