Almost every assassin involved in the murder of Haitian president Jovenel Moïse was Colombian. That’s no coincidence: if you want mercenaries for hire on the cheap, often trained by the US military, you can find them in spades in Colombia.
Efrem Craig reflects on the effects that the pandemic has had on teaching, whilst making the case for a socialist education system
It’s not our fault that reality is Marxist, but if we do not escape the dead end of liberal leftism, it is our fault if no-one trusts us any more, argues Maryam Pashali.
Japhy Barrera writes on the history of postmodernism whilst critiquing its developments over the past decades.
In this article from August 26, 1939, the former Central Committee of the Communist Party of Great Britain dispel myths surrounding the ‘Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact’. Often referenced by anti-communists as a means of equating communism with nazism, the Pact has been falsely weaponised since its inception – with such narratives disregarding the Soviet Union’s unparalleled struggle against the Nazis alongside Western collaboration with fascism.
Sam Hughes writes on Thatcher’s historic attempts to disrupt working class solidarity.
In this article from March 1968, Jenny Maldon writes on the YCL’s campaign work for the people of Vietnam during the War.
We must assume the phrase “I am Fidel” in practice, as the best tribute to the person who showed us that the only option we should never contemplate is surrender writes Miguel Cruz.
Interrupting the solemnity of the moment, like a wave gaining strength, the clamour rose and little by little the Plaza de la Revolución became a single voice chanting: I am Fidel. It was Tuesday, November 29, 2016 and the people of Havana, representing all of Cuba, had gathered there to pay tribute to our undefeated Comandante who had departed to immortality.
The Labour Party’s stated intention to campaign to keep partition must be ignored — the British working class will find it’s strength in giving the Irish people the right to choose their future, writes Nick Wright.
Tom Bird examines Marxism’s theoretical roots and its application in the contemporary world.