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Anasse Kazib

Our Flag Has Always Been Internationalist — The Red Flag!

The extreme Right in France is attacking revolutionary presidential candidate Anasse Kazib for not waving the French flag at his campaign's kickoff rally. Everything in this response could be said about flying the U.S. flag. In every country, we choose to fly the red flag of workers’ internationalism, not the national flags of imperialism, colonialism, and bourgeois oppression.

Nathan Erderof

October 25, 2021

Revolutionary Campaign for French Presidency Launched in Paris

More than 450 people rallied last night in Paris to launch the Anasse Kazib 2022 campaign for the French presidency. It was an electric, revolutionary atmosphere with guests from working-class struggles giving fiery speeches, interspersed with slogans chanted by the entire room.

Paul Morao

October 21, 2021

Vaccination Effectiveness and the Fight against the Health Pass in France

As French rail worker and Trotskyist presidential candidate Anasse Kazib writes, the effectiveness and safety of the Covid-19 vaccines, compared to the risk of the virus, is undeniable. But the French government’s health pass is a profound anti-social assault on freedom that the rulers are using in lieu of a genuine strategy to ensure people’s health.

Anasse Kazib

August 14, 2021

Railway Worker Anasse Kazib Calls for a Counteroffensive Against Macron’s Pension Reform

In a speech on July 12, French president Emmanuel Macron announced a new attempt to reform the pension system. Anasse Kazib, railway worker and Trotskyist presidential candidate, is calling for a counteroffensive.. This will require a massive strike as soon as possible — without waiting for Macron to move forward with his neoliberal agenda.

Anasse Kazib

July 19, 2021

#Anasse2022: The Trotskyist Rail Worker of Moroccan Origin Running for President of France

France will be electing a new president in April of next year. Anasse Kazib, a revolutionary socialist worker, hopes to give a voice to antiracist movements and workers' struggles.

Nathaniel Flakin

July 5, 2021