First Published: Finsbury Communist, No.420, January 2000.
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The Finsbury Communist Association (FCA) millenium prize for virtual revolution goes to the Communist Party of Great Britain and its paper, the Weekly Worker. There was fierce competition. However, the CPGB came top in all six fields. Geopolitical. Historical. Rhetorical. Hypothetical. Tactical. And philosophical. Its continued re-run of the Russian revolution was highly admired.
CPGB leader Jack Conrad gave two lectures on Jesus Christ over the Christmas period. The result was, we hear, critical support for Jesus over the Yuletide and recommended tactical entry into the new millenium.