Washington’s war on Haiti and the neocolonial charity-industrial complex – with Kim Ives (video)

[The Haitian Revolution of 1791 was the largest and most successful slave revolt, culminating in Haiti’s independence from France in 1804. However, to this day, the Caribbean nation continues to be subjugated to imperialists -- the United States and France in particular. From the ousting of the popular, democratically elected and anti-imperialist government of Jean-Bertrand... Continue Reading →

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U.S. May Strike Syria Even if No Chemical Weapons Accusation is Made

[On September 8th two U.S. jets bombed the town of Hajin, in the Syrian Deir Ezzor province, using banned white phosphorus incendiary munitions. Throughout the conflict, the U.S. and its allies have made a habit of accusing the Syrian government of using chemical weapons (and other fabricated atrocities) to use as pretexts to prolong and... Continue Reading →

A History of John McCain’s Calls for War

[On August 25th, 2018, Senator and former U.S. Republican Presidential candidate John McCain died at the age of 81; he was diagnosed with brain cancer last year on July 2017. Given the current climate of identity politics in the Trump Era, “anti-war” liberals have gone as far as to rehabilitate once-widely reviled war criminals such... Continue Reading →

On the Situation in Korea

On the Situation in Korea by Rizal Roja 28 July 2017 As the situation on the Korean peninsula continues to grow more dangerous, the international left is thrown into confusion regarding the correct position to be taken. Some so called “revolutionaries”, particularly in North America, are yet again making themselves tools for Empire, going as... Continue Reading →

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