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    Do you think there is any real difference between lab, con or lib and would any of these Central parties bring change to the UK?
    Also are what is seen as extreme far right and left now the traditional right and left?
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    na bruv dey don't care da youts, bare youts are I llegible bruv, I only one in my school that can rite, ya get me bruv, da left wing, dey support da homies down in da hoodz, da hoodz, they crime stab SHHOT IN DA HOOD, STAY CLEAR OF DA HOOD
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    na bruv dey don't care da youts, bare youts are I llegible bruv, I only one in my school that can rite, ya get me bruv, da left wing, dey support da homies down in da hoodz, da hoodz, they crime stab SHHOT IN DA HOOD, STAY CLEAR OF DA HOODT
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    The way I see it is that you have left-wing and right-wing. Centre is what politicians do to look pragmatic, but ultimately the power falls to the extremes. On the left there are the Marxists and those who sympathise with Marx, the dispossessed proles, young students, workers, etc. On the right you have traditionals, the Conservative privileged, capitalist, affluents, aristocracy.

    That's pretty much it in a nutshell. There is no socialism in this country, it is has been damaged by refuse elements from the post-Marx era. Both sides left and right have always antagonised one another, and I do not see it changing unless the left rid their philosophy of the influence of Marx, and the right stop cracking the whip to the disinherited.
 
 
 
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