As capitalism comes crashing down, the first to be hurt will be the poor, the working class, the oppressed. We will rise up, we will fight back. That is why they are strengthening the powers of the police. They can see class war on the horizon, and they are preparing.
The acceptance of (trans)misogynistic abuse and violence serves to alienate women from Communist organising - weakening our movement, and ultimately benefiting the same white supremacist patriarchal capitalist state that we are fighting to abolish!
This third article in our Capitalism 101 series, ‘Race’ explores the idea of ‘racial capitalism’ by looking at the intersectional nature of oppression in capitalist society.
What once might have seemed like a radical situation, far removed from our everyday reality, aligned itself with our own experiences of living through a dangerous pandemic.
In the second instalment of the series, we are discussing Class, Private Property and Wage Labour. What is private property, and how does it shape our relationship to capital? What is wage labour, and how do the capitalists use it to exploit us? What is class, and why is class struggle inevitable?
This is a creative protest. It’s a little document full of questions, suggestions, prompts, and exercises... The idea is simply that you might, if you have some spare time, settle down with this document, choose some of the sections which you find most interesting, and make things.