Directed by John Carpenter. With Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Moran, Nancy Kyes. Fifteen years after murdering his sister on Halloween night 1963, Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital and returns to the small town of Haddonfield to kill again.
Source: Halloween (1978) – IMDb
China Mieville on gothic Marxism, the Right’s strange appropriation of trick-or-treating, and socialists’ historic defense of the flagrantly imaginary.
Source: Socialists Must Reclaim Halloween
As capitalism spread in South America, local people made sense of their misery by telling stories of devils, demons, and hauntings.
Source: The Ghost in the Machine
In sixteenth-century Europe, witch-hunting was class war by the elite.
Source: Witches and Class Struggle
This refers to a discussion at the old Darwiniana blog of an imaginary to realized leftist group whose name echoes the heroic saga of the 1848 years. We are still echoing that period when in the wa…
Source: R48G: What is the Red Forty-eight Group? – Red 48 Group
We have insufficient evidence for the claim that homo sapiens (or anything else) could have evolved by natural selection. Continue reading Human evolution – Wikipedia
Is the working class revolutionary?
May 12th, 2018
Although the classic focus on the working class remains the keynote of any real majoritarian/democratic initiative it is useful to consider the larger framework of the ‘universal class’ so-called
in order to really see the way in which social division as class struggle needs to yield to a platform that deals with all classes and subsets thereof. The working class focus can end up neglecting the real crisis Continue reading Is the working class revolutionary?