imperialism

“The Greatest Purveyor of Violence”: Black Rose Statement on U.S. Aggression Against Iran

Statement by members of Black Rose/Rosa Negra Anarchist Federation “The greatest purveyor of violence in the world: my own government.” -MLK Black Rose Anarchist Federation / Federación Anarquista Rosa Negra unequivocally condemns the U.S. assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in Iraq. This is a provocation and an act of imperialist aggression that adds to […]

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Oppressor and Oppressed Nations: Sketching a Taxonomy of Imperialism

With much of the left’s analysis of imperialism trending towards simplistic binaries of imperialism and anti-imperialism, a deeper analysis of the relationships between states created by modern imperialism and colonialism are desperately needed. This thoughtful essay by Sweden-based author Gabriel Kuhn provides attempts to outline how we might form an alternate and more useful model […]

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Gaza Massacre Marks 70 Years of Al-Nakba: We Demand Justice!

By BRRN External Communications-International Relations Committee (EC-IRC) Today, May 15, 2018, marks 70 years since the founding of Israel and the parallel al-Nakba al-Mustamera, or “ongoing catastrophe,” which this has meant for Palestine’s indigenous Arab population. The ethnic cleansing of between 750,000 and 800,000 Palestinians and the destruction of an estimated 600 Arab villages required […]

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Comments on Trump’s Syrian Missile Strikes

By Black Rose/Rosa Negra – Central Illinois Last night the U.S. military launched nearly 5 dozen cruise missiles at Syria from U.S. Navy ships in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. This was a U.S. response to chemical attacks against civilians allegedly ordered by Bashar al-Assad. The Democrats and Republicans are united in their support for U.S. […]

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Imperialist domination and the popular masses

by Jan- Miami Autonomy & Solidarity (MAS) In consolidating the Haitian dominant classes and their state apparatus, imperialism plays a direct and indirect role in maintaining the dictatorship of the dominant classes on the masses. Imperialism intervenes directly on class struggles in the Haitian social formation.

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