Maoriland Worker, Volume 2, Issue 32, 13 October 1911, Page 16
The laboring man who stands outside the pale of organised labor in this day and age. when exploiters in every nation on- earth are banding-together to -enslave the working class is blind and indifferent to his class interests (says the "Miners' Magazine"). The laboring man standing alone can accomplish nothing. His individual request for higher wages or better conditions will be met with insolent contempt. The laboring man can only receive recognition when he places his interests behind tlie fortress of the labor movement and becomes one of the soldiers iv that army that is demanding justice for the human race.
They who defend war must defend the dispositions which, lead to, war, and these dispositions are absolutely forbidden by the Gopel. Since the time that Christ said: "Put up thy-sword into its.scabbard, Christians ought not to go to war."—Erasmus.