This Stop the War panel discussion is well worth a listen, especially Mark Serwotka (from about 1 hour 3 minutes in). A friend, remarked that 'it makes me feel depressed that it (opposition to nuclear weapons) still sounds relevant 40 years after first being arrested at Molesworth...' Mark Serwotka, though, not only retains a very realistic sounding optimism, he also develops an inspirational vision of the part that ordinary people - workers - can play through membership of their trade unions.
I am he as you are he as you are me, and we are all together
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