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  • Black Lives Matter protests continue at Trump’s doorstep

    I had the honor of joining in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) Black Lives Matter–endorsed protest events this past Saturday evening in Washington, DC, at both Freedom Plaza (a location of one of the Occupy DC encampments back in fall 2011) and the newly named Black Lives Matter Plaza. From what I’ve seen, heard, and read, these recent BLM protests are distinct from the past in that an unprecedented number of white people are joining in solidarity with the protests across the country. The events were Black led and Black voiced, and people were happy to make space in conversation for each other. There was an outpouring of mutual aid from different organizations giving out sanitizer, masks, water, snacks, meals, and street medic services.

  • From uprising to elections and beyond

    Our country is in the midst of an unprecedented uprising. Initiated by the African American people and joined by our Asian, Latino, Native American, and white sisters and brothers, millions are saying, “hell no” to institutionalized racism. And this is happening not only in America but also all over the world. Humanity is standing up, demonstrating their solidarity, declaring that George Floyd, and before him Breonna Taylor, and before her, Ahmaud Arbery did not die in vain.

  • Solidarity with the People of United States!


    We, the Communist and Worker's Parties express our solidarity with the multinational working class of the USA and with the NorthAmerican people that have taken to the streets mobilizing against racism, repression, unemployment, and other acute problems caused by the capitalist system of exploitation.

    The murder of George Floyd is not an exception, it's a rule racist policy, against African-Americans, Latinos, and immigrants of other nationalities. The system of exploitation confronts, in the same manner, the whole of the working class, as the COVID-19 pandemic proves, that is currently over two million infections and almost 113,000 deaths, where many lives could have been saved, but a privatized health care system turned out to be dangerous because its criteria is capitalist profit.

  • Mobilize for November 3rd and beyond

    As has been said, we are at a tipping point moment in our country, and it’s so wonderful to have the strength and analysis of our Party expressed in the report from Joe Sims and the reports that will come from the comrades in the battleground states.

    The clock is ticking. We have 150 days until the 2020 election, the election of our lives.

  • Anti-racism protesters hit the streets worldwide

    Anti-racist protest in Berlin, Germany. Photo: RedGlobe

    The brutal murder of George Floyd by officers of the Minneapolis, Minnesota Police Department has led to a massive movement of anti-racist protest not only in the United States but worldwide.

  • As economy reopens, workers’ health may be collateral damage

    Trump, followed immediately by Republican governors across the nation, stated that our nation “must reopen.” Those governors then told workers in their states that they must return to work when recalled, or they will have their unemployment benefits cut off.

    This past week, with millions more filing jobless claims, the total new claims related to the coronavirus have reached 40 million, meaning the total jobless numbers are probably already past the 50 million figure put out by AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka.

  • CP attack class-based racism and call for nationalisation to save jobs

    ‘The vicious killing of George Floyd has highlighted the racism that still pervades developed capitalist societies and their state institutions’, Mollie Brown declared at the Communist Party of Britain’s executive committee meeting this weekend.  She pointed to recent examples of the deaths and serious injuries of black detainees in police custody in Britain, the US and France which, she suggested, were also related to the use of dangerous restraint techniques that were used disproportionately against black and working-class people. 

  • Thousands Gather in Rabin Square against Annexation and Occupation

    Several thousand demonstrators gathered on Saturday evening, June 6, in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square to protest far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to annex large parts of the occupied Palestinian West Bank, possibly as early as July 1. The crowd of Jews and Arabs denounced Netanyahu’s annexation saying the move was beneficial to neither Israelis nor Palestinians.

  • Communist Parties: “Occupation is Terror; Annexation is Apartheid!”

    comunistaIn a joint initiative by the Palestinian People’s Party and the Communist Party of Israel, dozens of Communist and Workers’ parties from around the world have signed the following statement entitled: “Occupation is Terror; Annexation is Apartheid.”

    Yesterday, June 5, 2020 marked the 53rd anniversary of the launching of Israel’s war of aggression of 1967, in which it occupied the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza strip, as well the Syrian Golan Heights and all of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.

  • Elections matter. Movements matter more.

    With a nationwide uprising over the public execution of George Floyd, and Trump’s use of military force in D.C.’s Lafayette Square, the country has entered an extremely dangerous period. Institutionalized racist police violence, always present, is now front and center in the COVID-sparked economic crisis.

  • Party of Labour of Austria: Against racism and repression in the US

    pda oesterreichDeclaration of the Central Committee of the Party of Labour of Austria, Vienna, 2 June 2020

    The killing of Afro-American George Floyd by Minneapolis police is another sad expression of the ruthless barbarism of the US ruling system. The Party of Labour of Austria offers its condolences to the relatives and friends of the victim and demands that the responsible personsarebrought to justice.

  • Protest outside US Embassy against barbarism and repression in USA

    “Capitalism means, -I can't breathe-”. Members of the Communist Youth of Greece (KNE) formed this slogan outside the US Embassy in Athens, as part of a protest rally held by the KNE on June 1 against the barbarity and repression of the US government. A similar mobilization took place in Thessaloniki at the American consulate.

  • Mass T-A Demonstration on June 6 against Occupation and Annexation

    Under the initiative of Hadash (The Democratic Front for Peace and Equality) and the Communist Party of Israel (CPI) more than 20 parties, human rights and peace organizations met last Thursday, May 28, at Hagada Hasmalit (Left Bank) Cultural Center in Tel Aviv to coordinate a mass demonstration and procession to be held Saturday evening, June 6, from 7:00pm to 10:30pm, in Rabin Square in Tel Aviv. The demonstration will take place under the slogan: “No to Annexation, No to Occupation! Yes to Peace and Democracy!”

  • Communists urge mass movement for Covid-19 Battles

    ‘Of course people are angry that Tory government adviser Dominic Cummings has broken the rules that most other people have kept’, Mollie Brown told the Communist Party’s political committee on Wednesday evening (May 27). 

    ‘They sense that we are not “all in it together” and that there’s one set of rules for the rich and powerful and another for the rest of us’, she told the online meeting. 

  • Trump, white supremacy, and racial capitalism

    The U.S. stands at a crossroads. In one direction lies more of what we’ve already known: repression, exploitation, and brutality. In the other, the promise of freedom, socialist equality, and racial justice.

    Liberal economist Jeffrey Sachs recently wrote that as the U.S. approached 100,000 deaths from COVID-19, “six Asia-Pacific nations–Australia, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Taiwan, and Vietnam–have just over 1,200 coronavirus deaths in a combined population almost the same as the U.S., 328 million.” Sachs might have also noted that China has four times as many people as the U.S. and has suffered 120 the number of deaths.


    “Communist Party general secretary Robert Griffiths, today slammed the ex foreign secretaries seeking to stir up further social unrest in Hong Kong, “Britain’s empire in the Far East is dead and the sooner these backward-looking politicians realise it, the better it will be for friendly and mutually beneficial relations between our countries.

  • Protesters in West Jerusalem and Tel Aviv: “Minneapolis is Here!”

    Hundreds of Jews and Arabs demonstrated against police violence on Saturday evening, May 30, in West Jerusalem and Tel Aviv following the brutal killing of Iyad Hallak, a young Palestinian man with autism who was shot dead by officers in Jerusalem’s Old City earlier in the day.

  • Greek Communists Denounce, Vote against EastMed Pipeline Accord

    kke greeceThe Greek parliament ratified on Friday, May 15, the agreement for the gas pipeline “EastMed” after the country’s Ministry of Environment had submitted the agreement in the form of a bill entitled “Ratification of the Intergovernmental Agreement between the Republic of Cyprus, the State of Israel, the Hellenic Republic and the Italian Republic on a Pipeline System for the transport of natural gas from the Eastern Mediterranean to the European markets”. On January 2, 2020 the energy ministers of Greece, Israel, and Cyprus signed the final agreement for the pipeline project, pending ratification by the countries’ respective parliaments.

  • Ireland Stands with Minneapolis #BlackLivesMatter


    The Connolly Youth Movement is shocked to see the video footage of a police officer kneeling on an innocent man and choking him to death while he called for help. This is a tragedy, but it is no accident. It is part of the law enforcement and justice system in the United States, which dates back to slavery. It has maintained this system, and ethnic minorities are imprisoned and murdered in wild disproportion to population amounts. We stand in solidarity and send our deepest condolences to the friends and family of George Floyd. We express our solidarity with the protestors, who have no means to express themselves, other than the destruction of the institutions that oppress and murder them.

  • We denounce the latest racist crime, committed by a policeman in the “much-advertised democracy of the USA”

    The Communist Youth of KNE denounces the murder of the 46-year-old Afro-American unemployed man, George Floyd, committed by a white policeman in Minneapolis, USA. This is one more murder  that comes to be added to the list of the countless victims of police and racist violence in the USA.