Smash The Fascist Music Scene!

By Rojizo ​The neo-fascist movement has surged back into the streets. They are armed, dangerous, and backed by the settler state’s law enforcement agencies, they are the para-military wing of Amerikan Colonialism. How did the fascists make the migration off the internet, back into public spaces to fundraise and plot? The answer is in part, the powerful connecting ties found in their cultural events, specifically neo-nazi … Continue reading Smash The Fascist Music Scene!

“Better Red Than Dead: Please For the Love of Mao, Organize!”

For The People- Saint Louis Launches New Podcast Collated by Rojizo Comrades of FTP-STL have launched a new youtube channel podcast, Better Red Than Dead, in the hopes of inspiring the audience to become Revolutionary Communist organizers, along with sharing their experiences and Communist analysis of issues of the day. In episode 1, embedded below, the hosts discuss organizing ideas and share their experiences/positions on … Continue reading “Better Red Than Dead: Please For the Love of Mao, Organize!”

It’s Time to Face The Wolf

By Okra Sanyika (This is a repost to amplify the audience for this article. This piece can be found on Com. Sanyika’s personal blog link: https://medium.com/@okrasanyika/its-time-to-face-the-wolf-91ff944b8dad) We live in unprecedented times. This sentiment has been echoed relentlessly in election after election, misleading a very legitimate sense of urgency in the masses of oppressed people and corralling it into political theater. But it’s true, we do … Continue reading It’s Time to Face The Wolf

OPIATES IN BALTIMORE AND BEYOND: HISTORICAL MATERIALIST EXAMINATION

By: Rojizo (Oxy in juxtaposition with heroin, symbolizing the pharma pipeline) Over 10 percent of Baltimore is addicted to heroin and has been since the 60s. With a population of just over 600,000 its equivalent to Boston or neighboring Washington DC. Many thousands of white collar and blue collar commuters travel on the I-95 every day to DC for work, but there’s another commute happening … Continue reading OPIATES IN BALTIMORE AND BEYOND: HISTORICAL MATERIALIST EXAMINATION