A non-partisan journal of the left.

Why Do We Think We Own The Earth?

by Lesley Docksey

Sat 8th Jun 2019
Is it too late to ditch our rigid world view, our superiority, our belief in our ‘right’ to own and control our world? ... [read more]

The Goldilocks Zone

by outRageous!

Sat 8th Jun 2019
Let’s face it, this very world is at stake and we’re a long way off getting another.... [read more]

The Treacherous Quadrangle Impasse of Iran-Israel-Saudi-US Diplomacy (Part I)

by Freeman Ure

Sun 2nd Jun 2019
Both nations of Iran and Israel share a common historical heritage... [read more]
 

The Bankers’ “Power Revolution”: How the Government Got Shackled by Debt

by Ellen Brown

Sun 2nd Jun 2019
The U.S. federal debt has more than doubled since the 2008 financial crisis, shooting up from $9.4 trillion in mid-2008 to over $22 trillion in April 2019... [read more]

Short Essay on Latin America and Revolution

by G.LL. Williams

Sun 2nd Jun 2019
Latin America, like most parts of the world, has a revolutionary history, a revolutionary politics, and a revolutionary tradition... [read more]

Robert Stuart vs the BBC

by Susan Dirgham and Rick Sterling

Sun 2nd Jun 2019
One Man's Quest to Expose a Fake BBC Video about Syria ... [read more]
 

On Passing My Seventieth Year

by Faysal Mikdadi

Mon 27th May 2019
A poem by Faysal Mikdadi... [read more]

Why the unilateral American sable rattling against Iran, again? You discern it and then be the judge!

by Freeman Ure

Mon 27th May 2019
Déjà vu all over again, the new American waves of sable rattling against Iran... [read more]

House of Commons

by Simon Cockle

Mon 27th May 2019
A poem by Simon Cockle... [read more]
 

Capitalism Made You A Whore

by outRageous!

Mon 20th May 2019
This somewhat ranty piece won't win me any friends among the so-called sisterhood... [read more]

How Russiagate replaced Analysis of the 2016 Election

by Rick Sterling

Mon 20th May 2019
Blaming an outside power is a good way to prevent self analysis and positive change. It's gone on far too long.... [read more]

Nazifying the Arabs: the war of Holocaust narratives

by Dr Les Levidow

Sat 11th May 2019
This war of narratives was discussed at a 24 April SOAS event, co-sponsored by its Palestine Society and the Jewish Network for Palestine (JNP). Rather than give a lecture, the author Gilbert Achcar, Professor of International Relations at SOAS was interviewed by Professor Haim Bresheeth... [read more]
 

Referendums of History

by G.LL. Williams

Sat 11th May 2019
Referendums are part of history.... [read more]

WHO SPEAKS FOR THE WOMEN OF THE WAR?

by Geoffrey Heptonstall

Sat 11th May 2019
War tends to be men’s way of settling the quarrels between tribes and territories. Homer depicts the heroic, savage or mad acts of men in the Trojan War. The women come later with Odysseus’s wanderings... [read more]

What Do You Wish for?

by Faysal Mikdadi

Sat 11th May 2019
A poem by Dr Faysal Mikdadi... [read more]
 

We are all Christians now?

by Andrew Balcerzak

Tue 7th May 2019
If Islamophobia and Antisemitism are rightly condemned by politicians and the mainstream media, shouldn’t Christians be given the same recognition as victims of violence and terrorism? ... [read more]

Climate Destruction - bearing witness with Dahr Jamail

by Lesley Docksey

Sun 5th May 2019
“The question is not are we going to fail. The question is how?” Stephen Jenkinson, author and storyteller.... [read more]

Referendums of Politics - Part II

by G.LL. Williams

Sun 5th May 2019
For the British Left the response to Brexit offers both opportunity and disaster ... [read more]
 

Referendums of Politics - Part I

by G.LL. Williams

Wed 1st May 2019
Great Britain, since 2016, has gone through a difficult period. This difficult period has been caused by the politics of Crisis, the politics of Brexit, and the politics of the Referendum of 2016... [read more]

The Public Banking Revolution Is Upon Us

by Ellen Brown

Wed 1st May 2019
As public banking gains momentum across the country, policymakers in California and Washington state are vying to form the nation’s second state-owned bank, following in the footsteps of the highly successful Bank of North Dakota, founded in 1919.... [read more]

No Vacancy

by outRageous!

Sun 21st Apr 2019
Kids today, eh?! They'd prefer to skip school and laugh and sing on bridges in cities across the globe... [read more]