When the World Crumbles, I’ll Blame the Democrats + A Marxist Perspective on Bernie Sanders’ Yemen Bill + Caleb Maupin: Who are “Houthis”?

The Biggest Political Delusion Of All Is In The U.S. Electoral Politics Itself by Paul Street

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With Will Griffin
Writer, Dandelion Salad
The Peace Report
December 17, 2018

Clearly, the Republican party is one of the most dangerous organizations on this planet so I won’t need to convince any reasonable minded person of that argument. Yet, I see an American populace swept up in the Blue Wave in another attempt to reform the Democrat Party. But the Dems are the problem because they pacify the nation and we keep forgetting that they are capitalists. It is fundamental to understand that capitalists will never give up their power, especially through elections. […]

The Peace Report on Dec 6, 2018

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A Marxist Perspective on Bernie Sanders’ Yemen Bill

The Peace Report on Dec 13, 2018

Who are “Houthis”? What’s Happening in Yemen? – Quick Explanation

with Caleb Maupin
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Caleb Maupin (website)
Caleb Maupin (Facebook Page)
December 17, 2018

Caleb Maupin on Sep 1, 2017

An excerpt from a talk given by Caleb Maupin in June of 2015, after traveling throughout the middle east.


Caleb Maupin is a radical journalist and political analyst who resides in New York City. Originally from Ohio, he studied political science at Baldwin-Wallace College. In addition to his journalism, analysis, and commentary, he has engaged in political activism. He was involved in the Occupy Wall Street movement from its planning stages in August of 2011. He has worked against police brutality, mass incarceration, and imperialist war. He works to promote revolutionary ideology, and to support all who fight against the global system of monopoly capitalist imperialism.

From the archives:

Truth in Recruiting

What Should We Do Instead Of Bombing Yemen? Not Bomb Yemen! by David Swanson

William Blum: Be Nice To America. Or We’ll Bring Democracy To Your Country!

US, Britain Push Yemen Ceasefire as Tactic to Defeat Houthis by Finian Cunningham + Wilkerson: US & UK Not Truly Committed to Ending Saudi ‘Total War’ on Yemen

Western Media Make One Death a Tragedy, Millions a Statistic by Finian Cunningham + US Facilitates Saudi War Crimes in Yemen

The Biggest Political Delusion Of All Is In The U.S. Electoral Politics Itself by Paul Street + Nobody to Vote For by David Swanson + Politicians Robbing Us Blind

We’re Addressing the Climate Crisis the Wrong Way

Michael Parenti: Marxists vs Liberals on Capitalism

Sorry, Bernie, We Need Radical Change by Paul Street

Denial and Mass Hysteria: The Liberal Loses It by Arthur D. Robbins

You Can’t Have a Progressive Movement Without Peace by David Swanson + Desmond Tutu on #NoWar

“Progressive”: Does its Meaning Depend on Whatever the Clintons Think is “Progress”? by Rob Hager

Michael Parenti: The US Empire Sees Only Two Kinds of Countries: Satellites or Enemies

See also:

Deployed To The Border: A Test Of Conscience For GI’S — Critical Legal Info For US Service Members Concerned About Legality Of Orders To Deploy To The US-Mexico Border

5 thoughts on “When the World Crumbles, I’ll Blame the Democrats + A Marxist Perspective on Bernie Sanders’ Yemen Bill + Caleb Maupin: Who are “Houthis”?

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  4. I agree with most of the “Peace Report,” but I have to disagree on one point. I have been voting Democrat in many elections, and I probably will continue to do so in the near future.

    I need to clarify: I do NOT believe that the Democrats will save us, or anything like that. I believe the Democrats will continue making things worse — but not quite as fast as the Republicans. For instance, on global warming, it appears to me that the Democrats are trying to end all life on earth by 2050, but the Republicans’ goal is 2030. (I was amazed at how focused Trump has been on destroying the ecosystem.) Thus, voting Democrat might give us a little more time to overthrow both those parties, and capitalism.

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