Remploy workers rallied with heads held high in Cardiff on Friday in a public event that is far closer to people's current concerns across Britain than the one the Establishment and its media flunkies will hype up this weekend around royal limpet Ms Windsor.
The disabled workforces now facing life on the scrapheap are as true a symbol of Tory Britain in 2012 as the Union Jack-draped orgy of jingoism set to bombard us from every official orifice over coming days.
Similar scenarios can be found in history books detailing the days of Victorian ruling elites who made their wealth by exploiting working-class communities at home and the peoples of overseas lands subjugated by a brutal British empire headed by her royal miserableness Victoria Saxe-Coburg Gotha - the great-great-grandmama of our own joyless monarch.
Britain's current ruling classes - they who hoover up the billions generated by others yet still demand the death of the state in the hunt for ever greater profits - are not far removed from those who once exploited the world on the back of the empire's muskets.
The bushy moustaches may have gone but the similarities with the way today's global capitalists approach the world is clear.
Billions are drained from the British economy each year and invested abroad by the wealthy who seek to enrich themselves further.
The perpetrators of this theft from the people are our mainly private-school-educated ruling classes and hangers on, who grew up pledging allegiance to queen, glorious empire and free-market capital, along with the idea that they were born better than the rest of us.
The flip side is that we ordinary, lazy oiks should be lucky with the crumbs from the table.
In the current "austerity" onslaught it seems even the crumbs are deemed a luxury.
So the Remploy workers should stand as an inspirational example to all of us.
They represent an entire section of our society that has fought for dignity and independence but now sees the advances of the past 100 years being torn to shreds.
It has been argued that the Remploy model is outdated, that disabled people should be integrated into other workplaces.
Ask its workers, who are now being threatened with unemployment following a deliberate policy to run down the state-owned firm, whether they are keen to join millions of others who want a job but who are forced to scrape out a life while the rich get still richer.
This despicable story is a stark reminder of the callous approach by wealthy capitalists and their allies in government who oppose and ridicule anyone who suggests that economic wealth should be controlled democratically and shared between us all.
There couldn't be a better example to underline why the Morning Star demands policies to force inward investment into our own economy for the benefit of people such as the Remploy workers rather than allow the rich to export it abroad to make a fast buck.
And it highlights why your paper is unapologetic in demanding a shift in political power from the pockets of our exploiters and into the hands of those they seek to exploit.