By Thomas Buddenbrook Instead of fighting for the rights and interests of the working class, as well as most of humanity, the Covid Left has aligned itself instead with, and accepts the ideology of, the privileged professional middle class (PMC) and the trade union bureaucracy (TUB). Today, according to Canadian professor Dr. Denis Rancourt, Dutch professor Dr. Kees Van Der Pijl, and NYU professor Mark … Continue reading The Politics and Social Psychology of Complicity with this Insanity
By Thomas Buddenbrook Throughout the Covid Left, there has been a hue and cry about the “bourgeois individualism” of the truckers convoys in Canada and Australia, as well as many other elements of the global medical freedom movement. In a recent article on Red Fire online, “The Straw Man: ‘Fascism’ in the Freedom Movement,” the Trotskyist Platform was given special mention in this regard: The … Continue reading Well there are bourgeois rights……and then there are bourgeois rights.
Şubat 24, 2022 Yukarıda: 12 Şubat 2022’de Federal Parlemantonun dört bir yanını saran 1 ila 2 milyonluk Kanberra Konvoyunun bir kısmı. 17-02-2022: Bu, açık farkla, Avustralya’nın siyasi tarihindeki en büyük gösteriydi. 12 Şubat’ta Parlamento Binasına kitlesel bir yürüyüş ile sonuçlanan Kanberra Özgürlük Konvoyu, başkente akın etti.  Toplam sayıları tahmin etmek zor olsa da polis bile Epic Park’ta 800.000 kişinin çadır kurduğunu ve o gün … Continue reading Samandan Korkuluk: Özgürlük Hareketinde “Faşizm”
By Thomas Buddenbrook A. The Heritage We (No Longer) Defend. “Ask Not For Whom the Bell Tolls. It Tolls for Thee” — John Donne. The history of the revolutionary socialist movement has been periodically punctuated by crises, during which a good number of socialist leaders swing over to the side of imperialism. All the while, they still claim to support the furtherance of socialism. This … Continue reading The SEP in the Covid Era: A Post-Mortem
Aralık 14, 2021 1. New members are thrown in front of the police under the name of “revolutionary activity”. Members who are sent to sell newspapers, open tables and participate in protests, face the police many times and are flagged. Secret organization, all kinds of clendestine work, contrary to what Lenin formulated in his book “What is To Be Done?”, are completely rejected. As a … Continue reading Bureaucratism in the Turkish WSP of “International Socialist League”