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 […]
The July-August 2012 issue of Monthly Review Magazine featured a missing chapter from the book Monopoly Capital: An Essay on the American Economic and Social Order, published in 1966 by Monthly Review Press. The book was published following the death of Paul Baran in 1964, whom along with co-author Paul Sweezy spent over two years of […]
On September 11th, 1973, democratically-elected Chilean president, Salvador Allende, was violently overthrown by a CIA orchestrated coup. Bombs struck the presidential palace, tanks rolled through the streets, and the massacre began. The nine-eleven of Chile was underway. Salvador Allende, convinced he would be assassinated, instead took his own life as his home was being bombarded. […]
The following article by Karlo Mikhail and originally published in the Platypus Journal challenges common notions that Slavoj Žižek presents a particularly radical critique of capitalist-imperialism. While we are reposting this for the purpose of discussion and critical review, doing so in no manner implies endorsement or affiliation. The Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek has a reputation for lashing out […]
Bourgeois history is typified by its appreciation of particulars. In turn it rejects larger narratives regarding fundamental social relations. The effect of this is obscuring unflattering trends in the history of the capitalist world-system and particular dominant countries therein. Though highly accessible, Scott Reynolds Nelson’s Steel Drivin’ Man: John Henry: The Untold Story of an American Legend adds […]
Manufacturing Dissent: The Truth About Syria is a recent documentary by Lizzie Phelan and Mostafa Afzalzadeh which uncovers manipulation by mainstream media and US officials in the pursuit of regime change in Syria. As revolutionary anti-imperialists our duty is to support a global united front against US-led imperialism and oppose all its various schemes. From the […]
We have long promoted and distributed certain works of J. Sakai as essential reading for revolutionary anti-imperialists, especially Settlers: The Mythology of the White Proletariat. Its uncompromising look at Amerikan history as one of oppression of captive nations is a sharp contrast to the left patriotism of Howard Zinn, as a previous review by […]
‘The Revolution is Dead, Long Live the Revolution,’ Prince Kapone featuring La Nena and La Java A3 Vida From the album “Prince Kapone Presents… The Revolution Is Dead, Long Live The Revolution (Live From Habana).”
Immanuel Wallerstein, speaking in the video at the Progress Paradox Conference, is a founder of the ‘world-systems analysis’ school of thought. World-systems analysis is an attempt to offer a historical materialist summary of the 20th century and highlight potential possibilities for future revolutionary struggle. Wallerstein’s recent text, World-Systems Analysis: An Introduction, will be part of […]
In this short video, Shubel Morgan explains why Amerikans are so wealthy compared to those in the Third World. It is not because of so-called ‘advanced technology.’ Amerika is wealthy because it exploits the world’s people. Shubel Morgan also penned a highly recommendable six-part essay (collected in a single PDF, here) which deals with the […]
Crown Prince of the Black Order Revolutionary Organization details the meaning and history of Black August and Bloody September and encourages conscious prisoners to rise up and participate in a work stoppage and demonstration on September 9th. MIM-Prisons originally published this article. Salute comrade, today we stand on this crest of time as we reach through the recess of […]
The United States, irrespective of its presidential leadership, is the foremost aggressor and the principal enemy of the world’s people.
The following article by Ward Churchill originally appeared in Covert Action Information Bulletin, Number 24 (Summer 1985), pp. 16-21. As always, reposting here is for critical discussion and does not imply endorsement or affiliation by Anti-Imperialism.com or the Revolutionary Anti-Imperialist Movement. There is a little considered aspect of the covert means through which the United States […]
The following is a polemic by Sanyika Shakur of the New Afrikan Independence Movement against the positions held by the Kevin Rashid Johnson and the New Afrikan Black Panther Party. While we certainly don’t agree with the entirely of Shakur’s piece, including his self-defeating shallow one-liners against Stalin and the USSR, we are reposting it […]
According to recent reports, around 6 billion USD will likely be spent in this year’s presidential election campaign, a figure which tops previous campaigns. Some analysts estimate each candidate is already spending over $30 million each week in advertising, and both candidates have thus far paid out millions as wages and salaries for campaign workers. […]
On Monday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused the US and its western allies of using blackmail to secure a UN Security Council resolution on Syria. The draft resolution, circulated my members of the British delegation, included economic sanctions on the Syrian government and could pave the way for a future UN-backed intervention.
Over the past decades, several changes have taken place on the terrain of class struggle. While the material conditions for revolution have improved, the subjective conditions have not kept pace or have worsened. There are no revolutionary superheroes, and revolution won’t pop up from prophecy. We must individually and collectively step up our commitment to shaping contemporary subjective conditions in favor of revolutionary struggle and advances.