Marcus Browning

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US imperialism. Issue #2073

Crucial role of UN

The main threat to peace comes from a raging US imperialism, which has made clear in words and actions that it has no need for...

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Albanese. Biden, Sunak, at AUKUS meeting. Issue #2085

Silencing dissent

Such are the festering contradictions in capitalism’s deepening crisis that it is but a short reach to connect the recent actions by balaclava-wearing fascists thugs...

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Issue #2043

Lumumba – The murder of an African hero

17th January marked 62 years since the brutal assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the leader of the Congolese independence struggle and one of the most impassioned...

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Piggy bank. Issue #2059

Why they’re bastards

“Robbing a bank’s no crime compared to owning one.” Bertold Brecht Private banks exist to make fat profits. Social conscience does not generate profits. If...

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Free Palestine Issue #2079

Israel – a terrorist with nuclear weapons

The state of Israel has been built up by the Western powers – principally Britain – as a colonising entity, and the military arm of...

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Lenin Issue #2095

Happy Birthday, Lenin

Ninety-five years ago, the African-American poet Langston Hughes wrote, “Lenin walks around the world, Frontiers cannot bar him … Lenin walks around the world, Black,...

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Auschwitz – the main entrance. Issue #2086

Death camps, slaves and profits

27 February will mark the liberation of the Nazi death camp at Owicim. Although located in the Polish province of Galicia, the site will forever...

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Space and technology Issue #2050

No weapons in space

As the US war preparations escalate, its plans for domination here on earth also extend to the weaponising of space. At the UN Conference on...

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Issue #2093

History is a class question

When US journalist John Reed called his account of the October Revolution in Russia Ten Days That Shook the World, he was not exaggerating. The...

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Spy. Issue #2048

ASIO powers revisited

In 2002 legislation introduced by the Howard Coalition government represented the most dangerous offensive against civil liberties and democratic rights yet seen in Australia. The...

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Issue #2095

Fascism in Ukraine

Fascism, accurately called “the last resort of capitalism in decline,” is being actively fostered in various countries around the world. Even more countries are putting...

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Children singing. Issue #2075

Multiculturalism and class

There are two faces of Australian society. There are those who embrace difference and diversity who want to live in peace with their neighbours. That...

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Issue #2080

Anti-colonial resistance in the Pacific

Resistance to the plans of successive Australian governments to create an Australian colonial empire in the Pacific has taken many forms over time. In 2006,...

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Issue #2072

An Australian coup

Timor Leste and China have significantly strengthened social, cultural, and economic ties, specifically in energy, agriculture, and infrastructure. This follows Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong’s...

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Issue #2038

Colonialism’s dead hand

In 2000 the same issues of land ownership and forms of government were behind the conflict of the two opposing “freedom” fighter groups which erupted...

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Bank with coin. Issue #2051

Banks laughing all the way

When the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) handed down yet another interest rate rise last week, it was crippling for ordinary working people, small business,...

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Rights 4 riders rally. Issue #2069

Fight for gig workers’ rights

What would you think about someone who is continually attempting to rob you and your family of the right to a decent living? Someone who...

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Medicare card. Issue #2068

Intergenerational Report – The march of history

A spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of Communism. All the powers of old Europe have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this...

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Looking out of a passenger window at the Qantas logo on the end of wing of the plane. Issue #2071

The coming storm

In an important win for union members, the High Court of Australia last week ruled that Qantas’ sacking of 1700 ground and baggage workers was...

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