Cuba is Socialist – and so we will be!

Cuban ambassador to the UK, Comrade Teresita Vicente, speaks powerfully at the CPGB-ML meeting to celebrate the 99th anniversary of the Great Socialist October Revolution held in Saklatvala Hall, Southall, West London on 5th November 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2Lt97HdAks Her full speech is now available to view in this video. Please watch and listen carefully to her words, … Continue reading Cuba is Socialist – and so we will be!

Stalin’s significance today – Red Youth Corinne

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

Ol’ Man River: Robeson’s Legacy

Comrades last week joined a packed audience at Marx Memorial Library to celebrate the life, work, and message of Paul Robeson 40 years after his death. A panel consisting of Glenroy Watson, Hakim Adi, George Galloway, Paul Reid, and Tayo Aluko paid tribute to Robeson's lifelong struggle against racism, imperialism, and injustice. The panel spoke … Continue reading Ol’ Man River: Robeson’s Legacy

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?

Anarchism or Socialism?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bfb8Dhog3Ts What are the beliefs of the Anarchists? How are they different from the socialists and communists? In particular: is capitalism the enemy, or is the state machine the enemy? What do the anarchists think workers should do if they are successful in getting rid of exploitative capitalism? What are the anarchists' criticisms of communism? … Continue reading Anarchism or Socialism?

J. V. Stalin’s Foundations of Leninism republished and on sale for May 1st!

Having republished J. V. Stalin’s classic pamphlet Foundations of Leninism the CPGB-ML has organised a print run of The History of the CPSU(b) - Short Course. These books are now on sale via the party ebay account. Candidate and full-members of the CPGB-ML and Red Youth are requested to order their copies through sales@cpgb-ml.org where … Continue reading J. V. Stalin’s Foundations of Leninism republished and on sale for May 1st!

Lets learn the true history of the GDR!

The CPGB-ML encourages all it's branches and groups to engage in study and to learn from the study each  one of us undertakes in the spirit of the Red Youth motto each one, teach one! Across the country our members make presentations to modest sized meetings of Party comrades, Proletarian subscribers and friends to open … Continue reading Lets learn the true history of the GDR!

Cadre development programme for 2015 begins!

Red Youth comrades can apply each year to enter onto a cadre development programme in Marxism-Leninism. This year Red Youth has just over twenty young comrades on the programme run by the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist). Comrade Aberrabii a student in the West Midlands has completed his first module which requires a written … Continue reading Cadre development programme for 2015 begins!

Cuban Embassy speak at CPGB-ML celebration

Jorge Luis Garcia, from the Cuban Embassy, speaks to British workers, members and supporters of the CPGB-ML, gathered to celebrate the 97th Anniversary of the October Revolution in Saklatvala hall in November 2014.   He explains that Cuba not only brought the October Revolution to the Americas, but outlines some of the practical ways in … Continue reading Cuban Embassy speak at CPGB-ML celebration