Seventh Congress of the Comintern, 1935

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism – Part IV

In previous articles, we have seen how the abandonment of the anti-colonial struggle was carried out by the Third International after Stalin and Dimitrov took over its leadership. This was reflected in the politics of Communist parties all over the world. Even more so after the 7th Congress, in...

South Africa| The end of illusions and the struggle against Mandela’s legacy

Several events taking place in South Africa in recent months show the increasingly tense political situation in the country. Among these events, we can highlight a metalworkers' strike, massive looting, the rise of the extreme right-wing, and the expulsion of President Ramaphosa from the May Day rally. By Cesar Neto Originally...

46 years of waiting for a free and independent Western Sahara

The plight of Western Sahara is a cause that is often portrayed as a nostalgic battle that only romantics insist on defending. However, the situation in the Sahara is the perfect example of institutional passivity in the face of the systematic violation of human rights, starting with the right...

The Wagner Group: Russian Mercenaries in Africa

The occupation of Ukraine has opened several debates on international policy issues. In this text, we want to examine a little-known organization called the Wagner Group. These militiamen are highly trained in insurgency, counterinsurgency, producing fake news, and acting to stabilize or destabilize governments according to their interests. By César...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism – Part 2

This is the second in a series of articles we are publishing to combat the ideology that seeks to equal Stalinism, Marxism and Pan-Africanism, as the neo-Stalinists are trying to do. In this second article, we’re taking up what led to George Padmore's break with Stalinism, the holding of...

South Africa | Workers on strike against the Zionist boss show the strength of boycott campaigns

On November 22nd, 5,000 workers from various facilities and distribution centers belonging to the dairy company Clover were swept by a powerful strike that could have brought about economic paralysis, although this would not come to pass. By Cesar Neto of CSP – Conlutas Translated by Carlos Sapir The strike had many...

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism

This is the first of three articles we are going to publish to address the discussion on Pan-Africanism and Stalinism. The aim is to combat the reasonings of the new advocates of Stalinism that Marxism and Stalinism would be the same and that they would have the same political...

Workers’ Strike Against Zionist Bosses Show Strength of Boycott Campaigns

As of November 22, 5,000 workers from several Clover plants and distribution centers were involved in a powerful strike that could have been just another strike for economic reasons, but it goes beyond that.   By Cesar Neto - originally posted at www.cspconlutas.org.br    These particular strikes have many unique characteristics, such as:...

Down with the Dictatorship and its Constitution

The al-Bashir government has fallen, but the dictatorship lives on.   By Martin Ralph and Cesar Neto - January 28, 2022   Introduction:  The overthrow of al-Bashir's rule was an important victorious battle. Battles, however, are always part of a war. This war against the military government is not over. The Constitution drafted by...

The Working Class Takes the Stage in Africa

The situation in Africa is escalating. As class struggle becomes more polarized, new, more intense fights are on the horizon. Although, a new element has begun to appear in the rebellions and insurrections in Africa: the working class.   By Cesar Neto and Asdrúbal Barboza Originally published in Spanish here Organized sectors of...

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