Issue: March/April 2023

  • Glory to the heroes of Stalingrad!

    February 2 this year marked the 80th anniversary of the battle of Stalingrad. It was a battle of titanic proportions. Before we deal with this battle, which changed the course of the Second World War, some background information as to events leading up to this battle is in order.The Soviet... [Read more]

  • Ukraine: Defeats in the front line spark chaos in the Kiev junta

    With Soledar fallen, Bakhmut surrounded and the liberation of the Donbass proceeding apace, the imperialist disaster on the military front is now translating into an extraordinary descent into faction-fighting on the political front. Attempts by the CIA chief William Burns to bang heads together... [Read more]

  • NordStream sabotage – Seymour Hersh’s revelations

    On 8 February 2023, Seymour Hersh, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, published the results of his latest investigation, exposing the lies of the US administration concerning the sabotage of Russia’s NordStream pipelines.Everybody knew that it was US imperialism that had perpetrated the sabotage,... [Read more]

  • British local councils are going bankrupt with consequent loss of public services

    As if it were not bad enough that wages are not keeping up with inflation, that the cost of living has soared and the NHS is being bled to death by privateers and successive British governments dedicated to medical privatisation, it is now coming more and more to light that local councils are in... [Read more]

  • The French proletariat fights for its pension and retirement rights

    France, like every other European nation is reeling under the combined weight of (1) self-inflicted financial meltdown as the Euro economies are throwing themselves and their workers to the wolves in a futile effort to save US hegemony, and (2) the ever-present cyclical crises of overproduction... [Read more]

  • The murder of Tyre Nichols

    On the evening of January 7, in a poor, mainly black, area of Memphis, a 29 year old black man driving home in his car was stopped by police and beaten to death. Tyre Nichols had committed no traffic violation that can be found on any traffic cameras, police car cams or the officers’ body cams.... [Read more]

  • Israeli persecution of Palestinians
    taken to a new level

    Since the start of 2023 until 30 January we saw 35 Palestinian people murdered by either the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) or the even more blood-thirsty (if that is possible) Zionist settler movement, a fact which is marked mostly by its near total absence from the TV and newspaper reports... [Read more]

  • A tribute to Jenny Marx – to mark International Women’s Day

    On International Women’s Day, we once more use the occasion to bring to the attention of our readers a reminder of the lives of women who have made outstanding contributions to the class struggle of the proletariat and/or the oppressed.In this context we bring to the fore the life of a woman... [Read more]

  • Ukraine – From coup d’état to war

    By Mario SousaThe lack of information about the events in Ukraine is great and makes many people wonder what is really happening and why. With these thoughts I wrote the following article.On December 1, 1991, Ukraine declared itself an independent country even though the Soviet Union only ceased... [Read more]

  • The West seeks to leverage Estonia against Russia

    Reproduced from Infobrics, with thanksAhmed Adel, Cairo-based geopolitics and political economy researcher, Tuesday, January 31, 2023Western intentions to arm Estonia with the most modern types of conventional weapons which can target Saint Petersburg, as well as the installation of a... [Read more]

  • The DPRK pledges firm support for Russia

    Pyongyang, January 27 (KCNA) — Kim Yo Jong, vice-department director of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, issued the following press statement on 27 January 2023:The US, which has exposed the whole continent of Europe to the grave danger of war and caused big and small... [Read more]