Around the world, numerous statements have been published and actions have been carried out in commemoration of Chairman Gonzalo, who gave his life in defense of the People’s War in Peru and the World Proletarian Revolution on September 11. Read our full, ongoing coverage in the article linked below.
Graffiti in defiance of Brazil’s Independence Day, celebrated on September 7, has continued to be documented throughout the country. Slogans read, “Long live the League of Poor Peasants!” and “Down with the genocidal military government of [President] Bolsonaro!” The League of Poor Peasants (LCP, Liga dos Camponeses Pobres) leads the Brazilian peasantry in their struggle for land and the agrarian revolution.
In Freiburg, posters and graffiti promoting the election boycott were documented with the slogans “Don’t vote, combat and resist!” and “Voting out exploitation never works—boycott the bourgeois elections!”
In Bremen, graffiti commemorating the Galician comrade Martín Naya was documented. Comrade Naya passed away September 3 and played a pivotal role in struggling for the Construction Committee of the Maoist Communist Party of Galicia. The graffiti reads, “Honor and eternal glory to Comrade Martin Naya” with a hammer and sickle.
In Hamburg, revolutionaries held a memorial for Comrade Martín Naya. The revolutionaries stood in front of a mural with the slogan “He will always live in us, Red Hamburg honors our comrade” with red flags. The mural included a beautiful portrait of Comrade Naya.
In various countries across Europe, including in Linz, Vienna, and Innsbruck, Austria; Zurich, Switzerland; Reims and Strasbourg, France; Liège, Belgium; Duisburg and Nuremberg, Germany; and Zaandam, the Netherlands, banners commemorating the one-year anniversary of the martyrdom of Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist (TKP/ML) militants and Liberation Army of the Workers and Peasants of Turkey (TİKKO) combatants were documented. The banners read, “Martyrs of the People’s War Nubar, Rosa, Asmin, Özgür are immortal” along with a hammer and sickle.
In Pittsburgh, graffiti calling for socialist revolution was documented. Other graffiti called for the ruling class to pay for its own economic crisis. Slogans read, “Make the ruling class pay for its own crisis!” and “The capitalists cause your problems, socialist revolution solves them!”
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