ST. LOUIS: Garden Vandalism Believed to Be a Hoax

Photo: Picture posted by “For the People-STL” after their garden was vandalized on November 10. By Ed Dalton Revisionist charity “For the People-STL” (FTP-STL) reported that their garden was vandalized the night of Sunday November 10 and proceeded to publicly blame revolutionary organization Community Power Network (CPN) for the act. FTP-STL is a small organization run by a notorious opportunist, who has long been an … Continue reading ST. LOUIS: Garden Vandalism Believed to Be a Hoax

PITTSBURGH: Tenants Protest at Slumlord’s Home After Displacement

Photo: Tenants and activists protest outside of slumlord’s home By Margarita Robinson The morning of November 2, tenants and activists rallied outside slumlord Lara Washington’s mansion to confront her about deplorable living conditions and present their demands. The President of the Allegheny County Rehabilitation Corporation (AHRCO), Lara Washington managed the DeRaud street apartments in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, where a fire recently displaced over … Continue reading PITTSBURGH: Tenants Protest at Slumlord’s Home After Displacement

KANSAS: Lawrence DSA Tries to Cover Up Allegations of Sexual Abuse with Bureaucracy and Red-Baiting

Photo: Left to Right, LKDSA affiliates Brian Thomas (accused of rape), Dan Jensen (accused of sexual misconduct), and Leo Niehorster-Cook (accused of sexual misconduct). By The Incendiary Editorial Board Over the past week, events have publicly unfolded surrounding the Lawrence, Kansas Chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (LKDSA) which have exposed attempts to undermine and derail allegations of sexual assault and harassment, as well … Continue reading KANSAS: Lawrence DSA Tries to Cover Up Allegations of Sexual Abuse with Bureaucracy and Red-Baiting

LEBANON: Protesters Call for Aoun’s Resignation, End to Sectarian Government

Photo: Lebanese protesters lead a sit-in while riot police watch By Miriam Cordova Protests throughout Lebanon, especially in major cities like Beirut and Tripoli, have entered the fourth week, and have seen the participation of tens of thousands of people. After Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri announced his resignation last Tuesday, protesters are now targeting the country’s remaining political elite, specifically President Michel Aoun, with calls to … Continue reading LEBANON: Protesters Call for Aoun’s Resignation, End to Sectarian Government

SAN DIEGO: Police Brutalize Unarmed Black Man in Gentrified Area

Photo: Scene of police brutalizing man at traffic stop last week in North Park, San Diego. By Edith Flanagan Last week in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego, California 16 police officers pulled firearms on an unarmed Black man at a traffic stop at the intersection of Texas St. and Howard Ave. Livestream video of the incident shows officers aiming their weapons at the … Continue reading SAN DIEGO: Police Brutalize Unarmed Black Man in Gentrified Area

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PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Great October Socialist Revolution

Photo: The Great Lenin addresses crowd in 1917 By Peter Cherry Editor’s note: The original version of this article published on October 25 contained errors which have been corrected in this updated post On October 25, 1917 (November 7, modern calendar), the Bolsheviks, under the leadership of the great Lenin, led the Red Guards and other armed divisions of the Russian working class in an … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Great October Socialist Revolution

Comrade Dimitrov is Immortal!

Unofficial translation of an article originally appearing in A Nova Democracia “But it is characteristic of the victory of fascism that this victory, on the one hand, bears witness to the weakness of the proletariat, disorganized and paralyzed by the disruptive Social-Democratic policy of class collaboration with the bourgeoisie, and, on the other, expresses the weakness of the bourgeoisie itself, afraid of the realization of … Continue reading Comrade Dimitrov is Immortal!