Pragmatism and Principles: Challenge of the Revolutionary PAM in the 21rst Century

A-APRP Unfolding events in Zimbabwe are forcing the Pan-African Movement (PAM) to struggle with questions about Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe National African Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) leadership.  The spirit reflected in the various stories and social media posts seem to revolve around the question on what is the major contradiction? Is it Imperialism, which has clearly…

PFLP: Our Struggle – Not Trump – Will Decide the Fate of Jerusalem

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine described the declaration of US President Donald Trump as a declaration of war against the Palestinian people and their rights that makes the U.S. position clear as a hostile entity toward our people and a partner of the Zionist state in its crimes against the Palestinian people…

Barbuda and Disaster Capitalism

Margaret Kimberley “Barbudans are rightly suspicious that ultimately their paradise of equality for all will be taken away in favor of capitalist predation.” The Caribbean island of Barbuda was a paradise before hurricane Irma struck in September. Not only was it a place of scenic beauty but the system of government for its 1,800 people…

A-APRP Statement on Current Events in Zimbabwe

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) has supported the liberation process in Zimbabwe for the past 45 years and will continue to support the people of Zimbabwe, ZANU-PF and all revolutionary forces in Zimbabwe. The A-APRP supports ZANU-PF in its firm stand against imperialism and reaffirms its commitment to Zimbabwe’s sovereignty and independence. Today, nowhere…

Clearing the Smoke and Mirrors Around Zimbabwe

Netfa Freeman “The West, led by Britain and the U.S., have been engaged in a regime policy against the Southern African nation for the last 18 years.” Reasons for examining what is happening in Zimbabwe are many but few to none can be found in accounts by major news media or from liberal progressive pundits….

Bolivia Experiencing An Unprecedented Moment

Bolivia’s Plurinational Constitutional Court (TCP) ruled in favor of the indefinite re-election of national and subnational authorities on November 28, a decision which enables President Evo Morales to stand again in 2019. Prensa Latina (PL) | informacion@granma.cu LA PAZ.–The Plenary Chamber of the Plurinational Constitutional Court (TCP) ruled on November 28, in the city of…