JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

  • UKIP, xenophobia and the upcoming general election

    Divisive role of racism Racism is a potent weapon used by the ruling class to divide the working class so as to render the latter powerless in its struggle against capitalist exploitation and all the ills that flow from it – unemployment, inadequate housing, poor education, with health... [Read more]

  • The economic war against Russia

    Supposedly to ‘punish’ Russia for the successes of the resistance in Ukraine to the US-backed fascist coup, the ‘international community’, i.e., the imperialist powers of the world, have declared economic war against it, endeavouring to cause such damage to its economy, and suffering to its... [Read more]

  • Ukraine: Imperialism pours oil on the fire

    Statements made on one day by ‘President’ Poroshenko about making a ‘real’ cease-fire are contradicted the next by the leader of the Rada, Turchinov, who demands that the so-called ‘anti-terrorist’ operation must continue “until the end“. A prisoner exchange agreed one moment is sabotaged the... [Read more]

  • Medical homicide in Chhattisgarh

    The deaths of more than a dozen women, who participated in a mass sterilisation camp at an abandoned hospital in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh in November 2014, have shone a lurid light on official India’s approach to questions of family planning and population control. Instead of... [Read more]

  • Palestine Update

    (A) Brutal murder of Minister Ziad Abu Ein December saw the killing of Fatah MP Ziad Abu Ein and substantial disagreement over the proposed UN resolution on Palestinian statehood. In early December a group of Palestinian demonstrators marched to agricultural land in Turmus Aya, an... [Read more]

  • Syria stands firm as imperialism wades deeper into the swamp

    The United States is doing its utmost to turn the horrors perpetrated by ISIS to its own best advantage, weakening the unity of Iraq and seizing the opportunity to lay waste Syria’s infrastructure, all in the hope of pushing on with its warmongering agenda against Syria and Iran and beyond.... [Read more]

  • Fraternal greetings from an Australian comrade on the occasion of the CPGB-ML’s rally marking the 97th anniversary of the October Revolution

    Dear Comrades of the CPGB-ML, Allow me to send you revolutionary greetings on the occasion of your celebrations for the 97th anniversary of the glorious Great October Socialist Revolution! On this joyous celebration each year, we, as Marxist-Leninists pause in our work to end... [Read more]

  • Birmingham meeting celebrates Korean socialism and marks the third anniversary of the passing of Kim Jong Il

    On Saturday 20 December the Birmingham branch of the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist) held a meeting in solidarity with the Korean people and the Workers Party of Korea which also coincided with the anniversary of the passing away of comrade Kim Jong Il who died in 2011.... [Read more]

  • The everlasting contribution of the October Revolution

    On 8 November, the CPGB-ML held a public rally to mark and celebrate the 97th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. Joti Brar spoke to a packed audience on this occasion, and we reproduce her speech immediately below (it is also available on Proletarian Television). ... [Read more]

  • Miami 5 – free at last and home for Christmas

    MESSAGE TO PARTIES AND POLITICAL AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND FORCES IN THE WORLD With a great joy, only compared to that of the historic triumph of the Cuban Revolution on January 1st 1959, our people celebrate the return to the homeland of the five anti-terrorist heroes, unjustly... [Read more]

  • Greetings from the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea to the Seventh Congress of the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist)

    At its 7th Congress which took place on 8-9 November 2014, the CPGB-ML was honoured to receive the following letter from the Embassy of the DPRK in London: The Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in London presents its compliments to the Central Committee of the... [Read more]

  • Obituary for Billy Hunt-Vincent

    Death of a fine comrade Billy was born on the 12th July 1930 in Spring Garden Lane in the ‘Town End’ of Sunderland, where he lived with his mam and dad, Liz and Nicky and his older sisters. They lived in two rooms of what can only be described as a slum, a fact which Billy never shied... [Read more]

  • BOOK REVIEW – Shed no tears for the defeated, by William Hunt-Vincent

    This is a first and last novel by CPGB-ML member William (Billy) Hunt-Vincent who passed away in November having suffered ill health for quite some time. It is an absolute must-read for progressive people, who will enjoy its refreshing originality. It is original in two ways. The first... [Read more]

  • US – the worst torturer and violator of human rights

    US imperialism is forever accusing governments that it does not like of violating human rights. The truth, however, is that US imperialism has for a very long time been the worst torturer, predatory aggressor and violator of human rights. The latest proof of its fascistic behaviour comes... [Read more]