Week in Struggle: May 15-21

India Over the past week, the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) led by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) has struck several blows to the old Indian state near the border between Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh. Based on reports from the ruling class media in India, revolutionary news source Dem Volke Dienen reports: “On May 20, combatants blocked a road near Kulbhatti-Gajamendha in north Gadchiroli-District with … Continue reading Week in Struggle: May 15-21

La Semana de Lucha: 8 -14 de mayo

Mexico Este mes el Frente Educativo Popular Revolucionario emitió una declaración celebrando el 12º aniversario de su formación. Lo siguiente es un extracto del artiiculo “El pueblo trabajador, hoy más que nunca, debe estar organizado y dispuesto a luchar por sus derechos para la reconstrucción de una sociedad más justa y más humana; desde hace muchos años, nuestros gobiernos nos han inundado con una ideología capitalista, inhumana … Continue reading La Semana de Lucha: 8 -14 de mayo

La Semana de Lucha: Del 1 al 7 de mayo

India El Ejército Guerrillero de Liberación Popular (PLGA, por sus siglas en inglés), dirigido por el Partido Comunista de la India (Maoísta), voló un puente estratégicamente importante con un dispositivo explosivo improvisado en Chhattisgarh, frustrando la capacidad del viejo estado para desplazar tropas de contrainsurgencia contra la Guerra Popular. Turquía Militantes del Ejército de Liberación de los Obreros y Campesinos de Turquía (TİKKO) dirigido por … Continue reading La Semana de Lucha: Del 1 al 7 de mayo

Week in Struggle: May 8-14

Mexico This month the Popular Revolutionary Educational Front issued a statement celebrating the 12 year anniversary of its formation. The following is an unofficial translation of an excerpt from the statement: “The working people, today more than ever, must be organized and ready to fight for their rights for the reconstruction of a more just and humane society. For many years, our governments have inundated us with … Continue reading Week in Struggle: May 8-14

Week in Struggle: May 1-7

India The People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) led by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) blew up a strategically important bridge with an improvised explosive device in Chhattisgarh, frustrating the ability of the old state to move counterinsurgency troops against the People’s War. Turkey Militants with the Liberation Army of the Workers and Peasants of Turkey (TİKKO) led by the Communist Party of Turkey/ Marxist-Leninist … Continue reading Week in Struggle: May 1-7

Week in Struggle: April 24-30

Brazil On April 25, workers and students founded the Sanitary Committee for Popular Defense of Recife, in the state of Pernambuco. The Committee distributed print copies of revolutionary newspaper A Nova Democracia, and met with poor residents without access to the internet, to assist them in applying for “emergency aid.” Throughout the process the Committee denounced the reactionary state for its total neglect of the … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 24-30

Week in Struggle: April 17-23

India Four heavy construction vehicles were torched by what is believed to be the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army under the command of the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist) in Chhattisgarh, an area where the People’s War and the Communists are strong. The construction vehicles were used to build a culvert as part of the low intensity warfare waged against the Maoists, which includes road … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 17-23

Week in Struggle: April 10-16

Mexico April 11 marked the one-year anniversary of the murder of Luis Armando Fuentes Aquino, at the hands of a paramilitary ambush in San Francisco Ixhuatán, Oaxaca. The reactionary paramilitaries that killed him were acting in the interests of the imperialist wind energy megaprojects, which today seek to displace and dominate the indigenous people and poor peasants of the Tehuantepec Isthmus. “Comandante Gato,” as he … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 10-16

Week in Struggle: April 3-9

Brazil Struggles around water continue as residents in the rural Alto Moura neighborhood, in Caruaru, erected flaming barricades. The people regularly face water outages, now made worse by the Coronavirus pandemic. In spite of the lack of water services, the water company continues billing people the full amount. The Coronavirus pandemic has hit the Brazilian peasantry and made their already hard lives worse. The League … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 3-9

Week in Struggle: March 27- April 2

Cover Image: Brazilian protesters block police with flaming barricade, São Paulo Brazil The people of the Ribeirão Preto neighborhood of São Paulo carried out a combative protest against the lack of water caused by the economic crisis and pandemic. To prevent the police from enacting mass arrests a barricade was constructed and set ablaze. Ireland This week revolutionaries launched An Grian Dhearg (The Red Sun), … Continue reading Week in Struggle: March 27- April 2