Left wing communism

Category: Elections, parliamentarism, democracy


Netherlands: About the riots against the curfew and its backgrounds

On the weekend of January 24 and 25, riots – “the worst in 40 years” – broke out in at least 10 places in the Netherlands against the imposition of a curfew, from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. The most…

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Brasil: What will come?

Passa Palavra, O que virá, 21-1-2021 We are facing a dispute for protagonism among the forces of the right: how will the forces of the left act in this new scenario? The failure of the health system in Manaus, with…

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Movaut (Brazil) – Beyond the Elections

            We are in an election period and, once again, we watch the old catchphrases resuming to look new. Each election looks a lot like the previous one, changing only a few specificities – this is explained by the lack…

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Do democracy and dictatorship exclude or supplement each other?

A critique of Davis, ‘The Road to Anti-State, Anti-market Socialism ‘ On the 10th of June, in “Defund the police” or what? we looked back on the turn the movement of protest and riots against police repression in the USA…

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Critique of an ‘appeal by belorussian trade unionists’.

On an appeal by Belarusian trade unionists to «communists and leftists (sic) from all over the world». Following the article by “Battaglia comunista”, whose translation in French we gave [see English version: Belarus: Between Imperialist Feuds and Class Movements]*, and…

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Riots at Curacao (Caribbean)

The proletariat at the island of Curaçao (one of the former Dutch Antillean Islands) is hard hit by the recession and the lockdown measures (Covid pandemic). This is true for the region of the Caribbean as a whole, where the…

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“Defund the police” or what?

Defund the police has been the most important slogan in the last week. The mayors of Los Angeles and San Francisco have announced to cut the Police Department’s budget. In Minneapolis, a majority of the City Council pledged to dismantle its Police…

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