Imperialism in the Philippines. Lessons for South Africa

By Andre Vltchek There is a sense of change in those narrow and desperate alleys of the Baseco slum in the Philippines’ capital Manila. For the first time in many years a beautiful, noble lady visited; against all odds she decided to stay. Her name is Hope. Baseco is a tough, crime-ridden region built from …

Letter to President Zuma from BLF

Dear President Zuma We write this letter with a clear understanding that your presidency is under attack from white settler monopoly capital. This attack is led by the two most powerful families in South Africa – the Oppenheimers using Sipho Pityana as their bulldog and the Rupert family which is more honest in mobilising regime …

In honor of the Chinese Long March

By BO Staff Writer After the Long March, when the Chinese Red Army had arrived in Northern Shensi, the Political Bureau of the Central Committee met in December 1935  to interrogate the various problems regarding tactics against imperialism. Subsequent to this meeting Mao Zedong delivered a report containing an analysis of these problems at the …

Meet President Duterte, our new friend from the Philippines

By Andre Vltchek Rodrigo Duterte, the outspoken President of the Philippines has by now, most likely, joined the concealed, prestigious and permanent hit list of the Empire. The hit list is very long; it has already been long for several decades. One could easily lose count and get confused: how many personalities have been marked …

EFF Listens to its London Masters on Coalitions

By BO Staff Writer It is an undenied fact that the leadership of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) met with the representatives of British imperialism last year in October in London. The British queen was represented in that meeting by her trusted agent, Lord Robin Renwick. The EFF has kept the details of the meeting …