Merry Christmas to all!
with Caleb Maupin
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Caleb Maupin (Facebook Page)
Originally posted Dec. 25, 2018
December 25, 2022
“Go now you rich and weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you, behold the hired laborers you have reaped in your fields which you work for by a fraud. And there was a multitude that believed and were of one heart and one soul and neither said any of them ought to of things which he possessed for his own. And they had all things in common and neither among them was lacked for as many possessors of lands and houses sold them and brought the prices of things that were sold and distribution was made unto every man according to his need.”
Caleb Maupin on Oct 26, 2018
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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:
Merry Christmas and Happy Birthday to Jesus, the Anti-Imperialist Socialist!
Rev. Chris Hedges and Rev. David Bullock: Christmas, Charity, Anti-Empire and the Revolutionary Jesus
Christmas 1914: When Rank and File Imposed Truce During Imperialist War, by Henry Hagins + John McCutcheon: Christmas in the Trenches + Balls To War
Christians as Dangerous Good Samaritans, by Gary Olson
The Early Christians and the Military by Roman A. Montero
Christmas Versus Xmas: A Political Reading by James Petras
Roman A. Montero: Jesus Was A Communist
Jesus against Hillel on Usury by Roman A. Montero
The Early Christian Communists by Roman A. Montero
Peace On Earth–Classic Christmas Cartoon (1939) + Good Will to Men (1955)
Scrooge (1935) and Scrooge (1970) + The Christmas Carol: Charles Dickens’ Short Story as told by Vincent Price (1949)