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.
The following is a transcript of a message sent by Red Fightback to our comrades at the Revolutionary Socialist League in Kenya in advance of African Liberation Day, which is celebrated on May
The following speech was written for the Apartheid Off Campus “Fight Like Colombia! Resist Like Palestine! Solidarity Demo” – at which a Red Fightback member spoke on the 15th May 2021. Our speaker ended up being pushed for time, and we chose not to give the speech in full.
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!”
Oaks were always sacred trees in Lithuanian culture. Unfortunately, we became obscured by the forest of the USSR and our growing sacred oak is all but forgotten. Yet, I have hope in my heart that one day, the rot that is eating away the oak's roots will be expelled and its might can flourish again.