When working and oppressed people come together, we are as capable of toppling capitalism as we are of toppling statues.
This is a collaborative article with our comrades at the Revolutionary Socialist League in Kenya. The piece discusses the recent crimes perpetrated by serving British military stationed in the country, and considerations of broader human and ecological impacts from modern British neo-colonialism.
Our support for colonised peoples must go beyond mere rhetoric. It must be taken into our workplaces and unions, our communities, our rent strikes and our struggles against the pigs and the prisons. The abolition of racial capitalism and imperialism is a matter of life and death.
In the final instalment of our ‘Capitalism 101’ series, we will be discussing Socialism. What changes might we see to the economy and society under a socialist state?
In the sixth installment of our ‘Capitalism 101’ series, we will be discussing Crisis and Imperialism. What is meant by the term ‘imperialism’, and why, under capitalism, do all roads lead to crisis?
In the sixth installment of our ‘Capitalism 101’ series, we will be discussing The State. What is the state, and what do communists want to do with it?