Imperialism is a system in which the economic and political ruling class of powerful nations utilise the state and its economic and military power to dominate and exploit weaker nations, and drain their resources. The imperialist powers drain wealth from less powerful countries through debt, corporate investment, unequal power in trade, and military intervention. And while most of the world is nominally free from direct rule by imperialist nations, much of the same relations exist as neo-colonial relationships which are masked by local rule, as expressed by international domination implemented by local bourgeoisie to their benefit.
We support popular struggles against military, economic and cultural expressions of imperialism.
Today, modern warfare, combined with modern science, is used to pursue ever increasing means of torment for humanity. War is increasingly waged, not merely on bodies, but on the minds, hearts, and land of dominated people. Torture, rape, genocide, poisoning and destroying of land are the marks of our time. Only through eradicating the root cause which drives countries to imperialist aggression, will we see an end to limitless war.
Our fight is both internal and external. Internally we fight the foundations of the imperialist economy and state which provides the basis for imperialism. Externally we seek to build concrete unity, through action and solidarity with movements that struggle to end imperialism and capitalism worldwide. We support national liberation and self-determination movements but believe that for liberation and self-determination to truly be achieved a further social revolution is needed, or else one oppressor is simply replaced by another. While we support nation-states against imperialist aggression, we reject the notion we must support them in their oppression and exploitation of their own people.
Imperialism can only be brought to an end by a social and economic transformation throughout the planet, which eliminates the system of competing states and exploitative class systems. Humanity needs to develop a new form of world association that respects the autonomy and differences of all communities or ethnic groups while allowing for democratic decision-making, rooted in grassroots institutions such as federated delegate congresses, to resolve global problems.
Economic interdependence and global capitalist power means that working people need solidarity across borders. A revolution that can liberate the working class from capitalist oppression needs to spread across national boundaries to encompass the world.
We develop and maintain international relationships, solidarity, and discussions to build a united revolutionary movement.