The pouring rain and howling wind did not deter over 100,000 people from marching through the streets of Glasgow on Saturday – nor could it dampen the spirits of the Marxist bloc!Continue reading Marxism on the march: For revolutionary change to fight climate change!
On November 26, nearly 250 million workers participated in a strike in urban and rural areas all over India. The strike, called by the ten central trade unions, was the fifth in the six years since Modi ascended to power.Continue reading 250 million workers strike in India
Hundreds and thousands of farmers and members from different supporting organisations from different part of India are marching towards Delhi to stage an indefinite sit-in strike. The march ‘Delhi Chalo’ started on 26 November 2020 towards Delhi.Continue reading India: Farmers strike – Shut down the Government!
Over the 19th-20th September weekend, the protest movement that has been shaking the Thai regime for months struck its most powerful blow so far.Continue reading Mass Protests in Thailand: Down with the Monarchy!
As the situation in Belarus unfolds, our comrades once again call on the working class to seize control of their own destinies with independent methods and bodies of struggle.Continue reading The Right is leading the movement in Belarus to a dead-end: Is there another way?
The complexity of the current political moment in Belarus and the active involvement of the working class in the events were described by us in two previous articles (here and here). But now we also have more detailed reports from the scene, much more vividly reflecting both the nature of the mobilisation of the country’s working people and the impact of this mobilisation.Continue reading Contradictions of the political situation in Belarus: a warning
The Lebanese government has resigned under pressure from the masses. This is an inspiring achievement, but the revolution must not stop here. Instead, it should take power into its own hands.
by Adam Zeineddine