Beyoncé Panthers Tribute was Not Revolutionary

During Super Bowl 50, the singer Beyoncé carried out a performance which featured Black Panther Party imagery. It was done in the context of an entire song criticizing much of the African American history in the United States. Artistically, it contained imagery of revolution by dancing in an X formation spoke of us of Malcolm…

The Reality of the Black Lives Matter Movement

In the wake of brutal police murders of young Black men, a popular resistance began to form. This movement was known as “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) Officially according to the organization it began in July 2013 after the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the killing of Trayvon Martin. In June of this year I said…

How Donald Trump Helps El Chapo

People have a habit of shooting their mouths off and thinking they can live without ever having being held accountable for what they say. The internet Marxist community is a perfect example of this. Everyone talks tough when they’re behind the internet where they can hide. People in power have a similar kind of impunity.…

Half of Amerikkkans Deny Racist Oppression

One of the most telling things about the so-called First World revolutionary potential is the divide between Black and White “workers”. If we were to take the First Worldists at their word, you would think that there is a common class identity across

Baltimore: Revolutionary Potential?

The situation in Baltimore is another example of the growing popular anger towards the injustice meted out by the repressive forces of the ruling class. Protests and riots against the police and their continuous killings; this time Freddie Grey.