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London Slaves: Giggles And Oh-Shits About The Culty Three

by | 26th, November 2013


THERE’S been a certain amount of giggling about those three slaves that were liberated in London. It turns out that they were not in fact slaves , not anything like it, they were however the remnants of one of London’s more insane Maoist communes. The leader of that commune being on Comrade Bala who was, if the stories are correct, the inspiration for Wolfie Smith in the TV comedy, Citizen Smith . This has all been going on a long time.

However, after the giggles comes the shits problem. The shits being those who would capitalise on this affair to pass a deeply troubling and illiberal law. I’ve a long piece on it here .

The short version of it is that yes, of course, we’d all like to make sure that we’ve good and strong laws against slavery. However, what we’re going to get is a harsh and strong law about something entirely different.

Think back to what happened when we were all talking about sex slavery: the vile idea that people are held captive and then repeatedly raped. We had various people, Eavis, the Poppy Project, Julie Bindel

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