Washington: Witness Claims Michael Reinoehl was Assassinated without Warning from Law Enforcement

By Ed Dalton On September 3, US Marshals surrounded and killed Michael Forest Reinoehl, suspected shooter of fascist Aaron J. Danielson. Tribune of the People reported this act as an assassination, and now a witness has come forward, confirming Reinoehl did not draw a gun and was given no warning by the federal police before being gunned down with dozens of shots. Nate Dingess, a … Continue reading Washington: Witness Claims Michael Reinoehl was Assassinated without Warning from Law Enforcement

India: Varavara Rao Tests Positive for COVID-19 as Health Deteriorates in Jail

By Jakob Stein On July 12, the family of Varavara Rao, revolutionary poet, president of the Revolutionary Democratic Front, and political prisoner of the Indian state, released a letter detailing the serious deterioration of his mental and physical health as well as demanding the government take immediate action to provide the necessary medical care to save his life. Since the letter was published, Rao was … Continue reading India: Varavara Rao Tests Positive for COVID-19 as Health Deteriorates in Jail

India: Maoists Set Fire to Four Heavy Construction Trucks in Chhattisgarh

By Ed Dalton 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), the action was carried out in the Rajnandagaon district close to the borders of Maharashtra, in Chhattisgarh, an area where the People’s War and the Communists are strong. The construction vehicles were used to … Continue reading India: Maoists Set Fire to Four Heavy Construction Trucks in Chhattisgarh

India: Government Plans to Scrap 8 Hour Workday for 12 Hour Shifts

By Marcus Alegra Using the pretext of the COVID-19 pandemic while actually responding to concerns of the New Depression, the old Indian State seeks to attack the hard-earned rights of workers by extending the length of workdays from 8 hours to 12-hour days. Since Indian workers are already expected to work 6 days a week; instead of a 48-hours per week, workers would be forced … Continue reading India: Government Plans to Scrap 8 Hour Workday for 12 Hour Shifts

India In Crisis and The People’s War

Cover Image: Indian military assault commuters on the pretext of COVID-19 By Ed Dalton Of all the countries in the world, India has seen the most repressive state measures in response to the economic crisis, on the pretext of COVID-19. Although it is often lauded as the world’s largest democracy, this is a lie. India, as a semi-feudal and semi-colonial country, is home to one … Continue reading India In Crisis and The People’s War