The following text represents the current political unity of the Maoist Communist Group. It includes two summations of experience by local units in Virginia and New York, as well as a theoretical synthesis of the lessons elaborated in the summations.
“By summing up experience, we can discern the contradictions between ourselves and the enemy and [...]
New York Struggle Committee Initiative (SCI) meeting March 2015.
Indian Expansionism’s Big Power Dreams
Nearly a year into its rule, the Modi regime is yet to deliver anything substantial on the so called ‘economic growth’ front –– other than several policy decisions that further open up the country to imperialist plunder. Despite the windfall gain made through the steep fall in [...]
Man involved in rocket attack on U.S. Embassy returned to Japan after 20 years in federal prison
A Japanese man, recently freed after nearly 20 years in federal prison for his role in the 1986 rocket attack on the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia, was returned from Louisiana to Japan Friday. On arrival, he [...]
This piece was written by a collective of writers who support the PCR-RCP Canada in response to a critique published by a supporter of the American Kasama Project organization, with the objective of clarifying the Party’s strategic line and deepening the discussion on what we think is the most important question the revolutionaries need [...]
Activists speak of police torture
Arun Ferreira releases Colours Of The Cage: A Prison Memoir
Three political activists, arrested on different days from different parts of the country and lodged in separate jails, narrated how they were all subjected to similar methods of torture by the police. “The police took me to [...]
(Editors Note: The following was a speech read at the local Assata Shakur Liberation Day event held on November 2nd in Richmond, Virginia. In honor of Assata and all homeland revolutionaries who have committed to the necessity of armed struggle to destroy the white settler-colonialist state.)
Honor Comrade Assata Shakur by continuing her [...]
Since the beginning of the 2000s with the political-military crisis in the Ivory Coast, and particularly in 2010, the West African sub-region has undergone major political events with great interests at play. Consider:
The evolution of the political and military situation in the Sahel (sub-Saharan) region because of the activities of AQIM (Al Qaeda [...]
Members of the community turned out recently for a screening of the documentary “Finally Got the News” (1970), about the League of Revolutionary Black Workers (LRBW). The event was hosted by the Initiative for a Central Brooklyn Struggle Committee (ICBSC). The film screening was followed by a wide-ranging discussion.
—One participant, struck by the [...]
The MCG-generated Initiative for a Central Brooklyn Struggle Committee recently held its second mass meeting. Around 30 people came together to discuss issues facing the neighborhood, including severe landlord neglect, police harassment of youth and the changing class character of the community. For several hours, participants exchanged experiences, proposed ideas for organization and actively [...]