Canada: 90th anniversary of the Colonial Building Riot provides a lesson on class conflict and organising
In the early 1930s, the Dominion of Newfoundland was in a deep economic crisis along with many other parts of the capitalist world in the...
Why do we work?
Work, like inequality, appears to be a permanent feature of human existence into the foreseeable future.
Wages do not cause inflation
Inflation has now risen to 6.1 per cent nationally and workers are feeling the pinch. At the same time corporations and big capital are making...
Under the cloak of the global pandemic, the US military-industrial complex is gleefully organising another war to rescue capitalism. The propaganda machine has certainly made...
Overproduction – Crazy capitalism
In 1867, Karl Marx wrote of capitalism’s inherent tendency towards overproduction and underconsumption (not enough goods reaching those that need them). No more vulgar example...
All the questions socialists have about China but were too afraid to ask
In the 1990s and 2000s conventional Western wisdom was that China had long abandoned socialism.
Communist Party of Greece, Joint Statement
A year has passed since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, which also acted as a catalyst for the deepening of the capitalist crisis ...
Ideology before health
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the failures of capitalism and its neoliberal policies.
Class collaboration won’t deliver for workers
Practice, time and time again, has shown class collaboration doesn’t deliver for workers. Efforts by social democracy to water down class struggle through the introduction...
We must win the battle of ideas
Working people around the capitalist world have been hit hard from the employer class. Capitalists will always look at how to improve profit margins from...
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says it is time to “rethink capitalism,” time for a “values-based capitalism” with “efficient markets.” He is critical of the neoliberal responses...