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Party Discussion Site Now Available
- 2016 Aug 29

The CPA (M-L) recently created a discussion site for the printing of articles that are relevant to the work of the Party, but not necessarily reflective of a considered Party viewpoint, and for the raising of questions of the Party by members and supporters.

This is a moderated website and not a site for endless and pointless posts.

The most recent article is by respected Australian Marxist historian Humphrey McQueen which responds to a view that talking of an impending crisis of capitalism is “crying wolf”.

The article can be found by following this link to the home page of the discussion site:  http://ozcom.ucoz.org/    

Members and supporters are asked to read the “How to use this website” post through a link on the top left hand side of the discussion site’s home page.

 

 

 

Latest Posts

Editorial  
 

Anniversary: 100 years since the end of the ‘war to end all wars’

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Nov 13
 
 
   

United States cold war position with Iran – 2018  
 

Contributed

The intention, by the Trump administration to reimpose sanctions on Iran, is the outcome of two inter-related factors: an attempt to strengthen a Cold War position in the Middle East and to bring developments in neighbouring Syria to a head.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Nov 13
 
 
   

Hundreds rally against nuclear dump proposal  
 

Nick G.

Hundreds of South Australians rallied outside Parliament House on Saturday November 2 to oppose nuclear waste dumps proposed for SA.
The rally was organised by the Aboriginal-led No Dump Alliance

 

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Nov 05
 
 
   

Broken Hill rally to save the Barka (Darling River)  
 

Nick G.

More than 400 people marched through Broken Hill to Sturt Park Reserve today in a rally to save the Barka (Darling River).
The rally brought together residents of Broken Hill and the surrounding region, including Barkindji nation traditional owners and pastoralists.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Nov 03
 
 
   

Crisis theory : The law of a tendency of the rate of profit to fall  
 

Humphrey Mc Queen

3CR Solidarity Breakfast presentation October 20th 2018

 

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Nov 02
 
 
   

Editorial: Shifting the Australian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem  
 

In what seems to have been an attempt to win over Jewish voters in the electorate of Wentworth in the recent by-election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison floated the idea that the Australian embassy in Israel could be shifted from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. According to Morrison, there are a number ...

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 31
 
 
   

Civilian surveillance and imperialist plans for war  
 
(Contributed)
There is little ambiguity on the part of US imperialism toward its Chinese rival; it has recently been clearly defined by a leading member of the Trump administration.
The diplomatic position is not only confined to the US: Australia has been drawn into the fray through regional military alliances ...
 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 29
 
 
   

Industry-wide collective bargaining – part of an independent working class agenda  
 

Ned K.

One of the just demands of the ACTU's Change the Rules campaign is to change industrial laws to enable workers to struggle together to win industry or sector wide collective agreements.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 29
 
 
   

Chinese state-owned John Holland backs ABCC in threatening Australian construction workers  
 

Nick G.

A Chinese-owned construction company has joined forces with the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) to threaten construction workers participating in national Change the Rules rallies with individual fines of $42,000.

The threat came in a secret email sent to its sub-contractors by the John Holland Group.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 26
 
 
   

Workers rallying around the country defy intimidation  
 

Danny O.

Workers around the country are rallying in their thousands with many bravely defying Australia’s draconian and restrictive industrial laws, as well as threats of fines and intimidation from bosses, the federal government, the ABCC and Fair Work.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 25
 
 
   

Marxism Today: Building a Marxist-Leninist Party requires perseverance and commitment  
 

Nick G.

We have recently posted CPA (M-L) founding chairman Ted Hill’s 1970 funeral oration for Jim Scott (go to the “About Us” drop down menu at the top of our website and then to “Our Comrades”).
Jim Scott had a unique significance among the departed comrades that we feature ...

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 22
 
 
   

IMF-WB Bali conference 2018  
 

Finn G.

A collective of peoples’ movements under the banner of ‘Peoples’ Global Conference Against IMF-World Bank’ (PGC) had their efforts to hold an anti-globalisation, anti-IMF and World Bank conference hampered recently in Bali.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 21
 
 
   

Papua New Guinea embroiled in US-China rivalry  
 
(Contributed)
 
Recent decisions by Canberra to strengthen the Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF) have potentially far-reaching implications for the peoples of the country.
It will have a divisive influence: the US-led military planning has run counter to recent political initiatives within PNG for closer diplomatic links with China. ...
 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 18
 
 
   

International students learn first hand the meaning of wage swindling  
 

Ned K.

International students in Australia pay big dollars to study at Australian secondary and tertiary institutions. The fees and subsidiary money that international students bring in to this country are substantial.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 15
 
 
   

The Backyard: An Australian neo-colonial position serving US imperialism  
 

Contributed

Australia has maintained a neo-colonial relationship with Papua New Guinea since independence in the mid-1970s; economic interests merged with defence and security considerations. In recent times, however, the foreign policy and diplomatic relationship has become strained.

 

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 07
 
 
   

TPP: Labor Party sell-out betrays workers and unions  
 

Celia S

Once again, the Labor Party is selling out Australian workers to imperialism by voting in secret to adopt the Trans Pacific Partnership. But then again, why would we think they wouldn’t? It’s of little surprise to anyone as the ALP leadership has consistently danced to the tune of ...

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 06
 
 
   

Lifting a rock only to drop it on one's own feet - big business attacks on CFMEU only deepen construction workers' desire to struggle  
 

Antonio G.
 
The latest political attack on the ACT branch of the CFMEU and its secretary, Jason O'Mara, is an important reminder that the Australian parliamentary system is nothing more than a covert dictatorship of the bourgeoisie.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Oct 02
 
 
   

Social-Imperialism: Link to Indian study of China  
 

The CPA(M-L) is preparing a study of the history and development of social-imperialism, especially in relation to China and the consequences for Australia. This will be published early next year.

 

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Sep 30
 
 
   

Workers take on another US multinational with mass strike at Alcoa  
 

Danny O.

Around 1,600 workers in Western Australia employed at multiple facilities owned by giant US aluminium manufacturer Alcoa yesterday voted to return to work after taking strike action lasting 52 days. The workers, members of the Australian Workers Union (AWU), took the initial decision to stop work on August ...

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Sep 29
 
 
   

Alcoa rocked by strike in Western Australia  
 

Contributed

Alcoa Corporation (Aluminium Company Of America) has recently moved to terminate the Enterprise Bargaining agreement of employees who are members of the A.W.U and currently undertaking strike action.

 

more...- Posted on 2018 Sep 28
 
 
   

 
 
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