Comrade Toussaint UNITED STATES: 6 New Afrikan and Latinx people have been found hanging from trees since May 27th, amidst the widespread people’s rebellion against police murder that has shook the world. Malcolm Harsch was found hanging in Victorville, CA, on May 31. Robert Fuller was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale, CA on June 10. A trans woman named Titi Gulley was found hanging in Portland on May 27th. Dominique Alexander was found hanging in New York City on June 9th. Finally, a New Afrikan man and a Latinx man were found hanging in Texas. All families of … Continue reading Spate of Mysterious Hangings of Black People Calls for Revolutionary Self-Defense!
Guest Contributor: I’m a white working class cisgender woman. I’m disabled & a sex worker. I have been raped by police, multiple times. I’ve been specifically named as an outside agitator in the city I have spent my entire life in on three separate occasions. On each occasion, I was a central organizer for an escalation of tactics in a mass movement, two against police and one in solidarity with indigenous resistance. I planned the escalation hand in hand with leftist black and indigenous organizers. Each time, the escalation made national news. Each time, the mayor of my city … Continue reading On Outside Agitators
Comrade Toussaint “Cadre” is a word that is bounced around a lot, but many don’t grasp its true meaning. The Chinese word for cadre is “ganbu”, which roughly translates to “backbone personnel”. This is how we should view ourselves – backbone personnel of the revolution, essential workers if you will. The categories below, I believe, sum up the essence of a good Maoist cadre and the type of Party worker that the MCP-OC needs to lay a firm foundation for the MCP in the future. Dedication/Consistency: Maoists do not simply start tasks and not finish them out of boredom, or … Continue reading What Makes A Good Maoist?
For the People – Twin Cities On the night of May 28th, the People, the colonized masses (particularly the New Afrikan masses) of Minneapolis achieved an enormous victory. They rose up, in the name of justice for George Floyd and all Black and Indigenous peoples that have been murdered by the settler-colonial state, and drove the pigs out of their tin fortress, took their armaments, redistributed them, and burned the station down. The People are claiming what is rightfully theirs through sheer, uncompromising militancy. The settler-imperialist state of the so-called united states is crumbling before our very eyes. The People … Continue reading A Single Spark Can Start a Precinct Fire: On the Historic Victory of the People of Minneapolis at the Third Precinct
FTP-Twin Cities MINNEAPOLIS- Monday evening, George Floyd, a Black man, was murdered in South Minneapolis by a white pig from the Minneapolis Police Department. The white pig kneeled on Floyd’s neck as Floyd (as well as many bystanders) pleaded for the officer to remove his knee from his neck, all the while the pig’s partners stood by, doing nothing to stop the murder. The officer remained in this position for almost eight minutes after Floyd lost consciousness, with the reasonable assumption that he knew he was 1) restricting Floyd’s breathing to the point of causing him to lose a consciousness and … Continue reading Masses Rise in Rebellion after MPD Murder George Floyd
Editorial Note: This piece is a submission from an unaffiliated supporter of the MCP-OC who is currently resident in the People’s Republic of China. We publish this work in the spirit of “letting a hundred flowers bloom and a hundred schools of thought contend” and in general interest of comrades who would like a voice from the PRC. It should not in any way be interpreted or misconstrued as representing the official line of the MCP-OC on the China question. The position of the MCP-OC is that China is a modern day social-imperialist power. The following report is the product … Continue reading Haoxi Village & The Role of Collectivism in Contemporary China
FTP Chicago On Affordable Housing and Anti-Gentrification Strategies and Methods With the publication of Block Club Chicago’s recent piece, we find it necessary to both respond to the claims made in the article and to analyze the contradictions that have heightened since its release. The primary question of this debate seems to be one of methods and strategies: which method is more capable of addressing the structural dynamics and contradictions that are responsible for gentrification in Albany Park. The method proposed by a coalition of Social Democrats and developers prioritizes reform over militant action; the method proposed by us, … Continue reading Guerilla Gardening and the Problem of Property: An Analysis of Our Situation and Response to Block Club
Comrade Delphi INDIANAPOLIS: At 6:15 pm on May 6th, police in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) shot and killed 21 year old Dreasjon Reed. Witnesses and evidence from a Facebook live stream, made by Reed himself, indicate that he was shot in the back while running from police. The live video was taken down following the shooting but a portion, including the moment of the shooting, remains. Reed can be seen driving his car where he then exits on 62nd and Michigan street and is pursued by police. After a few seconds Reed falls to the ground and at least … Continue reading Indianapolis Pigs Murder Dreasjon Reed
May 2, 2020 DARTMOUTH, MA – On the evening of May 1st, correctional officers in the Bristol County ICE detention center violentlyassaulted those detained, filling the room with pepper spray, and causing several people to faint. Bristol County sheriff brazenly … Continue reading ICE Officers Pepper-Spray, Brutalize Detainees Who Refuse to Sign Documents Testifying Cleanliness, Humane Treatment
May 2, 2020 This is a translation of an article from Engrenages Journal, published here with the permission of our comrades in the Unité Communiste Lyon. The original can be found here. Since the declaration of the quarantine in France … Continue reading Confinement and Class Justice