Today, November 5th, marks the day of the Gunpowder Plot, where Guy Fawkes and fellow conspirators attempted to assassinate James I. He failed, but if the British Monarchy falls, let it be in the same spirit of Guy Fawkes - blow them to hell and bac
Today marks the day revolutionary and leader of Burkina Faso was betrayed and killed by his supposed comrade Compaore. He will forever be known as the man who took serious anti-imperialistic actions and created betterment for his people, revolutionis
(OC) "Like a cyclone, imperialism spins across the globe; militarism crushes peoples and sucks their blood like a vampire. The Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Famine and Massacre, gallop across the world. All the diplomatic plotting was in vain: they we
Female IRA Volunteers, circa 1970s, and Cumann na mBan members marching in Bodenstown, 2004. ============== The Marxist struggle has housed the liberation of many marginalised groups throughout its development, and it quickly took on the struggle for
Song of the Week- Shut Up - Stormzy ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Shut Up was released in 2017, and was included on Stormzy's debut album, Gang Signs & Prayer. It's quite an interesting song, the lyrics and the music work together to turn a rather street rap battle t
Xanana Gusmao (holding flag) later President, Prime Minister and important East Timorese politician, stands with comrades from FALANTIL (Armed Forces for the National Liberation of East Timor) c.1990s.
Song of the Week: "4 Seasons" - Rex Orange County ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This song is just pretty fucking good, the lyrics, the music, the melancholy atmosphere. Listen to it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (Photo is the cover of Apricot Princess, the Album which this s
Is it just me or are digital music services, like Spotify, pretty shit? Imo they discourage listening to the entire album of an artist, compared to a record or CD, where you buy the whole album and listen to it. On top of that, Spotify is constantly
Song of the Week: "I'm Only Sleeping" - The Beatles (1966) ===================== I only picked this song up a few weeks ago, whilst looking through Beatles songs I hadn't heard before, and I found this gem of a song. It seems quite ahead of its time
Song of the Week: "Love Will Tear Us Apart" by Joy Division. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Recorded and released in 1980, with "These Days" as the B-side, this song is one of my all-time favourites. The lyrics capture singer Ian Curtis's dying relationship with
Rest In Piss, John McCain, war criminal, genocide supporter and all round fuckwit Rest In Peace Erich Honecker, you will he remembered for your achievements and your impact on modern socialism.