why socialism

Socialist Alliance is running in the Queensland elections to help build an anti-capitalist current in Queensland and national politics.

The rich get richer and the poor get poorer, yet both the Abbott government and the so-called opposition try to place the blame for falling living standards on refugees, Aboriginal people, welfare recipients and the poor and marginalised.

There is absolutely nothing “sensible” about being in the centre. Today’s world demands we take sides.

The federal Coalition government's so-called "tax reform" represents a major escalation of the capitalist class war against the poor and working people.

Steve O'Brien writes on the legacy of the Russian Revolution in the Newcastle Herald.

Here are 10 reasons why socialism is the way forward to solve society’s problems!

Over 25,000 Victorians voted for the newly formed Victorian Socialists on November 24. A great result to build upon.

Before the “super Saturday” byelections on July 28, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was saying the outcome would be a “test of leadership”. Then he lost all five contests and changed his tune.

Australia’s 33 billionaires increased their wealth by more than $38 billion dollars last year — or more than $1 billion each. That is more than $3 million each a day!

The most striking lesson to take home from the recent UK election is that left wing ideas can win popular support in an advanced capitalist country today. They said Socialism was dead but veteran socialist Corbyn is proving them wrong.

The Socialist Alliance has a vision for a better world — and we are running in the federal election to share that vision and help make it become a reality.

The internal rifts inside the Liberal Party means the task of building a stronger socialist left in this country is even more urgent.

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