Issue: March/April 2022

  • Defend Russia’s right to counter NATO aggression by any means necessary!

    The Russian intervention in Ukraine, depicted ludicrously by Boris Johnson as an unprovoked attack upon a democratic country, is in fact the very belated response to a slowly unfolding aggression against Russia which has been waged over three decades. The military challenge to this long erosion... [Read more]

  • Renegacy of Stop The War

    On 2 March 2022 the Trotskyite-revisionist led Stop The War coalition convened a meeting at Conway Hall in London to protest about the war in Ukraine. Comrades who attended noted the following:All the speeches consisted of1. self felating for previous mobilisations against the Iraq war,2. Russia... [Read more]

  • DPRK backs Russia over its action in Ukraine

    The greatest danger the world is now faced with is high-handedness and arbitrariness of the United States and its vassal forces that are shaking international peace and stability at the basis.The US unilateral and unfair cold war mentality and its bloc-forming external policy make the structure... [Read more]

  • “Cuba advocates a solution that guarantees the security and sovereignty of all”

    Statement from Cuba’s Revolutionary Government,  February 28, 2022The US determination to continue NATO’s progressive expansion toward the Russian Federation’s borders has brought about a scenario with implications of unpredictable scope, which could have been avoided.United States’ and NATO’s... [Read more]

  • The crisis in Ukraine is not about Ukraine. It’s about Germany

    An article by Mike Whitney dated 15 February 2022 reproduced from Global Research, with thanks. Although written before Russia commenced operations in Ukraine, it nevertheless is useful for drawing attention to US imperialism’s goading of Russia as a means of causing an irreparable rift between... [Read more]

  • Failed ‘colour revolution’ in Kazakhstan

    On 1 January this year a few hundred people demonstrated in the city of Zhanaozen, which lies a thousand miles southwest of Nur Sultan (formerly Astana), the capital city of Kazakhstan. Originally begun as a protest against a steep hike in the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), the favourite... [Read more]

  • Amnesty International’s report exposing crimes of the Israeli apartheid state

    Reproduced from Amnesty International’s website, with thanks.Israel’s apartheid against Palestinians: a cruel system of domination and a crime against humanityIsraeli authorities must be held accountable for committing the crime of apartheid against Palestinians, Amnesty International said today... [Read more]

  • A revolutionary salute to the Lao People’s Democratic Republic – by Devin Cole

    Reproduced from Workers’ World, with thanksDecember 2, 2021, was the 46th anniversary of the end of the Laotian Civil War. Not only did the Royal Lao Government, in power from 1947 to 1975, fall that day, but also the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, a socialist nation with a Marxist-Leninist... [Read more]

  • Why should the working class pay the cost of the capitalist crisis?

    As we come out of the Covid pandemic we are being hurtled into another world pandemic – a pandemic of rising prices and falling standards of living. British households are being warned that they can on average expect a 2% fall in their living standards in 2022 as compared to 2021 as a result of... [Read more]

  • The iniquitous and outrageous Nationality and Borders Bill

    Following on from the preparatory laws that have been added lately to the state armoury for oppressing workers and putting down any possible insurrections or even disagreements with government taken to the streets in protest, we now see the Nationality and Borders Bill sat in the Committee stage... [Read more]

  • Hero of the working class – Kim Philby

    Kim Philby is a famous traitor – to British imperialism.  He spent the best years of his life working in the interests of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics against those who sought to undermine it and finish it off, mainly Nazi Germany and British imperialism.  His most important work took... [Read more]

  • Film Review: The Battle at Lake Changjin

    by Nina Kosta and George KorkovelosChinese propaganda and the fight against US Imperialism, Socialist legacies in today’s contextA Chinese war film was the biggest blockbuster of 2021, outpacing the latest James Bond movie. The Battle at Lake Changjin is an epic war film commissioned by the... [Read more]

  • London’s Great Council Housing Fraud

    The Labour Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has made endless headlines with his promises of building large numbers of council homes. In his 2021 election manifesto, he boasted about the: ‘record-breaking progress made on increasing the numbers of genuinely affordable homes being built across London.’... [Read more]