November 23

Politico-economic rationale of People’s War in Nepal

Article by Com. (Dr.) Baburam Bhattarai, Chairman, United People’s Front-Nepal From The Worker, #4, May 1998, reprinted by bannedthought.net (http://www.bannedthought.net/Nepal/Worker/Worker-04/Bhattarai-RationaleOfPW-W04.htm) “At a certain stage of their development, the material productive forces of society come in conflict with the existing relations of production, or – what is but a legal expression for the same thing – […]

dprk2 November 19

Towards a concrete analysis of the DPRK

The issue of describing the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is one which has concerned all matter of political organizations for quite sometime; a topic which the non-Communist left and wide array of would-be political economists have greatly pursued. Here we hope to investigate the class character of the DPRK with a great deal of […]

MassMobilization November 15

Notes on Mass Line, Communist Organization, and Revolution

Here at Anti-imperialism we enjoy sharing what we view as ‘correct’ or at least constructive thought on relevant issues. The following article was written by Neftali, a guest writer at Maosoleum, and Marxist-Leninist-Maoist author who has written for distinguished platforms such as Signal Fire. His work, shared here, elaborates on the practice of the Mass Line in context of […]

MarxPyramid November 07

Historical Materialism and the Paradox of Revolution

According to the historical materialist methodology, the base and structure of society (i.e., the productive forces and the relations of production) determine the essential qualities of the super-structure: the state, ruling class ideologies, and the entirety of the subjective forces. That is to say that the physical qualities of the elements of production (the base […]

spy November 05

NSA Hacking Google and Yahoo Data Centers Reveals Broad U.$. Spying

In a joint U.$. and UK spying operation, agencies hacked into links to Yahoo and Google data centers, allowing them to freely collect information from user accounts on those systems. This data collection project, called MUSCULAR, is a joint operation between the U.$. National Security Agency (NSA) and the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). Documents […]

poverty November 04

The Material Reality of Onkwehón:we Existence in Modern Amerikkka

**Rarely do we repost content from other sites, even those affiliated with our cause. We respect the direction and authorship of our recommended sites and wish not to impede their development. However, we are reposting the following with the official approval of the author and editor of the original site. The original post can be […]

bela-lugosi-as-dracula1 November 03

The materialist analysis of capital

In the vulgar economics department, the word capital is lightly thrown around as a synonym of the Maoist concept of the instruments of labor; that is, every factor utilized in a productive process that isn’t labor. According to this tale, capital and labor, by being so simplistically defined, have a transhistorical character; they have always […]

immigration November 01

Immigration and Capitalist-Imperialism: Analysis from John Smith’s Dissertation

**A very sincere thank you to Professor John Smith. Without his diligent research and exhaustive analysis none of this would be possible. The original text has been made available via download and all are encouraged to study Dr. Smith’s work. In his PhD thesis, Imperialism and the Globalization of Production, Professor John Smith from the […]

images October 29

Toward a Concrete Class Analysis of the United States

As Samir Amin aptly notes in his critique of Hardt and Negri’s Empire, in periods of unrest and confusion following the defeat of revolutionary movements, there is a tendency for theories to emerge which lend legitimacy to that unrest and confusion, and which actually portray the resulting opportunism as a viable form of struggle [1]. […]

1969_Days-of-Rage (1) October 28

SDS and Youth Liberation: A Review of SDS (1973) by Kirkpatrick Sale (Introduction)

SDS and Youth Liberation: A Review of SDS (1973) by Kirkpatrick Sale Students for a Democratic Society, or SDS, was the preeminent radical student-based organization among the white sector of the US Left in the 1960s. It lasted from 1960 to 1969, when it collapsed from factional fighting that led to the birth of the […]

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On Global People’s War and Global New Democratic Revolution

On Global People’s War and Global New Democratic Revolution Under capitalist-imperialism, in which the exploitation of the proletariat by monopoly capital is mediated by the oppression of nations, the path to socialism and communism is through global people’s war and global new democratic revolution. The struggle to sever the structural ties of capitalist-imperialism and build […]

slave pic October 18

14 Caribbean nations sue imperialist powers

14 Caribbean nations, most being members of Caricom with the inclusion of Haiti and Suriname, are suing Britain, Holland, and France for the legacy of slavery which they claim has “condemned the region to a poverty that still afflicts it today” [1]. The plaintiff nations could be seeking upwards of £200bil citing the British compensation […]

_mg_0260_0362 October 13

Make October a Month of Anti-Imperialist Resistance

The following statement was released last year and has been amended to reflect ongoing developments our work: Depending on where you are, October marks the beginning of Autumn or Spring, in which the old dies with the receding sun or new life awakens after the cold of Winter. There could be no better metaphor for […]

emory_douglas_revolution October 11

On ‘the World Black Revolution’

**All of the references are taken from Professor Muhammad Ahmad’s work The World Black Revolution. The subsequent analysis regards only this specific work and should not be seen as a personal criticism of Professor Ahmad or any of his previous or thereafter works.  A few months ago I read a pamphlet that had been hosted on […]

1917petrogradsoviet October 10

The powers and authorized functions of the village soviet in the Soviet Union

From the “Decree of the VTZIK of January 1, 1931, published in the Collection of Laws and Regulations, No. II, Part I of March 26, 1931″. The powers and authorized functions of the village soviet in the USSR are elaborately set forth in the decree of the Central Executive Committee of January 1, 1931, of […]

petrograd-soviet-clear October 10

The sections and commissions of the city soviets in the Soviet Union

This is an extract from the Regulations of City Soviets of October 24, 1925, published by the Communist Academy of Moscow, 1927. 45. In order to attract all members of the Soviet, and also wide masses of workers to the practical work of the city Soviets and its organs, the city Soviets are divided up […]

People's_commune_kitchen October 06

The Wage Grade System – The Breeding Ground of Revisionism

This is an article taken from marxistphilosophy.org and penned by someone under the pseudonym of “A Fictitious Old Man”, explaining the impact of the wage-grade system on socialist construction in China, the rise of privileged positions in the Chinese Communist Party and the dangers of adopting foreign models of socialist construction uncritically. In dealing with […]

paddy-clarke-dedication1 October 04

An Irish schoolboy in Dublin, 1968

Anti-Imperialism.com dedicates this excerpt from “Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha”, by Roddy Doyle, to Võ Nguyên Giáp. “The News was boring but sometimes I watched it properly, all of it. I thought that the Americans were fighting gorillas in Vietnam; that was what it sounded like. But it didn’t make any other kind of sense. The […]

010_Dollar_Planet October 03

Points for an investigation into imperialist seigniorage

Here at Anti-Imperialism.com, we are interested in uncovering the laws of motion of global capitalism and the following imperialist mechanisms that perpetuate the divide between oppressed and oppressor nations; one such mechanism, hardly ever mentioned in Leninist (or even mainstream) economics is the mechanism of imperialist seigniorage. Seigniorage is a social relationship of appropriation that […]

bonded-labor-1 October 01

Bonded labor in South Asia

One of the most horrific forms of capitalist exploitation today is to be found in South Asia: bonded labor. This contemporary form of slavery, despite being illegal, is practiced in all sectors of South Asian economies, mainly in India, Nepal and Pakistan and exists both as a rural and urban phenomenon. Bonded labor is “the […]

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