On the crucial question of political representation for British working-class people neither your editorial in today's paper, nor Bob Crow's reported comments in the same edition nor George Galloway, in his post-election speech, go far enough in my opinion.
By still insisting on backing the Labour Party as "the sole viable national option" to the Tories, the Morning Star is, in effect, acting as a brake on the movement.
Ed Miliband does not have the ability or the wit to react spontaneously to anything, as his hilarious trip to Greggs showed.
Instead of saying something useful about tax, he went into a huddle with his advisers and came up with a photo-opportunity while Britain looked on in bemusement or, more likely, ignored it.
Labour was neutered in the party's counter-revolution of 1981 against the Militant Tendency and has been a fully capitalist party since Tony Blair's leadership victory 1994.
For the correct policy on how to operate on the political plane, look no further than the Bolsheviks in 1917 Russia.
Treat the pro-business parties with the contempt they deserve, hoist our own banner and stand for election on socialist policies. The people will follow.
To their credit, Bob Crow (pictured) and the RMT executive are backing branches of that union who support the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (Tusc) in the local elections up and down the country.
With its open and federalist constitution, Tusc is the fore-runner of what will be the mass workers' party in this country.
It, not the middle-class careerists of the Labour Party, deserves the backing of the Morning Star.