Isaac Watts Verse – Brexit Dilemma Prophesied

Isaac Watts (1674 – 1748) was a man of his time. He was a (pseudo-) Christian minister who wrote hymns, theorized on theology and fancied himself a logician. He has been credited with writing more than 750 hymns, many of which are still in use today. Rebel Voice wonders if either the hymns were atrociously […]

The Empire Files – Right-wing Lies Swamp Venezuela

The current attacks on the democratically elected government of Venezuela by the US Empire, and its puppets, stand in clear contravention of all internationally accepted standards of official conduct. Although this is not the first time that the Empire has tried to take back control of Venezuela and its massive oil reserves, it is the […]

Arlo Guthrie & Family Sing Deportees In Tribute To Mary Travers

The song, Deportees, is one of Woody Guthrie‘s most popular. It can be heard in musical sessions across the island of Ireland being made famous by Christy Moore here. It laments the way in which migrant workers, who cross the border from Mexico into the US, are used to harvest the crops before being deported, […]

Candidate of Palestine origin wins Salvador presidency —

A candidate of Palestinian origin, Nayib Bukele, won Sunday’s presidential election in El Salvador, clinching over 50 percent of the vote, according to the country’s official electoral board. 257 more words via Candidate of Palestine origin wins Salvador presidency —

Chant To Bolivar – Pablo Neruda Poem

Pablo Neruda was a Nobel Prize winning poet from Chile. He was strongly socialist, being eventually murdered on the orders of the Fascist General Pinochet. Today, he is regarded as the National Poet of Chile. He Lived from 1904 until 1973. Simón Bolívar is known as The Liberator. He fought to free much of the […]

Pablo Neruda – The United Fruit Co.

The following poem by the Nobel prize-winning Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda, is a critique of the capitalist United Fruit Company, which was a US owned corporation that caused irreparable harm to any Latin American country that it set up in. The company was responsible for the term ‘Banana Republic, used to describe those nations effectively […]

Chavismo – A Socialist Legacy To Stay Sacred

Hugo Chavez shook Latin America when he was elected President by his people in 1999. He served his nation until 2013 when cancer took him. His legacy is one of equality, opportunity and fair governance. Today, the enemies of Socialism that Chavez faced down, most notably the Federal system of the USA and its Venezuelan […]

China To Open World’s longest Sea-bridge

The People’s Republic of China really knows how to get things done. Constructing huge bridges, erecting tall buildings in record time, arresting dissenting Muslim citizens, they are experts at it all. In the following clip, we get to see the longest sea bridge on our planet. This marine highway connects the islands of Macau and […]

Zapatista Art In Major Display In Cuba

The Zapatistas are an indigenous organisation from the Chiapas region of southern Mexico. They are socialist in ideology and provide much needed support and protection for the people of that area. Over the years, the Zapatistas have developed their own unique culture based upon their Mayan heritage. They were obliged to wear balaclavas, ski-masks and […]

Summary From A Dark Place – Poem By Resident Poet, A.D.

Here is a hard-hitting piece of free verse from our resident Irish poet, A.D. This offering speaks of the manner in which Capitalism exploits and diminishes the lives of the citizenry. Summary from a Dark Place   The patchwork sky is undecided, hold or release Trees wait patiently and shuffle in anticipation Troubled minions flit […]