Anti-war and anti-imperialism: where Stop the War fails

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

Who Created the Refugee Crisis?

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?

Birmingham Communist Party host Marcel Cartier

The Communist Party in Birmingham hosted US musician and journalist Marcel Cartier today at a well attended meeting. Birmingham CPGB-ML and Red Youth were extremely happy to receive Marcel who only returned from a trip to Cuba this weekend. Addressing comrades and friends Marcel spoke about the very contrasting experiences he has had this year, … Continue reading Birmingham Communist Party host Marcel Cartier

National Union of Syrian Students – video footage showing terrorists at work in Syria

The following short video is from the National Union of Syrian Students and was distributed by them at the World Festival of Youth and Students, held in Quito, Ecuador, December 2013. The National Union of Syrian Students is an anti-imperialist youth organisation inside Syria struggling alongside the forces opposed to western backed intervention and terrorism. … Continue reading National Union of Syrian Students – video footage showing terrorists at work in Syria

Syrian delegation speaks to British Delegate at 18th WFYS in Quito, Ecuador

The head of the Syrian delegation Dr Saleh Al Rashed (President of the Syrian Revolutionary Youth Union) speaks at the world festival of youth and students to the British delegation. Despite the brutal and bloody campaign which has been unleashed against the Syrian people by imperialism the Syrians understand and continue to draw the distinction … Continue reading Syrian delegation speaks to British Delegate at 18th WFYS in Quito, Ecuador

British delegation promotes strong anti-imperialist line on "Europe Day" at Quito festival

Comrades from Red Youth and RCG, who make up the socialist contingent on the British delegation to Quito, distribute tonnes of literature and speak to hundreds of revolutionaries from across the world. Hundreds of progressive youth came to speak with the British delegation all through "Europe day" at this years WFDY Festival. Comrades from the … Continue reading British delegation promotes strong anti-imperialist line on "Europe Day" at Quito festival

Hands Off Syria, Victory to Assad: An exchange between the CPGB-ML and Media Lens.

The correspondence below was written by a CPGB-ML member in response to an article that appeared on MediaLens.org titled ‘Structural inclinations – the leaning tower of propaganda: chemical weapons attacks in Ghouta, Syria’ on 9 October. We publish this not as an attack on Media Lens, whose work we value and respect, but as an … Continue reading Hands Off Syria, Victory to Assad: An exchange between the CPGB-ML and Media Lens.

Statement of the Syrian Communist Youth Union

Red Youth, standing shoulder to shoulder with our comrades in the Syrian Communist Youth Union reproduce the statement of the revolutionary Syrian youth who stand with the legitimate government of the Syrian people and the President Bashar al-Assad against the imperialist-backed forces of reaction and obscurantism. Dear comrades and friends: Nowadays, Syria is facing one … Continue reading Statement of the Syrian Communist Youth Union

Syrian government to use chemical weapons? B*llocks!

Anyone with a fleeting interest in foreign affairs could be forgiven this week for experiencing déjà vu as the United States, without a trace of evidence, accused the Syrian government of preparing to use chemical weapons on its people. In rhetoric that echoed the false claims of Iraqi WMDs last decade, western leaders intensified their … Continue reading Syrian government to use chemical weapons? B*llocks!