AFTER 20 WEEKS OF PROTEST CLASS WAR FORCE POOR DOORS OWNERS TO NEGOTIATE

In a move that could herald the end of the seemingly remorseless march of POOR DOORS SEGREGATED HOUSING round the UK the new owners of No.1 Commercial Street today sat down to talks with Class War over the segregated housing.
Executive Director of HONDO-ENTERPRISES – TAYLOR McWilliams – met with 6 comrades from Class War on site. The outcome – and there are plenty of details to follow – is that McWilliams agreed to set up a meeting of all those who have ownership or interest of some part of the building – from housing association to Hondo – to discuss possibilities for ending the separate entrances. It was agreed that this meeting would be convened before the end of the year. In return Class War agreed a ceasefire in protests outside till this meeting took place.
We have not YET established a revolutionary soviet in Commercial Street but we have achieved unprecedented talks that show that with some determination and energy and persistence POOR DOORS countrywide are not a done deal. They can be stopped and Class War will return to the protests without hesitation – but in the meantime – small victories that will give heart to New Era tenants and others that we can win. ALL HAIL.
The ceasefire will begin after protest 20 on Wednesday when a game of football- Christmas truce style – will be played with the concierge and his staff – outside the building. But this aint a truce comrades – its a ceasefire. ‘Hang on to your guns’ as James Connolly said.

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6 responses to “AFTER 20 WEEKS OF PROTEST CLASS WAR FORCE POOR DOORS OWNERS TO NEGOTIATE

  1. bb

    temporary ceasefire until we get them in that Compiegne railway carriage to sign the Armistice

  2. b

    Nice one! And as you say, it will give heart to the New Era tenants.

    Will the date be agreed by the time the ceasefire starts on Wednesday? Surely McWilliams’s secretary can find space in his diary, in between all his frolicking appointments with the royal family.

    ‘All those who have an interest in part of the building’ – that includes the tenants, right? And anyone they want to bring with them.

  3. Dr Llareggub

    This is good news. Hats off to those who supported the demo week after week.
    Supported by Dogs Against the Doors
    https://scontent-b-lhr.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/v/t1.0-9/10387294_800268420019498_6636019336568134856_n.jpg?oh=af5fe27c1bd786dda5628e75e4f7326a&oe=54DCB784

  4. Ray

    Well done! ’nuff said.

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