Tag: racialism

To understand racism in the U.S. and the role of the Democratic Party

7 February, 2021 · History

In the United States, racialism has become the leading ideological campaign directed against workers. But the Black Lives Matter movement has not had a remotely comparable impact in most other countries despite media pressure and the effort of the Democratic apparatus to export it to Europe and Asia. The question is, why is it so powerful in the United States?

Why does the bourgeoisie turn racialism into a state ideology in the US while in Europe it opts for feminism?

4 February, 2021 · Global situation

Pro-BLM protesters kneel to apologize for a supposed "privilege" that all white people in the world would enjoy regardless of their class.

After diving into the history of the USA and the historical role of the Democratic Party we can understand why racialism is becoming a state ideology in the USA… and why it is not taking hold in Europe while feminism is. And above all, what these movements mean historically for the ideology of the ruling class.

Bolivia and Indigenism, Questions from the Readers

17 November, 2020 · Critique of ideology

Evo Morales is proclaimed Apu Mallku (great leader) in a new ecumenical ceremony mixing Quechua and Aymara elements in the ancient capital of the Tihuanaco culture (not related to Quechua or Aymara)

We answer some questions about “indigenism” that were agreed upon by several readers after the publication of “To Understand Bolivia”.

Lumpenization, Police Violence and Racism in the US

13 September, 2020 · USA

Lumpenization and police brutality are not racial problems… they are products of capitalism that represent a daily threat to all workers. The uncomfortable truth: the police cannot be trusted to confront lumpenization, not even the state’s social programs.

Racialism, feminism and equality

25 July, 2020 · Critique of ideology

Why are racialism and feminism replacing movements for «equality of rights» There is a certain pattern in the way these movements expanded globally in the last four years. Feminism and Anglo-Saxon-style racialism share identical arguments and tools in their structure. However, while feminism has been adopted as a state ideology in several continental European countries, racialism is receiving, especially in France, a head-on response from the state itself and its left wing.