Posts Tagged: اشتراكيون ثوريون

Stand with jailed activists who fought for Egyptian workers’ rights

Ten years after the Egyptian revolution shook the world, a vicious military regime has detained tens of thousands without trial in dire conditions. This briefing for trade union activists highlights the cases of six socialist activists who are currently detained on spurious charges. They include journalists, a public transport worker, lawyers and a human rights

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BDS Egypt launched

Activists from the Revolutionary Socialists, 6 April Youth, Ad-Dustour Party, and several other groups as well as independent figures, gathered today at Cairo’s Press Syndicate to launch BDS Egypt.

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RIP Bassem Chit

Comrade Bassem Chit, Lebanese revolutionary socialist and friend, has passed away in Beirut. No words can describe the loss.

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‘Communist parties too must learn to utilize these methods’

The following quotes are from the Comintern’s Fourth Congress (1922), the proceedings of which Comrade John Riddell translated into English. The quotes were made available to me by Comrade Jesse McLaren in January of this year: 1) In the discussion of trade union work, the Bolshevik Lozovsky (general secretary of the Red International of Labour

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#RevSoc Self sacrifice, dedication to the cause

I first read this footnote in the summer of 1998 and it never left my mind. Describing the Bolsheviks’ printshop in 1905, Tony Cliff writes: This was by far the largest underground printing press in Russia and was literally underground – in a cellar. The printers were seven self-sacrificing party members. They worked 10 hours

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What is to be done: The Website as an Organizer #RevSoc

The Revolutionary Socialists Movement launched its new website on 7 August. The site represents a qualitative change in our propaganda work, but it also presents some major challenges to the membership of the movement as a whole and not only to the comrades in the media committee alone. This is the necessity to provide content

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