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Welcome to our collection of articles dedicated to green politics. As our world grapples with pressing environmental and societal challenges, the green political movement emerges as a beacon of change.

These articles explore core areas of green politics such as: degrowth, demilitarization, union and worker rights, and anti-capitalism.

Discover the nuances of degrowth as we examine strategies to reshape economies, moving away from military and capitalist growth models toward a more balanced, regenerative approach. Explore the imperative of demilitarization, unraveling the environmental and social impacts of excessive military expenditures, and delving into proposals for redirecting resources towards constructive, peace-building endeavors. Anti-capitalism is a key theme, challenging the prevailing economic systems that prioritizes profit over people and the environment. Union and worker rights in politics is another key area. Our articles dissect the green political stance on restructuring economies to prioritize social justice, environmental sustainability, and community well-being.

This thought-provoking content analyzes the intersectionality of these principles, offering insights into how green politics seeks to create a world where ecological responsibility, demilitarization, and anti-capitalist values converge for the betterment of society and the planet.

We hope you enjoy these explorations of the progressive ideals of green politics, providing you with valuable perspectives, informed analyses, and potential solutions to the challenges we face. Stay engaged, informed, and inspired, and let’s pave the way toward a future guided by the principles of degrowth, demilitarization, and anti-capitalism.

The Modern Day Militarized Fort!

Shaka Shakur

The wave of cop cities being constructed across the nation must be analyzed through the lens of settler colonialism and the state’s effort to maintain its dominance by expanding the police state. This week represents the first anniversary of the State’s attack and arrest of Amin Chaoui and others who were challenging its attempt to build another […]

The Left, the Far Right, and Climate Chaos

Joao Camargo and Leonor Canadas

There is a new specter haunting Europe. That specter is the far-right. But it is only a specter, an apparition, no matter how many likes, shares and even votes it gets. Behind that specter there rises a very meaty and material monster — the climate crisis — that will destroy capitalism no matter how many small Hitlers and Mussolinis it pushes as influencers, electoral candidates or even as coup d’etat dictators. The question that should now be put in every meeting of every left-wing and progressive leadership is if they will let themselves be destroyed together with capitalism. The lack of a revolutionary program and of a revolutionary praxis, no matter how green it is, is one of the reasons why the far-right is rising. There is no political polarization, just a complete shift to the right, with the left pulled into the black hole of the center and actually presenting plans that aim at saving capitalism, when they should be pushing all the wrecking balls to take it down before it takes all of us down with it.

‘Lavender’: The AI machine directing Israel’s bombing spree in Gaza

Yuval Abraham

In 2021, a book titled “The Human-Machine Team: How to Create Synergy Between Human and Artificial Intelligence That Will Revolutionize Our World” was released in English under the pen name “Brigadier General Y.S.” In it, the author — a man who we confirmed to be the current commander of the elite Israeli intelligence unit 8200 — makes the case for designing a special machine that could rapidly process massive amounts of data to generate thousands of potential “targets” for military strikes in the heat of a war. Such technology, he writes, would resolve what he described as a “human bottleneck for both locating the new targets and decision-making to approve the targets.” Such a machine, it turns out, actually exists. The Israeli army has marked tens of thousands of Gazans as suspects for assassination, using an AI targeting system with little human oversight and a permissive policy for casualties, +972 and Local Call reveal.

Mainstream Climate Science: The New Denialism?

Jonathon Porritt

Latest data on climate crisis, as of March 7, 2024

Peru’s Oligarchy Overthrows President Castillo

Manolo De Los Santos

June 6, 2021, was a day which shocked many in Peru’s oligarchy. Pedro Castillo Terrones, a rural schoolteacher who had never before been elected to office, won the second round of the presidential election with just over 50.13% of the vote.  From that day on, still in disbelief, the Peruvian oligarchy declared war on Castillo. […]

An African View On Ukraine

Jacqueline Luqman

When the African people were fighting for their independence for their liberation, those who are condemning Russia today, we are not with them [then]. But they never took our side. They took the side of the colonialists. They took the side of the side of apartheid, they took their side of racist superiority against the […]

For Black Working Class Midterms Mean Nothing

Ajamu Baraka

And while the duopoly represents the primary political contradiction obscuring the reality of the dictatorship of capital, the most aggressive neoliberal actors now operate in and through the democratic party. Consequently, the unspoken character of the competition between the two parties is that elections have now shaped up since 2016 as a contest between the […]

Media Hide Fascist Ideology Of Ukrainian Militia Who Visit Congress

Moon of Alabama

Western’ media continue to denazify Ukraine by pretending that the Nazi formations in that country, which they had long decried, are now a harmless collection of celebrities. ‘Among the 215 Ukrainian prisoners of war released in the exchange were 108 members of the Azov Battalion.’ … It was easy to find some 40 stories in […]

Donbass Residents Explain Why They Voted To Join Russia

Vladislav Ugolny

The hope for reunification was based on the fact that Russia is a stable state governed by the rule of law, with fully-fledged institutions and an established civil society. Living their lives on the frontline of a geopolitical confrontation, Russians in Donbass dreamed that one day war would disappear. They hoped that Donbass would become […]