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”.
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.
US threats will not bow the DPRK!
US imperialism will not achieve its goal of making North Korea bow to its threats. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has faced aggression from US imperialism time and again, has steadfastly defended its independence and sovereignty and defiantly kept to its preferred model of socialism.
Build the movement against U.S. imperialist aggression
In our millions the ordinary people want to live in peace with each other, in safety and well-being, and fervently oppose wars of aggression. Understanding the main forces driving imperialist wars, and recognising allies of the people, is a powerful weapon in building a broad and united anti-war ...
Now that it’s “old news”, the articles about automated welfare debts (AWDs) have disappeared from the print and digital mass media. Not that the policy oppression is any less: it’s just that the relatively sympathetic stories of harsh and unjust impacts have run their course of shock value. ...
There have been warning yelps from some media outlets and former politicians like Paul Keating that Australia will get left behind unless Australian Governments adopt a more independent stance regarding ties with the USA.
Peoples' livelihoods are being crushed by capitalism's economic crisis
Capitalist production has placed enormous pressure on ordinary peoples' lives to the extent that we are again seeing the immiseration of the working class. Corporations are ceaselessly escalating their exploitation of workers who are pressed to do more in less time.
US Crimes in Afghanistan: Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)
Interview April 2017
15 years after the Western military intervention, little is heard about Afghanistan in the media in France. What is the general situation of the country? How is the foreign occupation manifested every day for Afghan men and women?
The Communist Party of Australia (Marxist-Leninist) unequivocally condemns the US imperialist bombing of Syria’s al-Shayrat airbase. The unleashing of 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles onto the airbase is Trump’s response to allegations that the Syrian government had gassed up to 80 of its own civilians at Idlib, currently held ...
Collective disaster efforts are a stark contrast to insurance vultures
The massive and heroic efforts, and small kindnesses, from paid and volunteer workers, neighbours, family and complete strangers during the huge natural disasters across Queensland and north-eastern New South Wales have been justifiably well documented in the media.
The impeachment and sacking of President Park Geun-hye in South Korea (ROK) has enabled national elections to take place in early May. The elections, however, are unlikely to resolve the political crisis within the country or the problem of their diplomatic relations with the United States...
Renewable Energy Needed For People And The Planet, Not For Profiteering
Recently the federal Turnbull Government has announced a proposal for a huge Snowy River hydroelectric scheme and funding of renewable energy schemes in South Australia. At the same time the desperate SA Labor Government has framed its solution to the electricity reliability of supply issue in terms ...
Solidarity with the heroic Maruti-Suzuki workers of Manesar, India!
A Japanese-Indian joint venture car manufacturer has utilised the full force of state violence to try to intimidate and coerce its Indian workforce. On March 18, 13 strike activists and trade union leaders from the Maruti-Suzuki car plant at Manesar were sentenced to life imprisonment, 4 were given five ...
Finding an affordable place to live, either renting or buying, is becoming increasingly difficult for many people. Household debt including cost of renting or buying is at record levels with small increases in interest rates the tipping point towards homelessness or selling up for many people in Australia. ...
Unions rally across the country to defend workers’ rights
Thousands of workers rallied around the country on Thursday March 9th. Originally called by the Construction Division of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) in opposition to the Turnbull government’s re-introduction of the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) and introduction of the new 2016 Building ...
Foreign mining corporations bare their teeth in the WA elections
Max O. Vanguard holds little or no confidence in whichever political party holds seats in Australia's parliaments. Marx commented 165 years ago that there is no hope of anything useful, let alone liberation or socialism, coming through parliament. He called the institution, parliamentary cretinism.