As I write this, I am currently in the middle of finishing part 2 of my Irish history essay project. Encompassing the vast tapestry of Irish history into a small collection of papers is proving to be quite the monumental task, one of which I may not conquer until the end of the school semester. … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Rousseau, Human Nature, and Capitalism
"The cause of labour is the cause of Ireland, the cause of Ireland is the cause of labour". - James Connolly Irish history is one of famine, repression, and partition. The struggle of the Irish people against imperialism has been one of inspiration for many revolutionaries across the world. In Ireland, many of the guerrilla … Continue reading The Irish Fight for Freedom – Part 1: The Clans to The Famine
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
Revolution has been around since the beginning of time. The first major one that reverberated across the world was the French Revolution. The French Revolution began the era of bourgeois democracy and capitalism and the beginning of the end of absolute monarchy. The French Revolution was also one built up by the people of France. … Continue reading France, Haiti, and the Communards
The modern world faces revolutionaries with many reactionary ideas. Ideas such as racism, fascism, sexism that attempt to hinder the progress of society. The question arises: How do we solve this issue? Some say that the people know better, but history shows us otherwise. Some believe that the fight against reaction can be done through … Continue reading Tactics of Anti-Fascist Resistance