The targeted assassination of Iran’s ‘indispensable’ Major General, Qasem Soleimani has been the most reckless imperialist act of war since the bombing of Syrian air bases. Imperialism’s failure to subdue Syria’s legitimate government led by President Bashar al-Assad has greatly hindered the ruling class’s drive to war against Russia and China. Such a drive to … Continue reading No to war in Iran! Defeat imperialism!
The correspondence below was written by a CPGB-ML member in response to an article that appeared on MediaLens.org titled ‘Structural inclinations – the leaning tower of propaganda: chemical weapons attacks in Ghouta, Syria’ on 9 October. We publish this not as an attack on Media Lens, whose work we value and respect, but as an … Continue reading Hands Off Syria, Victory to Assad: An exchange between the CPGB-ML and Media Lens.
From the January 2012 edition of Lalkar Maddened by its own crisis, imperialism is being driven ever deeper into war. The targets currently singled out for aggression, in particular by Washington, London and Tel Aviv, are the independent and anti-imperialist nations of Syria and Iran. SYRIA From “peaceful protesters” to “freedom fighters” Ever since Syria’s … Continue reading Syria and Iran resist imperialist aggression
CPGB-ML Blog, December 7, 2011 On Monday 5 December, Stop the War Coalition held a rally at Conway Hall headlined Don’t Attack Iran. Everyone in the hall (apart from the usual smattering of MI5 agents) was in agreement: none of us wanted to see Iran attacked. From the platform, a very frail looking Tony Benn … Continue reading More hand-wringing and breast-beating from Stop the War Coalition leaders
Those sinister Iranians are at it again. Reuters is today reporting: “ Iran has started moving nuclear material to an underground facility for the pursuit of sensitive atomic activities, a U.N. nuclear agency report showed, a development likely to add to Western suspicions Tehran is trying to build a weapon. "The International Atomic Energy Agency document also … Continue reading Imperialism and the Iranian 'nuclear threat'