The Anti-Marxist Elitism of J. Sakai’s ‘Settlers’

J. Sakai offers an anti-worker analysis of revolution. Fred Hampton offered us an alternative we must learn from.

In the late 1960s, Chicago Black Panthers and Confederate Flag-wielding Young Patriots united to uplift the working class through a multi-racial coalition.
Soviet Workers Commemorate the October Revolution in 1938
Soviet Workers Commemorate the October Revolution, 1938.
“Long Live the Great Unity of all Nationalities”, 1960
The CPUSA marches in front of the White House in the 1930s
Fred Hampton and Mark Clark were murdered by the CPD and the FBI in 1969.
Black Panthers and Confederate Flag-Clad Young Patriots at a demonstration.

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