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March, 2018

  • 20 March

    Sri Lanka’s religious violence and the US pivot to Asia

      Image source Recent inter-communal riots in Sri Lanka have highlighted the problem of religious extremism, particularly among Asia’s Buddhist population. But the Buddhist nationalist point of view has been largely ignored in favour of a discourse which demonises Buddhists as aggressors and  portrays Muslims as innocent victims. The reality is far more complex. Part I A state of emergency has been introduced in Sri Lanka after an outbreak of violence between Buddhists and Muslims. According to reports, the violence erupted after a Buddhist truck driver was killed on the 4th of March by three inebriated Muslims, which was followed by …

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October, 2017

  • 4 October

    Israel Will Be Our Bank

    Catalan ‘Independence’ –  A Tool of Capital Against Labour Part II Dear anti anti-Semitic reader, take heed lest the following facts, bigoted and odious as they most outrageously are, offend thine eyes! Many of the world’s richest financial elites are Jewish. They have a state all to themselves; it’s called Israel. It is no ordinary state. Its agents control the world’s great powers and the minds of the masses through monopoly media. It is a fact few will dare to admit, but facts are facts. And as as the cliché goes, facts are stubborn things! So what interest does Israel have …

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  • 3 October

    Catalan ‘independence’ – A Tool of Capital Against Labour

     (Source: wikipedia)  Part I Spain’s rich Catalan region has erupted in violence. After a much-disputed referendum on independence where less than 40 percent of the Spanish region’s inhabitants voted, Catalan’s local government has said it will declare independence this week. Many on the left support Catalan independence. In fact, they claim that those who oppose it  are Francoists and fascists. Communists understand fascism to be rule by the dictatorship of  financial oligarchy and it is in such a context that one must view events in Spain in terms of the class alliances behind the independence movement. In order to see whether …

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  • 2 October

    China and Russia Urge Diplomatic and Media objectivity in Myanmar

    (Source: Information Committee) The September 28th Security Council 8060th  Session on the crisis in Myanmar –  following the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) terrorist attacks on the 25th of August –  highlighted once again two opposing trends in current international relations. After several speeches by the US, UK and French UN ambassadors blaming the Burmese government for massacres carried out by ARSA terrorists, the Chinese and Russian ambassadors praised  Naypyidaw for its handling of the security crisis in the country. China’s deputy UN ambassador Wu Haitao said: “China condemns the recent violent attacks in Myanmar’s Rakhine State and supports Myanmar’s effort …

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