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Campaign to Support Defender of the Political Prisoners!

The situation of the political detainees remains critical, amid a pandemic. To gain their liberty, several organizations are taking part in an international campaign, and there are also entities dedicated to their legal defense. One of these organizations is the Defensoria Popular (DP)which has María Rivera as a coordinator....

Because the pandemic kills: Immediate release of prisoners, sanitary measures in all prisons!

The policy of president Piñera and other officials is a murderous policy focused on the fighters of the revolution that started last year. Keeping our fellow political prisoners incarcerated means delivering them to death of coronavirus, which will be a triumph of the counterrevolution and a severe blow to...

75 years after the end of World War II and the post-war revolutionary wave

On 8 May 1945, the bloodiest military conflict in human history ended in Europe. The War in the Pacific would continue until August, when the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, Hiroshima (6 August) and Nagasaki (9 August). Jeferson Choma, PSTU-Brazil At the end of the conflict, the...

Class Struggle Doesn’t Stop Under the Pandemic

The corona virus pandemic, with the measures of social isolation, is forcing many mobilization processes to take a break in their forms of mobilization against their despotic governments. This occurs in: Hong Kong, France, Algeria, Sudan or Chile, to name a few examples. But those who think that these...

Welcome Back Lebanese Revolution!

Protesting the freeze of bank accounts and hunger, the Lebanese people brought the October revolution back to the streets on April 27, the so-called “night of the molotovs”. Starting in the outstanding city of Trablous, it spread across the country to Beirut, Saida, Nabatieh, Bekka valley and Akkar. By Hassan...

Capitalism’s response to COVID-19: Not enough PPE, even less testing, many die

The class nature of pandemics is revealed by the fact that in the Flu Pandemic of 2009 three times as many of the poorest died compared to the richest despite both groups having the same level of infection. Today NHS doctors, nurses, porters, and care workers, bus drivers, construction...

The Indian Lock-down

For the last 30 days the Indian government has imposed the biggest lockdown in human history. The movements and work of over a billion people have been effectively shut. Public offices are closed, vital public transport has been stopped. Cities with millions of inhabitants appear like ghost towns with...

The Hope in the Revolution Will Bring a New Dawn

It might sound intriguing to the reader hearing about hope at this time we are undergoing. Surely, insecurity, fear and hopelessness are the feelings hanging in the air. So imagine, talking about hope in revolution! Furthermore, what kind of revolution can we think at this moment? By: Ana Godoy   Looking around,...

Right-wing regain leadership of the Labour Party

Labour has a new leader to replace Jeremy Corbyn; Keir Starmer won with 53% without the need for a run-off. Corbyn’s choice, Rebecca Long-Bailey, got 31% and Lisa Nandy 16%. Angela Rayner is deputy leader she got 52.6% and defeated four other candidates including Richard Burgon, who was backed...

The Deflation of Speculative Bubbles

The effects of the pandemic on the already existing trend of decline in the world economy are already causing several speculative bubbles to deflate and for other bubbles to threaten to burst. By Alejandro Iturbe. Speculative bubbles are the result of the inflow of surplus capital from production that does not...

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