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Police crack down on Zengakuren, arrest students for “obstructing university classes”

The police crackdown on the far left in Japan continues unabated. Following the two arrests at a Chūkaku-ha apartment (one was later released and another re-arrested) and recent Kakurōkyō raid, as well as numerous arrests and raids in 2015, now … Continue reading

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Police raid far-left Kakurōkyō faction over Yokota Air Base attack, arrest six

Security police have carried out raids on three covert bases allegedly linked to the “non-mainstream” faction of Kakurōkyō, the far-left group with a history of mortar attacks on US military facilities over the past 15 years. Police searched three sites … Continue reading

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Repression against Japanese communist organization Chūkaku-ha

The following post comes via Throw Out Your Books a useful source of English language material on the Japanese left-Signalfire On January 18th, police raided a small apartment in Kita ward in Tokyo, where they uncovered hints on the whereabouts … Continue reading

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Notes Towards a Critique of Euro-Marxism

Or How Insurgent Notes Distorts History and Peddles Cold War Anti-Communism with a Left varnish “This starting point uncovers an unacceptable mechanical position; for Marxism to appear on a world scale, the development of the working class to the level … Continue reading

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