Comrade Toussaint Lenin taught us long ago that the police are the armed body of men that work in the service of the ruling class. In a capitalist-imperialist country such as ours, the police are not friends of the people, or impartial arbiters, they are a gang that serves the class that owns our lives, houses, workplaces, and governments. This is borne out by recent … Continue reading Police Ring In New Year With Killing Spree Against Black People and Forest Defenders
Comrade Zabala (With Contributions by Comrades Redbeard and Pablo) The close of 2022 saw the defeat of a rail workers’ campaign to better their working conditions and quality of life. The congressional representatives in the pay of the wealthy railroad barons, whose ranks include Warren Buffet, successfully deprived the workers of any concessions and enforced a nearly 100 year old Railroad Labor Act. The Act … Continue reading The Claws of the Eagle: An Example of American Class Collaboration and Fascism
We in the FTP movement, along with the rest of the world proletariat, grieve the death of people’s theoretician, founding Chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), and red warrior Comrade Jose Maria Sison, reported in the official organ of the Central Committee of the CPP, Ang Bayan, which released this statement to the world: The greatest Filipino of the past century bereaved … Continue reading On the Passing of Comrade Joma Sison
Comrade Toussaint Anyone who comes from a working class/lumpen-proletarian Black household is at least passingly familiar with the recent rhetoric put forth by New York Nets player Kyrie Irving and rapper/artist Kanye West. Irving has attracted scorn for promoting a variety of conspiracy theories and recently promoted a mythologized and anti-Semitic film. Kanye West has been off the rails for years and chose to seek … Continue reading The Wokeness of Fools: Against Conspiracy Theories and For Revolutionary Science in the Black Liberation Movement
People’s Voice News has been asked by a national collective to review and advertise the following document submission. The following is not a work of our team, but we will share it in the spirit of camaraderie with fellow travelers. If you or your collective would like PVN to similarly review and share your art, political opinion essay, or other relevant writing please send us … Continue reading Review of A Tenants’ Organizing Handbook
“A revolutionary mass movement among unions would certainly benefit the ultimate goal, however we must be careful not to mistake unions as place where revolutionary ideas are latent or implicit. Unions are largely defanged.” Continue reading Hot Union Summer to Spark The Revolution?
Newest single from Maoist Rapper Space Baby. Continue reading “Roe vs Wade”: Space Baby’s New Single
Conducted by: Comrade Ice Introduction: As revolutionaries in the United States, humility and seeking guidance/experience from those who have been where we seek to go is essential. To this end, we publish this interview with Comrade Kiran, a veteran of the struggle of the Nepalese people for Communist revolution. This interview was conducted in April of this year. We hope that the reader takes vital … Continue reading Interview with Comrade Kiran of the CPN – Revolutionary Maoist
By Rojizo The neo-fascist movement has surged back into the streets. They are armed, dangerous, and backed by the settler state’s law enforcement agencies, they are the para-military wing of Amerikan Colonialism. How did the fascists make the migration off the internet, back into public spaces to fundraise and plot? The answer is in part, the powerful connecting ties found in their cultural events, specifically neo-nazi … Continue reading Smash The Fascist Music Scene!
For The People- Saint Louis Launches New Podcast Collated by Rojizo Comrades of FTP-STL have launched a new youtube channel podcast, Better Red Than Dead, in the hopes of inspiring the audience to become Revolutionary Communist organizers, along with sharing their experiences and Communist analysis of issues of the day. In episode 1, embedded below, the hosts discuss organizing ideas and share their experiences/positions on … Continue reading “Better Red Than Dead: Please For the Love of Mao, Organize!”
An article on the LAHOCC, one man’s vanity project that falsely claims to show international solidarity with the Cuban revolution and people. Continue reading Los Angeles Hands Off Cuba Committee: A Lesson on Settler Chauvinism
Settlers historically latch onto the organizing efforts of colonized people. Settlers must shake this parasitic relationship, and transform it into one of solidarity. Continue reading Settler Opportunism in Communist Organizing: Interviews with FTP-OK and FTP-Bloom.
By Comrade Redbeard Long Beach’s Martin Luther King Jr. Park used to be the vibrant heart of our city’s 6th District, a place where local kids, elders, workers and all types of people from the neighborhood could come and play, learn, and enjoy life. Back in the day, social and community programs reduced crime by about 65%-far more than the cops ever have- and anyone … Continue reading Resurrecting the Green Mausoleum: The Struggle to Revitalize Long Beach’s MLK Jr. Park
By Comrade Redbeard There is nothing romantic about violence. The bourgeoisie and the imperialists never grow tired of portraying radicals and revolutionaries, and communists in particular, as vicious sadists, jonesing for an excuse to kill and steal, even as they steal and kill at inconceivable scales. They turn projection into an art form! But we must know the truth. At its best, violence is a … Continue reading On Careful Violence: The Story of Udham Singh
by comrade jane “Organizations that claim to be revolutionary but which refuse to develop a military policy before the question of confrontation becomes a practical reality, disqualify themselves as revolutionary forces. They are already acting as gravediggers of revolution, the quartermasters of stadiums and cemeteries.” – T. Derbent Introduction On Feb 20th, Benjamin Jeffrey Smith killed one woman and shot four other women near Normandale Park in Portland, … Continue reading Breaking From Our Men: Settler Women and Armed Struggle