Monthly Archives: May 2014

THE REGION (AND THE EXAMPLE OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT)

The Region (and the example of the Isle of Wight)                             – by Mat Thomas (for the Workers’ Opposition). What is a region? A region, for the purposes of contemporary deinition, is not just a geographical district; it is primarily … Continue reading

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Capitalists force Bread prices up

Flour mills expected to import 2m tonnes – the biggest wheat import since 1980 – to make up for shortfall Flour mills have been forced to order the biggest wheat imports in more than 30 years. The Department for the … Continue reading

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Price of bread to rise by 25p a loaf because of global food shortages, report warns

  Retail consultancy Conlumino claims food prices will soar by 17.8% by 2018 Growing global demand for meat and grain will be behind the price hike  Increase will put up price of a loaf of bread by 25p and a … Continue reading

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John Pilger: In Ukraine the US is dragging us towards war with Russia

John Pilger 14 May 2014. The US is threatening to take the world to war. With eastern Europe and the Balkans now military outposts of Nato, the last ‘buffer state’ bordering Russia – Ukraine – is being torn apart.     … Continue reading

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Kim Jong Il: On the Juche Idea

Treaties sent to the National Seminar on the Juche Idea held to mark the 70th birthday of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung Mar. 31, 1982 Preface 1 THE ORIGIN OF THE JUCHE IDEA 2 THE PHILOSOPHICAL PRINCIPLE OF THE JUCHE IDEA … Continue reading

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Humanity

                                                         – by Mat Thomas   Humans, To be Human, Humaneness & Dehumanisation … Continue reading

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Western Reset of Fascist Aggression Towards Russia

Finian CUNNINGHAM  People in the West may perhaps find this year’s commemorations marking the end of World War II a little disorientating, especially in light of the current Ukraine crisis.  A Western-backed fascist regime in Kiev is unleashing deadly violence … Continue reading

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