Frightful Hobgoblins round-up

Frightful Hobgoblins
2 min readJun 29, 2021
The vigil for Sarah Everard on Clapham Common, 13 March 2021.

While this blog has been quiet over the last six months or so, the Frightful Hobgoblins collective has been active, meeting weekly and writing for a range of publications. In future, we will be making a blogpost whenever one of us releases an article, but in the meantime, here is a selective chronological digest of articles, reviews and interviews published by participants in recent months.

“Lockdown politics: A response to Panagiotis Sotiris” by Gareth Dale

“Contercast: The rise of Welsh independence?” by SC Cook

“The anti-colonial revolt was key to Lenin’s vision of revolution” by Barnaby Raine

“The Tories want to build a British state for the post-Brexit era, who will stop them?” by SC Cook

“We can’t rely on the police to defend women” by JS Titus

“We will not be silenced” by JS Titus & Maev McDaid

“The #PoliceCrackdownBill and the fight ahead” by Jonas Marvin

“In defence of the mob” by Richard Linsert

“Define, divide and rule: The race report shows the state is not interested in racial liberation” by Annie Olaloku-Teriba

“Karl Polanyi’s Great Transformation and the countermovement to capitalism” by Gareth Dale

“Jewophobia now” by Barnaby Raine

“Derek Chauvin’s conviction won’t make Black Lives Matter” by Annie Olaloku-Teriba

“Revolutionary Reflections: Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution” by Neil Rogall

“Palestine: never give up the struggle” by Anindya Bhattacharyya

“Total solidarity with Palestine is the only anti-racist position” by Barnaby Raine

“The Left won’t win the 2020s by clinging to the corpse of the Labour Party” by Jonas Marvin

“Marx, the Paris commune & socialism’s two souls: what liberation are we fighting for?” by Gareth Dale