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The rich protect their own: scandal cover-up exposes rottenness of the British Establishment

Written by Rob Sewell Wednesday, 20 August 2014
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thumb houses-of-parliament-thA fish rots from the head down. It is the same for the crisis-ridden British Tory Establishment.

 

Kiev government forcibly removes remaining Maidan protesters

Written by Peter Mikhailenko Friday, 15 August 2014
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fascists-ukraine-thThe Kiev mayor Vitali Klitschko and the Ukrainian government have forcibly removed the remaining Euromaidan protesters, clearing away protesters’ tents and replaced them with an army recruitment office. Claiming the objectives of Euromaidan accomplished and the movement no longer necessary, Kiev is reigning in the movement that had brought them to power.

 

Ukraine: The collapse of “Left” liberalism

Written by Svetlana Tsiberganova (Borotba, Donetsk) Friday, 15 August 2014
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We are publishing the translation of an article by Svetlana Tsiberganova, a Borotba activist based in Donetsk. It deals with the reasons for the bankruptcy of part of the Ukrainian left that have capitulated to anti-communist liberal prejudices and Ukrainian nationalism.

   

Theses on Ukraine

Written by In Defence of Marxism Tuesday, 12 August 2014
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donbas-miners-antifascist-strike-thWe are publishing the final version of the Theses on Ukraine as amended and approved unanimously by the IMT World Congress.

 

IMT World Congress in solidarity with the antifascist resistance in Ukraine!

Written by In Defence of Marxism Friday, 08 August 2014
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We publish this resolution unanimously approved by the IMT World Congress (Greece, July 29 - August 3, 2014).

   

Flight MH17 – Imperialism and the art of hypocrisy

Written by Alan Woods Tuesday, 22 July 2014
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malaysia-airlines-thThe death of almost 300 innocent men, women and children on a Malaysian airline flight has shocked the world. Flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was travelling over the conflict-hit region when it disappeared from radar. A total of 283 passengers, including some 80 children, and 15 crew members were on board.

 

Poland’s Golden Age of Scandal and Corruption

Written by Ben Gliniecki Monday, 21 July 2014
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Donald Tusk 3-thLast week saw the Polish Parliament vote on motions of no confidence in the interior minister and the ruling coalition as a whole. These motions, which were tabled in the wake of a massive corruption scandal involving politicians at the highest level, were both defeated. However, surviving the votes of no confidence will do little to rebuild the reputation of the ruling coalition and the ideas they represent in the eyes of Polish people. They are rightly being seen, now more than ever, for the corrupt clique they really are.

   

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