EMEP: Violence against women is rising!

Today, 25 November and Solidarity Day Against Violence Against Women ‘in the violence against women in our country, hidden and open forms is in progress. 2011’s Turkey the right to life, the woman is one of the biggest problems. Killed in Sudan reasons, the rape, beaten, tortured and tormented, forced to commit suicide in aContinue reading “EMEP: Violence against women is rising!”

“New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part III: Social and Cultural Development in the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania

The Albanian Educational System The struggle for the Albanian school has a long history. From early times, the Albanian people have had to fight, weapons in hand, for their education just as they have had to fight for their freedom. During the late 19th century and early 20th century, there were few schools in existenceContinue reading ““New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part III: Social and Cultural Development in the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania”

PCMLE: Socialism, urgent demand for the liberation of women

From En Marcha, the newspaper of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador (PCMLE). “Our experience has fully confirmed the absolute necessity to link the problem of complete emancipation of women in national liberation and the cause of the proletariat. Without the participation of women can not be carried out successfully without the socialist revolution andContinue reading “PCMLE: Socialism, urgent demand for the liberation of women”

PCMLE: Albanian revolution: a radical economic, social and political transformation

From En Marcha, the newspaper of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador (PCMLE). People’s Power was born in the struggle for national liberation, as the dictatorship of the revolutionary democratic forces. This popular power was established from the ground destroying the old power of landlords and bourgeoisie. On November 29, 1944 workers, youth and peopleContinue reading “PCMLE: Albanian revolution: a radical economic, social and political transformation”

Clara Zetkin: a fighter for the liberation of working women

On the anniversary of 75 years, Clara Zetkin received a unique gift. A greeting of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, who was addressing “the fearless spokesman of the proletarian revolution, the friend and companion of the working masses of the USSR and a fighter for the liberation of theContinue reading “Clara Zetkin: a fighter for the liberation of working women”

Studies VII: The PCOT & Religion and the State (II)

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies VII: The PCOT & Religion and the State (II)”

Studies VI: What’s in a Name?

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies VI: What’s in a Name?”

Studies III: PCOT and Women’s Issues (I)

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies III: PCOT and Women’s Issues (I)”

PCOT: Revolution until we achieve full and effective equality between the sexes

Tunisian women salutes this year’s International Women’s Day in a historic new. The Tunisian people revolted and managed on 14 January last drop of the dictator and the seizure of freedom. Today he continues his revolution to finally get rid of the dictatorship and the establishment of a democratic system, and achieve a national andContinue reading “PCOT: Revolution until we achieve full and effective equality between the sexes”

AML Principles

PRINCIPLES OF ALLIANCE (M-L) 1. The aims of the Newsletter are to : i) Provide a Marxist-Leninist analysis of modern life, and to analyse the rise of revisionism world wide. ii) Discuss practical progressive policy. iii) Discuss a programme for progressives in North America ultimately to develop a M-L movement. 2. All discussion is openContinue reading “AML Principles”

Blackwater used ‘child prostitutes in Iraq’

New disturbing charges have emerged against XE, the infamous private security firm formerly known as Blackwater Worldwide, whose operations came under spotlight after its 2007 carnage in Baghdad. According to a report by MSNBC and based on alleged sworn declarations by two Blackwater employees in federal court, the firm used child prostitutes at its compoundContinue reading “Blackwater used ‘child prostitutes in Iraq’”

Michael Parenti on Chinese Capitalism

The following excerpt was written by Michael Parenti in the expanded edition of his article on Tibetan feudalism entitled, “Friendly Feudalism: the Tibet Myth.” In this work, the left-wing scholar exposes some of the realities of Chinese social-imperialism. Finally, let it be said that if Tibet’s future is to be positioned somewhere within China’s emergingContinue reading “Michael Parenti on Chinese Capitalism”

Blake’s “Visions of the Daughters of Albion”

The main character Oothoon in The Visions of the Daughters of Albion is a liberation figure challenging not only male chauvinism and marriage but the institution of slavery and imperialism in general. The female protagonist Oothoon, a sex slave who is raped by the slave driver Bromion, is clearly made to represent both the fertile,Continue reading “Blake’s “Visions of the Daughters of Albion””