body jump into the ex-bosses' shoes and tell you how to run it if you'll let him lead you."
Nunno. Having sat on Government and capitalists, are we going to be ruled by nosey-parkers and number eight hats?
Anarchism means no-rule. That is to say "Mind you own business." And when the people start doing that, they have no use for tyrants, bug and little, plain and coloured.
Communism means working together for the good of all. Consequently the people will be prepared to accept the ex-capitalists as fellow-workers provided they do USEFUL work. And by working together in staunch co-operations, the people will be in less danger of any tyrant resurrecting himself and his friends and gong back to the "good old days."
That's all right you say, but REVOLUTION MEANS BLOODSHED.
When the Government said, "Line up boys, and give the Germans what for, so we can pinch the German Colonies and anything that's lying handy. Down with the Beast of Berlin!" did anybody say-
IT MEANS BLOODSHED
You can't learn to swim without getting wet. But because a Revolution MIGHT mean bloodshed, that is no reason why it should mean bloodshed.
How many of the people are armed? Why there aren't enough guns round among the workers to run a Wild West show.
The soldiers and the police will do all the dirty work- if they agree to do it- for our kind masters.
Who are the soldiers and the police?
They aer taken form the working class. They might be making bread or clothes or boots. They might be building houses. Is that good enough for the capitalists? Nunno.