Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia and defense minister in charge of the war in Yemen, arrived in Britain on Wednesday for a three-day state visit, heralded by 300 billboards in the capital proclaiming that he is "bringing change to Saudi Arabia". Salman is obviously keen to discuss the … Continue reading Saudi warmonger warmly received by British masters
A decent pension for all workers is a right, not a privilege. View this leaflet as a pdf All workers should have a decent pension to support them in their retirement years, and university lecturers are no exception. This should be demanded as a right, not as a privilege to be granted or withheld. A … Continue reading Hands off lecturers’ pensions
Addressing a packed meeting hosted by the London Region of the CPGB-ML on 31 January, Eva Bartlett, an independent journalist who has visited Syria several times, talked about what she saw there and provided accounts from many ordinary Syrian citizens. Bartlett focused on the media propaganda war against Syria, exposing the many egregious lies told … Continue reading Syria – the absolutely non-fake news
On part of a successful tour across Britain and Ireland, independent journalist Eva Bartlett addressed a packed hall in London about her work in Syria, Palestine, and North Korea. Bartlett, along with many other independent journalists, provided first-hand accounts and shared the voices of ordinary civilians from these nations, features that are usually conspicuously absent … Continue reading Imperialism on Trial: journalist Eva Bartlett addresses London audience
Thousands of people rallied to a march from Belgrave Square to the Libyan Embassy last Saturday, which then went on past Buckingham Palace to Downing Street and Trafalgar Square, to protest the re-emergence of chattel slavery in Libya. The march, organised by African Lives Matter, coincided with demonstrations in Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, and Glasgow. … Continue reading Thousands protest against modern slavery
Join us on Saturday 9 December, 12 noon, at Belgrave square (nearest tube stations: Knightsbridge, Hyde Park Corner, Victoria), marching to the Libyan embassy to demonstrate against the continuing plunder of Libya and exploitation of African people by NATO states. Demonstrations are also planned for Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, and Glasgow.
We believe that all people are created equal — yet around the world today our brothers and sisters are in chains. Our souls cry out in anger and pain when we see slave markets reborn in Libya in the 21st century. How has humanity arrived at this shameful and humiliating place? We believe that the … Continue reading No to slavery, no to NATO in Libya!
The CPGB-ML's anti-imperialist stance always inspires some debate amongst friends and followers. It is important to remember that we are in the belly of the beast, and many of the predatory imperialist companies that plunder most of the world, and seek to plunder the rest (as in the case of Zimbabwe, Syria, the DPRK, etc), … Continue reading Communists and the struggle against imperialism
Comrade R G Mugabe resigned the office of President of Zimbabwe amid much jubilation on the part of imperialism and its flunkeys – inside and outside of Zimbabwe. Much venomous abuse has been poured on him by the imperialist media, which have mindlessly described him as a brutal dictator who ruled over Zimbabwe through coercion, … Continue reading Robert Mugabe Resigns – a sad political end to an illustrious life
Rob Walker, prominent member of Red Youth, speaks at the packed centenary celebration of the October Revolution, organised by comrades of the CPGB-ML in Southall, West London on 4th November 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vv-jS6ZjHUc The mainstream (imperialist) media have marked this anniversary, unsurprisingly, with a crescendo of anti-Soviet and anti-communist propaganda. This propaganda is so prevalent that … Continue reading Red Youth message on the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution