Mexico: Without Class Analysis There is No Women’s Emancipation

By Nélida Tello Last Friday, nongovernmental organization (NGO) Ni una Menos (Not One Woman Less) Mexico occupied the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) in Mexico City, demanding justice for the women victims of sexual abuse, disappearances, and extrajudicial killings. This occupation, and the women’s protests before it, have failed to teach women how to fight against their biggest class enemies, namely US imperialism. Instead, women’s … Continue reading Mexico: Without Class Analysis There is No Women’s Emancipation

US and China Close Consulates in Escalation of ‘Trade War’

By Mike Talavera In late July, China ordered the US consulate in Chengdu to close as a “legitimate and necessary” response to the Chinese consulate in Houston being forced to close the week prior by a Trump administration order, accusing the consulate of being a base for Chinese spies. Fires could be seen inside the Houston consulate before it closed. Hopes of making progress on … Continue reading US and China Close Consulates in Escalation of ‘Trade War’

Week in Struggle: July 31-August 6

Brazil Women and students from the Popular Women’s Movement (MFP) and Popular Student Revolutionary Movement (MEPR) demonstrated outside of the Federal University of Minas Gerais on July 28 calling for the immediate release of political prisoners in India, revolutionary poet Varavara Rao as well as Professor G.N. Saibaba. Students also called to defend the life and health of Chairman Gonzalo, the world’s greatest living communist who … Continue reading Week in Struggle: July 31-August 6

Week in Struggle: July 17-23

Ecuador The Front for the Defense of the People’s Struggle (FDLP) published photos of the closing ceremony of a Cadre School, in which the revolutionaries showed international solidarity for political prisoners, in defense of life and freedom of Chairman Gonzalo, head of the Communist Party of Peru, as well as demanding immediate freedom for Austin’s Targeted Three. The banners read, “USA: Defend Austin’s Targeted Three,” … Continue reading Week in Struggle: July 17-23

98th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Communist Party of Brazil (P.C.B.)

“With great joy and pride we are today releasing an important video that we received from the Brazilian Maoists. The video shows very impressively how the comrades celebrate the anniversary of the foundation of the Brazilian Communist Party (abbreviated “PCB” in Portuguese). The images and messages in the video are living proof of the brave advance of the Maoists in Brazil in the struggle for the reconstitution … Continue reading 98th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Communist Party of Brazil (P.C.B.)

A Nova Democracia: Harbinger of New Times

The following is a translation of the editorial “Prenúncios de novos tempos” from revolutionary Brazilian newspaper A Nova Democracia. During the tempestuous times which the world is going through, the massive protests that crossed the whole world like a powder fuse track were enough to move the oppressed of the Earth to shake the old imperialist order upside down. The spark was the broadcast torture … Continue reading A Nova Democracia: Harbinger of New Times

Day of Heroism – Common International Declaration

“We have prepared the following Common International Declaration for the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Parties and Organizations for the Day of Heroism in the current year, with the intention that they adhere to it. Due to the current difficulties in the ICM, which are obvious, we have taken the initiative to publicize the declaration hereby and await the prompt communication of the comrades from the different countries to … Continue reading Day of Heroism – Common International Declaration

Palestine: Thousands March in Opposition to West Bank Annexation

By Nélida Tello Last weekend, thousands of Palestinian Arabs as well as Jews marched in occupied Jaffa (referred to as Tel Aviv by the Israeli government) in opposition to Trump’s “Deal of the Century,” announced earlier this year. Trump’s plan would allow the annexation of illegal settlements and areas not yet occupied in the West Bank as well as control the Jordan Valley, encroaching on … Continue reading Palestine: Thousands March in Opposition to West Bank Annexation

Week in Struggle: May 29-June 11

Turkey On June 2, in the Ovacık district of Dersim, Turkey, Hasan Ataş, a TKP/ML-TİKKO guerrilla code-named Şerzan was killed in a clash with the Turkish army. The Politburo of the Central Committee of the TKP/ML released a statement commemorating the life and sacrifice of Ataş titled, “For those whose dreams are limitless, whose lives are infinite, whose struggles are relentless; Comrade Hasan Ataş is the … Continue reading Week in Struggle: May 29-June 11

Pittsburgh: Graffiti Commemorating Day of Heroism Found on Imperialist Monument

By Peter Cherry On the morning of May 25, police found graffiti and red paint on the World War I memorial known as “The Doughboy,” in Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh commemorating the Day of Heroism. The imperialist monument was painted with the phrase “June 19, 1986, Glory to the Day of Heroism” as well as multiple hammer and sickle symbols. The action corresponded with Memorial Day, an imperialist holiday commemorating its soldiers and plundering of … Continue reading Pittsburgh: Graffiti Commemorating Day of Heroism Found on Imperialist Monument