The Roots of the Refugee Crisis

Refugees are fleeing countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Eritrea, Yemen, Libya, Mali, and Sudan in order to escape from wars, brutal dictatorial regimes and chaos created by foreign military interventions. Memet Uludag of United Against Racism examines the EU response and the background to the crisis.

The Roots of the Refugee Crisis

Refugees are fleeing countries such as Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Eritrea, Yemen, Libya, Mali, and Sudan in order to escape from wars, brutal dictatorial regimes and chaos created by foreign military interventions. Memet Uludag of United Against Racism examines the EU response and the background to the crisis. Just three days after the announcement of the […]

Refugee Crisis – EU Crisis

First things first: the EU governments have officially lost the plot on the refugee crisis.

Refugee Crisis – EU Crisis

First things first: the EU governments have officially lost the plot on the refugee crisis. Yesterday, on September 14, the EU justice ministers met in Brussels. The outcome of the meeting was a failure. They failed to agree on anything including their own proposal for a relocation scheme (quota) for 160,000 refugees. They also couldn’t […]

A very inspirational and exciting international exhibition… Near you!

A very inspirational and exiting international exhibition... Near you!

A very inspirational and exciting international exhibition… Near you!

Back in 2013 an international exhibition had the following announcement on their website: […] is the world’s largest fully integrated […] and […] exhibition that brings together the entire industry to source the latest equipment and systems, develop international relationships, and generate new business opportunities. Based in ExCeL, London every two years, the event provides unrivalled access […]

The two separate Europes

There are two separate and irreconcilable Europes that can’t live together.

The two separate Europes

There are two separate and irreconcilable Europes that can’t live together. Their capital cities are not divided by rivers only… One has a bloody history, full of lies; the other is the history of confronting these… One has been making war, killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people, the other is saying “No to war!” […]

Mediterranean tragedy exposes EU racism

The terrible death by drowning of 900 refugees on the morning of Sunday 19 April was like a flash of lightning that suddenly lit up the sky and threw a bright light on the callous racism and imperialism of the European Union.

Mediterranean tragedy exposes EU racism

The terrible death by drowning of 900 refugees on the morning of Sunday 19 April was like a flash of lightning that suddenly lit up the sky and threw a bright light on the callous racism and imperialism of the European Union. First , the simple undeniable fact that these deaths, and the total for […]

SWP Statement on ongoing Mediterranean migrant deaths #MigrantLivesMatter

Over the last five days, we have seen the tragic deaths of hundreds of migrants in the Mediterranean. In the first incident on April 15, 400 migrants died after their boat capsized. This was followed by a second disaster on the 19th where 700 people have lost their lives, bringing the total number of deaths so far in 2015 to more than 1500. 2014 was a record year for migrant deaths but the first three months of 2015 saw more than ten times the number of deaths compared to the same period in 2014.

SWP Statement on ongoing Mediterranean migrant deaths #MigrantLivesMatter

Migrant Lives Matter! Racism Kills! “Even if there was a government decision to drown the migrant boats, there will still be people going by boat because the individual considers himself dead already,” – Abu Jana, Syrian migrant Over the last five days, we have seen the tragic deaths of hundreds of migrants in the Mediterranean. […]

Centenary of the Armenian Genocide

24 April 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey. This was one of the worst crimes against humanity in the 20th century – a century of terrible crimes.

Centenary of the Armenian Genocide

24 April 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey. This was one of the worst crimes against humanity in the 20th century – a century of terrible crimes. Between 1915 and 1922 1.5 million Armenian people, three quarters of the Armenian population were exterminated. The massacres were carried out during and […]

Charlie Hebdo in perspective

THE horrible murders at the Charlie Hebdo office and the kosher supermarket in Paris rightly met with immediate and general condemnation.

Charlie Hebdo in perspective

THE horrible murders at the Charlie Hebdo office and the kosher supermarket in Paris rightly met with immediate and general condemnation. But within hours it was clear that our rulers, the so-called ‘world leaders’, with the aid of the media, were bent on using the atrocity to promote their own agenda. That agenda was to […]