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Universities Have Become Political Monocultures Where Right-Wing Academics Keep Their Forbidden Thou... Thu Feb 09, 2023 12:06 | James Allan
Western universities have become political monocultures where anyone with Right-of-centre views has learned to go through the progressive motions and keep their forbidden thoughts to themselves, says Prof. James Allan.
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Dramatic Recovery of Coral Calls into Question Integrity of Science and Media, Says Top Scientist Thu Feb 09, 2023 09:00 | Chris Morrison
The dramatic recovery of coral at the Great Barrier Reef calls into question the integrity of science and the media, which have repeatedly prophesied disaster, a top scientist has said.
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Does China?s ?Cover-Up? of the Lab Leak Betray its Guilt? Thu Feb 09, 2023 07:00 | Will Jones
The most common argument that China is responsible for the coronavirus is that it has covered up the origins and refused to cooperate in investigations. How much truth is there in these allegations?
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News Round-Up Thu Feb 09, 2023 01:58 | Will Jones
A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ?climate emergency? and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
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?One in Five Girls Identifies as Trans?: The Truth About What?s Going on in England?s Schools Wed Feb 08, 2023 23:15 | Will Jones
A 14 year-old girl who attends a secondary school in England ? where she says one in five girls in her year identifies as trans or non-binary ? writes anonymously to expose the truth about what's going on.
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19 million books removed so far from Ukrainian libraries Thu Feb 09, 2023 02:44 | en
Seymour Hersh: Nord Stream was destroyed by U.S. and Norway Wed Feb 08, 2023 17:41 | en
The Hunter Biden / Ihor Kolomoïsky affair, by Thierry Meyssan Wed Feb 08, 2023 05:24 | en
Use of chemical weapons by a Ukrainian unit Tue Feb 07, 2023 12:14 | en
?360° Cooperation with Libya.? But Which Libya?, by Manlio Dinucci Tue Feb 07, 2023 07:29 | en
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Weekly Worker issue 950 - February 21 2013
Thursday February 21, 2013 14:20 by John Cornford - CPGB
Weekly Worker issue 950 - February 21 2013
Left organisation: Not another sinister sect
The way the left organises is a nonsense, argues Nick Wrack. This is an edited version of his speech at the February 9 ‘Socialist Organisation and Democracy’ event in Manchester
The nature of this onslaught against ordinary working class people, in this country and beyond, is forcing families, individuals, groups of friends - whether it is in the pub, the kitchen or around the TV when the news is on - to consider what they can do about the avalanche of attacks that is eroding everything they had come to expect in their life.
Two parties; Crude; Sticky labels; Dummy; Truth monopoly; Careless;
Iran: Towards barbarism
Corruption and war are taking their toll on the Iranian regime, Yassamine Mather reports
SWP crisis: Lynch mobs and lèse-majesté
The Socialist Workers Party leadership is fighting a dirty war. Unfortunately, writes Paul Demarty, nobody seems to have told the opposition
Socialist Party: Taaffe’s significant silence
The Socialist Party in England and Wales appears to have decided to effectively ignore the SWP crisis. But why? Ben Lewis investigates
Programme and Party: Broad bad, mass good
Opportunists require mushy politics and meaningless phrases when they set out to deceive. Jack Conrad argues in favour of a mass working class party and the kind of principles and politics outlined in the Communist manifesto, the Erfurt programme and the programme of the Parti Ouvrier
Comintern review: Not a school of strategy
Mike Macnair reviews: John Riddell (ed), 'Toward the united front: proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the Communist International 1922'. Brill, 2012, pp1310, €200 (paperback also available from Haymarket Books, £39.99)
Tarantino and Spieberg reviews: Abolition and emancipation
Mike Belbin reviews: Steven Spielberg (director) Lincoln, Quentin Tarantino (director) Django unchained
Appeal from the editor
Peter Manson asks our readers for their support
Vatican elections: Keeping up with modern world
Whoever gets the top job in the Vatican, Eddie Ford strongly suspects that he will not be in any way progressive
Fighting fund: Deliberate?
Robbie Rix wonders if cpgb.org.uk is being attacked, and updates our readers on the fighting fund
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