(The following was written and printed as a flier for the 2019 Palm Sunday Rally in Adelaide) As internationalist communists we recognise the working class to be a class of migrants whose home is the entire world, a class of wage-labourers who have no fatherland. As of this, we denounce the efforts made by the […]Read More Migrants and War
Climate change and its devastating environmental impact is inevitable, we here all know this, and applaud your courage in taking a stand. With the suggestion of only having 12 years for our world society to do a complete 180 in its production methods, we see the current order as completely unable to deal with the scope of this issue.Read More Embrace Hopelessness
International Working Women’s Day (IWWD) was initially spawned from within the workers’ movement, with the aim of drawing in more working women to the fight for the protection of female labour. These workers’ demands included insurance for mother and child, and political rights for working women.Read More The Origins and Capture of International Working Women’s Day
Since the 2008 economic crisis, the ballooning global debt has increased from $20 trillion to over $240 trillion. With this exponential growth of indebtedness and an unresolvable crisis of accumulation, capitalism is losing its grip. The effects of this crisis are felt no more clearly than within the maquiladora sweatshops on the northern border of […]Read More International Solidarity with the Wildcat Strikes of the Mexican Maquiladoras
The following piece of writing contains content that some may find distressing including mentions of genocide, ethnic cleansing, cultural assimilation, abuse and self harm.Read More The 26th of January: A Day of Celebration or a Day of Mourning?