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War? Huh! What is it good for?! Over-throwing Fasc-ism! Say it again! Victory over fascism – 70th anniversary

“I have always believed and I still believe that it is the Red Army that has torn the guts out of the filthy Nazis”.
—Winston Churchill, Speech in the House of Commons, October 1944… 520 more words


Are you Progressive Except for Syria? Take the handy test here!

Are you Progressive Except for Syria? Take the handy test here! Reprinted with permission of Wewritewhatwelike Written by Mary Rizzo.

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We have all already heard of the phenomenon of PEP (Progressive Except on Palestine), in which those who consider themselves progressives (liberals in the USA) or leftists are pretty liberal on every single issue except the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 2,300 more words


Charles Lane: From Nicaragua to the Arab Spring, sowing seeds of a counterrevolution

Washington Post: This week marks the 25th anniversary of the free election in which the Nicaraguan people ousted the Marxist Sandinistas from power after 12 long years of revolution, war and poverty. 65 more words


How Economy is tied to democracy

Recently, the Fire party led a revolution against the Westlandic government, to combat feudal exploitation especially in rural areas and focus on making Westlandia a fully federalist society. 210 more words


This is a letter that Revolutions received just weeks before President Potus’ fatal death. We set it aside for the time being as it did not correlate with any of our ongoing stories, but now, in a time of public opinion, we feel that this person’s thoughts should be spread. 192 more words

Global Interactivity

Before the digital age, news was not readily available to everyone. Before the Internet, the radio, and television, news was broadcasted through newspapers as a part of print journalism (Campbell et all, 278). 290 more words

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What the Western-backed regime is planning for Ukrainian workers

by Julie Hyland

World Socialist Web Site

15 March 2014

Behind incessant rhetorical invocations of a “democratic revolution,” Ukraine’s newly-installed government of former bankers, fascists and oligarchs is preparing draconian austerity measures.

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