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 →

Op-ed | Nuclear Energy under a rationally planned economy – a potential for historical progress

By Janelle Velina It is about time that socialists in the West put their fears about nuclear power aside and consider the benefits and the greater potential that nuclear energy can bring under a socialist system. The movement against it was a negative critical point for socialism in the West, with Big Oil holding back progress. See... 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 →

The Hidden Military Use of 5G Technology

[It is becoming more clear that the neoliberal globalist phase of capitalism -- with the American Empire as the world-dominating force that holds a monopoly over global markets -- is entering a new phase of competition between rival power blocs. Namely, in the field of advanced wireless technology, this power struggle is between the United... Continue Reading →

The Working Class and NeoMalthusianism

[Lenin reminds us in this 1913 article of the sinister, bourgeois, and reactionary nature of neo-Malthusianism which is a defeatist and anti-worker outlook that is antithetical to historical progress. In more recent years, adopting this extremely misanthropic stance with regard to the environment and climate change seems to be an increasing (and alarming) trend in... Continue Reading →

Too Many Africans?

[The article below details how environmental destruction, poverty, and economic crises are rooted in the imperialist nations' problems of overconsumption and unequal wealth distribution. The neo-Malthusian narrative about "useless eaters" and that the world has an "overpopulation" problem is beneficial to the capitalist class because when all focus and blame is shifted away from the... Continue Reading →

Collapse Of Ukraine’s Health Sector

[It should come as no surprise that Ukraine’s health sector would be among the hardest hit in the aftermath of the 2014 Western.-backed coup. As noted by the author below, the country’s health care system had already started to deteriorate following its “independence” and the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 as it went... Continue Reading →

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