To the Euston Station

June 25, 2006 at 9:42 pm (Uncategorized)

The Priest and I met up a few days ago, in a real ale pub recommended to us by a member of the Socialist Party (the Group Formerly Known As The Militant Tendency). We had a bloody good row over some bloody good beer, about whether the SWP are politically and morally worse than the Euston Manifesto lot. I won’t go into details of that for now (or who was arguing what) ; but how interesting to see that John O’ Mahoney’s article, published in the present issue of “Solidarity” and also on the Workers Liberty website, on the Eustonites, has attracted an unprecedented 2,500 (or so) “hits”. And not one single reply.

Come on, you Eustonites: reply to ol’ Sean. I’m sure it’s not that you can’t. Or that you don’t want to hurt him with your ripostes. As for me: I got off at Watford Junction.

PS: I’d provide a link to the Workers Liberty Website and O’ Mahoney’s article, if I knew how. But I don’t. So you’ll just have to Google it.

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