Scottish nationalism in crisis
The powerful rise of the Scottish independence movement once struck fear into the British ruling class, threatening to break the United Kingdom and raise the rebellious spirit of the working class. Nearly ten years since the referendum that unleashed opposition to Tory Britain, and raised the Scottish National Party to unprecedented support, the movement is at a crossroads.
The SNP leadership clique have proven themselves to be politically bankrupt, unable to retain their rosy reformist image as they carry out attacks on the working class, and completely lack any sincere strategy for the independence movement. Those who realise the bankruptcy of petty-bourgeois nationalism are looking for a way forward, in the class struggle and the fight for national self-determination.
In this session, Shaun Morris will discuss the crisis faced by Scottish nationalism, and why we can look toward the class struggle for a way forward for the fight for independence.
Recommended reading: SNP’s troubles have just begun — Prepare for class struggle!
Further reading: Marxists and the national question