Dirty tricks, fake fronts and blatant criminal activity are nothing new to British imperialism. However, an article in the latest edition of Proletariat (the month paper of the CPGB-ML) revealed to what shocking (and somewhat bizarre) extent the imperialists’ efforts to hegemonise the Middle East have recently been pertained to. Continue reading
A short time ago I wrote a post dealing with a statement by Kevin Rashid in which he claims to have refuted Third Worldism on the Democracy and Class Struggle blog.1 (The Pretend Revolution of Kevin Rashid’s First Worldism.) My post was thorough, and responded to each and every point made by Continue reading
One doesn’t need sight to know that African-Americans of the United States of America are an oppressed people. To have knowledge of this one only needs to listen. For early African-American folk songs would be signals for the Underground Railroad. During the Civil Rights Movement in the USA slave songs were sung in hopes of freedom. Continue reading
I’ve expressed and demonstrated many times the refusal of First World people to actually engage in struggle against the bourgeois state. The hard left in the First World is near useless. Primarily this is due to its extreme sectarianism, great theoretical weakness, focus on identity politics, general delusion of revolutionary work where there is none, and most of all a lack of necessary material conditions for radical action. However, sometimes I come across things that shows a real unwillingness to even try to challenge the system. Continue reading
Any member of the Democratic Party will tell you that the party is “progressive”, or that they’re “pro worker”. Of course to any class conscience worker this known to be a fabricated lie. The Democratic Party will always preach non-revolutionary class struggle but will always fall short of their promises, either that or be replaced with the Republican Party. But the what makes the Democrats fall short on their promises was revealed. The scandal that of more importance than Watergate flew over the radar when Senator Elizabeth Warren made a call to break up of the largest US banks.
Pyongyang, April 9 (KCNA)1 — Deputy Ki Kwang Ho, minister of Finance, made a report on the review of the fulfillment of the state budget of the DPRK for Juche 103 (2014) and the state budget for Juche 104 (2015) at the Third Session of the 13th Supreme People’s Assembly on Thursday. Continue reading