Monday, May 23, 2022

Italy: interest and participation also on the part of democrats in the international solidarity campaign and for the release of political prisoners in India

Spett. ministro degli esteri, on.Luigi Di Maio    

Pc.:  spett. Presidente del Consiglio, on.Mario Draghi 
pc.: spett. ministro dell’Interno, on.Luciana Lamorgese, 
pc.: Spett. ministro della Cultura, on.Dario Franceschini,                            
Pc.: Spett. Presidente del Senato, on. Maria Elisabetta Alberti Castellati
Pc.: spett. Presidente della Camera dei deputati, on.Roberto Fico

Oggetto: donne indiane prigioniere politiche

I address you, on. Luigi Di Maio, because you have just been to India and you could speak with the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Damodardas Modi. However, I hope that all the concerned authorities can take an interest in the problem. I recently participated in a conference in Milan which talked about the many women who are political prisoners in India, where a fierce and widespread repression is carried out to impose economic interests at the expense of thr right to life of the Adivasi indigenous peoples and Dalit caste.

In recent years, especially in 2021, the extermination policy of female prisoners and political prisoners intensificated. Repression and imprisonment multiplied, as well as the reports about sexual assaults and violence against female prisoners. A real extermination is taking place in India under the silence of the media and with the complicity of all countries, including Italy.
Big Indian and transnational corporations, supported by the central government, wage war on the Adivasi populations, through military and paramilitary forces, to force them to abandon their homeland and build there devastating mines and factories.
The most affected by this repression are above all women, who fight in the front line against class and caste injustice, against discrimination and sexual violence, against racist laws and ethnic cleansing, against the militarization of villages, privatization and the exploitation of natural resources by multinationals to which the government sells off not only the territory, but also the Adivasi people who live there, forcing them to abandon their ancestral lands.
This repression is particularly raging against women, combining the violence of police and army guns with rapes and sexual torture, used as weapons of war.
In the last decade, 477 women have died in the prison. Today thousands of women are languishing in prisons, suffering in human conditions, framed in false cases, raped and tortured by police officers. Police mounted a huge number of false cases to hit the women who had been active in the movement to defend natural in all the states of the Indian subcontinent. Social activists like Soni Sori and Sudha Bharadwaj, forest rights activists like Sukalo Gond, Rajkumari, Kismatiya, women from Narmada Bachao, Andeolan women in Kudankulam, Adivasi women, cultural activists like Sheetal Sathe are among the many who continue to be persecuted daily by the Indian government because they continue struggling for the survival of the marginalized Adivasis and Dalit caste communities.
In addition to physical and sexual violence, women in prison are systematically discriminated against compared to men in terms of access to education and health care, the food and their specific health and hygiene needs related to the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, nutrition of childern. In fact, many women live in prison with their children, often conceived following the rapes they suffered in custody. (see “Women in Resistance, Women in Prison”. Delhi, 01/18/19: https://cjp.org.in/women-prisoners-recount-jail-horror-stories/).

I am confident that you, Hon. Luigi Di Maio, and all the addressed authorities may intervene in the manner you feel most appropriate and effective.

Best regards

Amalia Navoni, former councilor of zone 8, Milan.

PS: I also got this information from the “India prigione dei popoli, libertà per tutte le prigioniere politiche” https://femminismorivoluzionario.blogspot.com

Thursday, May 19, 2022

proletari comunisti italy - new issue


 

long live the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the TKP/ML,




The TKP/ML founded by Ibraim Kayppakaya represents a milestone of the International Communist Movement, resulting from the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution led by Mao Tsetung.

Its history has always been a reference, a heritage and a wealth of experience for the entire international communist movement in the world and the MLM communists in Italy.

Years of common struggle against imperialism, reaction and fascism; years of revolutionary respect salute to the martyrs of the Turkish revolution; years of solidarity with heroic political and war prisoners in their irreducible struggle against the fascist state servant of imperialism in Turkey.


Today we support TKP/ML based of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, the way of people's war, the New Democratic revolution and the socialist revolution that will lead the Turkish proletariat to power and liberate the oppressed masses of Kurdistan from the domination of the Turkish bourgeoisie. and imperialism


We are  for the international unity of Marxist-Leninist-Maoist Parties and Organizations in the world and for a new international organization which, on the basis of the summation of the negative and positive things of the Internationalist Revolutionary Movement (RIM), will give our movement a new international center of leadership, coordination and unity in action.

We are for the two lines struggle that will establish the invincibility of mlm in theory and practice.

We are for the united front of the proletarians and oppressed masses against imperialism and the imperialist war.


We welcome your 50th anniversary and wish you give a contribution along this path.


LONG LIVE THE  TKP/ML!

HONOR AND GLORY TO IBRAIM KAYPPAKAYA!

LONG LIVE PROLETARIAN INTERNATIONALISM!


Maoist Communist Party in Italy


may 2022

 

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Italy - 20 may - a general strike against imperialist war in Ucraine and war'economy organised from the classist trade unions !

 the first and the most important action of workers and proletarians in the imperialist countries!

       info SLAICOBAS per il sindacato di classe - trade union guided from PCm Italy !

It cannot exist marxist-leninist-maoist party in imperialist countries without workers' political and economic struggle against bourgeoisie,his State and government!

 


Milano P.za Cairoli ore 9,30
Roma P.za della Repubblica ore 10,30
Napoli p,zza Municipio ore 17.00
Messina P.za Unità d’Italia ore 10,00
Palermo P.za Massimo ore 10,00
Catania Via Etnea ang. Via prefettura ore 10,00
Cagliari Via Torino – presso Comando Militare Sardegna
Bologna P.za XX Settembre ore 10,30
Venezia Alle Zattere di Venezia in fondamenta dei Gesuiti, ore 10,00
Firenze P.za Adua ore 10,30
Pisa P.za XX Settembre ore 9,00
Torino P.za Arturo Graf ore 10,00
Genova L.go Pertini ore 10,30
La Spezia via Vittorio Veneto,2 ore 10,30
Monfalcone - Presidio davanti Fin Cantieri ore 16,00
Reggio Emilia - Porta Santa Croce - Via Roma 0re 10,00
Trieste - presidio P.zza della Borsa ore 10.30 - 13,30
Taranto presidio Prefettura via Anfiteatro ore 9.00

L'aquila - Italy Imperialist state wants to process actions and demostrations of MFPR and Red Proletarian Relief for the freedom of Nadia Lioce

 PCm Italy info

Oggi processo a L'Aquila a 31 compagne e compagni che avevano manifestato contro la tortura del 41bis e la persecuzione di Nadia Lioce

Oggi, 18 maggio 2022. al Tribunale di L’Aquila, si tiene l’udienza, con giudizio immediato, nei confronti di una trentina di compagne e compagni raggiunti dal decreto penale di condanna, per aver manifestato, il 24 novembre 2017, contro la tortura del 41 bis e l’accanimento vessatorio dell’amministrazione penitenziaria nei confronti della prigioniera politica Nadia Lioce.

Quel giorno infatti si teneva la terza udienza di un processo alla detenuta, accusata di aver turbato la quiete di un carcere che l’ha sepolta viva, attraverso una serie di “battiture” delle sbarre con una bottiglietta di plastica.

La protesta della Lioce ebbe luogo da marzo a settembre 2015, in seguito alla sottrazione di documenti e atti giudiziari dalla sua cella, e si interruppe quando questi le vennero restituiti. Oltre a comminarle una settantina di provvedimenti disciplinari, fu trascinata a processo per essersi opposta a un decreto penale di condanna con cui si pretendeva il risarcimento dei “danni” arrecati al blindo da una bottiglietta di plastica.

Quel processo, e la mobilitazione conseguente, scoperchiarono un vero e proprio vaso di Pandora, da cui fuoriuscirono prepotentemente tutti i mali del regime speciale. Un regime che vieta l’uso della parola, lo studio, la lettura, la scrittura, il confronto con gli altri, cosicché lo stesso reato per cui Nadia Lioce veniva perseguita si configurava come un reato impossibile. E infatti fu assolta.

Ma Nadia Lioce è ancora in 41 bis e chi aveva protestato contro un regime indegno di uno stato di diritto, viene oggi trascinato a processo, sulla base di una legge fascista e politica (art. 18 comma V del RD del 18 giugno 1931), come politico è il silenzio assordante sulle torture e i massacri nelle carceri, usate come vere e proprie discariche sociali e soprattutto come deterrente delle lotte sociali.

Per questo anche il nostro processo sarà un processo politico, e in occasione dell’inizio dell’udienza, invitiamo tutte e tutti a partecipare alla conferenza stampa al Bistrò L’altra Elodia, di fronte al Tribunale dell’Aquila, il 18 maggio alle ore 10:00, per riprendere la parola e la critica contro un sistema politico che fa della repressione poliziesca e della barbarie del carcere, gli strumenti principali per il controllo sociale.

Nodo aquilano del Movimento Femminista Proletario Rivoluzionario e del Soccorso rosso proletario

SRI LANKA: Con revuelta popular cae Primer Ministro en Sri Lanka (Revolución Obrera-Colombia)


Con revuelta popular cae Primer Ministro en Sri Lanka 1

Sri Lanka es un país insular ubicado al sur de la India en el Océano Índico, con una población de aproximadamente 22 millones de habitantes y compuesto por varias nacionalidades, sobre todo la mayoría cingaleses y una minoría Tamil.

Más de 1000 organizaciones, en su mayoría sindicales, convocaron un paro nacional a comienzo de mayo como respuesta a la grave situación de hambre que vive la mayoría de la población. El 6 de mayo fue un día clave en las jornadas de lucha; el transporte, los servicios públicos, la mayoría de empresas privadas, las escuelas, colegios y universidades, toda la economía del país se detuvo en una jornada que los medios de comunicación reportaron como la más grande de Sri Lanka en los últimos años.

Así lo reportan los camaradas de la Liga Revolucionaria Maoísta de Sri

Lankahttps://liberationbase.wordpress.com/

Ha comenzado una serie de protestas en toda la isla contra el régimen dictatorial, corrupto y fascista de Rajapaksa. La economía de Sri Lanka se encuentra actualmente en un profundo abismo. Los precios de los bienes y servicios han subido tanto que ni siquiera se pueden satisfacer las necesidades básicas de la población del país. La rupia se ha depreciado y el dólar ha subido sin control y las reservas de divisas del país han creado una enorme catástrofe económica con un déficit sin precedentes.

El régimen dictatorial de Rajapaksa y sus secuaces están atrapados en la trampa de la deuda del imperialismo, lo que obliga a los partidos representados en el parlamento, a los partidos políticos lacayos y opresores de la oposición, a saquear despiadadamente la mano de obra y los recursos naturales de Sri Lanka, obligados por los acuerdos económicos a explotar las industrias con los imperialistas estadounidenses, chinos y los expansionistas indios que lo están haciendo como precursores.

INDIA: Protesta en Silger, Bastar contra la presencia de un campamento policial - info ICSPWI

INDIA: Protesta en Silger, Bastar contra la presencia de un campamento policial



El 12 de mayo de 2021 es una fecha  importante en la lucha del movimiento popular de Dandakaranya. Fue el día en que la policía montó su campamento en secreto a medianoche en Silger, un pueblo en la frontera de los distritos de South Bastar (Sukma) y West Bastar (Bijapur). Desde ese día hasta hoy, durante todo el año pasado, el pueblo de Silger se ha opuesto con uñas y dientes a la instalación del campamento policial. El 17 de mayo de 2021 en una gran protesta popular , fueron baleados cientos de personas siendo asesinados cuatro adivasis. Este video muestra el homenaje a los compañeros asesinados y la protesta que continua!
Lal Salam!!!