Intercommunalism (1974)

by Huey P. Newton  June 11, 2018 PDF On September 5, 1970, Huey P. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party (BPP), introduced his theory of intercommunalism at the Revolutionary People’s Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.1 He later expanded on this theory before an audience at Boston College in November of that year, and then again In […]

The Cancer of Racism—and the Radical Surgery Required to Cut It Out

“Racism is America’s defining sickness …” —journalist Lindy West, New York Times OpEd, June 1 There was a lot attention last week on Roseanne Barr’s racist tweets, comparing a prominent Black woman to an ape. Roseanne had plenty of company in expressing her hateful racism. Some incidents that happened or came to light in the last week alone of […]

Rereading George Jackson

By Bob Avakian, Chairman of the RCP, USA This article is excerpted from a new work by Bob Avakian called “Getting Over the Two Great Humps: Further Thoughts on Conquering the World.” This work deals with strategic problems of the world revolution–getting over the hump of seizing power in different countries and getting over the […]

A State of Neoliberalism

The fundamental difference between socialism and capitalism is not simply a question of private vs. state ownership of the means of production but of the nature of the state itself. This is because the state is an instrument of class dictatorship. In this epoch, the state will be either a dictatorship of the bourgeoisie or […]

conor gillies’z “socialismo o muerte” revisited

CG: Speaking of student-led revolts, check out the great C.Wright Mills’ beautiful, raw images of Fidel Castro in the year following the Cuban Revolution published in Vanity Fair  by our good friend John Summers. Castro’s death might spark the end of an era, but it also gives us pause to celebrate a lot from one of […]

Hugo Pinell, aka Dahariki Kambon: Decadez of assassination attemptz against the man most feared by CDCr

by Haazim W. Muntaqim (Jeffrey Milo Burks) I want to extend many thanks and appreciation to the San Francisco Bay View for providing us with great memories and genuine farewells from the family, brothers, sisters and friends of Brother Dahariki Kambon. He was and continues to be an inspiration to all who knew him, especially […]

Survival and Stamina in Our Struggle

by MIM(Prisons               permalink Our struggle against imperialism and toward communism is a long, protracted struggle. It is carried out over decades and even centuries, with long-term (strategic) planning and lifetime commitment. Many who fight for communism give up their lives, not just through martyrdom but also through a lifetime of […]

Introspection of Capitalism (by Kelvin “Khaysi” Canada, NABPP-PC)

by Kelvin Khaysi Canada The parasitic and predatory system of capitalism has been debated and argued over by plutocrats and other elitist bourgeois advocates of exploitation since modern capitalism was birthed into existence from the demise of the mercantilist system in the 18th century: claiming that capitalism is a democratic system that provides liberty and economic […]


The media’s timid treatment of the Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter. by  John Perazzo After spending the past 43 years in solitary confinement in the Louisiana State Penitentiary, 69-year-old Albert Woodfox, a former Black Panther, was recently set free as part of a plea deal with state prosecutors. Exhibiting not a shred of remorse […]

NATIONALISM IZ AN ANACHRONISM: Long live revolutionary intercommunalism! (Tom Watts)

Huey P. Newton pointed out in his historic speech at Boston College in 1970, when he introduced his “Theory of Revolutionary Intercommunalism”: “Marx and Lenin felt, with the information they had, that when the non-state finally came to be a reality, it would be caused or ushered in by the people and by communism. A […]