HALF THE SKY
Like many young people born into the online world, I first became exposed to political ideas through social media as a teenager and therefore saw...
Loyalty oaths for teachers in Florida’s new red scare
The Red Scare is back in Florida.
The “end of history” and the struggle against liquidation
History was proclaimed “ended” when, between 1989 and 1991, socialism was overthrown in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
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. But ...
A survey of fascism in Australia
It’s 1919. Germany is in chaos after four years of war that ended in a humiliating defeat and surrender.
CPA 14th Congress – acknowledgement of Veterans
OVIDIO ORRELLANA Comrade Ovidio Orrellana joined our Party as a secret member in 1985. His whole family had fled the persecution in Guatemala of the...
Letter from Denmark
In July of 2020, I was given “special permission” by the border authorities to leave Australia and join my partner in Denmark. For almost two...
Queensland comrades organise! – The CPA and the lower-Northern Qld tour
On Thursday the 23rd June, we arrived in Childers, the day commemorating the Childers Backpacker Tragedy. Sixteen young people were burnt to death at the...
60th anniversary of Australia’s involvement in Vietnam
This week marks sixty years since Australia entered the Vietnam war. Considered by many to be a Cold War-era proxy war, the conflict lasted almost...
CPA History Website
The party has a website dedicated to its 100-year history. It is called www.100redyears.org. During the Party’s centenary an exhibition was planned. However, the COVID...
Engels and pizza: Sunshine Coast Branch gets educated
In July the Sunshine Coast Branch of Queensland had its first education class, examining Friedrich Engels’ Principles of Communism. Written in 1847 it was the...
The Communist Manifesto turns 175
In Sydney, comrades are getting ready to demonstrate at Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s office against the government’s plan to spend an insane amount on preparations...