Lifting a Rock to Drop It On One’s Own Feet: On the Failed US Mission in Afghanistan

Comrade Redbeard and Comrade Toussaint The US-led effort in Afghanistan collapsed with a pathetic whimper on Sunday, with the entry of Taliban forces into Kabul, the nation’s capital, the flight of puppet President Ashraf Ghani to Tajikistan, and the Vietnam-esque images of helicopters taking off from the roof of the (former) US Embassy. According to US officials, American soldiers have shot two supposedly armed men … Continue reading Lifting a Rock to Drop It On One’s Own Feet: On the Failed US Mission in Afghanistan

A Comrade’s Tribute to Fidel Castro on His 95th Birthday

But when we take the measure of a human being who has passed on (and therefore no longer has an opportunity to grow, or be held accountable) we must add up the good, the bad, and the in-between. In my estimation, comrade Fidel left this world far better than he came to it. This is the key. His contributions and the contributions of the Cuban people in the fight against colonialism, apartheid, and imperialism in Africa are almost enough to cement his legacy in and of themselves. There’s a reason why he took the time to meet with Malcolm X when he came to Harlem, and why Nelson Mandela visited Cuba and Castro shortly after his release from prison. Continue reading A Comrade’s Tribute to Fidel Castro on His 95th Birthday

On the Assassination of Jovenel Moise and the Continued Struggle of the Haitian People

Comrade Redbeard Jovenel Moise, the “president” in name and dictator in fact of Haiti, was assassinated by gunmen in his home this morning. These gunmen allegedly claimed to be DEA agents, and were “foreigners” that “spoke both English and Spanish”. While the situation is still developing, and there are many unknown details, we can draw some conclusions despite the fog. First and foremost, Moise’s murder … Continue reading On the Assassination of Jovenel Moise and the Continued Struggle of the Haitian People

Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated In Tehran, Signs Point To Israeli/American Involvement

by Huey Dessalines Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a top Iranian nuclear scientist, was assassinated in Tehran on Friday. Bullets riddled his vehicle and there were reports of an explosion as well. Fakhirizadeh was a major part of the Iranian nuclear effort and is the highest ranking Iranian scientist to be assassinated to date. Israel has long sought to neutralize/destroy Iranian nuclear capabilities, seeing Iran as a competitor … Continue reading Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated In Tehran, Signs Point To Israeli/American Involvement

Activism is Not Terrorism: Oppose the “Anti-Terror” Law in the Philippines and Sharpen the People’s Struggle Against Fascism At Home!

Central Committee of the Maoist Communist Party – Organizing Committee We, the Central Committee of the Maoist Communist Party – Organizing Committee, have followed with immense concern the continued fascist violations of the rights of the Filipino people to protest and struggle for peace, land and bread. Rodrigo Duterte has consistently trampled on the human rights of the Filipino people – from extrajudicial killings to … Continue reading Activism is Not Terrorism: Oppose the “Anti-Terror” Law in the Philippines and Sharpen the People’s Struggle Against Fascism At Home!

Haoxi Village & The Role of Collectivism in Contemporary China

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 … Continue reading Haoxi Village & The Role of Collectivism in Contemporary China

Confinement and Class Justice

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 on March 17th, 2020, it has been police violence which has been out on the street. Such has been circulating across social media: all sorts … Continue reading Confinement and Class Justice

Lecciones de Chile: Las Tomas de Terrano

By C.R. May 1, 2020 In Latin America, there is a rich history of popular resistance to capitalist and colonial domination of the political economy. For nearly 3 years in the early 1970’s, the working and peasant classes of Chilean continued that legacy, and paved the way to a more equitable, and post-scarcity society. When Salvador Allende came to power with help from the popular … Continue reading Lecciones de Chile: Las Tomas de Terrano

Guest Article from A Comrade in China: For the Recollectivization of Agriculture (Part 1)

By: He Xuefeng (Translation by a supporter of the MCP-OC) Disclaimer: This article is published in PVN as a demonstration of international solidarity and in the interests of unity within the international communist movement. This position in no way should be interpreted to represent the line of the MCP-OC. The organization of the peasantry is a pre-condition of rural revitalization. China’s very own collectivized economic … Continue reading Guest Article from A Comrade in China: For the Recollectivization of Agriculture (Part 1)

The Real Dragons Rise: Prisoners Across the US and World Engage in Uprisings in Midst of Pandemic

By: Huey Dessalines UNITED STATES: Militant incarcerated workers across the country ushered in April with a series of riots, strikes, and standoffs with correctional authorities in response to lack of response to stated demands. Naturally, ruling class lackey COs and officials responded with brutality and violence. Wednesday night saw a demonstration of 100 inmates at Monroe Correctional Complex in Washington State after six inmates tested … Continue reading The Real Dragons Rise: Prisoners Across the US and World Engage in Uprisings in Midst of Pandemic