We are pleased to publish this video format version of the presentation given by Cory Morningstar in March this year at our ‘Left Case Against the WEF’ conference for the ‘Ecological Case Against the WEF’ panel.
In this article, Chris Rea takes aim at the People’s Assembly for their failure to move past a ‘lifted from 2019’ anti-austerity program, despite the intervening political lurch towards a bio fascist state and mass grassroots rebellion against it.
In this piece Phil Shannon excoriates Covid obsessed and establishment narrative adhering ‘progressives’ for divorcing themselves from the interests of working class labour, and offers advice on how best to deal with such ‘new normal’ nominal leftists.
The debate over the folly of climate alarmism vs climate change denial rages on, as Rusere Shoniwa counters Cook’s response to his previous criticism of Cook’s promotion of the anthropogenic climate catastrophe narrative.
Debbie Hicks (Keep it Cash) recounts the progress made in campaigning to increase cash use via street activism.
Rusere Shoniwa takes journalist Jonathan Cook to task over his establishment aligned stance in pushing climate alarmism. Shoniwa argues that, as with Covid-19, the science on climate change is not settled, but censored.
In this piece Bert Olivier explores the value of suffering: both for the individual, and as a catalyst for progress towards real democracy, drawing his inspiration from the Bildungsroman or ‘coming of age’ genre of novel.
We here republish CJ Hopkin’s latest blog updating readers on the course of his prosecution by the Berlin state for allegedly “disseminating propaganda, the contents of which are intended to further the aims of a former National Socialist organization.”
Real Left Australia on navigating the complexities of the struggle for First Nations justice in the age of woke, censorship and repression.
Bert Olivier explores the nature of evil, drawing on thinkers as diverse as Kant, Descartes and Heidegger.