In their desperation to prove that communism doesn't work, the jackals of the tory press have launched a brutal smear campaign against a successful Maoist Community in South London.
Wilfully ignoring the low crime figures in the Brixton Collective, the FBI-controlled publishers of the right have described the left wing collective as a 'slave camp'. Predictably distorted accounts of life in the successful collective tend to dwell on accusations of enforced labour and imprisonment, while wilfully ignoring the low inflation rate and minimal crime rate in the thriving south London community.
The success of this law abiding left wing community, just a few miles south of Westminster in the favelas of south London, must have stricken fear into the heart of the establishment. Their reaction was as swift as it was brutal.
As expected, the Murdoch press, the evil Hitler backing Associated Newspapers and the South London Press concocted a toxic brew of the usual lies aimed at creating moral panic in the workers. Slavery, false imprisonment and brutal oppression were mentioned (If we've heard that one once, we've heard it a million times). Meanwhile, the low carbon footprint of the camp was completely ignored. It went unreported, as if it didn't even matter.
Even so called left leaning newspaper like The Guardian, The Daily Mirror and The Croydon Advertiser dropped their veneer of socialism and showed their true colours, meekly repeating accounts of the so called oppression fed to them by Scotland Yard, the para military wing of the establishment that takes its orders direct from The White House.
Only The News Statesman's Penny Red showed any resistance, pointing out that any so called slavery that took place would have been controlled by the hidden hand of Thatcher and the CIA. With additional assistance from General Pinochet - and NASA.