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US Government Exploits Animosity Towards Migrants to Demonize Socialist Countries

by Jill Clark Gollub, published on the Orinoco Tribune, July 9, 2024 The Republican party has been waging a blatantly racist campaign to criminalize migrants. Instead of pushing back on that narrative, the party that purports to be for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Democrats) is exploiting this racist anger to discredit a country it has targeted for regime change—Nicaragua—apparently for[…]

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Lessons From China

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, April 17, 2024 Socialist China is a powerful economic and diplomatic rival to the United States. Its success must be studied so that liberation may be possible and to prevent the declining U.S. from doing even more damage to humanity.  On a daily basis the corporate media, members of Congress, and courtier pundits[…]

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When Che Guevara Came to Gaza

by Yousef al-Helou, published on Resumen English, April 23, 2024 Since the explicit Israeli colonisation of historic Palestine in 1948 supported by colonialist and imperialist powers, namely Britain and the US, the Palestinian struggle has become a global cause. Resistance was a natural response to the invasions and incursions better known as “the ethnic cleansing of Palestine”. Even before then,[…]

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Government’s “New Math” Rips Off Social Security Beneficiaries $6,200 Annually Since 2,000

By John Pottinger, published on Socialist Action, March 27, 2024 Yes, this article is talking about the so-called “Entitlement” that ordinary working people pay out of their wages week in and week out.  Only the low wage earners pay relative to their full wage while higher wage earners pay against a portion of their wages consistent with the wages of[…]

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Despite Growth, Only Social Movements Will Bring Progress

by Vijay Prashad, published on Consortium News,  January 10, 2023 In October 2023, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) published its annual Trade and Development Report. Nothing in the report came as a major surprise. The growth of the global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) continues to decline with no sign of a rebound. Following a modest post-pandemic[…]

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Last Words to the Nation: Salvador Allende, 1973

The Black Agenda Review, published on Black Agenda Report, September 13, 2023 Henry Kissinger is 99 years old and alive. Salvadore Allende never had the opportunity to live that long. The democratically-elected socialist president of Chile, Allende was toppled in a US/CIA-sponsored coup d’etat on September 11, 1973. A Marxist and member of Chile’s Socialist Party, Allende came to power[…]

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Africa and Latin America – Revolutionary Ties

by Stephen Sefton, published on Tortilla con Sal, August 13, 2023 Latin America and Africa, unite in a history of resistance to colonialism and a passion for sovereignty and peaceful development.    [jb] Historically, the United States and its allies only retreat from their aggressive policies and the imposition of their dominance when they suffer a strategic defeat. They never[…]

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Nicaraguans Celebrate 44th Anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution

Under Stewardship of Original Revolutionary Leader Daniel Ortega, Nicaragua Remains a Beacon for Social Progress Despite Crushing U.S. Sanctions by Lauren Smith, published on CovertAction Magazine, July 19, 2023 In the United States, the word “socialism” has come to have a negative meaning. In that meaning, the word implies the loss of individual sovereignty, rejection of religion and the institution[…]

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Taking the Capitalist Road Was the Wrong Choice For Ukraine, Says Ukraine Expert

by Natylie Baldwin, published on CovertAction Magazine, May 5, 2023 Renfrey Clarke is an Australian journalist. Throughout the 1990s he reported from Moscow for Green Left Weekly of Sydney. This past year, he published The Catastrophe of Ukrainian Capitalism: How Privatisation Dispossessed & Impoverished the Ukrainian People with Resistance Books. In April, I had an email exchange with Clarke. Below is[…]

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