Category Archives: Video

Enough is Enough

The following protest in Bangalore, organized on 22nd July, to condemn the recent murderous attacks on Dalits in Una of Gujarat and Koppa in Karnataka, two more added to the long list of oppression that the Dalits suffering in this country. The present regime at the centre led by Modi/BJP has undoubtedly taken a shameful supportive stand to these attacks, and many times directly instigates by issuing demeaning statements on Dalith community and its popular leaders.

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Socialist Speak On Kashmir

New Socialist Alternative (CWI-India) the Indian section of the Committee for a Workers’ International, has always had a socialist stand point on the Nationality Question in the valley of Kashmir, we unequivocally stand for the democratic Right of Self Determination of the Kashmiri People to decide upon the future of their Nation, with guaranteed autonomy and fullest rights to all the minorities. We stand for the Socialist Confederation of the entire sub-continent.

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A Marxist view of Modi’s Hindutva

Peter Taaffe speaks to Jagadish Chandra, New Socialist Alternative (CWI in India)

The present day regime of the Modi-led BJP in India is getting more and more authoritarian. The patrons of the BJP, the apparatchiks of the RSS who undoubtedly draw their inspiration and motivation from the 20th Century extreme right wing ideologies of Fascism and Nazism, imagine they can establish an all-out Hindu Rashtra or Hindu Nation by artificially imposing a majoritarian and supremacist demagogy of Hindutva “philosophy”.

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Video: Kandhamal Solidarity Day Series

The following video series is a appeal for Kandhamal Solidarity Day on 25th August of this month that is being organized by Peoples’ Solidarity Concerns – Bangalore (that includes the New Socialist Alternative CWI-India). Includes solidarity appeals By Fr. Ambrose Pinto (Principal – St Aloysius College, Bangalore), Bharath Raj Patta (Students Christian Movement of India), Narasimha Murthy (advocate & activist from Bangalore), Ruth Manorama (well known Dalit activist) and Jagadish G Chandra (CWI-India)

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