Category Archives: Announcements

Film Screening: The Coming War on China

The Coming War on China

Socialist Action Presents: Rebel Film Series

When: Friday, March 3, 7 p.m.
Where: OISE, 252 Bloor Street West, Room 5-280 (map)
1 hour 53 minutes

John Pilger’s film on the United States and China–both nuclear-armed and on the road to war.

Yasin Kaya, a leading member of Socialist Action and a political economist, will lead off the discussion.

Everyone welcome. $4 donation requested.

Rebel Films Schedule

Film Trailer:

Fourth International Opposition Platform Announced

Let’s seize the opportunities, and build an international for revolution and communism

1.The current state of the Fourth International

A. The “broad parties” policy: balance sheet of a catastrophe

The FI leadership replaced the strategic goal of building revolutionary parties with the building of “broad parties”. A century after the Russian Revolution, some ask: Is the principle “no revolution without a revolutionary party” outdated? We do not believe it is. Over the last few congresses, the FI leadership has been explicitly aiming at building “broad” parties, without clear programmatic and strategic boundaries. What are the results of this policy?

In recent times, we’ve seen major failures. In the Spanish state, Anticapitalistas is preparing to form a joint majority with Pablo Iglesias, thus adapting to a bureaucratic leadership that explicitly seeks to govern in the framework of capitalist institutions. By trying to gain electoral or mainstream media influence, we are led to sacrifice our goal — the overthrow of the capitalist system. Continue reading Fourth International Opposition Platform Announced

Video: Jeremy Corbyn and the New Politics of the British Labour Party. 

Guest speaker, Michael Chessum from London, England opened the NDP Socialist Caucus / NDP Momentum Conference on 10 December 2016.

Michael’s presentation was on Jeremy Corbyn and the New Politics of the British Labour Party.

Michael is a member of the Momentum Steering Committee and has been a socialist activist in and around the Labour Party for a number of years. He was previously an organiser in the student and anti-austerity movements of 2010 and thereafter. He currently works as the national organiser for Another Europe is Possible, which was the radical Remain campaign in the EU referendum, and writes for the New Statesman, Guardian and other publications.

Michael’s presentation:

The Q&A session: