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
Comrade Toussaint The ruling class and the sellouts of the British Commonwealth are shedding very real tears over the expected death of 96 year old Elizabeth Windsor, known also as Elizabeth II. As Communists, we recognize the institution of monarchy as an obsolete one, a relic of the feudal past when Kings, Queens, Knights, Dukes, Barons, Marquises and others fought bloody wars with each other … Continue reading Elizabeth Windsor: The People’s Obituary
Rock Against Fascism – Chicago is an Anti-Imperialist and Proletarian Feminist mass organization that organizes and promotes cultural events in Chicago with Revolutionary politics. This show’s proceeds go to Filipino peasants imprisoned by the US-Marcos Dictatorship for defending their land, in collaboration with Chicago Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines. Sunday, September 4th. Doors at 2:30pm. All Ages. $15 Donation suggested. Location: UE Hall … Continue reading Rock Against Fascism-Chicago Hosts Benefit Show!
By Okra Sanyika (This is a repost to amplify the audience for this article. This piece can be found on Com. Sanyika’s personal blog link: https://medium.com/@okrasanyika/its-time-to-face-the-wolf-91ff944b8dad) We live in unprecedented times. This sentiment has been echoed relentlessly in election after election, misleading a very legitimate sense of urgency in the masses of oppressed people and corralling it into political theater. But it’s true, we do … Continue reading It’s Time to Face The Wolf
By: Rojizo (Oxy in juxtaposition with heroin, symbolizing the pharma pipeline) Over 10 percent of Baltimore is addicted to heroin and has been since the 60s. With a population of just over 600,000 its equivalent to Boston or neighboring Washington DC. Many thousands of white collar and blue collar commuters travel on the I-95 every day to DC for work, but there’s another commute happening … Continue reading OPIATES IN BALTIMORE AND BEYOND: HISTORICAL MATERIALIST EXAMINATION
By: Com. J Content Warning: murder / sexual assualt mentioned On November 22nd, 2021, Suri Davis, a 15 year old Black girl, was dropped off outside her home by her school bus. She sent her parents a group text as she walked into the Willow Hill Apartment Complex in Justice, IL at 3:30 p.m.. She never made it to her family’s apartment. She was shot–fatally, … Continue reading Justice, IL: A Struggle for Justice – Interview With the Family of Suri Davis
Comrade A. Ladd Bucktown is a small neighborhood on Chicago’s near Northwest side which made headlines recently after a neighborhood NGO calling itself the Bucktown Neighborhood Association (BNA), hired a private security firm to carryout nightly patrols in a section of the neighborhood, which began this week. The firm, P4 Security Solutions, is a militarized private security company founded by “security industry experts and former … Continue reading Bucktown, Chicago: The New Garrison Community
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
“I’m tired from people begging for Christmas food. They didn’t care about the kind – turkeys or you know. They just needed food.” – Reverend Annie Chambers. Continue reading Fed Up: Food Desertification and Apartheid in Baltimore
FTP – Chicago has begun a program to provide free overdose-prevention kits and other resources to the people in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. Continue reading FTP-Chicago Launches Weekly People’s Survival Program
At the beginning of this month, the Israeli State arrested and imprisoned seven Palestinian activists without charge or trial. FTP and People’s Voice News call upon the colonial regime to immediately put an end to its war crimes and political imprisonment. Continue reading Free Political Prisoners! Free Khitam Saafin! Free Palestine!
By Comrade Toussaint August 27, 2020 UNITED STATES: As Minneapolis rises up again and the Kenosha incident has the “Left” grappling with the necessity to strengthen discipline and organization in light of the proliferation of reactionary lone wolves and militias seeing people’s demonstrations as target practice, several progressive and New Afrikan athletes have walked out on wildcat strike, refusing to play any games or participate … Continue reading New Afrikan and Progressive Athletes Engage in Wildcat Strike In Outrage Against Jacob Blake Shooting
By Comrade Toussaint July 31, 2020 SAINT LOUIS COUNTY: “Progressive” prosecutor Wesley Bell showed his true class allegience on Thursday when he refused to pursue charges against Darren Wilson for the murder of Michael Brown in 2014. Bell is quoted as saying: “Although this case represents one of the most significant moments in St. Louis’ history, the question for this office was a simple one: … Continue reading Saint Louis County Prosecutor Refuses New Charges in Darren Wilson Case
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 … Continue reading Spate of Mysterious Hangings of Black People Calls for Revolutionary Self-Defense!