Skirmishes with the representatives of capitalism, the educational, judicial and law enforcement institutions occur daily in which the trade union representatives, "leaders," and humanitarians encircle the "victims" and demand, ask for "justice." You cannot ask for "justice" on such and such a day, for one individual at a time when the idea of "justice" origins from with policeman-like materialist theory and expect anything but "just-us." You will receive "just-us" just as you receive "education" and "peace"--that is, death and more death!
Only education in action can bring about change and trade unions and so-called leaders cannot end the cycle of violence and death. They assist in perpetrating the bloodshed! The task of grassroots organizers the most important, writes Luxemburg, is patience. From within "themselves," the masses, in this case, the endless mothers of slaughtered children, the idea for a mass strike will come as surely as there will be Black and Brown children murdered in this policeman-like materialist world.