The Working Class Has No Fatherland. The profits and investments of the capitalist class are not owned by the working class; therefore they have no interest in fighting wars to protect them. The protection of British capitalism is not worth a million workers' lives or indeed one workers' life. Working Class lives do not differ essentially from country to country. The Working Class lose out in war; they kill and are killed, wounded, maimed and after the war are also economically less well-off. All of the working class of all countries lost the First World War.
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