The title was just to catch your attention a little. I’m not really a Communist in the popular macabre sense of the word…
I’ve always been interested in the US’ infamous racism. It’s a complex issue that has taken me a lot of time and some encounters to understand
What place is this? Where the hell am I now? That’s me opening my eyes in the morning, trying to recognize the roof and walls around me.
I’ve just landed in Cuba, amidst a serious fuel crisis. Havana is in chaos, buses are nowhere to be seen or jam packed, gas stations have lines coming out of them like never before, just like the never-ending lines of people you see waiting to catch a private collective taxi (which have doubled their rates unanimously overnight)…
Around this time of year, a group of collaborators make the most of British Petroleum’s annual report to try and understand and present the energy dilemma our region is experiencing, so that it is more accessible to the general population. Things are looking really bad, as we will try and show you.
The Left needs to urgently interpret Venezuela’s crisis properly, and it can’t be done without looking at the oil situation. I hope this article contributes towards this interpretation. There are many widespread myths surrounding oil and this country’s oil industry; I will slowly break them down for you with information, public data and trustworthy sources.
The vast majority of appeals to vote NO that we see on the internet are being injected with propagandist anti-communism. However, here’s why I believe that people who truly believe in this doctrine (if there are any pure Communists left), have more reasons to vote NO in the new constitutional referendum than the pro-capitalist team.
I would like to start off by saying that I’m not one of those people who believe that everything the Revolution has ever done, has been bad. On the contrary, I believe that the idea of a society without classes is brilliant, if it didn’t need to be imposed on its alleged beneficiaries using horrifying and violent means.
The annual BP Statistical Review of World Energy report has come to light, and this is a time when several friends and I take advantage to try and understand and communicate what is happening with the energy sector in our continent (excluding the US and Canada)*.
For two months now, Venezuela has been proving that Human Dignity, in the Western and modern understanding of the term, continues to hold its mobilizing potential in the degraded Caribbean region.