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The workers and the street marches

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Submitted by Peter Edgar (Australia), Mar 25, 2003 at 22:52

Yes. Thank you. Certainly there is a third force now operating world wide in the anti- war marches. (A march is happening here in Sydney, Australia, as I write.) Yet these marches world wide are replete with the same red flag symbols, the same International Socialist Organisation posters, even the same chants (the tune is - the workers! united! will never be defeated! etc) There certrainly is a distinction between militant islam and the left but the left is getting in on the act with a vengeance.
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