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: Social Revolution
Time for a Creative Revolution by Andre Vltchek First they manufacture monstrous lies, and then they tell us that we should be objective! Is love objective; is passion? Are dreams defendable, logically and philosophically? When a house is attacked by … Continue reading →
An interview with Election Boycott Activists Mark E. Smith and Terri Lee of the Boycott Election 2012 campaign. This interview was conducted in September and October 2012, via email, by Joe Ramsey. The responses below were co-authored by Terri Lee … Continue reading →
Roland Boer, “Before October: The Unbearable Romanticism of Western Marxism”.
Pacifism: How to Do The Enemy’s Job For Them.
(Go back to Part 2) by Oscar Wilde It is evident, then, that all authority in such things is bad. People sometimes inquire what form of government is most suitable for an artist to live under. To this question there … Continue reading →
(Go back to Part 1) by Oscar Wilde And I have no doubt that it will be so. Up to the present, man has been, to a certain extent, the slave of machinery, and there is something tragic in the … Continue reading →
by Shamus Cooke(Originally posted on Workers Action, December 12, 2011) Many Occupiers have expressed a valid concern over the Obama campaign attempting to hijack the Occupy movement. To avoid this pitfall some Occupiers advocate more radical methods, ideas and strategies. But … Continue reading →
by Oscar Wilde The chief advantage that would result from the establishment of Socialism is, undoubtedly, the fact that Socialism would relieve us from that sordid necessity of living for others which, in the present condition of things, presses so … Continue reading →
by Richard A. Weir (The following is the extended version of a letter that I recently submitted to the Daily Reflector [Greenville, NC newspaper]. It has yet to be published.) I have four degrees, a child on the way, and … Continue reading →
(First published on Occupy Wall Street website on October 25, 2011) To all those in the United States currently occupying parks, squares and other spaces, your comrades in Cairo are watching you in solidarity. Having received so much advice from … Continue reading →