(The following has been written for adaptation as an agitational flyer for distribution at upcoming protests in support of legal abortion in South Australia and the release of refugees imprisoned in Australia and on surrounding islands) As internationalists, we recognise the working class as having no fatherland and denounce the efforts made to control our […]Read More COVID-19, Abortion and Refugee Struggles in Australia
(We recently helped our North American comrades in Klasbatalo and the Internationalist Workers’ Group write this article about a produce workers’ strike in New York City. It was originally published on Leftcom.org on 3 February, 2021) 1. Unity for who? Since the beginning of this pandemic, around the globe, the press and governments have proclaimed […]Read More NYC Produce Workers’ Strike: Capitalism’s Treatment of its “Essential Workers”
The COVID-19 pandemic has left the entire working class living with a new level of uncertainty. There have now been cases reported on every continent after researchers and military personnel on Antarctica recently reported their first cases. As of 29 December 2020, there have been over 81.2 million COVID-19 cases and 1.77 million deaths. The […]Read More New Year, Same Crisis
2019 finds humanity in an increasingly dangerous place. The consequences of global economic stagnation, itself the product of a much deeper crisis of profitability, can be seen in the rise of nationalism, racism and xenophobia. These in turn threaten not only to add to the increasing proliferation of unending wars around the world but to […]Read More Crisis, War and Environmental Catastrophe: There is No Alternative to the Social Revolution!
(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
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