https://soundcloud.com/proletarianradio/basics-of-political-economy-a-talk-by-harpal-brar-birmingham-1996 Red Youth reproduce on Proletarian Radio this short but informative talk given by comrade Harpal Brar at a meeting of British workers and communists in 1996 on the topic of political economy. We do so to aid the study of political economy which is ongoing around the country in red youth and CPGB-ML study … Continue reading Basics of Political Economy – A talk by Harpal Brar, Birmingham 1996
Comrades from Red Youth helped to organise CPGB-ML pickets in London and Birmingham yesterday in protest of attempts by NatWest bank to shut the account of broadcaster Russia Today. Such a move is not only a serious infringement on the limited press freedoms which exist in bourgeois society, it is also part and parcel of … Continue reading Successful pickets of RBS and NatWest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6GO_GxdtZQ "We have faced almost a century of all-out ideological war from the bourgeois camp and their petty-bourgeois agents. they are determined to neuter the revolutionary potential of the working-class, to erase the achievements of the people struggling and working for the benefit of the majority, and to obfuscate the path to socialism." May Day … Continue reading Stalin and the USSR – myth and reality
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XapASGT2i9w Corinne from Red Youth and the CPGB-ML talks at the Februray 2016 annual general meeting of the Stalin Society in London. She asks - who was Stalin? What role did he play in the formation of the world’s fist socialist country - the USSR - and the building and defence of socialism? What lasting … Continue reading Stalin’s significance today – Red Youth Corinne
https://youtu.be/98_aua4jbeQ In what is likely to be the turning point of the war - the beginning of the end for the western-backed jihadi terrorist groups, both 'moderate' and 'militant', 'FSA', Al-Nusra and Daesh/IS - the Syrian Arab Army have broken the terrorist's hold on Aleppo. For full details, read the latest Syria article in February's … Continue reading Siege of Aleppo defeated!
Comrades from the CPGB-ML and Red Youth attended the Palestine Solidarity Campaign AGM 2016 on Saturday 23 January, joining hundreds of members from branches, affiliated trade unions, and other organisations. The annual report largely focused on the acheivements of the wider Palestine movement, including the impact of the Boycott, Divest, and Sanction (BDS) movement … Continue reading Palestine Solidarity Campaign AGM 2016
We send our congratulations and support to those students of Oxford University who have initiated a campaign to topple Cecil Rhodes Statue, which stands outside Oriel College, half-way up the well known university town's High Street (pictured). This seemingly innocuous campaign, echoing those initiated by the South African students of Capetown and Johannesburg, is considered … Continue reading Rhodes Must Fall!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdcLDhOQSos Comrade Yongho Thae, from the Embassy of the DPRK (North Korea), speaks about the significance of the Great Socialist October Revolution, at the CPGB-ML's meeting to celebrate its 98th Anniversary, held on Noveber 7th 2015 in Saklatvala Hall, Southall. Comrade Thae talks about the significance of the October Revolution to all people who suffered … Continue reading North Korean Ambassador Sings Russian Song on 98th Anniversary of the October Revolution!
Anti-war demonstrations against British airstrikes in Syria took place across the country on Saturday (12/12/2015), with a march in London, attended by thousands, taking place from BBC Broadcasting House to a rally outside Downing St. The anger was palpable, and rightly so. After a brief stall when Cameron's previous attempts to openly bomb Syria were … Continue reading Anti-war and anti-imperialism: where Stop the War fails
This Saturday a huge demonstration swept through the streets of London, with around 300,000 people marching from Marble Arch to Parliament Square to show solidarity with refugees, and to demand better treatment for asylum seekers in Britain and across the EU. The protesters were addressed at Parliament Square by Jeremy Corbyn, as his first official … Continue reading Who Created the Refugee Crisis?