Jack Shulman on William Z. Foster

Section 3) MEETING FOSTER AND WORKING AS HIS SECRETARY INTERVIEWER: So, you’re back in New York. What year are we up to? JS: Um. Maybe About ….About ’56 or ’57…………….. INTERVIEWER: And when you got back to New York, is that when you met William Z ??? JS: Um, yeah. Subsequently. ….. It wasn’t aContinue reading “Jack Shulman on William Z. Foster”

Molotov’s Final Days

Shortly before his death, as he was failing in mind and body, Molotov, who was cared for by his grandchildren, was watching TV one day when Soviet Foreign Minister, Edvard Shevardnadze came on the news making some statement. Molotov rose from chair in a rage, shouting “What the hell is he saying! That’s revisionism! PureContinue reading “Molotov’s Final Days”

Stalin Wasn’t Stallin’ (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet)

Stalin wasn’t stallin’ When he told the beast of berlin That they’d never rest contented Till they had driven him from the land So he called the yanks and english And proceeded to extinguish The fuhrer and its vermin This is how it all began Now, the devil, he was reading In the good bookContinue reading “Stalin Wasn’t Stallin’ (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet)”

Polemic against Rotten.com’s “Dictator” Index

I’m afraid, dear reader; you have read the title of this essay correctly. This is a polemic against an article in the “Dictators” section of the infamous internet shock site, Rotten.com. A curious entity existing in the endless depths of the internet for seemingly no other reason than to embody the fetishization of violence underContinue reading “Polemic against Rotten.com’s “Dictator” Index”

PCR/Grover Furr Interview

“Khrushchev’s accusations against Stalin are false” Interview with Grover Furr by the Revolutionary Communist Party in Brazil [translated from Spanish] Published: August 12, 2010 “I found that the period of Soviet history with Stalin at the head has been completely distorted. Not just ‘a mistake here and there’, but basically a massive fraud, the biggestContinue reading “PCR/Grover Furr Interview”

Merry Stalinsmas!

4,000 carnations for Stalin’s birthday MOSCOW – RUSSIAN Communists placed four thousand red carnations on Stalin’s grave beside Kremlin walls on Tuesday to celebrate what would have been the Soviet dictator’s 131st birthday. Communist supporters raised 80,000 rubles (S$3,412) in a fundraising drive with the slogan ‘Two carnations for Comrade Stalin,’ organiser Igor Sergeyev toldContinue reading “Merry Stalinsmas!”