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South Africa at the Crossroads (IV): A New Workers’ Party

March 28, 2013 2:04 pm0 comments
South Africa at the Crossroads (IV): A New Workers’ Party

Widespread revulsion met the shootings of striking workers at the Lonmin mines in Marikana, South Africa last August. Police opened fire and killed 34 miners, wounding 178 more. It proved to be a turning point in the post-Apartheid era, it promised so much for ordinary working class people, after ridding themselves of oppressive minority rule […]

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A brief history of U.K. massacres

March 16, 2013 6:30 pm0 comments
A brief history of U.K. massacres

20 mass shooting every year has become the average according to statistics in the U.S. With the States becoming an open field for revenge and rage, and gun control outrageously loose, people have connected spree killings with America for a while now. But the United Kingdom has also had its fair share of […]

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