CPGB-ML interviews an American political analyst about Trump and his impact on imperialism

In the following interview, I sat down with an American political analyst to discuss Donald Trump’s victory in the US Presidential elections and whether or not he represents a blow to imperialism. We discussed the impact Trump would have if he sticks to his promises regarding NATO and free trade agreements and whether of not … Continue reading CPGB-ML interviews an American political analyst about Trump and his impact on imperialism

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

Rhodes Must Fall!

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!

No Pasaran in Wigan!

On 19 September the National Front held a demonstration in Wigan against immigration and the recent refugee crisis. Prior to this demonstration their local organiser, Daniel Lewis, called for homosexuals to be gassed in response to the Manchester gay pride festival. The National Front was met by counter-protesters from parties such as the Communist Party … Continue reading No Pasaran in Wigan!

The US Civil Rights Struggle – Negroes with Guns

Matt from the CPGB-ML takes a look at the way the history of the civil rights movement in America is taught. It is taught emphasising the moderate, and leaving out the revolutionary, so that its true lessons are rarely appreciated by students and in particular, by exploited and oppressed workers. And that is precisely the … Continue reading The US Civil Rights Struggle – Negroes with Guns

Joint enterprise challenge in the Supreme Court

It was recently announced that the Supreme Court is to look into issues surrounding the notorious joint enterprise law for the first time. This is a law under which many young working-class and ethnic-minority people have been put behind bars for crimes they did not commit. The law is over 300 years old, and was … Continue reading Joint enterprise challenge in the Supreme Court

No Justice – No Peace!

The British State Murders with impunity: ‘to Protect and Serve’ the Capitalist Class. Not only the Met, but the whole capitalist system is inherently racist and anti-working class, and needs to be dismantled. This is the core truth that underlies Police Injustice. RACISM For much of Britain’s working class, long shackled by unemployment, debt and … Continue reading No Justice – No Peace!

Capitalism and the demonisation of foreign nationals

We reproduce below a letter to Red Youth from a young comrade from south-east England focusing on the racial segregation that is driven into the British public through capitalism's most insidious tool - the private media. Such contributions are an essential part to the building of a organised mass-movement against the imperialist ruling class. Only by … Continue reading Capitalism and the demonisation of foreign nationals

George Zimmerman's not-guilty verdict is abhorrent and symptomatic of a racist, unjust political system.

George Zimmerman, the neighbourhood watch co-ordinator who shot and murdered an unarmed black teenager, has walked free from a Florida courtroom. The jury - five out of six of whom were white - took 16 hours to deliberate and return a unanimous 'not guilty' verdict. It is with disgust - but not surprise - that … Continue reading George Zimmerman's not-guilty verdict is abhorrent and symptomatic of a racist, unjust political system.