The growth of the Qanon fascist movement in the UK and Europe is a worrisome but unsurprising development. In the first of a series of articles addressing the growing fascist movement, we explore how the Qanon conspiracy theory serves US foreign policy.
A principled, socialist, and anti-imperialist position can only be to reject the RBL and the Poppy Appeal in its entirety and to identify it for what it is: an ode to British imperialism.
Prolekult’s Camps of Dependence: The eugenics of Covid capitalism, left-wing complacency and disabled self-emancipation
Camps of Dependence is essential viewing, not only for shining a light on how the Tories are getting away with what is effectively a social cull, but also because it lucidly sets out a Marxist account of ableism.
Today, waves of young Nigerians are exercising democratic rights that are currently in suspension. Through struggle, they are developing themselves and further challenging parasitic imperialist forces. The future is theirs.
The opposition that was needed months ago is still needed, and only grows more urgent by the day. For ‘if we do not stand to change this now, then history will not absolve us’.
This is a blatant attack on any and all campaigns for justice for the victims of British imperialism, and another key part of the new shoring up of the legal defences for illegal action. The supposed opposition party has, as always, failed to oppose, and instead decided to abstain.