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 … Continue reading What Makes A Good Maoist?
“At first glance it seems strange that the attitude of the anti-Semite can be equated with that of the negrophobe. It was my philosophy teacher from the Antilles who reminded me one day: “When you hear someone insulting the Jews pay attention; he is talking about you.” And I believed at the time he was universally right, meaning that I was responsible in my body … Continue reading Against ‘Left’ Antisemitism, Fight for Proletarian Internationalism: An Open Letter to Black Hammer from the MCP-OC
By Comrade Sabine So many green streams and blue hills, but to what avail ?This tiny creature left even Hua To powerless!Hundreds of villages choked with weeds, men wasted away;Thousands of homes deserted, ghosts chanted mournfully.Motionless, by earth I travel eighty thousand li a day,Surveying the sky I see a myriad Milky Ways from afar.Should the Cowherd ask tidings of the God of Plague,Say the … Continue reading Farewell to the God of Plague! – A Revolutionary Response to Pandemic
By Huey Dessalines February 3, 2020 SAINT LOUIS: Comrades of FTP-STL (For the People, Saint Louis) conducted the second monthly group cohesion exercise beginning at 12:30 PM. A local nature preserve served as the staging area for this exercise due to the availability of trails (a comrade brought his infant daughter) along with off road areas leading to the Meramac River. The exercise began with … Continue reading Report: FTP-STL Continues Monthly Group Cohesion Exercises
By Ramblin Hamlin Leaving north St. Louis Or was it south No matter anymore It’s all in disrepair Battle lines Drawn through gentrification Dividing the Haves From the Have Nots This side of street holds skeletons Literally the opposite side, mansions The poor divided from the rich Don’t get caught on ‘their’ side This side of that road crumbles One dilapidated church on every block … Continue reading Poem: “The Divide”