Monthly Archives: April 2014

NYU SJP’s eviction action created more dialogue than ever before

Originally posted on NYU Students for Justice in Palestine:
No government is more crucial – financially or diplomatically – in enabling Israel’s crimes and shielding it from international accountability than the United States, which means no one in the global community has a greater moral stake in ending Israeli apartheid than…

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What if people told European history like they told Native American history?

Originally posted on An Indigenous History of North America:
The first immigrants to Europe arrived thousands of years ago from central Asia. Most pre-contact Europeans lived together in small villages. Because the continent was very crowded, their lives were ruled…

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Ilan Pappé on the Ongoing Nakba

Illan Pappé speaks on the ongoing ethnic cleansing that has continued from 1948 and every day since.

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August Nimtz – The Marxist Basis of Lenin’s Electoral Strategy

August Nimtz “‘The Ballot’ and/or ‘the Streets’: The Marxist Basis of Lenin’s Electoral Strategy” – A Report on a Book Project Historical Materialism Conference 2012 One of the more incredibly concise and clear explanations on Lenin’s conceptions surrounding electoral politics … Continue reading

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Inmates in the St. Claire correctional facility in Alabama to go on strike.

Alabama inmates in the St. Claire correctional facility are striking their free labor (examples: Chemical and Licensing, laundry, and furniture production) due to the prison system resembling something closer to “running a slave empire” in the prisoners words. This disgusting shift within … Continue reading

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Why does the alleged KC terrorist see Israel as a model for a “White Christian state”?

Originally posted on The Red Fury:
Media coverage of this week’s ghastly terror attack at two Jewish centers in Kansas City (which claimed the lives of three people) has mostly overlooked a pretty revealing detail about the politics of alleged killer Frazier Glenn…

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Marxists and elections by Paul D’Amato

Originally featured in International Socialist Review Issue 13, August-September 2000 WHAT ATTITUDE do Marxists take to elections and representative government? In the history of the socialist movement, there have developed or co-existed two principal and, in the end, quite different … Continue reading

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