Anti-semitism in the Labour Party: A moral panic?

During the last few years there has developed widespread accusations that the British Labour Party contains many people holding anti-semitic sentiments. In particular the media have taken up and amplified such claims. Anti-semitism is far from dead in contemporary Britain and in a party with around half a million members it is likely that some Read more about Anti-semitism in the Labour Party: A moral panic?[…]

Communists must oppose the cult of the individual

Throughout history human societies have deified and worshiped certain leaders or invented icons or ‘Gods’ for the same purpose. This is an expression of the mysticism of the religious practices in the primitive stages of human production. The power of nature over humans, scarcity and educated men on the whole ruling over the people, controlling Read more about Communists must oppose the cult of the individual[…]

Notes on International Communist Policy 1935 to 1941

A debate and discussion was held between Revolutionary Praxis and Socialist Fight, a Trotskyist organisation. Here are the notes that a RP comrade made in preparation for this occasion. In 1935 the Seventh World Congress of the Comintern adopted a new international policy; the United Front Against Fascism drafted by Georgi Dimitrov, its General Secretary. Read more about Notes on International Communist Policy 1935 to 1941[…]

Debate on International Communist Movement Policy 1936-1941

Revolutionary Praxis and Socialist Fight are holding a debate and discussion on the international policy followed under Comintern direction during the period 1936 to 1941. In particular attention will be paid to the Spanish Civil War, the Nazi-Soviet Pact of 1939 and the formation of a National Government in Britain in 1940. All interested persons Read more about Debate on International Communist Movement Policy 1936-1941[…]