We must all fight the good fight against all forms of fascism. Jewish people the world over must resist the forces of neo-Nazism – as
Month: Nov 2018
Italian Fascism: Licio Gelli and the ‘Raggruppamento Gelli – P2’ Freemason’s Lodge (23.11.2018)
He collaborated with the Nazi Germans during WWII with the extent of his crimes not being clearly known. After the war (in 1946) he founded the neo-fascist ‘Italian Social Movement (MSI)’ under the noses of the occupying powers. He was a CIA Ooperative, a Vatican Banker and a double-agent against the Soviet Union. He was responsible for one of the biggest (Vatican) banking frauds in Italian history, and the arming of rightwing regimes in Argentina (he supplied the Exocet Missiles that sank British ships). He founded the notorious Freemasonry Lodge named ‘Raggruppamento Gelli – P2’ – (with ‘P2’ standing for ‘Propaganda 2’) – this is omitted from his Wikipage. Through this he attracted leading police and military personalities, as well as rich businessmen, influential politicians and important celebrities. As a far-rightwinger – Gelli had a plan to keep Italy rightwing – and should the population democratically ‘vote’ in a Communist Government – he would lead a rightwing coup and take power. Gelli was of the opinion that the Western (capitalist) democracies would not interfere with this illegal seizure of power – and suspect he was right.
The Dialectical illogicality of Neo-Maoism – the View from China
The US has been engaged in an overt attack upon Socialism and Communism for decades. Although this certainly intensified after WWII, the antagonism certainly existed
Mao Zedong Thought Defined Within Modern China
Translator’s Note: Deng Xiaoping also stated that he was a) a Marxist-Leninist, and b) a follower of Mao Zedong Thought. The CPC views Maoist Thought
The End of Genuine Anti-Fascism in the UK!
My family is Anglo-Chinese and we are all born in the UK. We are proud of our Revolutionary heritage in both the UK and China,
Book Review: Paul Robeson – Hero Before His Time (1989) – By Rebecca Larsen
Whilst researching Paul Robeson, I have accessed a number of interesting books to gain details that are often hidden or obscured. This (1989) book –