Christopher Black Canada//12:10am, Dec 3rd '22
Fascism: Our Common Enemy
Actions have causes. That is a fundamental point of philosophy and of an understanding of the way the world is. Russia’s actions in Ukraine have causes, which necessitated those actions. Unbiased observers....
Luis Lazaro Tijerina USA//9:44pm, Dec 1st '22
The West's Fear of Vietnam's Anti-graft and Corruption Campaign
With few exceptions, the Western world fears any country that probes too deeply into the business and military corporations that build its economic empires on political and monetary corruption. It should....
Karl Fluri Canada//7:16pm, Nov 30th '22
Despite Almost Unprecedented Momentum, CUPE Strike Still Delivers Underwhelming Results for Workers
As Ontario prepared for the coming winter, things started to heat up on the labour front in early November. Education workers of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) had been bargaining with Doug....
Luis Lazaro Tijerina USA//11:41pm, Nov 29th '22
The United States Men’s National Soccer Team and Its Quest for Hegemonic Dominance
I. EXCEPTIONALISM AND NATIONALISM The United States Men’s National Soccer Team (USMNT) has always been about class, money and white boys in the effort to achieve hegemony at the FIFA World Cup. Neither....
Ian Beddowes Zimbabwe//9:15pm, Nov 28th '22
Chris Hani and the Release of His Murderer
The release on bail of Janusz Walus, murderer of Chris Hani, by the Constitutional Court of South Africa has created an atmosphere of outrage and incredulous disgust among the ordinary people of South....
Stephen Gowans //1:06am, Nov 28th '22
Why And How Was Korea Divided?
August 1945 was a momentous month for Koreans. At midnight on the tenth day of that month, two US army colonels, Dean Rusk and Charles Bonesteel were ordered by John J. McCloy, assistant secretary of war,....
Martha Grevatt USA//1:14am, Nov 27th '22
‘Red Cup Rebellion’ Day: Starbucks workers strike 110+ stores
As striking members of Starbucks Workers United (SBWU) explained while on the picket line, Red Cup Day is “like Starbucks’ Black Friday.” All over the world the promotion draws a larger-than-average....
Work of The International//11:41pm, Nov 26th '22
Cuba Under Fidel
Fidel Castro's administration brought Cuba to the attention of the world due to a number of factors, including his steadfast commitment to communism, his criticism of capitalism, and the economic and social....
Work of The International//11:35pm, Nov 26th '22
Attempts in vain to kill Fidel Castro
Here are the top 7 CIA attempts to kill Castro. The famous and loved leader of Cuba served as an almost mythical foe for the CIA's obsessive and clumsy assassination campaign. The following is a collective....
Luis Lazaro Tijerina USA//7:52pm, Nov 25th '22
The ‘CALL OF DUTY’ War Game and the Actual Friction of War
War is not a game, as fools would like us to believe, and once a government begins to instill a military art of war based on commercialized videogames, then such a decadent theory leads to quick decay....
Christopher Black Canada//8:27pm, Nov 24th '22
The Uyghurs and Anti-China Propaganda
On August 26th 2022 as the US-NATO directed counter-offensive against the Donbass Republics and other Ukrainian regions resisting the NATO installed Nazi friendly regime in Kiev began to take place, the....