Against the Criminalization of Communists

[This article was written and translated from its original German by our Comrade Klaus Markstein. While it is mostly relevant to our comrades and allies in Germany, it still highlights some of the dangers communists must face within the legal systems of the entire imperialist core.] “When the Nazis came for the communists, I remained... Continue Reading →

Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

Editor's note: The following article by Stephen Gowans was originally published on August 9, 2010 during a time when there was talk about a potential Taliban revival in Afghanistan. Although 11 years old, the article remains relevant today. Recently, the Taliban has been seeing yet another potential revival and appears to be gaining ground, seizing... Continue Reading →

OP-ed | The COVID-19 Pandemic – A Year Later

By Janelle Velina "Comrades, it is impossible to imagine the dreadful situation in the typhus regions, where the population is broken, weakened, without material resources, where all life, all public life ceases. To this we say, “Comrades, we must concentrate everything on this problem. Either the lice will defeat socialism, or socialism will defeat the... Continue Reading →

From the Grayzone: US State Department accusation of China ‘genocide’ relied on data abuse and baseless claims by far-right ideologue

While there are some legitimate criticisms that can be made of the CCP, this article linked from The Grayzone points out that the allegations of genocide are dubious at best. The person responsible for the data used to advance the US claim of genocide has highly questionable motives, and not surprisingly, there is clear evidence... Continue Reading →

On Authority by Frederich Engels

[Under capitalism, most if not all facets of society are dictated by capital and profits; people are subordinated to the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie through the exploitation of human labour in order to generate value. Yet, liberal postmodernist buzzwords such as "totalitarian" and "authoritarian" are rarely if ever used to describe the system of capitalism.... Continue Reading →

Iran is Willing to Send More Fuel to Venezuela

[Iran has been and and is willing to continue to supply Venezuela with petrol. Both countries are under sanctions by the US, and as a result are struggling with various sectors of their economy including oil production despite having large oil reserves. Iran has leapt to the assistance of its international fellow, Venezuela. This act... Continue Reading →

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