Saturday, December 29, 2012

ICMLPO: Resolution on the West African Region and Mali

Since 2010, the West African region and particularly the sub-Saharan zone has been marked by the armed interference and intervention of the imperialist powers. The objectives of those actions are:

* Political, geostrategic and military, related to the struggle for the redivision of the world and of the African continent.

* Economic (access to the petroleum of the Gulf of Guinea and the Ivory Coast; to the uranium of Niger and the precious metals that abound in the region; to solar energy; cacao, coffee, etc.

* The struggle of the Anglo-Saxon (U.S. and Great Britain) and French imperialists to prevent the penetration into the region by new actors such as China, India, Brazil, etc.

* The will of the imperialist powers to crush any type of protest by the popular masses, who are condemned to misery and lacking in political freedom, as well as the repression that they suffer carried out by the corrupt puppet powers, and their desire to crush any revolutionary insurrectionary movement.

The military-political crisis after the military coup d’état of the National Committee for the Defense and Restoration of the State (CNRDE) of March 22, 2012, as well as the military occupation of the North of Mali, begun January 22, 2012, which covers two thirds of the national territory, an occupation carried out by the National Movement for the Liberation of AZAWAD (MNLA) and the “jihadists” (AQMI, ANSAR, DINE, MUJAO, BOKO, HARAM…) must be put in this context

The military-political crisis in Mali has grave consequences for the neighboring countries, particularly Algeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mauritania, etc. and the group of the countries of the west African region (destabilization of States, proliferation of arms, massive displacement of populations towards the South of Mali, and thousands of refugees in other neighboring countries).

The military-political crisis in Mali is also a threat to the interests of imperialism, particularly French imperialism, in that country and the whole region. That is why there are preparatory maneuvers for an open military intervention that the troops provided by the members countries of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) can carry out, with the consent and logistical support of the great imperialist powers (France and U.S.A.) and of the UN under the pretext of “making a secure transition,” of “restoring constitutional life” and of “restoring Mali’s territorial integrity.” This is a reactionary plan by the imperialist powers and their allies in the region to maintain and reinforce their domination.

Faced with this serious situation, the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations (ICMLPO):

* Denounces and condemns the puppet powers that have opened their territories (particularly in Mali, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Niger, Mauritania and Senegal) to the troops of imperialist aggression.

* Denounces and condemns the proclamation of independence of the State of AZAWAD by the MNLA, instrument of French imperialism.

* Denounces and condemns the crimes perpetrated against the peoples of the North of Mali by terrorist group AQMI and the Islamist groups ANSAR-DINE, MUJAO and the MNLA.

* Supports the brave resistance of the peoples, particularly of the youth, against oppression and medieval and obscurantist practices.

* Denounces and condemns the reactionary plan of the ECOWAS in Mali.

* Calls on the proletariat and peoples of the imperialist countries, particularly France, to support the Malian people in their struggle for a revolutionary solution of the military-political crisis.

* Calls for solidarity and support for the struggle of the peoples of the West African region against imperialist domination and their African lackeys.

Tunisia, November of 2012.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Unity and Struggle (issue 25, October 2012)

UyL 25

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Friday, December 21, 2012

Anasintaxi 381 (1-31/12/2012 B)


- The decision that “Ragousis’ Law” for the immigrants is unconstitutional is fascist and racist
-CP Colombia (m-l): “Mao Zetung Thought” anticommunist theory and practice
-Paul Robeson: Thoughts on Winning the Stalin Peace Prize (“Freedom”, January 1953)
-Andrew Rothstein: The revolutionary Moscow trials (1936-1938)
-ICMLPO: Handing the Nobel peace prize to the EU is an insult to the peoples of Europe and the whole world
-ICMLPO: For the situation in the region of West Africa and Mali
- More than 5 weeks strike in Neupack in Hamburg and Rotenburg (Wümme)

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November 14th: All into the streets against austerity - for international solidarity

On November 14th general strikes have been called in Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Cyprus, Malta against austerity policies, for jobs and solidarity. At the same time important mobilizations are prepared in the other countries of the European Union. On this day the longing of the workers for a coordinated and unified international response to these policies will be expressed.

The heads of the EU governments have imposed a whole series of neoliberal measures, such as the new Financial Treaty, that place the burdens of the crisis on the shoulders of the workers, of the European peoples. Facing a new recession they now demand lower wages, longer working hours, more flexibility, reduction of pensions and social benefits, tax increases, new privatizations, cancellation of labor contracts and further elimination of the labor, social and political rights of the workers.  All this leads to massive redundancies, while the financial oligarchy reaps maximum profits.

This day is an important opportunity unite the different struggles and develop the international solidarity of the workers and the peoples who are hurt by the same policies that only serve the interests of the capitalist monopolies.

On November 14th we take to the streets to resist these attacks, to defend our interests through struggle and unity. We call on the workers, the unemployed, the youth, migrants, women of the popular strata to participate and be an active part of the general strikes and mobilizations on November 14th to construct the unity of the working class and the popular unity of all those who are the victims of these policies.

Let us unite in a huge front of struggle against the capitalist offensive, political reaction and the threat of imperialist wars, and against the plundering of the natural resources. We fight for a revolutionary rupture with neo liberalism and social liberalism, with the system that engenders the crisis.

We express our condemnation of the governments and institutions of monopoly capital and affirm the right of the peoples to leave the European Union of the monopolies, of reaction and war, as well as Nato, the armed branch of imperialism.

From all the countries where the communists are struggling we express our combative solidarity with the workers and peoples in Europe, with the revolutionaries and workers who bravely fight capitalism and imperialism.

November 14th is a first step towards something new and better.

Long live the struggle of the working class and the international solidarity of the workers and the peoples!

Organisation pour la construction d’un parti communiste ouvrier d’Allemagne

Parti Communiste des Ouvriers du Danemark – APK

Parti Communiste d’Espagne (marxiste – léniniste) – PCE(ml)

Plateforme Communiste d’Italie

Parti Communiste des Ouvriers de France – PCOF

Organisation Marxiste Léniniste Révolution de Norvège – Revolusjon !

Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire de Turquie - TDKP

Parti des Travailleurs de Tunisie - PT

Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire de Côte d’Ivoire – PCRCI

Parti Communiste du Bénin – PCB

Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire Voltaïque – PCRV

La Voie Démocratique du Maroc

Parti Communiste du Travail de République Dominicaine – PCT

Partis Communiste du Mexique Marxiste Léniniste – PCMML

Parti Communiste Marxiste Léniniste du Venezuela – PCMLV

Parti Communiste Marxiste Léniniste d’Equateur – PCMLE

Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire du Brésil – PCR

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ICMLPO: Resolution on the Situation in Syria

The plenary of the ICMLPO, held for the first time in Africa, reaffirms its support for the right of the Syrian people to live under a democratic regime: a regime that guarantees freedom, equality, social justice and dignity, as well as assures the unity and total independence of the country, including the recovery of the Golan Heights occupied by Zionism since 1967.


1. Denounces the dangerous development of events in Syria. The popular movement of protest has been transformed into a destructive civil war. The bloodthirsty repression is striking the people, and since the beginning, the Assad regime has rejected any democratic reform that would satisfy the aspirations of the Syrian people. This situation is the consequence of the foreign reactionary, imperialist and Zionist intervention, through Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which masked by the so-called “Free Syrian Army” and under the pretext of “saving the Syria people”

2. We reaffirm that this war has nothing to do with the interests of the Syrian people and their aspirations. On the contrary, it serves the reactionary forces of the country, the region and internationally. Syria is at the moment the place of confrontation between, on the one side the U.S., France and Israel and Arab and Turkish reaction that are trying to subject Syria to Western rule and make it break its ties with Iran and Hezbollah. On the other side, Russia and China are supporting the regime to preserve their strategic interests in Syria and the region, after having lost their influence in Libya.

3. We reject all intervention by NATO in Syria under any pretext, given the dangers that this represents for the Syrian people, the peoples of the region and world peace in general. The Conference calls on the Turkish people to oppose Turkey’s intervention in Syria. It sends a call to the workers and peoples of the Western countries, in the first place of the United States, Great Britain and France, whose leaders are threatening military intervention in Syria, to pressure their governments to stop them from carrying out their criminal strategy that caused disasters in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya, etc. in the past

4. It is up to the Syrian people, in all cases, to determine their own future. The ICMLPO calls on the Syrian patriotic and democratic forces to unite to save their country from the claws of the Assad regime and the armed gangs and to prevent the foreign powers from mortgaging their future and making use of a part of their minorities to undermine their unity. The ICMLPO calls on those forces to strive to build a new, democratic, secular, independent and united Syria in which the different religions and nationalities live together in freedom and equality.

5. Calls on the patriotic, democratic and progressive forces of the region to urgently mobilize and to undertake the necessary measures of solidarity to support the patriotic and democratic forces of Syria, forces that must act to end the slaughters perpetrated against the Syrian people, to stop the destruction of the country and prevent the foreign intervention, to facilitate dialogue among its inhabitants to achieve their aspirations and break with the tyranny and foreign domination.

Organisation pour la construction d’un parti communiste ouvrier d’Allemagne
Parti Communiste des Ouvriers du Danemark – APK
Parti Communiste d’Espagne (marxiste – léniniste) – PCE(ml)
Plateforme Communiste d’Italie
Parti Communiste des Ouvriers de France – PCOF
Organisation Marxiste Léniniste Révolution de Norvège – Revolusjon !
Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire de Turquie – TDKP
Parti des Travailleurs de Tunisie – PT
Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire de Côte d’Ivoire – PCRCI

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Anasintaxi 380 (1-31/12/2012)


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Monday, December 10, 2012

Greek Civil Servants To Hold 24-Hour Strike On December 19

ADEDY (the Civil Servants' Confederation) has declared a 24-hour nationalwide strike on December 19.

GSEE (the General Confederation of Greek Workers) has declared a 3-hour nationalwide strike on the same day.

The Movement for the Reorganisation of the KKE 1918-55 supports the strike and has released posters, flyers, etc. to support the struggle of the workers in Greece.

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Thursday, December 06, 2012

Handing the Nobel peace prize to the EU is an insult to the peoples of Europe and the whole world

Communist platform KPml

The European Union (EU) is not a peace project. The EU is not a "People's Europe".  The EU is and has always been the Europe of the monopolies.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee continues unabated to scandalize the Nobel Peace Prize and the Nobel testament to a degree that evokes head-shaking and embarrassment abroad as well as at home. Under the leadership of former Norwegian Labour party leader and current Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjørn Jagland, the committee is already guilty of handing the award to the belligerent U.S.  President Obama. And now to the EU!

Supposedly, the reason for awarding the prize to the EU is that "the Union and its predecessors have spent more than six decades helping to promote peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe."

This is like spitting the peoples of Europe right in the face. What "human rights?" More than 25 million people across the European Union are struck by mass unemployment. Half of the young people are without work and countries such as Greece and Spain are being battered with welfare cuts and misery to an extreme extent, with the prospect of even worse attacks to come. The "national" governments in the most crisis-ridden member states have become administrative bodies. They are threatened and instructed by the troika – the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the IMF – to cut funding for schools, pensions, hospitals and wages down to the bone.

A war project

The EU is supposed to have created "peace" in the Balkans. Here we are speaking of the same EU, with Germany as a particularly active player, that encouraged and provoked civil war in Yugoslavia in the 90's! Since then we have witnessed how especially France and Britain, but also other European powers, have been the main aggressors in relation to the bombardment of Libya in 2011. At this moment they are using a similar threatening rhetoric against Syria.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee mocks the European workers and peoples. But it also mocks the people and workers of Norway, who by no means regard the Union as a peace project. That is one of the reasons that seventy percent of Norwegians say no to Norwegian EU membership.

We ask the peoples of Europe and the whole world for forgiveness and beg they understand that the political elite and the ruling class of Norway does not represent or respect the people of Norway; they only respect and obey big capital, the U.S. and the European Union bosses.

The Europe of monopolies is an imperialist structure with two possible outcomes. Either it could become a "successful" imperialist union under German leadership that exploits workers at home and abroad and wages war against other states and peoples. Alternatively, the contradictions between the Union's member states and capital groupings will lead to fractures, trade wars and perhaps open war between the great powers themselves.

Whatever the final outcome, the EU is anything but a project for peace.

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Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Anasintaxi 379 (1-30/11/2012 B)


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Anasintaxi 378 (1-30/11/2012)


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