Masks, Madness and the War on Children!
Doctor Death comes for Belarus
When Alexander Lukashenko was elected in 1994 as the President of the newly-formed former Soviet Republic of Belarus, poor farmers, unemployed workers, and all those who had lost everything they had worked for after the fall of the Soviet Union had great hope for the future. A former director of a collective farm who stood up against corruption, Lukashenko opposed the dissolution of the USSR. He knew that corrupt cadres had taken over the Communist Party and that the privatisation they were proposing was simply a ruse to line their own pockets, at the expense of the Soviet worker. While …Read More »
Gearóid talks about Belarus election and Crisis in Lebanon
Is Trump a new Emperor Justinian II?
Is George Floyd a Martyr? A Response to my Critics
Police Captain David Dorn, murdered by capitalist shock troop supporters of George Floyd while trying to defend the working class After being publicly slandered by Lebanese journalist Marwa Osman and US Green Party Vice Presidential candidate, Ajamu Baraka, I have decided here to clarify some important matters concerning imperialism and anti-imperialism The riots in the United States, sparked after the murder of George Floyd, have raised a number of important issues. What role does race play in class struggle? Which class wields power? What is the importance of race in the struggle against imperialism? I have come across a number …Read More »
Latin American Left and Vatican Bank, COVID-19 and Neocolonialism in Africa
Is the UN Preparing Children for Abduction?
The COVID-19 crisis has had a traumatic impact on children. Now, the corrupt UN appears to be preparing children for separation from their families. The UN’s Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IGSC), which overseas humanitarian assistance to war-torn areas, has just published a children’s book about coronavirus titled “ My Hero is You.”The book has been translated into several languages and is recommended for schools. While it is claimed that the story was a collaborative effort between parents, caregivers and children from around the world, the underlying theme is sinister. The storybook’s main protagonist is a “friendly” dragon who comes to comfort a child …Read More »