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Yearly Archives: 2016

The fall of traditional parties in Europe: The case of Italy and Austria

LONDON—Europe has entered a period of turbulence that produces uncertainty in many ways. The white population is concerned that uncertainty has become the norm.

Every election seems to throw a dismal outcome for the traditional parties and their rulers, despite the huge back up and fanciful predictions they get from their bourgeois mainstream press at the  service of the capitalist class.

Italy’s recent elections on Sunday, December 4, 2016 added fuel to the growing crisis in Europe, where the mainstream parties and their leaders were successfully challenged by new political forces. 

French police commit violence against African and Afghan immigrants

The immigration violence in October 2016 by the French police against the traumatized and impoverished colonial people fleeing U.S.-led NATO wars was world news.

French police demolished the Calais “Jungle” tearing down the makeshift homes of the 7,000 residents.

Come to the APSP Plenary! Make the Revolution your New Year’s resolution!

The African People’s Socialist Party will, on January 7-9, 2017, put revolution firmly back on the agenda for African people with our annual magnificent Plenary celebration to be held at our headquarters in the city of St. Petersburg, Florida!

Our Party members, members of our mass organizations and supporters from around the world will converge in St. Pete for this revolutionary celebration. 

Barack Hussein Obama’s last speech on “national security” exposes his firm stance against oppressed peoples

U.S. president Barack Obama praised the U.S. military regime from top to bottom as he dropped the names of army generals, personnel and their families during his last speech on national security as U.S. president on November 6, 2016.

He paid homage to the past 75 years of bloodshed and carnage that the U.S. has brought to the world from the second imperialist world war, their attempted occupation of Viet Nam, up to the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Castro update: imperialism is on its deathbed

Fidel Castro's death on November 25, 2016 drew different reactions across the world. Revolutionaries mourned the death of the man who liberated Cuba from U.S. imperialism while many petty bourgeois Cubans living in the U.S. celebrated his death alongside imperialism.


The struggle over the anti-African mural is a 600-year struggle

The following is a transcribed speech which was made at the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement’s (InPDUM) Sunday Rally on July 7, 2016 by Chairman of the African People’s Socialist Party, Omali Yeshitela.

InPDUM St. Petersburg is engaged in a fierce struggle with the State to control the replacement art of an anti-African mural which was torn down from the wall of St. Petersburg City Hall by the Chairman in 1966, fifty years ago.

Here, Chairman Omali takes us through the important historical context which is important in understanding why the mural struggle is critical.

This is part three in a series of four articles.

Trump, white workers and the road to socialism

U.S. President-elect Donald J. Trump was propelled to victory largely by the support of “non-college educated” white workers. This popular upsurge has been described as “the revenge of the white working class” by the Washington Post.

The Wall Street Journal marveled at the rise of a “Trumpen-proletariat” who were eager to follow behind the self-defined “blue collar billionaire” on his quest to restore America to greatness.

To understand this phenomenon and the way forward, let us begin by looking at the nature and origins of capitalism itself. 

No such thing as women in general: White women and their support of imperialism

Early in the 2016 electioneering for the seat of U.S. president, the most visible advocates for either candidates were women.

In Donald Trump’s camp were the likely open white nationalist “good ole’ girls” and the unlikely African supporters like YouTubers Diamond and Silk and Omarosa Manigault.

In Hillary Clinton’s camp were the so-called progressives, entertainers like Beyonce and feminists, some of whom were left with her as their ONLY candidate for a chance at presidency, after fake socialist Bernie Sanders failed to win the Democratic Party primary.

REVOLUTIONARY CULTURE & ECONOMICS Introducing NZO: African Styles at Home and Abroad

The much anticipated launch of the African People's Education & Defense Fund's (APEDF) newest economic enterprise, NZO, took place at Uhuru Furniture & Collectibles (UFC) on Tuesday, November 1st, in Philadelphia. 

"NZO - African Styles at Home and Abroad" is an exciting new African design product line developed by APEDF to expand the economic base for the rising African independent economy.

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