Concluding its slide down the slippery slope of liberal appeasement, the McGill Daily has finally cut all ties with the Proletarians it has traditionally purported to represent in campus media.
The disgusting pig-article Capitalism is Alive is a reckless bourgeois diatribe smoothed over by a greasy film of libertarian rhetoric and its publication has revealed that there is no level to which the Daily’s editors will not stoop in order to appear “fair and balanced.”
The article, which contains such gems as “stop blaming greedy bankers, futile regulators, underpaid workers, or overpaid executives [sic]” and “through booms and busts, the system goes through complete reforms where it comes out stronger [sic],” establishes the paternalistic overtones which have come to characterize the Daily’s traditional sanctimony, but with the air of bourgeois snark once though the sole province of the Bull & Bear.
While mother union has yet to bring down the righteous hammer of judicious, revolutionary censorship upon the paper, we at the MARP wish to remind you that no matter the outcome, we are the only source of proletarian information you can trust.
In related news, the Economics department is still a writhing mass of whiny bourgeois-aspirants who believe their half-baked views on socially constructed norms of production and exchange actually constitute something more valuable than the glorious labour of the proletariat. More on this story as it develops.
The monopoly of capital becomes a fetter upon the mode of production, which has sprung up and flourished along with, and under it. Centralisation of the means of production and socialisation of labour at last reach a point where they become incompatible with there capitalist integument. This integument is burst asunder.
Capital is dead labour, which, vampire-like, lives only by sucking living labour, and the more it lives, the more labour it sucks — Karl Marx
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