Having just returned from Cornwall I can tell you the battle lines of capitalism are being fought in this ancient county.
Last time I was there the cuts took out a swathe of county librarians.
This time the chair and cabinet of seven people have hatched a plan to privatise libraries along with many other services.
Fortunately they have at present been stopped in their tracks by 5,000 protesters led by Cornwall Anti-Cuts Alliance, which states that "local services should be run for local people not for the profits of large multinational companies."
They have turned the tables on chairman Alex Robertson who himself faces the cut within days if the movement is successful.
But it does not end there.
A cartel of NHS trusts seem to be lining up to reduce staff pay and conditions and make Cornwall the first to introduce regional pay which would devastate an already poor county.
I notice Ed Miliband responded by saying he was "deeply sceptical."
What did scepticisism ever acheive? I urge Labour to support the unions and people of Cornwall who are fighting exploitative companies and a government of millionaires with one hand tied behind their backs.
The message for October 20 is: They are coming for Cornwall today - us on Saturday. It is not enough for Miliband to join the march.