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Solidarity with RTBU VIC! – No Part-Time!

On the 30th January, the Australian Rail Tram and Bus Industry Union (RTBU) organised a strike for all tram drivers employed by Yarra Trams between 10 am and 2 pm. At the same time, another rally was organised at 12 pm at Flinders St Station to get word out to the public about the ongoing industrial action against Yarra Trams. This rally was attended by members of the CPA Melbourne branch to express solidarity with members of the Tram and Bus Division of RTBU Victoria. more ...

Sinophobia Rears Its Ugly Head – Again!

With the advent of the Coronavirus, Sinophobia has returned, and I find myself asking – When will the racism end? Australia has a long history with racism towards Chinese people in particular. During the gold rush, the Buckland riots in Victoria, and the Lambing Flat riots in New South Wales, there were famous examples of Sinophobic actions that endangered the lives of many Chinese diggers. more ...

Final Declaration of the World Meeting

In January, the delegations of the Political Parties and Social Movements, gathered in the city of Caracas, capital of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, on the occasion of the World Meeting against Imperialism. After the deliberations had concluded, the following conclusions were reached. more ...

Unmitigated Disaster: Trump’s “Peace Plan”

Trump’s “peace plan” for Palestine, titled Peace to Prosperity – A Vision to Improve the Lives of the Palestinian and Israeli People, was finally revealed at a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the 28th January. This followed more than two years of drawn-out negotiations between the two sides. more ...

Book Review: Red Zone

Communist contributions to global survival are routinely ignored in Western media: they are belittled, sneered at, overlooked or simply go unreported. The incredible Soviet effort in WW2 to defeat Nazism is a notable example, but another, more recent yet just as revolutionary battle by Cubans in West Africa is a further case in point. more ...