The Baggage of Exodus Certain “Trotskyist” theses, like the theory of permanent revolution, first appeared at the beginning of the century in relation to the Russian revolution of 1905. However, the term “Trotskyism” only appeared,…Read More Trotsky, revolutions and the constitution of original “Trotskyism”
Republished From: https://roar.media/english/life/current-affairs/birth-certificates-estate-communities-citizenship-struggle Earlier this month, the government announced that a programme will be initiated this year, to provide estate workers in the Nuwara Eliya district without birth certificates with the necessary documents. The Registrar General’s Department…Read More Birth Certificates: The Final Step In Estate Communities’ Citizenship Struggle?
Synopsis Considered to be among the most powerful women leaders in Kerala, Gowri Amma, as she was fondly called, was the lone surviving member of the first Kerala legislative assembly. Legendary Marxist firebrand and former…Read More Kerala’s ‘Iron Lady” K R Gowri Amma no more
By Eric Hobsbawm The late historian Eric Hobsbawm recounts the history of International Workers’ Day. In 1990 Michael Ignatieff, writing about Easter in the Observer, remarked that “secular societies have never succeeded in providing alternatives to religious…Read More The History of May Day
The philosophy of Marxism The philosophical trend of postmodernism – and its many offshoots – above all serves the ruling class by helping confuse and demoralise the youth. Its aim is to divert them away…Read More Postmodernizm and maxism!
Originally published: Liberation by Gloria La Riva (April 10, 2021) Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General and renowned international human-rights attorney who stood against U.S. military aggression worldwide, died peacefully April 9 at his home in New…Read More Ramsey Clark dies: an Attorney General who turned against imperialism
An interview with historian Mathilde Larrère on the role of women in the Paris Commune. What can we say about the role of women during the events of 18 March 1871 which marked the beginning…Read More “They were all the more monstrous because they were women, they transgressed everything”:
Posted Apr 09, 2021 by Paul Jay Originally published: The Analysis (April 7, 2021 April 7th is Daniel Ellsberg’s 90th birthday. Ellsberg is the original whistleblower. The man who leaked the Pentagon Papers and helped end the Vietnam War. Henry…Read More “The Most Dangerous Man” Turns 90 – Peter Kuznick on Daniel Ellsberg
(Article-04) In the last Article of Gramsci (Article No-03), we discussed “Common Sense” which is what Anthonio Gramsci argued; that the ruling class is using common sense as a tool in order to carry out…Read More Anthonio Gramsci-(1891-1937)
Paris Commune The first workers’ state in the world was born in France in 1871. It was introduced by Marx as the first republic of labour. The Paris Commune was the first working class government formed…Read More The slaves of wage labour attack the heaven