What and Who is the Biggest, Ugliest Shithole in the World?

  In a meeting with congressional leaders over immigration “reform,” and other issues, Donald Trump burst out, “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” He was referring to African countries and Haiti and El Salvador. Instead, he suggested that the United States should instead bring more people from countries like (overwhelmingly […]

Dr. King Must Never Be Remembered

“There is, of course, the syndrome Lenin spoke about when he said that once opponents of the bourgeoisie are dead the rulers transform these class enemies into ciphers or agreeable sycophants of Imperialism (however “askew” they might have “seemed” in life) who are now ‘rehabilitated’ all the way into being represented as the very opposite […]

Amerikan Crime Case #99: May 13, 1985: The MOVE Massacre

American Crime is a regular feature of revcom.us. Each installment will focus on one of the 100 worst crimes committed by the U.S. rulers—out of countless bloody crimes they have carried out against people around the world, from the founding of the U.S. to the present day.   Above: Osage Avenue burns after Philadelphia police dropped […]

Upcoming Parole Actions for The Move 9: January 8th, 9th , and 10th

In 2008 The Move 9 all became eligible for parole, completing their minimum sentence of 30 years of a 30 to 100 year sentence. We are now in the year 2018, ten years after The Move 9 have reached their minimum and not one of the remaining imprisoned MOVE members have been paroled from prison. […]

The Plague of the Panther’s Teeth: Revisiting George Jackson’s Analysis of Fascism

BY SHAKA SANKOFA ZULU Right On! #2, Winter ’05-’06 The revolutionary nationalist must face the objective fact of re-examining everything we know today about the nature of fascism and its real role in modern day capitalist economics. Monopoly capitalism and it’s lieutenant sector, along with the bourgeois corporate media, have the people duped into thinking that […]

The Move 9: 2018 and 40 Years of Unjust Imprisonment

Ona Move As The dawn of a new year approaches many people reflect back at the past year and then reflect on the upcoming new year. People reflect on their goals, plans, some reflect on their new age etc. For the families and friends of the incarcerated we reflect on another year of being separated […]

Puerto Rico: 120 Years of Imperialist Exploitation and Oppression

In 1898, U.S. military forces invaded and occupied Puerto Rico as part of the Spanish-American War. The victory over Spain established the U.S. as the unquestioned major power in the Caribbean and much of South America (and its seizure of the Philippines positioned it as a power in the Pacific and Asia). The U.S., the […]

In 2017, Nearly 100 Times More Amerikans Were Killed by Police Than Terrorists

While 2017 was one of the safest years for police on record, police killings in the United States have become an epidemic with no signs of slowing down. In the United States, in 2017, according to the government data, eight events took place on American soil that were classified as acts of terrorism. The combined […]

Even before sanctuary cities, here’s how black Americans protected fugitive slaves

Slave shackles in a display case at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters   Over the past few days, the national climate has grown increasingly tense over the issue of “sanctuary” cities and states. Local communities, including some college and university campuses, have pledged to shieldundocumented children and adults from President […]

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