Notes on the Elections in Brazil

The following is a repost from German revolutionary news source Dem Volke Dienen. More than 56 million are boycotting the election farce – 30% of voters reject the false democracy and call for a new way forward. The election farce failed, and the biggest election boycott in the history of Brazil took place. The resounding rejection of the reactionary elections reached around 56 million people … Continue reading Notes on the Elections in Brazil

Election Boycott Concludes by Making National Headlines

By Ed Dalton As the 2020 elections close, so too does the nationwide election boycott raised by revolutionaries. The Election Boycott Campaign can only be considered a success as it made national headlines throughout major monopoly media outlets this week, including the New York Times, CNN, USA Today, Daily Mail, and others. Actions in Pittsburgh, Kansas City, and Houston raised the profile of the campaign … Continue reading Election Boycott Concludes by Making National Headlines

Editorial Board Statement Opposing the Vandalism of Austin’s Central Library

By the Editorial Board Tribune of the People supports the election boycott campaign initiated by Communists and revolutionaries in the United States, we have done so with our reporting, by publishing and circulating images we have captured or received, as well as with editorials and coverage of the campaign. We have received emails expressing concern about an action taken in the city of Austin, in … Continue reading Editorial Board Statement Opposing the Vandalism of Austin’s Central Library

Editorial: Run Down of the 2020 Election Boycott

By the Editorial Board The ruling class is howling in delight, selectively citing numbers of increased voter turn out for early voting, but they are dreaming. A keen observer will notice that the places they reference with increased voter participation are the very same American cities that have seen population growth over recent years. What this growth represents is that more wealthy people are moving … Continue reading Editorial: Run Down of the 2020 Election Boycott

Austin: Non-profit’s Pro-voting ‘Street Art’ Mural Vandalized

By David Martinez Two large pro-voting murals across Austin were vandalized with revolutionary election boycott graffiti this past week. One of the actions was covered by bourgeois news and invited the anger of Austin’s pro-imperialist liberals for the vandalism of a mural painted by the HOPE campaign, a non-profit organization that uses street art for bourgeois propaganda. HOPE’s mural was on South Lamar Blvd., in … Continue reading Austin: Non-profit’s Pro-voting ‘Street Art’ Mural Vandalized

Austin: Tribune Support Committee Rouses Audience with Election Boycott Presentation

By Dmitri Sans This Monday, the audience of a Tribune of the People Support Committee presentation chanted, “Elections No! Revolutions Yes!” with enthusiasm after learning about the election boycott campaign. The lecture exposed how the ruling class dominates the outcome of elections and how voting legitimizes US imperialism. The speaker called on attendees to stop falling for the electoral farce and start fighting for power. … Continue reading Austin: Tribune Support Committee Rouses Audience with Election Boycott Presentation

The Lesser of Two Evils, and the General Reactionization of the Bourgeois Democratic State

By the Editorial Board “I am voting for the lesser of two evils.” We have all heard it. Many have even considered it to be a rational and responsible decision, suspending their disbelief and convincing themselves, in spite of their well-intended opposition, that they must now endorse evil. Should we base our political decisions on who is less evil? To tactically keep endorsing evil keeps … Continue reading The Lesser of Two Evils, and the General Reactionization of the Bourgeois Democratic State

Workers Voice: “You low class…you’re still part of their slavery”

A resident of St. Louis staying with family in the Gravois Park area spoke to Tribune of the People about why he wasn’t going to vote in this year’s election. He said the, “government is for the government” not for the “low class people.” “We ain’t nothin’ but the bottom of the food chain,” he added, “That’s all we is, we ain’t nothin’ but bait. … Continue reading Workers Voice: “You low class…you’re still part of their slavery”