FTP-Twin Cities Another election, another war-mongering imperialist elected to the highest office of the so-called united states. The dictatorship of the bourgeoisie remains in power, prolonging its parasitic existence. Biden and Harris will maintain the colonies (both internal and external) of this country. The military will continue dropping bombs and terrorizing the world abroad, while funding other States which support such campaigns of terror and … Continue reading So, The Election Spectacle is Over. Now What?
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?
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
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)
Huey Dessalines UNITED STATES: Demands for a rent strike are building steam across the United States during the COVID-19 epidemic. This is expected, as countless people are unemployed as a result of disruption to the restaurant and tourism industries which employ millions of people in this country. This rent strike demand goes along with several dozen wildcat strikes in key industries, such as food processing, … Continue reading #RentStrike Movement Building for April 1, 2020: Some Thoughts and Considerations
March 22, 2020 In the middle of December, 1873, the economy slipped on the ice and crashed. The resulting depression led to layoffs en masse. Not long after landlords began tossing those workers and their families into the frozen streets. The streets matched their hearts, cold and with a healthy smattering of excrement. Labor suffered for Capital. Our economy has now come to a halt … Continue reading Reflections On the Financial Crisis of 1873
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
The Democratic Party is divided and split. There is a center-social democratic wing, and a right wing. The centrist wing, which can not appropriately be called a “Left”, is represented by Bernie Sanders. His policies and rhetoric are a blend of old New Deal and new DSA social democracy. Joe Biden is an out and out, rabid imperialist and racist whose record in the Senate is scarred with such things as opposition to busing for racial equity and support for de facto segregation. The Democrats, we know, can not be Socialists. To be a Socialist means being a Communist. There are no Communists in the Democratic Party. There are, however, many people that claim to be Communists who, for whatever reason, continue to maintain belief in the electoral system. We see these politics as petit-bourgeois nihilism, cynicism, alarmism and rightist pragmatism. Continue reading What Happened On Super Tuesday? A Maoist Analysis of the 2020 Electoral Cycle.
“Where is the pain?”
“Someone threw me on the ground and hit me.”
The now concerned nurse asked, “who hurt you?”
This response left the nurse and the guard laughing. The moment they found out that the perpetrator was a cop they walked away laughing. Continue reading We Have No Other Option: Reflections from a Cadre Who Was Arrested In Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en