Over the May bank holiday weekend Red Youth participated in a weekend of discussion and debate on V I Lenin's text The State and Revolution with specific reference to Venezuela and the Bolivarian revolution. We were very pleased to be joined by two comrades from Venezuela; Marcos Garcia and Helena Menendez. In total, four sessions … Continue reading Red Youth solidarity with Venezuela
Comrades representing the Glasgow and Aberdeen branches of the CPGB-ML were in attendance for the induction of new candidate members into the Party in Scotland this weekend. All comrades were active red youth and are typical representatives of the new generation of young workers entering the Marxist-Leninist movement today. A couple of comrades had never been … Continue reading Join the CPGB-ML in Scotland
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!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jUHJksW-9E Keith Bennett gives an interesting presentation on the impact of the world capitalist economic crisis of overproduction upon the economic and social life of socialist countries, at a CPGB-ML seminar held as economic meltdown hit in 2009. The classic case of a socialist country immune to crisis is provided, he says, by the Soviet … Continue reading How does Capitalist Crisis affect Socialist Countries?
Comrades and friends assembled in Saklatvala Hall on Saturday and celebrated both the defeat of US imperialism in the Korean war and the attacks on the Moncada barracks led by Fidel Castro which heralded the beginning of the Cuban revolution. Members of the Kim il Sung Socialist Youth League performed revolutionary songs and cpgb-ml artists … Continue reading CPGB-ML and Workers Party of Korea mark 60 years since the first historic defeat of US imperialism
Quentin Tarantino misses the point. Django Unchained is a beguiling film. ‘Beguiling’ may seem an odd adjective for a Tarantino blood-fest, but despite that director’s well-known penchant for violence being well to the fore in this tale of the pre-civil-war southern states of America, the film does charm the viewer. This is chiefly because of … Continue reading Django Unchained
Cde Harpal Brar, Chairman of the CPGB-ML delivered this keynote speech at the party’s recent celebration of the Great Socialist October Revolution of 1917. He explains the historical significance of the October Revolution, the achievements of Soviet Socialism, and its ongoing relevance to workers in Britain. He gives a detailed explanation of modern imperialism, its … Continue reading Revolution in Britain?