22 June 2018

US court documents reveal
Immigrant children tied down, hooded, beaten, stripped and drugged

By Patrick Martin, 22 June 2018

US immigrant detention centers are applying the techniques of Guantanamo Bay and CIA torture prisons on teenagers, and even younger children.

The working class and the global war on immigrants

Trump executive order: Indefinite detention of immigrant families, 2,300 children to remain separated from parents

ICE agents raid Ohio meatpacking plants, arrest 146 immigrants

Microsoft workers demand end to contracts with US border agencies

More on North American immigration issues »

Right-wing smears against refugee aid workers in the Mediterranean

By Marianne Arens, 22 June 2018

The closure of Italian ports to civilian rescue ships goes hand in hand with the lies and slanders made against NGO rescue ships.

Rent by crisis, German government adopts far-right refugee policy

Hundreds rally in Pittsburgh to demand justice for unarmed teen killed by police

By Samuel Davidson, 22 June 2018

Antwon Rose, a 17-year-old Woodland Hills High School honor student, was shot three times in the back Tuesday as he ran from a traffic stop.

East Pittsburgh police fatally shoot unarmed 17-year-old

More on police violence in the US »

Trump administration plans sweeping government restructure to cut social programs

By Matthew Taylor, 22 June 2018

The proposed reorganization of federal agencies and cabinet departments includes the merger of the labor and education departments.

Podemos: Midwife of Spain’s new PSOE government

By Alejandro López, 22 June 2018

Podemos is an indispensable prop of Spain’s new PSOE government, which is pledged to impose EU austerity on workers and hike military spending.

UK Conservative government proposes tax increases on workers to fund National Health Service

By Ajanta Silva, 22 June 2018

Millions of workers will face large tax increases to pay for any increased funding for the NHS.

Argentine unions and pseudo-left scrambling to prevent social explosion

By Andrea Lobo, 22 June 2018

While the Macri administration deploys its armed forces to repress an upcoming upsurge in workers’ struggles, the trade unions, Peronism, and the Left and Workers Front have formed new coalitions to betray the working class.

Peruvian teachers strike in defiance of government ban

By Cesar Uco, 22 June 2018

The teachers’ strike has been joined by walkouts of railroad, public transit and other workers as economic conditions continue to deteriorate in Peru.

Australian Senate votes for huge tax cuts for wealthy

By Mike Head, 22 June 2018

The tax plans are designed to boost corporate profits and investors’ incomes under conditions of global turmoil and trade war.

New Zealand nurses reject third sellout deal, prepare to strike

By Tom Peters, 22 June 2018

The nurses’ union is desperately seeking to avoid two 24-hour strikes scheduled for next month.

New in Russian

Российские власти уничтожают документы о сталинском терроре

Клара Вайс, 22 июня 2018 г.

Архивные материалы о людях, которые стали узниками системы принудительных трудовых лагерей Советского Союза и впоследствии были освобождены, систематически уничтожаются на основании секретного приказа, принятого в феврале 2014 года.

New in French

A la conférence de Meseberg, Merkel et Macron appellent à l’extension du militarisme

Alex Lantier, 21 juin 2018

Merkel et Macron ont signé un accord pour une extension draconienne du militarisme dans l’UE et pour des attaques contre les immigrés en conjonction avec les gouvernements d’extrême droite en Italie et en Autriche.

Londres: Julie Hyland, dirigeante du Parti de l'égalité socialiste, s'adresse à la vigile pour la libération de Julian Assange

Nos correspondants, 21 juin 2018

Environ 200 personnes, des travailleurs, des jeunes et des retraités, ont assisté à une vigile devant l'ambassade équatorienne de Londres mardi soir pour réclamer la liberté de l'éditeur de WikiLeaks, Julian Assange.

New in Turkish

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri: Toplama kampları ülkesi

Eric London, 21 Haziran 2018

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri hükümeti, binlerce göçmen çocuğunu ailelerinden ayıran ve onları çöldeki çadır kentlerde bulunan kafeslere kilitleyen bir politika uygulamaya başladı.

Washington’ın göç Gestapo’sunu dağıtın! Göçmenlere yönelik zulme son!

Eric London, 21 Haziran 2018

Göçmenlere yönelik bu saldırı, ABD tarihinin en karanlık bölümlerinden birine işaret etmektedir.

24 Haziran seçimlerinin öngününde: Erdoğan yeni entrikalara ve büyük bir baskıya hazırlanıyor

Halil Çelik, 21 Haziran 2018

AKP hükümeti, hem içeride hem dışarıda Kürt milliyetçilerine yönelik hükümet baskısını yoğunlaştırırken, muhaliflerine karşı yeni entrikalar hazırlıyor.

Kriz eliyle bölünen Alman hükümeti aşırı sağcı sığınmacı politikasını benimsiyor

Johannes Stern, 21 Haziran 2018

İki birlik partisinin genel başkanlarının açıklamaları, CDU ile CSU arasında sığınmacı politikası konusunda temel bir farklılık bulunmadığını; bir bütün olarak büyük koalisyonun aşırı sağcı AfD’nin politikalarını benimsiyor olduğunu açıkça ortaya koydu.

SEP önderi Julie Hyland Londra’daki Julian Assange’a özgürlük nöbetinde konuştu

Muhabirlerimizden, 21 Haziran 2018

Salı akşamı, aralarında işçilerin, gençlerin ve emeklilerin olduğu 200 dolayında insan, WikiLeaks’in editörü Julian Assange’ın özgürlüğünü talep etmek için Londra’daki Ekvador büyükelçiliğinin dışında düzenlenen nöbet eylemine katıldı.

“Bize yönelik saldırılar olağanüstü açıklayıcı”
WikiLeaks’in kurucusu Julian Assange WSWS’ye konuştu

Richard Phillips, 21 Haziran 2018

WikiLeaks’in kurucusu Julian Assange’la yapılan bu röportaj, ilk olarak 16 Mart 2012 tarihinde yayınlandı.

Partido Obrero, neo-faşistlerle bağları olan Rus Stalinist ile ittifak konusundaki soruları örtbas ediyor

Bill Van Auken, 21 Haziran 2018

Partido Obrero’ya sosyalizm uğruna mücadele arzusuyla katılmış olan parti üyelerinin, bazı soruları sormaya başlamalarında yarar var.

New in German

Italienischer Innenminister Salvini plant rassistische Roma-Kartei

Marianne Arens, 22. Juni 2018

Innenminister Matteo Salvini (Lega) will die Sinti und Roma in Italien registrieren lassen. Dieses Projekt einer Roma-Kartei ist verfassungswidrig und knüpft an Maßnahmen des Mussolini-Faschismus an.

Rechtsextremer Offizier Franco A.: Keine Anklage wegen Terrorplänen

Sven Heymanns, 22. Juni 2018

Mit Beschluss vom 7. Juni hat das Oberlandesgericht (OLG) Frankfurt am Main bekannt gegeben, dass der rechtsextreme Bundeswehroffizier Franco A. nicht wegen der Vorbereitung einer schweren staatsgefährdenden Straftat angeklagt wird.

Stoppt den weltweiten Terror gegen Einwanderer und Flüchtlinge!
Die Arbeiterklasse muss aktiv werden

Bill Van Auken, 22. Juni 2018

Das brutale Vorgehen der Trump-Regierung, die an der Grenze Einwandererfamilien auseinanderreißt, ist Teil des weltweiten Terrors gegen Flüchtlinge und Immigranten.

Ohio: 146 Einwanderer bei ICE-Razzien in Fleischverarbeitungsbetrieben verhaftet

Jerry White, 22. Juni 2018

Die Razzia bei dem Fleischverarbeitungsbetrieb Fresh Mark, die zweite Großrazzia in Ohio in diesem Monat, soll Angst und Schrecken verbreiten, so dass die Arbeitgeber Immigranten und einheimische Arbeiter ungestraft ausbeuten können.

New in Spanish

Los Estados Unidos de América: la tierra de los campos de internamiento

Por Eric London, 21 junio 2018

El ataque contra los inmigrantes y los derechos democráticos es de una importancia urgente para toda la clase trabajadora.

Los activos de los millonarios de "riqueza neta alta" del mundo aumentaron a $70 billones en 2017

Por Barry Gray, 21 junio 2018

El auge bursátil y todo el proceso de saqueo social han dependido de la supresión de la oposición de la clase trabajadora y de un ataque salvaje al nivel de vida de los trabajadores.

Trump intensifica la guerra comercial con una nueva amenaza arancelaria contra China

Por Nick Beams, 21 junio 2018

Los últimos movimientos de la administración de Estados Unidos provocaron una caída en los mercados bursátiles en medio de las crecientes preocupaciones de que la guerra comercial tendrá un impacto significativo en la inversión y las cadenas de suministro mundiales.

La administración Trump restringe visas para estudiantes chinos

Por Will Morrow, 21 junio 2018

Sigue una serie de Declaraciones de funcionarios de inteligencia y en los medios han argumentado que más de 2 millones de ciudadanos chinos que residen en EUA son una posible "quinta columna".

Estados Unidos se convierte en la primera nación en abandonar el organismo de derechos humanos de la ONU

Por Bill Van Auken, 21 junio 2018

La decisión llegó después de que el jefe del consejo condenara tanto la política de Washington de separar a los niños de sus familias en la frontera y la guerra en Yemen respaldada por Estados Unidos.

La administración Trump planea una expansión masiva de cárceles para niños inmigrantes

Por Eric London, 21 junio 2018

La administración está construyendo instalaciones para albergar a decenas de miles de niños inmigrantes mientras se niega a procesar a los solicitantes de asilo en la frontera México-Estados Unidos.

"Algo debe hacerse rápidamente"
Experto en psicología infantil advierte sobre el daño que cambia la vida de la separación entre padres e hijos de inmigrantes

Por Eric London, 21 junio 2018

Chris Fradkin, un becario Fulbright, le dijo al WSWS: “Estos niños, si no se reúnen con sus padres la próxima semana, sufrirán por esto por el resto de sus vidas”.

El caso Belhaj devela las guerras sucias de Gran Bretaña para el cambio de régimen: Primera parte

Por Jean Shaoul, 21 junio 2018

El propósito del acuerdo entre el gobierno del Reino Unido y Belhaj es evitar nuevas revelaciones vergonzosas sobre la colusión del gobierno con las fuerzas islamistas en casa y en el extranjero.

Cincuenta años del Partido Socialista por la Igualdad de Sri Lanka
¡Armar a la clase trabajadora con el programa del internacionalismo socialista y con un liderazgo revolucionario!

Por Partido Socialista por la Igualdad (Sri Lanka), 21 junio 2018

El respaldo de la lucha de 40 años de la RCL/PSI ha sido la lucha por la independencia política de la clase trabajadora y el programa de la revolución permanente.

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Perspective

Trade war and the eruption of economic nationalism

22 June 2018

As in the 1930s, the re-emergence of trade war and protectionism are accompanied by the most grotesque forms of right-wing xenophobia and authoritarianism.

Earlier Perspectives »

International Committee of the Fourth International

Preface to the thirtieth anniversary edition of The Heritage We Defend

By David North, 21 June 2018

We are posting the new preface written by David North for the soon to be released thirtieth anniversary edition of The Heritage We Defend: A Contribution to the History of the Fourth International.

Defend Julian Assange!

Ecuadorian foreign minister warns that Julian Assange’s political asylum is “not forever”

By Oscar Grenfell, 22 June 2018

Valencia’s comments are another indication of a conspiracy to force the WikiLeaks editor out of the Ecuadorian embassy and into British and US custody.

“Julian fights for peace and defends democratic rights”
Watch: Workers at SEP rally in Sydney demand freedom for Julian Assange

By our reporters, 22 June 2018

Workers and young people who attended the SEP’s Sydney rally denounced the persecution of WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange and demanded his immediate release.

The Turnbull government must act to repatriate Australian citizen Julian Assange to Australia

By James Cogan, 19 June 2018

This speech was delivered by James Cogan, the national secretary of the Socialist Equality Party (SEP) in Australia, to a rally organised by the SEP in defence of Julian Assange last Sunday in Sydney.

Bringing Julian Assange Home

By John Pilger, 19 June 2018

Addressing last Sunday's SEP rally in Sydney, well-known filmmaker and documentarian, John Pilger exposed the role of Labor and Coalition governments, along with prominent journalists and editors in the ongoing persecution of Julian Assange.

Assange is being punished for exposing state secrecy and the reality of war

By Linda Tenenbaum, 21 June 2018

The persecution of Assange is an attempt to silence mass anti-war sentiment

By Evrim Yazgin, 21 June 2018

Educators internationally must stand up for Julian Assange

By Sue Phillips, 21 June 2018

Socialist Equality Party leader Julie Hyland speaks at London vigil to demand freedom for Julian Assange

By our reporters, 20 June 2018

The Sydney rally to defend Julian Assange: An important step forward

By Linda Tenenbaum, 18 June 2018

More on the campaign to free Julian Assange »

For an international coalition to fight Internet censorship
An open letter from the International Editorial Board of the World Socialist Web Site to socialist, anti-war, left-wing and progressive websites, organizations and activists

23 January 2018

Featured Commentary

Argentina’s Partido Obrero suppresses questions on alliance with Russian Stalinist with ties to neo-fascism

By Bill Van Auken, 19 June 2018

Presented to the Partido Obrero’s membership as a “comrade” in “refounding” the Fourth International, Darya Mitina has ties to fascists throughout Europe.

Workers Party in Argentina seeks to “refound” Fourth International in alliance with Stalinism

The Demise of Savas Michael’s “New Era”

History

25 years since the Mack Avenue Fire Inquiry

By Shannon Jones, 22 June 2018

The Workers League, forerunner of the Socialist Equality Party (US), campaigned to expose the terrible social conditions, created by capitalism, that killed seven young children in Detroit.

Arts Review

Survivors Guide to Prison: The American nightmare

By Joanne Laurier, 22 June 2018

This documentary exposé of the US prison and criminal justice system includes a host of celebrities commenting on the phenomenon of mass incarceration.

“Unfortunately, none of this happened”: Kirill Serebrennikov’s Summer (Leto), a take on the pre-perestroika period in the USSR

By Clara Weiss, 21 June 2018

Ocean’s 8: A “gender-swapped” caper

By Carlos Delgado, 20 June 2018

The late American novelist Philip Roth attacked as a “misogynist”

By David Walsh, 18 June 2018

Workers Struggles

Dutch transport workers to strike, as rail stoppages continue in France
Workers Struggles: Europe, Middle East & Africa

22 June 2018

The World Socialist Web Site invites workers and other readers to contribute to this regular feature.

Staff at Australia’s Macquarie University vote for unified fight against government cuts

By our correspondent, 20 June 2018

Nine million truck drivers across India strike over increasing fuel prices

By Wasantha Rupasinghe, 19 June 2018

Two hundred nurses at California hospital authorize strike

By Brian Dixon, 19 June 2018

Commentary

Assets of world’s “high net wealth” millionaires surged to $70 trillion in 2017

By Barry Grey, 20 June 2018

Left Forum gathering’s “strategy for the left”: Support the Democratic Party

By Sandy English, 20 June 2018

The death of Ed Sadlowski and the demise of trade union reformism

By Shannon Jones, 19 June 2018

On the eve of Turkish elections: Erdogan prepares new intrigues and a major crackdown

By Halil Celik, 20 June 2018

Socialist Equality Party

SEP (UK) meetings on war and censorship: “War preparations are powered by lies”

By Julie Hyland, 18 June 2018

Fifty years of the Socialist Equality Party of Sri Lanka
Arm the working class with the program of socialist internationalism and with revolutionary leadership!

By the Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka), 16 June 2018

Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka) to hold lectures to mark its 50th anniversary

Sri Lanka SEP files fundamental rights case against Colombo Municipal Council

WSWS 20th Anniversary Fund

Help us expose the CIA Democrats! Donate today!

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The Grenfell Tower Fire

Labour and unions seek to corral social anger over Grenfell fire behind official inquiry

By Robert Stevens, 20 June 2018

UK: Protesters speak at demonstration to mark first anniversary of Grenfell fire

Thousands gather to mark first anniversary of Grenfell Tower inferno

Grenfell Silent Marchers speak
“I have woken up to the fact that class war still exists, it’s alive and kicking”

25 years ago: Supreme Court rules against Haitian refugees

On June 22, 1993, in the case of Sale v. Haitian Centers Council, the US Supreme Court upheld the Bush and Clinton administrations’ policy of intercepting fleeing Haitians at sea and returning them to Haiti without asylum hearings.

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50 years ago: Police assault shuts down the Poor People’s Campaign

On June 24, 1968, after six weeks of protest, Resurrection City, the encampment created by the Poor People’s Campaign on the mall in Washington DC, was forcibly shut down by police.

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75 years ago: Fascists instigate race riots in Detroit

On June 22, 1943, violent clashes took place in Detroit, Michigan, as a result of racist agitation by the Ku Klux Klan and other fascistic groups, whose activities had been tacitly endorsed by the police and government authorities.

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100 years ago: Bolshevik leader Volodarsky assassinated in Petrograd

On June 20, 1918, V. Volodarsky, a leader of the Bolshevik Party’s Petrograd Committee and the editor of the popular Krasnaya Gazeta (Red Gazette), was shot to death.

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Autoworkers struggles

Detroit autoworkers speak out on UAW corruption scandal

Read the WSWS Autoworkers Newsletter: wsws.org/autoworkers

“They’re getting more money and we’re losing workers”
In wake of UAW convention, Lordstown GM workers speak out on layoffs

By a WSWS reporting team, 16 June 2018

“Everything they took from us needs to be returned, plus the money they stole”
Growing outrage from autoworkers over UAW bribery scandal

More on autoworkers issues »

ICFI

Support the Socialist Equality group in Turkey!
Statement of the SE group, in sympathy with the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI), on the snap elections in Turkey

14 June 2018

Turkish sympathizing group of the ICFI adopts new name

By the Socialist Equality Group (Turkey), 8 June 2018

Toplumsal Esitlik (TE–the Social Equality Group) has changed its name to Sosyalist Esitlik (SE–Socialist Equality Group).

May Day 2018 International Online Rally

May Day 2018 and the bicentenary of the birth of Karl Marx

By David North, 6 May 2018

Opening the ICFI’s International Online Rally on Saturday, May 5, David North, chairman of the international editorial board of the WSWS and national chairman of the Socialist Equality Party (US), spoke on the historical significance of Karl Marx, the founder of scientific socialism, 200 years after his birth.

Arabic translation of “Against imperialism, counterrevolution and war! For a socialist Middle East!”

The following is an Arabic translation of the speech, "Against imperialism, counterrevolution and war! For a socialist Middle East!", delivered to the ICFI’s International Online Rally on May 5 by Johannes Stern, a leading member of the Sozialistische Gleichheitspartei, the German section of the ICFI, and the World Socialist Web Site editorial board in Germany.

Trotskyism is the Marxism of the 21st Century

By Joseph Kishore, 7 May 2018

May Day 2018

By Joseph Kishore and David North, 1 May 2018

WSWS 20th Anniversary

Twenty years of the World Socialist Web Site: 1998–2018

By David North and Joseph Kishore, 14 February 2018

As the WSWS marks its 20th anniversary of daily posting, it is taking the lead in exposing the conspiracy by governments and corporations to censor the Internet as the ruling class prepares for war and domestic repression.

History

Lenin, Trotsky and the Marxism of the October Revolution

By David North, 19 March 2018

David North, chairperson of the International Editorial Board of the World Socialist Web Site and of the Socialist Equality Party (US), delivered this lecture at the University of Leipzig on March 16.