Sunday, March 26, 2017

Defend Comrade Gonzalo! Solidarity with PCP! Freedom for all political prisoners

We document an inofficial English translation of a call made by Revolutionärer Aufbau Bremen.

-Defend Comrade Gonzalo! Solidarity with PCP! Freedom for all political prisoners-
On Wednesday the 22nd of March there will be a rally in front of the Peruvian embassy in Berlin, Mohrenstraße 42, at 4 p.m. in solidarity with the Communist Party of Peru and Comrade Gonzalo.

Comrade Gonzalo has constructed the PCP according to the principles of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism and created the democratic-centralistic organised party for the Peruvian working class. As chairman of the PCP he has initiated the People’s War in the eighties. On 12/09/92 he was arrested in Lima and is since than in solitary confinement.

Comrade Gonzalo has always upheld the thought of the mass line. He is an Marxist-Leninist-Maoist and because of that he knows that the masses make history. Also he knows because of that, that there is the need of an organised vanguard, the Communist Party. That it is democratic-centralistic and has a leadership. As chairman of the PCP he was part of that leadership and was attacked, arrested and since than tortured with isolation as such.

As the PCP has communicated to the People’s Movement Peru the Comrade is deprived of an urgently needed doctor. They accept his death appropatory.

They aim for one but they hit all of us. The arrest and solitary confinement of Musa Asoglu in Hamburg, aims to weaken the revolutionary resistance in Germany an Turkey. The arrest of Comrade Saibaba in India aims to weaken the People’s War there. House searches all over Germany aim to intimidate us before the G20. The murder of Gonzalo in the Peruvian jail aims to weaken the reconstitution of the PCP.

Come to Berlin tomorrow to the Peruvian embassy. Show that we won’t be intimidated! Show that we are standing together with all comrades holding the weapon in their hands!
Freedom for all political prisoners!
Long live the People’s War in Peru!

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