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  • Militant struggle along the KKE, confidence to people’s strength, socialism for life to be victorious!

    Crowds of people participated in the main events of the 46th Festival of the Communist Youth of Greece (KNE), held in Athens on September 17, 18 and 19, 2020, in strict compliance with all necessary measures for safety and health protection.

    It was a great Festival, different but also familiar at the same time, which made a loud call for the daily struggle for the rights to education, work, health, and life. It was a breath of hope and optimism!

  • Iraqi Communist Party Calls for Intensified Solidarity with the Palestinian People to Defeat the Shameful Normalization Deals with Israel

    A ceremony was held in Washington DC yesterday for the signing of the normalization agreements between the UAE and Bahrain on one hand and Israel on the other hand, under the auspices of Trump and Netanyahu, in another humiliating step in the humiliating process of normalization with the Israeli occupation.

    This step came after the normalization agreement last month between the UAE and Israel, with American blessing, and despite widespread popular rejection. It is no secret that the timing of the announcement of the normalization of relations between some Arab countries and Israel, which had been taking place behind the scenes, came about under pressure from the US president for electoral purposes and to enhance the position of Netanyahu, who is being legally pursued for corruption in Israel, and to appease the Zionist lobby in the US. These agreements confirm the involvement of these Arab regimes in implementing the infamous so-called "Deal of the Century" as part of US imperialist strategy to enhance its hegemony over the Middle East region through the establishment of a new regional alliance led by Israel.

  • Anti-Netanyahu Protests Continue in Spite of Lockdown across Israel

    Far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insisted on Thursday night, September 17, that an unpopular new nationwide lockdown set to begin the next day was “important and “necessary” to stem the rising coronavirus infection rate, which passed 5,000 daily infections this week. The surge in confirmed infections has made Israel one of the two leading countries in the world for increased daily infections in relation to is population.

  • Raid against productive unit managed by communist candidate Franklin González in Apure state

    PCV VenezuelaThe Communist Party of Venezuela denounces before the national public opinion, the illegal raid by the FAES of a productive farm in Achaguas, administered by the political secretary of the PCV in Apure state, comrade Franklin González.

    Eight FAES officials and an unidentified civilian searched the property without any judicial order and warned the member of the PCV Central Committee that “he will remain calm on the farm producing”, which could be considered a veiled threat that seeks to intimidate Comrade Franklin, who is the main candidate of the Popular Revolutionary Alternative for Circuit 2 of Apure.

  • “This is Not a Peace Deal — It’s an Arms Deal”

    As US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stepped up to the podium flanked by the foreign ministers of the UAE and Bahrain to sign what has been hailed as a “historic peace agreement” between Israel and the two Gulf States, demonstrations were held last Tuesday afternoon, September 15, in Wadi ‘Ara in central Israel and in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

  • China — the country Trump loves to hate

    China bashing — falsely blaming China for the pandemic, the bad economy, and other woes — is being used by the Trump administration and the Republican Party to further the president’s chances of reelection. This campaign is similar in tone to the anti-immigrant racist and xenophobic campaign that Trump used to help him win the presidency in 2016.

  • Joint Memorandum given to Hon'ble President of India

    Congress leader Ahmed Patel, CPI general secretary D. Raja, CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury, DMK leader Kanimozhi and RJD leader Manoj Jha called on Hon’ble President of India Shri. Ram Nath Kovind on the Delhi riots investigation and the role of Delhi Police in investigation and inquiry.

  • The Yellow Vests are Selling Out to the Far Right

    AH, Baile Átha Cliath.

    Recently, a large Yellow Vest protest took to the streets in Dublin. It was focused on getting rid of masks and other protective precautions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The person carrying the flag at the helm of it is a well known white supremacist, Niall McConnell, whose group talks about immigrants, sharia law and other bogus nonsense they’ve imported from their American and British friends.

  • CPI Condemns Arrest of Umar Khalid

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued the following statement today (on September 15, 2020) deploring the arrest and subsequent remand of Umar Khalid:

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India condemns the arrest of Umar Khalid under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Subsequently he was remanded to a ten-day police custody in a case related to North-East Delhi riots.

  • Communists, coalitions, and the class struggle

    One of the perennial debates in the world communist movement is on the issue of coalitions and united fronts: whether communists should participate in them, and if so, how and under what circumstances. A few parties, claiming the communist or Marxist-Leninist title, oppose participating in such cooperative structures. Most, however, taking off from Dimitrov’s 1935 report to the 7th Congress of the COMINTERN, in which he called for an end to self-isolating sectarianism and the building of people’s fronts against fascism and war, work hard to coordinate their tactics with other parties and organizations, including some which are not even part of the working class.

  • Latest Outbreak Exposes the Cutthroat Nature of Neoliberal Ireland

    Naas General Hospital is the latest epicentre of a potential Covid-19 outbreak. Hospital management were informed of the suspected outbreak a couple of weeks ago and, by the following day, a 31-bed ward had been temporarily closed with several members of staff being told to self-isolate. Management believe that the source of the outbreak may have been a member of the hospital’s cleaning staff who had recently tested positive for the virus. Do you hear that sound in the distance? It is the sound of an angry, suburban mob ready to leap down the throat of a cleaner earning minimum wage. Some will ask, “how dare this person be so irresponsible as to work while contagiously unwell?” Why didn’t they stay at home to protect the community? Since the initial outbreak of the pandemic, the government has repeatedly warned us that if you feel unwell, you must stay at home. However, what the holier-than-thou brigade choose not to recognise is that the majority of the working population cannot afford the luxury of taking a day off.

  • CPI Condemns Naming of Yechury and others in Delhi Riots Case

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued today (September 14, 2020) the following statement condemning the naming of Yechury and other prominent activists in the Delhi riots case investigation:

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India strongly condemns the naming of CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury, Swaraj Abhiyan leader Yogendra Yadav, Prof. Jayati Ghosh, Prof. Apoorvanand and Producer Rahul Roy in the supplementary chargesheet prepared by the Delhi Police in February riots in North-East Delhi. The naming of these prominent personalities at the behest of the Union Home Ministry is blatant violation of the fundamental rights guaranteed by our Constitution.

  • Protestors Slam Netanyahu for His US Trip during COVID-19 Crisis

    Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets in Jerusalem and across Israel on Saturday evening, September 12, as they have every week for three months, calling on far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign because of his indictment and trial on corruption charges as well as the looming new coronavirus lockdown that his government is about to decide upon. Thousands of protesters participated in a procession starting out from Jerusalem’s Chord Bridge at the western entrance to the city which made its way to Paris Square on Balfour Street, the site of the prime minister’s official residence.

  • CPI on Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of India and China at Moscow

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India issued the following statement today (on September 12, 2020) welcoming the outcome of India-China ministerial-level talks:

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India views the talks between External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi at Moscow and the statement issued thereafter as positive.

  • Communist youth across the Americas ready to unite

    On August 29, the Young Communists of Chile (JJCC) celebrated their 88th anniversary of existence on the 50th anniversary of the victory of the Popular Front coalition in Chile. The Communist Party of Chile played a historical role in the participation and leadership of the Salvador Allende–led Popular Unity coalition which was elected in 1970 before being overthrown in the U.S.-backed fascist coup in 1973. The Chilean Communist Party played a leading role in the resistance to the almost 30-year-long dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.

  • Observe September 14 as All India Protest Day: CPI

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued today (on September 8, 2020) the following statement:

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India which had a virtual (ZOOM) meeting on September 7, 2020 took note of the fact that the economy is facing a serious crisis with the GDP contracting to an unprecedented level.

  • Anti-Netanyahu Demonstrators & Police Clash Yet Again in Jerusalem

    Thousands of Israelis gathered once again on Saturday evening, September 5, as they have during the past three months, outside the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official residence in Jerusalem and at other locations around the country, calling on the prime minister to resign. Among the protestors: several Hadash and Communist Party activists.

  • Fascism: A rising danger

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said, “November is about defeating fascism.” She’s right.

    While we shouldn’t take anything Trump says at face value, since he often says things that are lies, distortions, or just outrageous in order to distract, the fact that he has already repeatedly cast doubt on the results of the fall elections is worrisome. He is anxious to prevent anyone not part of his base from voting by mail, the safest way during a pandemic; he and his press secretary have already promised that he may not accept the results of the election; the “remarks” that he deserves a third term and that he should be “president for life” are stunning — all point to his certainty that he will lose a fair election.

  • Fraternal Union between Russia and Byelorussia: Guarantee of Well-Being and Security of Our Peoples

    Appeal of the Chairman of the CC CPRF, Head of the CPRF at the State Duma Gennady Zyuganov to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko

    To: President Putin of the Russian Federation
    To: President Lukashenko of the Republic of Belarus

    The union of the peoples of Russia and Byelorussia is living through a historic moment. Our centuries-old brotherhood of struggle, victories and joint living is coming under sophisticated attacks from without and from within. The same forces that are wrecking the unity of the peoples of Russia and Ukraine are now carrying out their evil designs in the relations between Russia and Belarus.

  • How to defeat a (right-wing) mass movement

    Why did Hillary Clinton lose in 2008? Her campaign couldn’t figure out how to defeat a mass movement. Why did she lose in 2016? Once again, her campaign couldn’t figure out how to defeat a mass movement.