GUANGZHOU, China — For nearly seven years, Li Wei rose before dawn seven days a week for his 10-hour shift at the steel plant, returning home each night soaked in sweat, the clank of heavy machinery still ringing in his ears. But last month, the 31-year-old welder stood outside the plant with hundreds of co-workers, picketing against pay cuts and singing patriotic battle hymns.
Sanders: “We cannot allow fascism to come to power in a European country due to our unwillingness to reverse harmful austerity policies.” Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is not new […]
by RAF Staff Thousands of Irish people are demonstrating throughout Ireland against water charges. The fees for water were introduced in November, 2014 and have been the source of public […]
BELFAST, Ireland – The eyes of the world are once again being drawn to Belfast, Ireland as Gerry Adams, President of the Irish republican political party, Sinn Féin, has been […]
Carl Gershman, president of the Reagan-created National Endowment for Democracy, a US relic of the Cold War specializing in psychological warfare operations. On February 28, Rank-and-File Review reported on the […]