Grover Furr: Israeli Rule over Palestinians is Fascist

Originally published in The Montclarion, student newspaper at Montclair State College (now University), Thursday, May 5, 1988, p. 13. To the editor: Professor Edward Aronow’s letter of April 21 on Israeli treatment of Palestinians is so filled with error and distortion that one short response can only begin to correct it. Israeli rule over Palestinians isContinue reading “Grover Furr: Israeli Rule over Palestinians is Fascist”

The dirty dozen: Israel’s racist ringleaders

Israelis chant “Sudanese Back To Sudan” during a right-wing demonstration against African refugees in south Tel Aviv, 30 May 2012. (Oren Ziv / ActiveStills) David Sheen Does Israel refuse to grant equal rights to Palestinian citizens of the state because it is based on an ideology of racism towards people who are not Jewish? Or does IsraelContinue reading “The dirty dozen: Israel’s racist ringleaders”

PFLP condemns Zionist attack on Syria

Statement by Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine Commenting on the Zionist aggression on Syria, the official spokesperson of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), Comrade Abu Ahmad Fouad of the Political Bureau of the PFLP, made a statement denouncing the brutal aggression on Syria as a heinous crime and aContinue reading “PFLP condemns Zionist attack on Syria”

Teargas as thousands protest top opposition leader assassination in Tunisia (PHOTOS)

Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid has been shot dead outside his home, prompting thousands of Tunisians to protest in the capital and across the country, torching ruling party offices in several towns and chanting “the government should fall.” (FOLLOW LIVE UPDATES) In Tunis thousands of people flooded the central Habib Bourguiba Avenue, close to the tree-linedContinue reading “Teargas as thousands protest top opposition leader assassination in Tunisia (PHOTOS)”

Leila Khaled on Revolution & Life

“I have learned that a woman can be a fighter, a freedom fighter, a political activist, and that she can fall in love and be loved. She can be married, have children, be a mother. Revolution must mean life also; every aspect of life.” — Leila Khaled

Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan): Condemn the Despicable Assassination of Chokri Belaid in Tunisia!

Chokri Belaid, a popular, prominent, and tireless fighter for the freedom and independence of Tunisia was assassinated in front of his house on the morning of February 6, 2013. Comrade Chokri was the general secretary of the United Party of Patriotic Democrats (PUPD) of Tunisia and a leading member of the Popular Front, a coalitionContinue reading “Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan): Condemn the Despicable Assassination of Chokri Belaid in Tunisia!”

When Gaza Burns

When Gaza Burns by Charlie Mann Gaza burns tonight. It burns alone by the sea, And it burns in the minds of the masses, Tears in their eyes with news of dead children, Explosions that reverberate In the ears of those Across the globe. Mothers, daughters, fathers, sons, Brothers and sisters and uncles and aunts Feel theContinue reading “When Gaza Burns”

International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations: Resolution on the West African Region and Mali

Since 2010, the West African region and particularly the sub-Saharan zone has been marked by the armed interference and intervention of the imperialist powers. The objectives of those actions are: * Political, geostrategic and military, related to the struggle for the redivision of the world and of the African continent. * Economic (access to theContinue reading “International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations: Resolution on the West African Region and Mali”

International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations: Resolution on the Situation in Syria

The plenary of the ICMLPO, held for the first time in Africa, reaffirms its support for the right of the Syrian people to live under a democratic regime: a regime that guarantees freedom, equality, social justice and dignity, as well as assures the unity and total independence of the country, including the recovery of theContinue reading “International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations: Resolution on the Situation in Syria”

Tunisia’s ‘unfinished revolution’ — interview with Workers’ Party militant

By Peter Boyle November 16, 2012 — Green Left Weekly — Abdel Jabbar Madouri (pictured above) has been a militant in Tunisia since his early secondary school days. He was jailed three times (in 1987,1993 and 2002) because of his political activism. After every arrest, he was tortured and then sentenced to more then 12 years in jail. Madouri spentContinue reading “Tunisia’s ‘unfinished revolution’ — interview with Workers’ Party militant”

Marxism & Bourgeois Nationalism

As always, a re-posting of articles does not necessarily imply an absolute endorsement of the entirety of its content. However, this well-written article does make a good point about the duality of the bourgeois class, particularly in the Third World and oppressed countries. – Espresso Stalinist. Tripoli is burning. Thousands of black Libyans and AfricanContinue reading “Marxism & Bourgeois Nationalism”

Fighting the Bigger Oppressor First

By: Amal Saad-Ghorayeb In March 2011, a commentator for al-Jazeera wrote: “Events in Egypt and Tunisia have revealed that Arab unity against internal repression is stronger than that against foreign threat.” While this may have been an over-generalization at the time, events in Syria have borne out this assumption. This is due to the deepContinue reading “Fighting the Bigger Oppressor First”

Peking Review on Environment and Development

Environment and Development by Chu Ko-ping Peking Review May 14, 1976, p. 19 The question of environment and development is of common concern to various countries in the world. The numerous developing countries are speeding up the development of their national economies and, in the course of such development, are protecting and improving the environmentContinue reading “Peking Review on Environment and Development”

EMEP: Tunisian Workers Communist Party Changes Its Name

Please note that this is a computer translation from Turkish and is not entirely accurate. — Espresso Stalinist Tunisian Workers’ Communist Party (PCOT) resulted in an on-site-standing name change debate. Party, the Workers’ Party of Tunisia as a way to continue after that. Secretary-General of the party that Hamma Hammami, a tactical move in orderContinue reading “EMEP: Tunisian Workers Communist Party Changes Its Name”

Tunisian Workers Communist Party Changes Name to Tunisian Workers Party

Tunisia’s eminent communist political party, the Tunisian Communist Workers Party (POCT), has officially changed its name to Tunisian Workers Party (POT). POT decided to omit the word “communist” from their title following a series of discussions that have been ongoing since February that concluded with a general referendum within the party. “Our goal is toContinue reading “Tunisian Workers Communist Party Changes Name to Tunisian Workers Party”