18 février 2012

Greetings to proletarians in struggle in Syria, Egypt, Tunisia... and all over the world!

Blood-Baath in Syria and proletarian direct action It was thirty years ago, in the city of Hama in Syria… On February 2nd, 1982, the population responded to calls for insurrection against the government, against misery and repression. The insurgents were joined by 150 officers of the army and seized control of the city; they destroyed centres of repression, they executed more than 300 mercenaries of the regime, as well as a first unit of paratroops sent to subdue the revolt. The state retaliated while besieging the city and bombing... [Lire la suite]
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01 juillet 2011

Contribution to the text about proletarian movement in Maghreb and Mashreq

Hello comrades! Here we are sending you some factual contribution to future translations of your new text about the current wave of class struggle in Maghreb and Mashreq to provide you with some examples of important actions of our class. All our sources are obtained only via internet, so we cannot really confirm all the informations. Most of sources are bourgeois media, so it is necessary to "read between the lines".We point out, what we see from the communist point of view as  important moments in the otherwise... [Lire la suite]
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18 avril 2011

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are? (in Arabic)

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are? (in Arabic)
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14 avril 2011

Against the dictatorship of the economy Long live the international revolt of the proletariat!

Against the dictatorship of the economy Long live the international revolt of the proletariat! What’s the difference between these revolts in the “Arab world” and the previous revolts in Latin America, in Greece or in French suburbs? Which difference can there be between the struggles of proletarians in Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Syria, Yemen… and in Bolivia, in China? They don’t have any different reasons, they don’t have any different enemy, and they don’t have any different perspectives. If they don’t break out yet... [Lire la suite]
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01 février 2011

Solidarity with the Egyptian revolution means taking a combatant position in the international class war

Already the army is organizing for a smooth transition from the rule of Mubarak to that of another character mask of capital, opposition is channeled into orderly police supervised gatherings making meaningless political demands. Imperialism gloats about another wave of democratic uprisings, just like those which lead to the fall of the Eastern Bloc, clearly hoping that the fall of the sclerotic dictatorships which encumber the Arab countries will leave the universal dictatorship of the market untouched. The epic making events... [Lire la suite]
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31 janvier 2011

Democracy crushes the proletariat in Egypt and everywhere

The mass arrests of looters in Egypt and the para-military self organization of petty bourgeois citizens for the protection of their ill gotten gains against the destitute majority, once again illustrates the heinous fraud that is every cross-class “popular” and “democratic” movement. To citizens intoxicated with bourgeois ideology’s normalization of commodity tyranny and human degradation, proletarians appropriating what they need is a crime and an act of provocation, which can only be explained by their being in the pay of the... [Lire la suite]
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