Monday, September 24, 2018

26 anos 24 septiembre 1992 - 24 septiembre 2018 - 'discurso en la jaula' del Presidente Gonzalo


Em defesa da saúde e do pensamento


 

Histórico discurso del Presidente Gonzalo


24 de septiembre de 1992


¡Camaradas del Partido Comunista del Perú!

¡Combatientes del Ejército Guerrillero Popular!

¡Pueblo peruano!:


Vivimos momentos históricos, cada uno sabe que es así, no nos engañemos. Debemos en estos momentos poner en tensión todas las fuerzas para enfrentar las dificultades y seguir cumpliendo con nuestras tareas. Y ¡conquistar las metas!; ¡los éxitos! ¡La victoria! Eso hay que hacer.

Nosotros estamos aquí como hijos del pueblo y estamos combatiendo en estas trincheras, que son también trincheras de combate y lo hacemos porque ¡somos comunistas!, Porque nosotros defendemos aquí los intereses del pueblo, los principios del Partido, la Guerra Popular, 
¡Eso es lo que hacemos, lo estamos haciendo y seguiremos haciendo!

Nosotros estamos aquí en estas circunstancias; unos piensan que es una gran derrota, ¡sueñan!, les decimos sigan soñando. Es simplemente un recodo, nada más, ¡un recodo en el camino!. 
El camino es largo y con ese llegaremos, y, ¡triunfaremos! ¡Ustedes lo verán! ¡Ustedes lo verán!

Oslo Norway - for SAIBABA 22 september

Oslo: Røde solidaritetsaktivister gjennomførte solidaritetsdag lørdag 22. september for den politiske fangen G. N. Saibaba.

Canada - 1 october BOYKOTT!


L'immagine può contenere: testo

Manipur University under siege!


Manipur University da Manipur leingakna ahingda landa chathakhiba adubu yaningdaba phongdoktuna India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Philippine and Manipur gi tongan tonganba Students Organization Mapal-na JOINT STATEMENT ama thoklakli. Apunba cherol asida Manipur gi oina Socialist Students Union of Manipur-SSUM kouba lup ama yaori. Manipur meeyam soidana wakhal khanthabiba matam youre, Honglakliba khongchat asida eikhoigi ihougi khongchatsu hongba chumle.

the prolonged campaign of MFPR and SRP Italy for Nadia Lioce - Red Brigade's prisoners

- DALLE IMMAGINI, LA LUNGA E ARTICOLATA CAMPAGNA MFPR E SRP PER NADIA LIOCE E I PRIGIONIERI POLITICI RIVOLUZIONARI

Presidi al Tribunale de L'Aquila ad ogni udienza 
del processo per Nadia Lioce 

24 novembre 2017
4 maggio 2018


Davanti al carcere de L'Aquila 
dove è rinchiusa Nadia Lioce
24 novembre 2017 
4 maggio 2018

Il 4 maggio giornata di presidi in varie città
per portare ai lavoratori, alle donne,
la denuncia della repressione, del carcere e
l'appello alla solidarietà proletaria

Taranto
Palermo
Bergamo
La lunga ed estesa campagna di raccolta firme 
nei banchetti e on line. 
Raccolte finora circa 2700 firme e messaggi 

 Taranto, raccolta firme al Tribunale
Nella manifestazione al carcere di Poggioreale
la forte denuncia delle condizioni di Nadia e 
dei prigionieri politici rivoluzionari

L'assemblea a Napoli del Mfpr e Mensa Occupata 
con compagni del CS, rappresentanti detenuti,
avvocati

La battaglia per la libertà di Nadia Lioce portata 
nella grande manifestazione delle donne del 25 novembre 2017


Anche a Parigi nella manifestazione per G. I. Abdallah
del 23 giugno 2018 "Libérons Nadia Lioce!" 

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Chile 11/09: Marx y los dos tipos de violencia - FERP



En el marco de la conmemoración de los 200 años del natalicio de Carlos Marx, es esencial saludar los aportes que le entregó al proletariado y el pueblo en general, a través de textos como el Manifiesto Comunista, donde este jefe proletario entrega el programa de la clase, cuya primera frase dice “La historia de todas las sociedades que han existido hasta nuestros días es la historia de las luchas de clases (…) opresores y oprimidos se enfrentaron siempre”, y termina con que los objetivos de los comunistas “solo pueden ser alcanzados derrocando por la violencia el orden existente”.
Así es como dos violencias se enfrentan en la lucha de clases: la violencia reaccionaria, aquella que ejercen las clases opresoras contra el pueblo para perpetrar su dominación, y la violencia revolucionaria, aquella ejercida por los oprimidos que surge de la rabia contra los opresores y que de manera organizada los irá golpeando hasta derrocarlos.
En los 17 años que duró la Junta Militar Fascista, pudimos observar cómo desde el régimen militar se aplicaba la más despiadada y miserable violencia reaccionaria, violando, torturando, desapareciendo y asesinando a cualquiera que se opusiera y luchara contra el régimen del tirano. Por su parte, el Pueblo resistía heroicamente aplicando la violencia revolucionaria, levantándose en armas para derrocar este régimen, demostrando con hechos que la violencia es partera de la historia y que en medio de la lucha de clases se toma posición por la reaccionaria o la revolucionaria.
Han pasado 20 años desde el cambio de régimen y la violencia reaccionaria la sigue ejerciendo el Estado, ahora disfrazada de “democracia”, a través de todo su aparato militar y policial que reprime al pueblo mapuche y al pueblo chileno. Aún tortura, desaparece y asesina a hijos e hijas del pueblo, como Macarena Valdés, Juan Pablo Jiménez, Manuel Gutiérrez, Alex Lemún y tantos más.
También así, la violencia revolucionaria del pueblo brota a lo largo de todo el país en respuesta a la explotación y por su derrocamiento, sobre todo, donde más hay opresión, como en el Wallmapu, Quinteros, poblaciones como La Victoria, Villa Francia, Lo Hermida, etc.
Por esto, cada 11 de septiembre, más que recordar con tristeza y pesimismo a los caídos en lucha durante la Junta Militar Fascista, es importante tomar su ejemplo de valentía y arrojo, defendiendo la necesidad de la violencia revolucionaria por justicia para los y las familiares de detenidos asesinados y desaparecidos, por cadena para los torturadores, y para acabar de una vez por todas con la opresión de nuestro pueblo, lo cual solo se logrará con la Revolución en nuestro país.

India After Naxalbari: Unfinished History by Bernard D'Mello - for debate


By Harsh Thakor
HAIL THIS GREAT WORK BY BERNARD D'MELLOW ON INDIA POST-NAXALBARI WHICH WILL CARVE A PERMANENT NICHE AMONGST THE BOOKS ON THE IMPACT OF AN EVENT THAT SHAPED THE DESTINY OF INDIA MORE THAN ANYONE!

I recommend everyone to read this classic book titled "India-50 after Naxalbari" by Bernard D'Mellow that most analytically assesses the impact of Naxalbari, Maoist movement and emergence of fascism in India. It does ample justice to the genuine revolutionary movements of India particularly that of the Maoists and most illustratively and vividly describes the ruthlessness of capitalism in India and the hypocrisy of secularism and democracy. Salute this great piece of work by Bernard D'Mellow. Hope readers will help circulate and publicize it. A major contribution to igniting the flame and enriching the treasury of works of the legendary Naxalbari movement that turned the destiny of india more than any event. Bernard does ample justice to the heroic struggle even if critical of the Maoists and proves the revolutionary democratic essence of the movement. Very deeply penetrates the merciless exploitation of the capitalist classes and the inequality. In great detail he summarizes how dictatorial or autocratic the Indian state has behaved which he accurately terms as semi-fascist and how the rights of dalits and minorities have been trampled. He explains how fascism can permeate even through the parliamentary system incorporating bourgeois parliamentary institutions of power and political parties. Also vividly describes the ruthless attacks waged by the police-corporate-government combine on various sections of the working class and their heroic uprisings. The book does great justice to the historical movements of the peasantry from pre-independence era. Summarizes post-1991 liberalization and globalization with great depth and the consolidation of Hindutva fascsim. The book gives a great insight into what the future of India could be. Hope book is circulated well abroad. I feel it can reach out to even those not so familiar with leftist politics. The work is a thorn in the flesh for the Hindu saffron brigade and pro-cooperate intellectuals, shimmering the torch of truth. Significant book launch was held in the very egg of imperialism-'Mumbai' where many a journalist has become a mere pawn or tool in the hands of the corporates. Salute Bernard for his most intellectual and courageous effort when the Hindutva ideology and pro-corporate policies are tightening their noose on genuine people's movements as never before.

He has virtually devoted 2 chapters doing justice to the great achievements of the Maoists and the mass organizations led by them. He makes a balanced appraisal of the erstwhile C.P.I.(M.L.) Peoples War Group narrating how if any revolutionary democracy was attained in tribal regions it was because of their sustained struggle. Also highlighted the importance of Ambedkar and importance of studying caste movement. He has revealed great originality in his thinking and most significantly touched on neglected aspect of revolutionary humanism. A great piece of research from a historical point of view. Book is divided into 10 chapters like an epic novel with each chapter a logical sequel to the previous one. Chapter 1 on 'Naxalite Spring thunder phase' where he recounts the history of the naxalbari uprising. Chapter 2-'1968 India as history'. he recounts the brutal state repression unleashed. Chapter 3-'Unequal Development and evolution of the ruling bloc' describing the principal undeveloped capitalism highlighting the state-corporate nexus. Chapter 4-'Naxalite Spring thunder phase11' narrating the events from 1978-2003 doing describing the mass movements of the Maoists in light of worker-peasant alliance and women liberation. Chapter 5-'India 1989' which sums up the financial autocracy and phenomenal disparity prevailing in total contrast to progressive capitalism. 'Chapter 6' The far'-India's rotten liberal democracy narrates how fundamental rights are violated and how it is an integral part of the bourgeois Indian state and how parliamentary democracy only protected the vested interests. Chapter 7-'Maoist,Spring Thunder phase 3' studies the movement after the formation of the C.P.I.(Maoist) throwing light on the guerrilla army Chapter 8-'Rotten at the heart -Secular state' vividly describes how essentially the state violates the rights of minorities being responsible for some of the bloodiest communal riots ever perpetrating violence on Sikhs and Muslims. Chapter 9 -'Little man ,What now' sums up the semi-fascist nature of the Modi regime and the aspect of sub-imperialism. Here he draws an analogy of the Nazi regime of 1930's with the Hindu fascist agenda. Chapter 10-In "History. memory and dreams' he elaborates the concept of New Democracy in term of it's  workability.

Arguably there were flaws on his describing India as backward capitalist instead of semi-feudal as well as underestimating potential of protracted peoples War. He may have been over-critical of the Maoist actions in Jungal mahal in Lalgarh against CPM .There is also hardly any mention of the positive work of other revolutionary streams like T. Nagi Reddy or Chandra Pulla Reddy groups and hardly any depth in reviewing crucial aspects of weakness in massline which prevent genuine base areas developing. Hardly reflects deep understanding of the conditions prevailing in India that are subjectively suitable for launching protracted peoples War and the Comprador nature of the state.

In the book launch held in Mumbai press club hall on September 18th the author beautifully introduced the topic narrating all the important aspects of his book and what prompted him to write it. Professor Manoranjan Mohanty very accurately described how authoritarian state was becoming when even compared to emergency period and contrasted the Indian brand of semi-feudalism or landlordism to that of pre-Socialist China. He also summed up the impact of the Naxalbari movement on all walks of life. John Mage of Monthly review in great detail explained how The Nazis stole the reichstag soon after gaining power threw parliamentary means and made an analogy with the current BJP government and it's ideology. He narrated the similarity with how the 5 intellectuals were branded as plotting against the prime minister. He praised the book as an outstanding reference to any researcher creating solid ground for taking the oppressive policies of the state to task. The meeting was chaired by Stephen Rego ,a former leader of Naujwan Bharat Sabha in Maharashtra. It was addressed by Bernard de Mellow, Professor Manoranjan Mohanty and John Mage. It concluded with a good question and answer session. Although only about 70 people attended it was qualitatively an event of great relevance when fascism is at it's helm. I recommend everyone to see the YouTube.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=20&v=OosXRR9BPgc or see it below.

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