Capitalism and Death

Yanis Iqbal My maternal grandmother passed away at 2 am on February 14, 2022. For her funeral, I went to Bihar where my grief was socialized among the many people who came to collectively remember her. I could not help but remember what bell hooks said in her book “All About Love: New Visions”: “Love…

The Project to Keep Africa Dependent and Poor

Graham Peebles Exploited and abused for generations by white colonial powers and manipulative economic structures, there is a growing feeling of solidarity within parts of the African continent, as exemplified by the #NoMore movement. Covid vaccine inequality and environmental injustice, together with recent events in Ethiopia, have galvanized people. Ideas of African unity and rage…

The Science of Socialism and Socialism as a Science

Olga Pérez Soto The debates on contemporary national and global social issues, in our realities, become very complex. At the same time, determinations of diverse paradigms coexist in the academic, political, governmental, institutional, militant, individual and collective spheres. It is vital in the debate to achieve a dialogue that allows us to advance in the…

Covid-19 and Democracy – Nicaragua v Canada

Stephen Sefton Nicaragua 2018 – police officer Gabriel de Jesús Vado Ruiz, tortured, murdered and set on fire by opposition thugs in Masaya in 2018 (Photo from opposition social media video) From 2018 onwards, Canada’s government has denounced Nicaragua in international forums as a repressive dictatorship and followed the US authorities in imposing illegal unilateral…

Communists Must Properly Grasp Geopolitics in Order to Win

Rainer SheaThe global class and anti-colonial war is a conflict that the imperialists have been able to rig at every turn. In the era of imperialism, where capital has gotten its tentacles into virtually every corner of the planet, those who seek to supplant capital must at all times carefully anticipate the next maneuvers of…

The Great Covid Class War

Alex Gutentag A panhandler in Genoa, Italy during lockdown. (photo: John Perivolaris / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) The pandemic has created the perfect pretext for enacting economically destructive policies. On January 19, 2020, Washington state reported the first US case of coronavirus. By the end of March, 245 million Americans were under stay-at-home restrictions to “flatten the curve.”…

Why We Should Oppose COVID-19 Mandates

Leila Mechoui&Alexander McKay Moral appeals for mandates only mask the brutal coercive power of the capitalist class. “In ancient times, when persuasion played the role of public force, eloquence was necessary. Of what use would it be today, when public force has replaced persuasion. One needs neither art nor metaphor to say such is my…

Covid: Why Was There No Warp Speed for Therapeutics?

David Suissa Nearly two years into a massive, multibillion-dollar public health campaign to combat the deadly COVID-19 virus, deaths in the U.S. are still climbing. With the death count already at over 860,000, a Jan. 19 report in the Associated Press warns that “50,000 to 300,000 more Americans could die by the time the [Omicron]…

Apartheid 2.0 in the World of Vaccines: The Great Reset in Action

Misión Verdad The Fourth Industrial Revolution radically affects the employment market (Photo: Gurusoft) Recently, media outlets reported that Nike began to fire employees who were not vaccinated against covid-19 in the United States. The more incautious doubt whether the measure corresponds to a policy to take care of its employees or whether it is intended…

Cognitive Warfare: Neoliberal Misery & its Destabilizing Consequences

Rainer Shea This article is part two in a series on American collapse and the potential for a U.S. civil war. Read part one for a detailed explanation of the ideas I’ll mention here about the U.S. empire’s internal cognitive warfare. The imperialists are the architects of their own demise. Through reacting to the decline of U.S….