Issue: November/December 2010

  • Refutation of bourgeois attempts at falsification of the glorious achievements of Soviet communism

    Over the past few years, the imperialist bourgeoisie has intensified its efforts to falsify history by maligning the achievements of communism, while at the same time hiding the crimes committed by imperialism.  In particular, an attempt is being made to equate communism with fascism.  The... [Read more]

  • In Remembrance of Comrades Marie and Jack Shapiro

    In celebration of the lifelong service to the communist movement of Comrades Marie and Jack Shapiro, a memorial stone has been placed in Highgate Cemetery (opposite the grave of Karl Marx). Close family and friends, including representatives of the CPGB-ML, gathered there on Sunday 17 October... [Read more]

  • Nobel Peace Prize Award: A shameless farce and yet another imperialist provocation against People’s China

    The Nobel Peace Prize was established in accordance with the will of the Swedish scientist Alfred Nobel, who decreed that it be awarded to persons who “shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity among nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and... [Read more]

  • CPGB-ML meeting reports back on visit to Korea

    A delegation from the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist) (CPGB-ML) visited the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) from 21-28 September at the invitation of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK), further consolidating the warm fraternal relations between the two parties.The... [Read more]

  • Ecuador: US-backed coup is crushed by the people

    Defeat of the coupOn Thursday 30th September news broke of a coup attempt in Ecuador’s capital city Quito against the country’s president, Rafael Correa.  On the back of a protest sparked by a new law on civil service pay and promotion, police across the country had been encouraged by opposition... [Read more]

  • A Tale of Two Demos

    Early autumn saw two significant demonstrations in response to the impending public sector cuts looming over the heads of workers.  The first was in Manchester, the second in Birmingham.  The Manchester march was called by the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) and took place on the eve of the... [Read more]

  • Chancellor Osborne’s Public Spending Review: a savage assault on the working class

    On Wednesday 20 October, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, announced his long-awaited public spending review.  Everybody knew that massive spending cuts were coming equal to around £81 billion over 4 years, but it was at last announced where the cuts would fall, and it became... [Read more]

  • The fiasco of the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games

    More than 7 years ago, on 13 November 2003 to be precise, India was announced as the host of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.  This was supposed to be an event to showcase an emerging Asian power on the world stage – and only a few months before the Games were staged, the Indian Organising Committee... [Read more]