Capitalism’s nature as an ever-expanding force, its need to grow into new markets, is both what’s given it such resilience and what’s made it so unsustainable. Capitalism has survived the last century or so of worker revolutions because the core imperialist powers have been able…
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Faced with the decline of its important strategic ally the United States, and with a growing international scrutiny upon its human rights abuses…
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The “United States” fundamentally lacks the characteristics of a nation. Its people have no shared history, culture, or values, because the country…
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In front of us, something is unfolding that we don’t want to properly see, but that we subconsciously recognize. The warning signs for a fascist…
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In What is to be Done, Lenin wrote that “Revolutionary theory is not a dogma, but assumes final shape only in close connection with the practical…
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As I’ve written about, there’s extensive evidence that American history’s most famous true crime horror stories, from the Manson murders to Son of Sam…
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Something isn’t adding up about what we’re experiencing. About the deterioration of our socioeconomic conditions, and all of the intertwining miseries…
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The decaying colonial regime in Colombia has reached a crisis. Its people, devastated by corporate destruction of their living standards and a corrupt…
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