Domkrag and number one's left-wing politics

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Despite its unwavering efforts to disassociate itself with bourgeois capitalism the BDP led government is incessantly being castigated by self-proclaimed left-wing politicians in the opposition.

The latter accuses the ruling party of suppressing the proletariat, who, naturally, do not own any form of means of production, and for deliberately creating social inequalities. They accuse the BDP of advancing policies that have over the years resulted in high levels of unemployment and poverty. The BDP government is doing this with a good measure of sadism, they say.

But just how 'right' is this Domkgrag movement? 

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