If there’s something in the subject of an event that might
attract people who want to talk about the class struggle, or any other aspect of
communist politics, then the ICC will be interested. So when some of our
militants went to a ‘Community Action Gathering’ held in East London in mid-June,
we didn’t like the divisive workshops, but thought that one of the event’s aims
- the promotion of “anti-authoritarian, anti-state, anti-capitalist and pro-working
class politics, and collective, non-hierarchical forms of organisation” - might
have interested people concerned with working class struggle.