“60% of people in Britain define as working class. There is a growing sense of inequality which is a big problem and the society is divided with a tiny minority benefiting and the majority is getting secured.”
He argued that the sense of anger and confusion generated by these events has directed the common people towards the left wing. He also added that the dislocation felt by them reinforced the rise of Jeremy Corbyn.
He criticizes the Labour party’s efforts to undermine Jeremy Corbyn’s message and accuses the BBC of organizing a propaganda against Corbyn.
“We are in a very exciting situation now but anyone thinking that getting Jeremy in with the people around him into parliament is going to bring about the change is delusional,” he added.
However, he believes that real change can be brought about by mass participation and says that the impact of these protests are not often mentioned.
According to Chris, the British society has developed through the mass demonstrations and campaigns in the past.
“Mass participation in every city, community, every university will be critical in bringing change.”
Being a socialist and activist, he concluded the talk by reminding people that change starts from the ground level.
“Socialism is nothing if it is not about popular participation in politics, Socialism is nothing if it is not about mass mobilization, it is nothing if it is not about an act of self- liberation on the part of working people.”