Monthly Archives: April 2012

Jack London: What Life Means to Me

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from Revolution and Other Essays I was born in the working-class. Early I discovered enthusiasm, ambition, and ideals; and to satisfy these became the problem of my child-life. My environment was crude and rough and raw. I had no outlook, … Continue reading

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Introduction to “And Once Again Abu Dharr” by Ali Shariati

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  From that day when Muhammad (pbuh & hf) left Makkah after thirteen years of anguish and continuous struggle and went to Madinah, he knew that the period of weakness and concealment of Islam has terminated and that he must, … Continue reading

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Kim Jong Il: Socialism is a Science

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Treatise published in Rodong Sinmun, organ of the Central Committee of the Workers’ party of Korea (November 1, 1994) Socialism is a science. Socialism has been frustrated in a number of countries, but scientific socialism is as alive as ever … Continue reading

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Thomas Sankara: Burkina Faso’s Pure President

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By Bruno Jaffré Translated by Barry Smerin Burkina Faso’s president, Thomas Sankara, defined his aims shortly before he was assassinated in 1987: “Our revolution will be of value only if, looking back… and ahead, we are able to say that … Continue reading

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Immigration: The Reserve Army of Capital by Alain de Benoist

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In 1973, shortly before his death, the French President Georges Pompidou admitted to have opened the floodgates of immigration, at a request of a number of big businessmen, such as Francis Bouygues, who was eager to take advantage of docile … Continue reading

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New Resistance Reading Part 1: Learning From the Left

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As long as Capitalism has existed it has  been opposed. In our modern age that opposition has almost always come from the Left.   Rightists and reactionaries have  virtually  without fail acted as the enforcers of capital, as it’s guard dogs … Continue reading

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From Unipolarism to Multipolarism: Promise of Justice, Menace of War

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Welcome to Part 1 in a series of Global Revolutionary Alliance / International Eurasian Movement Interviews we’ll be featuring here in Open Revolt!  Presenting the revolutionary ideas of Daniele Scalea of the IsAG! Within the framework of an international conference … Continue reading

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Towards a Better Future – Kanafani and the Culture of Resistance

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On April 9, 2012, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine honors the birth of Ghassan Kanafani, the great Palestinian writer, novelist, artist, journalist and political leader. Ghassan Kanafani launched Al-Hadaf, the magazine of the PFLP and edited it … Continue reading

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The Diary of Bobby Sands

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Bobby Sands recorded his diary for the first seventeen days of his hunger strike in which he detailed his thoughts and feelings on the momentous task that lay ahead of him. In order to secure his status as Irish political … Continue reading

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FARC-EP: Jorge Briceño IS ALIVE!

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Biographical sketch of a heroic guerrilla fighter. A glorious death triumphs over time and extends  sublime existence forever —  SIMÓN BOLÍVAR 30 airplanes and 27 helicopters, 7 tons of tritonal explosives and the latest military technology of the US South … Continue reading

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