Above: Residents of Ilaga flee from West Papuan armed separatists. Image from http://www.en.tempo.co 06-06-2021: Throughout April and May, armed West Papuan separatist militia rampaged through the Puncak Regency, causing mayhem and leaving a trail of blood and destruction. Ostensibly claiming to be part of a “resistance” to the “oppression” of Papuans within Indonesia, the sheer cruelty of their behaviour could well be interpreted as having … Continue reading West Papua: Armed Separatists Wage Terror in Puncak
Hong Kong: Towards Capitalism or Socialism? 25-08-2019 – As the staged provocations in Hong Kong enter their 12th week, it is becoming more obvious that the Blackshirt separatists have the (unofficial) backing of the US state department. It is likely that the violent pro-capitalist demonstrators have been given an assurance that they will continue to receive covert support if they do not let up with … Continue reading Hong Kong: Towards Capitalism or Socialism?
Algeria: US Foments Destabilisation in Africa 17-04-2019 – Algeria was one of the foremost countries of the wave of anti-colonialist liberation struggles which followed the Second World War, winning its independence from France in 1962. Today, there are both hidden and barely hidden attempts to bring Algeria back within the vice-like grip of Western imperialism. The US Empire, desperate after being defeated in Syria, and … Continue reading Algeria: US Foments Destabilisation in Africa
West Papua: Corporate Media Enlisted to Spread False Claims, Fake News 30-12-18 – As far as false flags go, this one was a whopper. In an “exclusive” posted in The Saturday Paper on December 22, John Martinkus and Mark Davis make the outlandish claim that the Indonesian military used white phosphorus munitions against West Papuan villagers in the region of Nduga. White phosphorus is an … Continue reading West Papua: Corporate Media Enlisted to Spread False Claims, Fake News
15-10-2017 – When is a revolution not a revolution? Amongst other things, it is when it is led by wealthy industrialists and conservative politicians, and when it is not supported by a majority of its people. Witness Catalonia today. All manner of misguided left parties and those who take a progressive political stand generally have been taken in by this movement for separatist independence of … Continue reading Catalonia: The Affluent “Revolution”