Many opponents of Marxism-Leninism, the revolutionary science, lampoon MLs for our support for non-socialist governments, such as those of Syria, Iran and Zimbabwe. They try to paint us as 'red fascists' who kneejerk support any government opposed to the US. Many comrades new to the left are confused as to why we support these governments, … Continue reading Why do Marxist-Leninists support some non-socialist governments?
Below we publish a letter from a young comrade who had the opportunity to witness revisionism in action, as Rob Griffiths of the Communist Party of Britain was invited to speak at his school. While it is disappointing that such a rank opportunist and arch revisionist was given the opportunity to speak, it is not … Continue reading Britain’s Road to Revisionism
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
Comrades from the CPGB-ML and Red Youth attended the Palestine Solidarity Campaign AGM 2016 on Saturday 23 January, joining hundreds of members from branches, affiliated trade unions, and other organisations. The annual report largely focused on the acheivements of the wider Palestine movement, including the impact of the Boycott, Divest, and Sanction (BDS) movement … Continue reading Palestine Solidarity Campaign AGM 2016
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!
Red Youth and CPGB-ML attended the Wigan Diggers festival on Saturday, remembering another aspect of the people's British history, rather than the bourgeois narratives that seek to erase the rich heritage of workers in this country and abroad.
The Indian Workers Association (Great Britain), has played a significant role in the British working class movement over the last 60 years. The Grenwich & Bexley Heath branch of the Indian Workers Association (Great Britain) held this meeting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of their branch. (1:34) Harpal Brar, National organiser of … Continue reading Indian Workers in Britain – 50th Anniversary of the IWA (GB)
Ballots for the Labour Party leadership election were sent out on 14 August by post and voting ends on 10 September. An estimated 120,000 people have paid £3 in order to become 'affiliated members', and vote in the election, substantially increasing the party's membership figures, which had been steadily eroding over the preceding years. Trade unions … Continue reading Labour’s leadership election – #JezWeCan – Voting Corbyn without illusions? Nothing can make Labour a party of the working class.
In the wake of joint military exercises (Foal Eagle and Ulchi Freedom-Guardian) staged by the United States of America and the Republic of Korea (South Korea) on the border of the DPR Korea (North Korea), clearly designed to threaten and sabotage any peace talks, the South has resumed broadcasting propaganda across the demilitarised zone. Understandably … Continue reading Korea: no game! Tensions escalate as USA and South Korea threaten war with the North
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?