This statement by the Australian sections of Freedom Socialist Party and of Radical Women came out immediately after the March massacre of Muslins in New Zealand.
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Melbourne Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women statement
Melbourne FSP’s message on the March 16 day of international anti-fascist action.
Speech by Emily Woo Yamasaki for the Freedom Socialist Party at the NYC March Against Racism and Fascism
Participation by cops in uniform is one byproduct of transforming Pride events from political statements into corporate festivals.
For the first time in nine years and three election terms, the National Party is out. The Labour Party is in — but with a little help from some old friends.
Events continue to unfold at a dizzying speed in the industrial dispute at Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL). On Friday afternoon CEO Tony Gibson was insisting that the company’s plan to contract out its workforce “remains our bottom line.” This is despite a series of legal and political setbacks to the plan over the past… Read more »
In June 2003, New Zealand’s Court of Appeal ruled that the customary title of Maori (Aotearoa/NZ’s Indigenous people) to the seabed and foreshore had never been legally extinguished, and that cases relating to it could therefore be heard by the Maori Land Court. The social democratic Labour government of Prime Minister Helen Clarke reacted to… Read more »