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A Revolution against Sectarianism

The Lebanese Revolution has been one of the centers of class struggle internationally. We selected this chronicle written by activist Joey Ayoub whose account of the events make it possible to figure out the tremendous extension and depth of the revolution. We do not agree with the author when he states...

 Student Solidarity Marches Held Across the Country

Huge numbers of students had taken to the streets to demand their rights. The Student Solidarity March held rallies in almost 40 cities across the country, under the aegis of the Student Action Committee, a national-level representative of smaller students’ organizations. By: Working Class Movement Pakistan (IWL-FI)  29-11-2019   They demanded the...

EU: privatisation, minijobs and land grab

Since the 1990s German workers have suffered increasingly precarious work, and the German union bureaucracies collaborated in these attacks with the state and big business. For decades there has been increased inequality with rising precarious employment in the form of low-wage work, working poverty, and temporary employment. Peter Windeler –...

Will the Iranian Mass Protests Stop?

The people’s protests which started on November 15 against the fuel price rise are already the largest ones since the 1979 Iranian revolution. By Hassan al-Barazili   Iranian authorities themselves recognize the extension of the damages: “Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli estimated as many as 200,000 people took part in the demonstrations, higher...

Daniel Ruíz and César Arakaki on Trial

On November 25, in the Federal Courts of Comodoro Py, it began the trial in which the militants Daniel Ruíz (PSTU) and César Arakaki (PO) are being accused, for manifesting against the Social Security reform of Macri. By PSTU-Argentina The comrades were both accompanied by a major demonstration, with the participation...

Latin America: One Struggle

Week after week, the situation in Latin America deepens. To the demonstrations in Haiti and Chile, as well as the resistance to the coup in Bolivia, we need to add Colombia, which had not made a strong General Strike in 30 years. “Aquí se respira lucha” (“Here, we breath...

Colombia Woke Up: Down with Duque! All to the Streets!

On November 21, Colombia woke up: two million people took to the streets to protest against  labor, pension and tax reforms of the Duque Government (demanded by the OECD and  IMF) and against the murder of social activists. By: PST-Colombia   11/27/2019 These mobilizations have been driven by the awakening of Latin...

Why Doesn’t President Piñera Fall After Over a Month of Revolution?

We have been in the streets for over a month now, in this beautiful Chilean awakening process. Popular movement, the Youth and workers gave a nice example on how to fight back. We passed along our strength in struggle to our brothers and sisters in other countries, like Colombia,...

General Election: Vote For Independent Class Struggle Candidates!

And where none are standing vote Labour critically to kick out the Tories! International Socialist League’s Statement Since the 2007-2008 financial crash and the turn to austerity policies in 2010, the social conflict has accelerated due to inequalities in wealth and income being as high as existed during the Great Depression...

Marxists and the Lebanese Revolution

The October Revolution has brought Arab Marxist thought back to the stage. By Hassan al-Barazili   Of course, it is not the case of the Communist Party and other left-wingers which lost any class-struggle perspective and, after the civil war, held a permanent alliance with Hezbollah under the excuse of fighting back...

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