On Immigration, Detention And Individual Action

The detention of ‘illegal’ immigrants by Imperialist powers across the world is nothing more than a disgusting attempt to preserve the power of capital and the liberal institutions that protect that power by appealing to fear. They seek to divide us, because united we pose a threat to their power and control over our society.

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Ray O'ShannassyComment
What Provoked the Sudanese Uprising?

The 11th of April was a day of celebration for the people of Sudan. Continuous organized protests and strikes led by the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), effectively paralysed the whole nation, leading to the ousting of president Omar al-Bashir in a military coup d'état.

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Ray O'ShannassyComment
Up With Trees - Down With Capitalism

Rising global sea levels and changes in atmospheric and ocean circulation and regional weather patterns are influencing seasonal rainfall conditions.​ As capitalists line their pockets, all life on earth is being driven to extinction. 71% of global emissions are attributed to 100 corporations and with the situation drastically growing, it is clear that the solution does not lie in bourgeois electoral politics.

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Ray O'ShannassyComment
How the Labor Party Betrayed the Working Class

For decades the liberal-bourgeois Australian Labor Party (ALP) have portrayed themselves as a party fighting for workers' rights, but nothing could be further from the truth. With every small immediate gain the Labor Party have granted to the proletariat, they have also introduced measures and reforms which have effectively cut off the legs of Australia's trade unions.

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Swing to the Right: Autopsy of the 2019 Federal Election

The 2019 federal election was billed as the “un-loseable election” with Newspoll predicting the ALP would form government with 77 seats. Even Sportsbet was so confident in a Labor win that they paid out early to punters. Of course, events on election night showed just how wrong pundits were, with all major parties losing first preference votes to smaller parties.

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