Neil Faulkner is the author of Alienation, Spectacle, and Revolution: a critical Marxist essay (out now on Resistance Books). He is the joint author of Creeping Fascism: what it is and how to fight it and System Crash: an activist guide to making revolution. Neil sadly passed away in 2022.

A Red Down the Chimney Revolutionary Christmas History

Remembrance Day: a travesty of the truth

Why we say: Abolish the Police

ACRadio Episode 3: Neil Faulkner/Brazil

The History Fix

Towards a Theory of Modern Disaster Capitalism: Part III

The three engines of history

The Kazakh Revolution

Russian Hands Off Kazakhstan!

Where is America going?

Tory ‘Freedom’ versus Social Solidarity

How Likely is Revolution in the Next Decade?

The Meaning of Christmas: a Marxist analysis

Covid and Anti‑Vaxx


This book offers critical Marxist thinking about the nature of the crisis and what must be done to turn mass protest into the revolutionary transformation on which our survival depends.

Tory Scum and Migrant Crossings

COP26, Carbon Capitalism, and the Necessity of Red‑Green Revolution

Creeping Fascism Revisited

Shakespeare, Trotsky, and the Nature of Art

Tory Economics: where are they going?

Palestinian solidarity and the ‘antisemitism’ smear: analysing the politics of a witch‑hunt

Starmer and the Strange Death of Social‑Democratic England

The Tory Crisis

Digitalised Alienation, the Politics of the Spectacle, and the Revolutionary Imperative: an essay in new Marxist thinking

The Taliban: another of imperialism’s monsters

The Fall of Kabul and the Global Police State

A Pandemic of Privatisation

Identity and Liberation: a critical Marxist difference

Does Anne Boleyn matter?

Labour‑Power and Social Reproduction through a Neoliberal Lens

The new Tory economics

Palestine is a global issue

Where Next for Kill the Bill?

The Monarchy and The Crown: A review of a British spectacle and a TV series.