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The Party: Help or Hindrance?

This is somewhat of a response to A Cynical Comrade’s earlier piece – The Wrong Road To Progress. I think that, justifiably, there is a cynicism and estrangement among the broad revolutionary/progressive movement towards political parties. 1,039 more words

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Socialism: What is it and why do we need it?

The following is one young Rebels ideas of what socialism is and how it would best suit us here in Ireland.

Socialism is a system whereby the means of production, distribution and exchange are publicly owned and used for the benefit of society as a whole. 1,369 more words

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B-more Uprising - We like our n*****s to entertain, not to break their chains...

The following is a short piece addressing the hypocrisy associated with how some of us in privileged positions view oppressed people, in this case the black communities of Baltimore which have this week descended into an open uprising against police terrorism. 988 more words

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Ladies and gentlemen, what will happen if we continue on letting this international adaption happen? Especially if it is illegal? Salsabila here as the writer, brings 3 major points of arguments. 995 more words


'Long-lost' fishermen in teary reunions with their families - Reported by The Nation

The continuing enslavement of fishermen in trawlers sustaining the global fishing industry continues to be uncovered. The following story was first published in The Nation | Attributed to Pratch Rujivanarom | The Nation April 11, 2015. 540 more words

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Foot soldier of US Imperialism honoured in Cork

Yesterday, Saturday, April 18th, in the picturesque town of Kinsale, County Cork, a plaque was unveiled by an organisation calling itself Irish Veterans in memory of… 1,028 more words

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"#Food safety is a condition for food availability & therefore for food security" @samgodefroy http://t.co/oLG3x7aP8F pic.twitter.com/PeIpwQd9hR

— StrikingPoverty (@strikingpoverty) March 26, 2015

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