When the masses engage in politics, they realize that no party appears to be working in their best interests.
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.
No amount of rainbow coloured merchandise purchased will protect our people. Only through revolutionary organization led by our socialist vanguard party can liberation come for Gender and Sexual Non-Confirming Africans.
In Britain, a Day of Action to Kill The Bill. In Kenya, our comrades in the Revolutionary Socialist League are organising the People’s March, demanding “Yes to Jobs, Food and Health! No to State Repression and Poverty!”
Mental ill health treatment is not a problem that can be solved on a individual effort or by personal lifestyle changes. It needs a collective effort to return the fruits of labor back into the hands of the laborer and out of the bellies and store-rooms of the few.