This following was written by Thomas Meisenhelder. As always, reposting here is for critical discussion and does not imply, agreement, endorsement, or affiliation. Cabral’s ‘The Weapon of Theory’ will be read and discussed as part of the National Liberation and Neo-Liberalism 101 course during the second semester (beginning in January) of People’s Liberation University. This is a most difficult time […]

The World Black Revolution was the name of a 1966 pamphlet written by Max Stanford Jr. and published by the group he led, the Revolutionary Action Movement. The group counted Malcolm X as a close supporter and member and was heavily influenced by Robert. F. Williams, who had fled the United States and was in […]

The July-August 2012 issue of Monthly Review1 centers around the publication of one of two missing chapters of Monopoly Capital: An Essay on the American Economic and Social Order2 by Paul Baran and Paul Sweezy. Anti-Imperialism.com earlier posted about this issue and the suggestion was made that individuals who are interested in the topic of […]

The country of Brazil is hosting two events in the next few years that will bring it attention on the world stage.  Brazil is scheduled to host both the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.  Like other countries who have hosted the Olympics and other international sporting events previously, […]

The following document, referred to as The Shengwulian Manifesto, was published in 1968 by the Hunan Provincial Revolutionary Great Alliance Committee, and was part of the far-left of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Much of the actual document may be lost on those with little background in Chinese history. Likewise, something is likely lost in translation as well. But to summarize, […]

The following resolutions adopted by a meeting of Maoist parties held earlier this year reflect a growing trend in calling for the reformation of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement. Posting the following documents, while not implying endorsement, affiliation, or full agreement, does relate to the need to study developments in the international arena of revolutionary forces. […]

This article was originally published at 4th Media.  While the United States is busy plotting the downfall of various anti-hegemonic regimes in the global south, it has also been pursuing another strategy to stave off crisis and possible loss of global supremacy: fusion technology, the ‘holy grail’ of energy. Unlike fission, in which heavy atoms […]

“Cadres are a decisive factor, once the political line is determined. Therefore, it is our fighting task to train large numbers of new cadres in a planned way.”

The aim in posting this short video, entitled India’s Red Tide, is not to imply uncritical support for the Naxalites but to better understand how social and economic conditions in the global south give rise to the possibility of a people’s war model of revolutionary class struggle, as well as its potentials and limitations. As the […]

“Socialism never took root in America because the poor see themselves not as an exploited proletariat but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.” ― John Steinbeck This  quote by author John Steinbeck has been circulating online in different social medias for quite a while recently.  Like many  popular sayings spread online there is a question of its […]

Technically speaking, the First World petty-bourgeoisie includes all people whose wage income includes surplus value. Its existence is an elephant in the room for much of the nominal left. But for everyone else, it is common knowledge. Recently for example, a meme called ‘First World Problems’ was created which epitomized and gave voice to its […]

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The term “net-exploitation” refers to the manner in which high-wage workers benefit through exchange with low wage workers. At minimum, net-exploitation happens when a given wage exceeds the value of labor, i.e., when the wage derived from a given hour’s worth of labor can purchase on the market more than the socially average product of […]

The following is an excerpt from a recent essay by Andre Vltchek , originally published by Z Net. In it, Vltchek looks into various questions, notably those revolving around hegemonic post-Cold War reactionary rhetoric and internationalist identity. As always, reposting here does not imply endorse or affiliation. “No one is forgotten and nothing is forgotten”. That is what is engraved […]

Responding to a recent statement by Italian, India, and Afghan groups calling for a new international conference of Maoist organizations, the Spanish group Gran Marcha Hacia el Comunismo (Long March Towards Communism) declared their support while offering a few suggestions on topics to discuss, including the “question of Lin Biao and the reasons for his […]

The following article by Helen Yaffe was sourced from the Marxist Internet Archive. Reposting here is for critical discussion and does not imply endorsement or affiliation. In January 1962 Guevara told colleagues in Cuba’s Ministry of Industries (MININD): ‘In no way am I saying that financial autonomy of the enterprise with moral incentives, as it is established in the […]

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First Worldism is a long-standing trend within ‘left-wing’ politics which preferences or exaggerates the role of First World workers to the effect of considering them friends or allies of revolution. First Worldism is a problem of class analysis. It sees the First World lifestyle not as a parasitic one involving the circulation of superprofits extracted […]

Every second of every day, social forces and agents of imperialism are in play, working to reproduce this catastrophic system. The question then becomes, what are you doing tonight? Three things that supporters of anti-imperialist revolution can and must do include the following: developing individual skills and capabilities, and creating personnel situations amenable to contributing […]

Zak Cope is the author of Divided World Divided Class: Global Political Economy and the Stratification of Labour Under Capitalism, which was just published this past August by Kersplebedeb Press as part of their recently launched Kalikot series. The book “charts the history of the ‘labour aristocracy’ in the capitalist world system, from its roots […]

This article was originally posted at MIM-Prisons and is part of a continuing debate around the line and practice of the recently formed New Afrikan Black Panther Party- Prison Chapter. This is a response to an article titled “Black Liberation in the 21st Century: A Revolutionary Reassessment of Black Nationalism,” by the New Afrikan Black Panther Party […]

Tens of thousands of people in dozens of cities and slums across Africa, South Asia, the Middle East and parts of Europe and Australia have demonstrated in recent days in response to a film made in the United $tates attacking the Prophet Muhammad. Protests primarily targeted U.$. embassies and other symbols of imperialism including an […]