Today is the anniversary of the death of Friedrich Engels, who, along with his comrade Karl Marx, was one of the fathers of scientific socialism. Engels dedicated his life to the communist cause, and contributed immensely to the development of scientific socialism with invaluable works such as Anti-Dühring, Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, Dialectics of Nature, … Continue reading Friedrich Engels: founder of scientific socialism
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!
Join Red Youth and CPGB-ML comrades to mark International Workers' Day, on Friday 1st May 11:30am at Clerkenwell Green, to celebrate our proud history of working-class resistance! May 1st is a significant day for workers across the world. It is a time to celebrate the hard-won victories of workers of all countries in our on-going … Continue reading May 1 – Celebrate International Workers’ Day
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?
The divide between capitalists and workers, both politically and economically, is continuing to expand rapidly as we sink further into economic crisis. Adding to the relative and absolute impoverishment of the working class in the material sense is the impoverishment of our minds. The most glaring example of our lack of class consciousness or of … Continue reading School is a tool
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
Protests have been held across the UK in support of Gaza and the Palestinian victims of Zionist butchery. We'll post some of the images here: Cardiff Birmingham A Jew that fought the Nazis tells it like it is! Listen to Jack Shapiro, anti-Zionist, anti-Nazi, communist hero tells the truth about the Gaza massacre in 2009:
Unemployment in Britain is now over 2.5 million, with young people being especially hit; people under 25 account for about 40 percent of the unemployed and according to latest figures youth unemployment stands in excess of 1 million. Any day you visit the jobcentre it is literally bursting with people competing for jobs and the … Continue reading Unemployment and the fight back
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“Capital hates the absence of profit or small profits as nature hates vacuum. If the gain is adequate, it becomes brave: if 10% of gain are secured, it is ready to invest in any place , 20% and it heats up; 50% and it becomes reckless; 100% and it tramples on all human laws; 300% … Continue reading Marx Explains the Slave Trade, Smuggling, Colonialism, Exploitation, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya…