Ever since left-wing, anti-capitalist, and progressive thinking came into political prominence, it has been the goal of the ruling classes to suppress it. Despite the efforts of 2 Red Scares and COINTELPRO, movements for social justice and liberation have trudged on and have inspired countless generations of activists. We will be focusing on the struggles … Continue reading The Suppression of Radical Politics
Recently, political shifts in the Korean peninsula have led to a brand new hope for peace and unification in Korea. This began with the participation of the DPRK in the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea and it culminated in the meeting between Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-In on the DMZ in April. More recently, … Continue reading Korea: Progress Towards Peace
2018 marks the 70th anniversary of the Nakba or the forced migration of more than 700,000 Palestinians from their homes by the Israeli occupiers. This was part of the greater 1948 Palestine War, which is also given the name of Nakba. Nakba in Arabic means catastrophe and it was a major catastrophe for the Palestinian … Continue reading The Palestinian Struggle
In recent months, the interests of the United States in the Middle East have been very apparent. We have seen an increase in US-Saudi relations, US-led coalition strikes in Syria, reinforcing of the US ties with Israel, and the civil war in Syria rages on. Much of this is very complex and requires a nuance … Continue reading Oppression, Intervention, Sanctions – US Policy in the Middle East
Tonight, on the 13th of April, the imperial coalition of the Americans, French, and British led a missile strike on the cities of Damascus and Homs in Syria. This blatant aggression has done nothing more than damage the peace process in Syria and help the reactionary militants of ISIS and the imperial running dogs of … Continue reading Resist American Imperialism! – In Syria and Around the World!
Revolution and socialist construction are daunting tasks for revolutionaries to face, no matter their ideological tendency. Be we Anarchists or Maoists, we all have the same goal and face the same tribulations. We are all working class and advocates for the liberation of all working people. This is why we must build a united front … Continue reading On United Fronts
Since the First World War, the United States has had a general foreign policy of interventionism in world affairs. This interventionism strengthened after the Second World War with the dawn of the Cold War against the USSR. Many justifications have been used for US intervention: spreading democracy, protection of allies, and the protection of US … Continue reading The Negative Effects of US Foreign Policy