Victor Serge vs. Leftist Illusion
Victor Serge’s shift away from the stance of the revolutionary left grew sharper as World War II went on. The reality of this war, of this world, of the radical differences between 1917 and the 1940s, and Serge’s willingness to see these differences, forced him, unlike most of his comrades in exile, to completely revise his political vision.
February 28, 2019
Behind Labour’s Anti-Semitism Crisis
Corbyn’s mishandling of the anti-Semitism crisis is not a display of incompetence; it comes from his being unwilling and, in fact, unable to disavow one iota of the hard-left ideology, including reflexive solidarity with any group describing itself as a national liberation movement, to which he has adhered all his adult life.
August 17, 2018