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How does Capitalist Crisis affect Socialist Countries?

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…

Valentina Tereshkova – socialism sends women to the cosmos!

Red Youth salutes the revolutionary women of the world! Our young cadre will be publishing short pieces all this week to celebrate our revolutionary heroines in the run up to International Women's Day. Today comrade Geoff, from Salford, discusses…

Celebrate May 9 – Victory Day! The work of Stalin and the Red Army!

Today - 9 May 2012 - marks the 67th Anniversary of the victory of the Soviet Union over Nazi German Fascism; when the red flag was raised over the Reichstag by the victorious Red Army, while Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his bunker in…

Labour, Tory same old story – fight all the cuts!

Red Youth and cpgb-ml comrades attended an anti-cuts demo outside the Labour Party Conference on Sunday. Comrades were there to highlight the role played by all the main parties who're in service to big business, and to argue that a simple…

Durham Miners Gala; ditch Labour to fight the cuts!

This year's Durham Miner's Gala saw thousands upon thousands of ordinary working class men and women descend on Durham to celebrate working class history and culture. It was clear from the overall mood of many who attended that sections (a…

Through Hell for Hitler – NAZIs v NATO

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wP-JUBAQMPI] Henry Friedrich Carl Metelmann, was born on 25 December 1922, the son of a socialist railway worker in Hamburg, Germany. As a lively and active boy, he joined the scouts, and later his group…

Revolution in Britain?

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYQO_KLPLhE] 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…