Friday, June 11, 2021

joint declarationof marxist-leninist-maoist communists Italy/Tunis

Joint Declaration

The Maoist Communists of Italy and Tunisia in the tenth anniversary of the popular revolt that at the cry of Work, Freedom and National Dignity has overturned the Ben Ali regime, greet the continue 10 years long struggle that has been waging for Tunisians workers and popular masses that have never forgotten these objectives by continuing to pursue them in a context of gradual reactionary restoration from the local bureaucratic and comprador bourgeoisie and  landlords since the aftermath of the revolt.

This year in January a new generation of youth inflamed the cities of the country and besieged  the Parliament moved by the same reasons for their older brothers and sisters ten years before: the unemployment rate has increased as well as inflation and goods prices of first necessity, the old bureaucratic and comprador bourgeoisie and landlords remained in power by continuing to sell both the resources of the country and the rights of workers conquered in decades of struggle and adhering to the privatization and deregulation plans indicated by imperialist agencies as IMF and BM.

In this context, Italian imperialism explicitly supports this plan of reforms that increasingly impovering the Tunisian people and is at the forefront of economic penetration in the country through direct investments aimed at the occaparity of production activities and existing resources as well as the low cost exploitation of the Tunisian workforce.

In particular, in the last decade efforts have intensified to increase their presence in the country, which has always been considered by the Italian bourgeoisie as a southern expansion area together with Libya.
In Italian companies in Tunisia the masters make profits enjoying legal privileges while workers are  keep in illegal and underpaid work, a boss fascism  has in place according to which workers are not allowed to set up the union and they are prevented to do it using gangs or, as recently happened in Kairouan ,the master himself attacked his workers.

Tunisian working class responds by the struggle against all of that, as a direct effect of the struggle, the Italian oil giant Eni has threatened to leave the country by asking for greater guarantees for their profits, the government has granted it letting Eni to develop renewable energy sources in the framework of the rhetoric of "Sustainable development"and of the Green Economy.

Italian imperialism also attempts to extend its de facto borders in Tunisia, using the antimigrant agreements: in recent years members of the Italian Government have regularly went to the country to tighten these agreements with which the Tunisian regime is supported with money and material means to the local coast guard on the one hand, and pressures to outsource the Italian and European borders up to the territorial waters and the country's mainland with the excuse of braking immigration from them called "illegal" on the other hand.
In this context a small Italian military contingent of trainers and consultants stationed  in the country since 2019.

The Maoist Communists of Italy and Tunisia affirm:

The need to actively support the struggles of  Tunisian workers and popular masses against the neocolonial policies of impoverishment of the country and the looting of national resources of which Italian imperialism is an active part.

To fight European antimigratory policies in general and Italian and at the same time supporting the struggles of foreign workers and migrants in both countries.

Only the New Democracy Revolution with the strategy of the People War can guarantee work for proletarians and peasants, freedom for the Tunisian people and national dignity for the country!

Long live the struggle of the proletarians and peoples of the world!

Long live proletarian internationalism!

Elkadehines Party - Tunisia

maoist Communist Party - Italy

 Comunicato congiunto


I comunisti maoisti di Italia e Tunisia nel decimo anniversario della Rivolta Popolare che al grido di Lavoro, Libertà e Dignità Nazionale ha rovesciato il regime di Ben Ali, salutano la lotta senza sosta dei lavoratori e delle masse popolari tunisine che in questi 10 anni non hanno mai dimenticato tali obiettivi continuando a perseguirli in un contesto di graduale restaurazione imposta dalla borghesia burocratica e compradora e dai proprietari terrieri già dall'indomani della rivolta.

Quest'anno a gennaio una nuova generazione di giovani ha infiammato le città del paese e assediato il parlamento, mossi dalle stesse ragioni dei loro fratelli e sorelle maggiori dieci anni prima: il tasso di disoccupazione è aumentato così come l'inflazione e i prezzi dei beni di prima necessità, la vecchia borghesia burocratica e compradora e i proprietari terrieri sono rimasti al potere continuando a svendere sia le risorse del paese che i diritti dei lavoratori conquistati in decenni di lotta e aderendo ai piani di privatizzazione e deregulation indicati dalle agenzie imperialiste come FMI e BM.

In questo contesto l'imperialismo italiano sostiene esplicitamente questo piano di riforme che impoverisce sempre più il popolo tunisino ed è in prima linea nella penetrazione economica nel paese tramite investimenti diretti volti all'accaparramento delle attività produttive e risorse esistenti nonchè allo sfruttamento a basso costo della forza lavoro tunisina.

In particolare nell'ultimo decennio ha intensificato gli sforzi per incrementare la propria presenza nel paese, da sempre considerato dalla borghesia italiana come zona di espansione meridionale insieme alla Libia.
Nelle aziende italiane in Tunisia i padroni fanno profitti godendo di privilegi legali mentre i lavoratori sono assunti in nero e sottopagati, vige un fascismo padronale secondo il quale non si permette ai lavoratori di costituire il sindacato e lo si impedisce con l'utilizzo di picchiatori o, come avvenuto recentemente a Kairouan è stato il padrone stesso ad aggredire delle lavoratrici.

A tutto ciò la classe operaia tunisina risponde con combattività tantè che il colosso petrolifero italiano ENI ha minacciato di lasciare il paese chiedendo maggiori garanzie per i propri profitti, il governo gli ha accordato lo sviluppo di fonti di energia rinnovabili nel quadro della retorica dello "sviluppo sostenibile" e della green economy.

L'imperialismo italiano inoltre tenta di estendere le proprie frontiere de facto in Tunisia, utilizzando gli accordi antimigranti: negli ultimi anni membri del governo italiano si sono recati regolarmente nel paese per stringere tali accordi con cui da un lato si sostiene il regime tunisino con finanziamenti e mezzi alla guardia costiera locale, dall'altro si fa pressione per esternalizzare le frontiere italiane ed europee fino alle acque territoriali e alla terraferma del paese con la scusa di frenare l'immigrazione da loro definita "illegale". In questo contesto un piccolo contingente militare italiano di addestratori e consulenti è presente nel paese dal 2019.

I comunisti maoisti di Italia e Tunisia affermano:

la necessità di sostenere attivamente le lotte dei lavoratori e delle masse popolari tunisine contro le politiche neocoloniali di impoverimento del paese e di razzia delle risorse nazionali di cui l'imperialismo italiano è parte attiva.

di combattere le politiche antimigratorie europee in generale ed italiane e allo stesso tempo di sostenere le lotte dei lavoratori stranieri e dei migranti in entrambi i paesi.

Solo la Rivoluzione di Nuova Democrazia con la strategia della guerra di popolo può garantire Lavoro per proletari e contadini, Libertà per il popolo tunisino e Dignità Nazionale per il paese!

Viva la lotta dei proletari e dei popoli del mondo!

Viva l'internazionalismo proletario!

Partito Comunista maoista - Italia

Partito degli Elkadehines (lavoratori più sfruttati n.d.t.) - Tunisia



Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Gün Politik, Dünyadan Panorama ve Makale – 30.05.2021 (Pazar


États-Unis : Manifestations suite à la mort d’un homme noir tué par la police à Minneapolis


Jeudi 3 juin, Winston Boogie Smith Jr., un homme noir de 32 ans a été tué par balle par une équipe de US-marshals venue pour l’arrêter. Depuis lors, les manifestant·es sont descendu·es dans les rues de Minneapolis pour protester contre le meurtre. Au cours de ces quatre jours consécutifs de manifestation, des affrontements avec la police ont éclaté et du mobilier urbain a été incendié. Au moins neuf personnes ont été arrêtées pour “suspicion d’émeutes, d’agression, d’incendie criminel et de dommages matériels”.

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Manifestations suite à la mort d'un homme noir tué lors de son arrestation à Minneapolis


Palestine: Affrontement après la libération d’une militante


Des manifestants palestiniens ont affronté la police israélienne à Jérusalem, après la libération de la célèbre militante Mona el-Kurd. Cette jeune femme de 23 ans, ainsi que son frère jumeau Mohammed, mènent quotidiennement en anglais et en arabe une intense campagne sur les réseaux sociaux pour sensibiliser l’opinion aux expulsions de familles palestiniennes dans leur quartier de Cheikh Jarrah, situé dans la partie de Jérusalem annexée par Israël. C’est dimanche que la police israélienne avait arrêté la militante pour “troubles à l’ordre public”, à son domicile. Les manifestants se réjouissaient de la libération quand la police les a dispersé avec des grenades à gaz et des grenades assourdissantes, déclenchant les affrontements. Mohammed Al Kurd, qui compte 550.000 abonnés sur instagram, est toujours retenu par les forces d’occupation


Austin: Activists Rally for George Floyd, May Uprisings, Victims of Police and Reactionary Violence

 

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By Josefina Morales

On May 29, activists and community members commemorated the one-year anniversary of the police murder of George Floyd as well as the massive wave of rebellion and protest sparked by his killing, known as the May Uprisings, by marching through the streets of downtown Austin and rallying at the Texas Capitol. Demonstrators also honored both Alex Gonzales Jr., who was murdered by Austin police this year, and Garrett Foster, killed by US Army Sergeant Daniel Perry last July.

“When George Floyd was murdered, we had to watch [Derek Chauvin] for eight minutes sitting on his neck,” one activist said over the megaphone, “And did people just sit there? No! They set the Minneapolis Police Department on fire! And that fire was the fire that sparked the rebellion in the United States that has raised George Floyd’s name up all across the world.”

At the Texas Capitol, several activists spoke on the murders of Gonzales and Foster, calling for the conviction of their killers. In the case of Gonzales, this meant the prosecution of Austin Police Department (APD) officers Gabriel Gutierrez and Luis Serrato. Speakers also emphasized the necessity of overthrowing US imperialism as the means of fighting for the liberation of oppressed peoples in the US and around the world.

“And to do that, we have to start organizing, we have to start marching, we have to start studying, we have to start reading theory, and we have to start applying that to change our conditions,” one activist said in a speech to the crowd.

Activists, including some from the Palestine Solidarity Committee, connected the struggle in the US with the heroic resistance of the Palestinian people, with those in attendance shouting, “From ATX to Palestine, fists up to the sky!”

A spokeswoman for the revolutionary organization Popular Women’s Movement spoke about the women who have been murdered by the police, like Sandra Bland and Breonna Taylor, “We working class people, working women, we need to unite, and get organized, and fight for socialism and revolution!”

Continuing a strategy of increased and overt surveillance of progressive marches, several police filmed the protesters with large cameras, while protesters from a nearby abortion rights rally used their signs to block the police line of sight in solidarity.

After paying their respects to Foster as they passed his memorial at 4th and Congress Ave., the demonstrators reconvened at Austin City Hall, where there is an ongoing occupation protesting the reinstatement of the reactionary anti-homeless camping ban. Protesters spoke about supporting the homeless in the face of heightened police and reactionary repression.

The march ended with the crowd chanting slogans like, “Fists Up! Fight Back!” and “Long Live the May Uprisings!”

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Colombia - 8 y 9 De Junio: La Juventud Estudiantil Revolucionaria Sigue Combatiendo Contra los Opresores

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8 y 9 De Junio: La Juventud Estudiantil Revolucionaria Sigue Combatiendo Contra los Opresores 1

El 8 y 9 de junio de 2021, se conmemora el Día del Estudiante Revolucionario en Colombia. Este año destacamos la combatividad de los estudiantes del pueblo que participan del Paro Nacional, iniciado el pasado 28 de abril y que desnudó aún más el carácter terrorista del Estado burgués-terrateniente, hoy dirigido por el régimen uribista mafioso, en cabeza del presidente títere Iván Duque.

El 8 de junio de 1929, se realizó una manifestación estudiantil en rechazo a la masacre de los obreros huelguistas, cometida por el gobierno conservador y clerical de Miguel Abadía Méndez en las plantaciones de banano de Ciénaga Magdalena, el 5 y 6 de diciembre del 1928. La respuesta del gobierno conservador a la manifestación pacífica, fue reprimir a sangre y fuego, dando como resultado la muerte del estudiante de la Universidad Nacional, Gonzalo Bravo Pérez.

Desde ese día se conmemora el Día del Estudiante Revolucionario o Caído, y fue precisamente en medio de esas manifestaciones que el 9 de junio de 1954, nuevamente la Policía Nacional, bajo órdenes, esta vez del dictador Rojas Pinilla, abrió fuego contra los estudiantes y asesinó al joven Uriel Gutiérrez, lo que provocó multitudinarias manifestaciones de parte de estudiantes de universidades públicas y privadas, que fueron recibidas por el Batallón Colombia del criminal Ejército Nacional, que regresaba de la guerra de Corea, y que asesinó a los estudiantes Álvaro Gutiérrez Góngora, Hernando Ospina López, Jaime Pacheco Mora, Hugo León Velásquez, Hernando Morales, Elmo Gómez Lucich (peruano, activista de la juventud comunista), Jaime Moore Ramírez, Rafael Chávez Matallana y Carlos J. Grisales. Sin embargo, se sabe que el saldo total de estudiantes asesinados superó los veinte, una masacre perpetrada nuevamente contra la juventud.

Reconocemos el valor con que los estudiantes del pueblo han luchado contra el Estado burgués- terrateniente, siendo hoy, algunos de ellos, los que ofrendan su vida en la lucha contra el mafioso y asesino régimen uribista, que responde a balazos frente a las justas reivindicaciones del pueblo colombiano. En general, es la juventud –desempleada, estudiantil, obrera- la protagonista de las grandes luchas del pueblo contra sus centenarios enemigos. Y dentro de esa combativa juventud, cumplen un papel muy importante los estudiantes rebeldes y comprometidos con los intereses de las masas populares, los que han puesto su conocimiento al servicio del pueblo en diferentes aspectos como por ejemplo, primeros auxilios, consultoría jurídica para ayudar a los detenidos, asistencia psicológica, entre otros; como también, ha sido evidente su compromiso en las Primeras Líneas que combaten cara a cara con las fuerzas asesinas de este podrido Estado narcoparamilitar.

¡La sangre derramada, jamás será olvidada! Y los estudiantes del pueblo tienen la misión de luchar por conquistar, en medio de todas las exigencias del pueblo hechas al tambaleante régimen uribista, una educación gratuita, científica y al servicio del pueblo.

Los estudiantes más comprometidos con la causa popular, están llamados a prestarle atención a la Campaña de Organización emprendida por la UOC (mlm) para engrosar sus filas y así, comprometerse realmente con la construcción del Partido político del proletariado, dispositivo estratégico necesario para organizar la Revolución Socialista, única garantía que tienen las masas laboriosas de que los jóvenes y los estudiantes puedan poner al servicio de la sociedad su conocimiento y práctica para hacer avanzar en diferentes terrenos la futura sociedad dirigida por los obreros y campesinos.