You unconditionally support the Arab Spring.
You do not think the votes by the US Congress and UK Parliament to abandon the Syrian people to the butcher Assad was some kind of victory for `peace’ or the `anti-war’ or `anti-imperialist’ movement but that it was in fact a cynical piece of realpolitik.
Geneva 2 is whitewashing Assad and putting the Syrian National Democratic Revolution in mortal danger both at the hands of the tyranny and the Islamofascists and Foreign Jihadis who benefit politically from it.
You support the right of the rebels to acquire arms to defend themselves.
You do not mourn the demise of the counter-revolutionary Muslim Brotherhood/Army government in Egypt but recognise that the victory of the masses over it has been partially stolen by an attempted military coup by the old tyranny. You support the current mass wave of industrial action by Egyptian workers.
You support a unified (Israel, Gaza, West Bank), secular, revolutionary, socialist, democratic Palestine which takes cognisance of the right of the refugees to return to new jobs and homes and in which Muslims, Jews, Christians and those of no faith can live in harmony.
You support the BDS campaign against Israel and see the Zionist/Fatah peace process as entirely bogus.
You want the enormous US and EU grants paid to Israel to be re-directed away from the Zionists and in to making a one-state democratic solution possible.
You believe that the first step on this road and the road to Palestinian and Jewish working class unity is for the Palestinians to reject the peace process lie. The next step will be the rejection of Zionism by the Jewish working class.
You support the popular uprising in Ukraine but realise that without a Bolshevik Party the Urkanian February will not become an October leaving it vulnerable to either a successful internal counter-revolution and/or external invasion.
You see the 2008 economic catastrophe as the death of capitalism as a system able to reproduce itself without the utmost barbarism confirming that this is indeed the epoch of war and revolution the final chapter of which will be written in the next period.
You think it is the job of the revolutionary left not to cheer lead the collapse of US-sponsored globalization and the return of inter-imperialist rivalry as the neo-Stalinists do but to seek, through world proletarian revolution, to transcend it.
You think Russia is once again an imperialist capitalist state but that China remains a deformed workers’ state which is in great danger from a greedy, cruel, corrupt usurping bureaucracy in league with imperialism to exploit its working masses and resources.
You support the development of a programme of transitional demands that outlines an alternative vision of society for the immediate future by addressing the most immediate objective needs and interests of the working class and which points inexorably to socialist revolution and the dictatorship of the proletariat.
You believe that the following six demands would be central to such a programme:
You think Labour is still a bourgeois workers’ party and whilst taking a ruthlessly critical attitude to its leaders take a non-sectarian approach to its members and the millions that vote for it.
You think revolutionary socialists have a duty to continue to work for influence in the trades unions.
You want a federation to replace the British union and therefore support a Yes vote in the upcoming referendum for Scottish independence but want Scottish socialists to turn it into a vote for Scottish socialism.
You think Left Unity is a hopeless lash up of opportunist career centrists and sectarians and that the People’s Assembly is a cynical neo-Stalinist front for the same forces that captured the Stop the War Coalition and turned it into a pro-Putin fan club.
You welcome the collapse of the bureaucratic-centrist SWP.
The CPGB is not the answer.
The Committee for a Unified British Section of the Fourth International is.