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  • Classes and Parties in Their Attitude to Religion and the Church 3 February 2010Published: Sotsial-Demokrat, No. 6, June (4) 17, 1909. Taken from Marxists Internet Archive. The debates in the Duma on the Synod estimates, then on the restoration of rights to persons who have left holy orders and, finally, on the Old-Believer communities, have provided very instructive material characterising the attitude of the Russian political parties towards religion ...
  • Socialism and Religion 3 February 2010Published: Novaya Zhizn, No. 28, December 3, 1905. Taken from Marxists Internet Archive Present-day society is wholly based on the exploitation of the vast masses of the working class by a tiny minority of the population, the class of the landowners and that of the capitalists. It is a slave society, since the “free” workers, who ...
  • The Attitude of the Workers’ Party to Religion 3 February 2010Published: Proletary, No. 45, May 13 (26), 1909. Taken from Marxists Internet Archive. Deputy Surkov’s speech in the Duma during the debate on the Synod estimates, and the discussion that arose within our Duma group when it considered the draft of this speech (both printed in this issue) have raised a question which is of extreme importance ...
  • Too Many Of Whom And Too Much Of What? 10 January 2010What the new population hysteria tells us about the global economic and environmental crisis, and its causes. A No One Is Illegal discussion paper There is a conventional view in Britain that racism has been driven onto the defensive or even banished completely from most areas of daily life. The political Right, indeed, constantly portrays itself as ...
  • Notes on May Day 1 May 2009The brilliant basic idea of May Day is the autonomous, immediate stepping forward of the proletarian masses, the political mass action of the millions of workers who otherwise are atomized by the barriers of the state in the day-to-day parliamentary affairs, who mostly can give expression to their own will only through the ballot, through ...
  • Manifesto Against Labour 7 April 2009Gruppe Krisis 1. The rule of dead labour A corpse rules society – the corpse of labour. All powers around the globe formed an alliance to defend its rule: the Pope and the World Bank, Tony Blair and Jörg Haider, trade unions and entrepreneurs, German ecologists and French socialists. They don’t know but one slogan: jobs, jobs, ...
  • Crash Course 7 April 2009From krisis, a critical theorist perspective on the current crisis in capitalism Why the collapsing of the financial bubble is not the fault of “greedy bankers” and why there can be no going back to a social welfare capitalism A new version of the “stab in the back” legend of the 1920s and “30s is making the ...
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