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Iraq: A Tangled Web Of Conflicts

The Political Information Bureau congratulates the editors of the People’s March magazine for the re-launching of their publication as an on-line journal. The first edition of this new series (Vol. 13, No. 1, dated June 2014) can be downloaded here. For years, People’s March has been published in India as a revolutionary magazine. As explained in the editorial of the current issue:

“Under severe attack from the Indian state, including ban, arrest, and even murder of its editorial contributors, the People’s March was forced to suspend publication for the past few years. But the voice of revolution cannot, must not,

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Peru: Day of Heroism, June 19, 1986

To Give One’s Life for the Party and the Revolution

1987 statement from the Communist Party of Peru commemorating the massacre of 300 political prisoners on June 19, 1986:

The inexhaustible bosom of the people nourished them with frugal food and made them walk; class struggle shaped their minds; and the Party, as the primary and highest social form, raised their political conscience, arming it with Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, Guiding Thought, empowered their combativeness by organizing them in the People’s Guerrilla Army and, smelting them with the masses of the poor peasantry, steeled their bodies and souls in the inextinguishable forge of the People’s War. Having become prisoners of war, they never

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Maoist Manual for Serving the Struggle of the Masses

It is Right to Rebel!

– Translated from a paper issued in Summer 2003 by the then Revolutionary Communist Party (Organizing Committees).

Everyday, proletarians commit acts of revolt against their exploitation. These acts of anger can take many forms, from smashing the windows of slumlords, cutting the network cable service during the strike against the Québec company Videotron, slinging mud, paint and projectiles at the police during protests, etc. Everyday, in Canada, spontaneous mass violence directed at capitalism takes place independently of communist activities.

Given the reality of spontaneous mass revolt, what must be the role of those who resolutely want to fight against capitalism,

This document is intended to facilitate the introduction of PCR-RCP sympathizers to revolutionary work and their integration into the Party structures. It does not replace the Party Constitution but should be considered as an appendix for clarifying how an individual or a small group on individuals could be involved as soon as possible in a political activity in connection with the PCR-RCP. In this paper, we will look at the setting up of an Organizing Committee of the Party and discuss the tasks and responsibilities of such structure. This document is particularly oriented towards comrades who may not have frequent

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A Call for Revolutionary Unity

Main Document for the 3rd Canadian Revolutionary Congress

Updated version of the document submitted by the Political Information Bureau on the occasion of the Third Canadian Revolutionary Congress:

The global context

Global capitalism has now entered a period of chronic instability, a long-term crisis. The devastating effects of this crisis are visible everywhere, and the old equilibriums on which capitalism previously rested are being eroded day by day. In this sense, the widespread instability seems to suggest that the wall of illusions surrounding the unlimited expansion of capitalism is breaking down, that this new situation makes it very unlikely that things will return to normal. In fact, though

After the November 2000 Revolutionary Communist Conference held in Montréal, members of the then Action Socialiste (AS) group decided to end its activities and join the Revolutionary Communist Party (Organizing Committees), which was founded on that occasion. Action Socialiste was formed in January 1986 and fought for 15 years to give birth to what is now the PCR-RCP. In 2002, the Socialisme Maintenant! journal interviewed one AS founder who later joined the PCR-RCP, to recall the group’s history and learn a few lessons. A few years later, we think this interview is still useful to understand the ideological and political

As communists in Canada, one of our most important tasks over the next few years, will be to restore the necessary consistency—forging the essential unity that should exist between revolutionary content and revolutionary activity—between affirmation and action, between saying and doing, which are too often dissociated. Such a lack of consistency is most evident in the question of armed struggle and revolutionary war.

The most pernicious result of the long reformist tradition in the international labor movement is that it has managed to dissolve this unity, even among those who pretend to criticize and struggle against reformism and revisionism. The

The Political Information Bureau is happy to share this paper issued by the comrades from the Revolutionary Student Movement (MER-RSM) in response to the Main Political Report submitted by the central leadership of the Young Communist League in preparation for their 26th Central Convention. This contribution from the MER-RSM deals with fundamental questions that the communist students are facing in their attempts to build and organize a genuine revolutionary current among the students and proletarian youth. The Main Political Report to which this paper is a reply can be found here.

– The Political Information Bureau

First and foremost, the

We are reposting two articles that were recently published by Peter Tobin, Senior Editor of the Red Front journal on the current political context in Nepal and the election boycott campaign currently waged by the Maoists in that country. These are two welcome and important contributions for understanding the challenges that the Maoists revolutionaries are facing in Nepal and their strategy and tactics.

– The Political Information Bureau

–> Haunted by a Red Spectre – Dark Forces threaten Nepal (le 4 octobre 2013)

–> The Nepalese Election – November 2013 (le 26 octobre 2013)

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