The Proletarian Handbook (Available on Amazon)
Against the Rich (Available on Amazon)
People always have been the foolish victims of deception and self-deception in politics, and they always will be until they have learnt to seek out the interests of some class or other behind all moral, religious, political and social phrases, declarations and promises. – V.I. Lenin
Tag Archives: Proletarian Infrastructure
The currently featured book on Prole Center is Silent Warfare: Understanding the World of Intelligence. Keep an eye out for frequently updated books, film and music on the “Featured Media” section of this blog on the right-hand column, as well … Continue reading
The currently featured music on Prole Center is Public Enemy. Keep an eye out for frequently updated books, film and music on the “Featured Media” section of this blog on the right-hand column, as well as the more inclusive Proletarian … Continue reading
by Mark Vorpahl (Originally published on ZNet) Anyone who still believes that U.S. workers and the labor movement are incapable of mounting a struggle against the conditions that the economic crisis is forcing on us has not been paying attention. … Continue reading
Refrain from buying movies and music. Of course, paying to see live music, especially a local, non-mainstream or radical band is acceptable. Share media entertainment of all kinds, including books, with your Proletarian community.
Start a community swap shop, participate in free markets, share tools, labor and expertise with your community. Start a consumer co-op, cottage industry, neighborhood child-care, or a commune. Organize everywhere: in your neighborhood, at your workplace, in your schools, etc. … Continue reading
“War on Terror is a devious and strategic game of global domination liberation. Everyone starts with a fledgling empire and the best intentions. Then things start to get cramped. You notice your neighbour has more oil than you. Tensions rise … Continue reading
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