REVOLUTION IN PERU: Outward Strength but Inner Weakness: Peru and the Lessons on Fascism

This article is a part of a series of articles that will be published this year, first online followed by print editions, that discuss the successes of the People’s War in Peru over the past forty years. Our intention is to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the initiation of the People’s War in Peru as … Continue reading REVOLUTION IN PERU: Outward Strength but Inner Weakness: Peru and the Lessons on Fascism

NEW BRUNSWICK: RSM Opens New Section

By: Siraj Students in Saint John, New Brunswick have opened up a new section of the Revolutionary Student Movement. With the launch of this new section the Revolutionary Student Movement now has a presence on campuses from coast to coast. The Revolutionary Student Movement – Saint John is holding regular study groups on Marxism-Leninism-Maoism to … Continue reading NEW BRUNSWICK: RSM Opens New Section

The COVID-19 Pandemic: In Canada, revolutionaries are building networks of solidarity

Originally posted on Redspark The following interview was conducted with representatives of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Canada (PCR-RCP), providing a revolutionary perspective on the current conditions of the pandemic in Canada. Redspark: Three weeks ago, your organization published an article analyzing the situation of the country in the context of the COVD-19 pandemic. How … Continue reading The COVID-19 Pandemic: In Canada, revolutionaries are building networks of solidarity

The Coronavirus, the Depression, and the Condition of the Working Class

By the MER-RSM Coordinating Committee The Canadian state and its entire imperialist project is in a general state of crisis. While this crisis may have been accelerated by the current Coronavirus pandemic, its root lies in the capitalist system itself of which Engels, one of the greatest leaders the working-class has ever produced, said: “In … Continue reading The Coronavirus, the Depression, and the Condition of the Working Class

Corona and Quebec: Lies Death and Fascism

By Johnathon Recently there has been a fake propaganda poll making the rounds that claim 94% of Quebecers agree with Francois Legault’s handling of the Coronavirus crisis. While we should be skeptical of the poll’s dubious and unrepresentative methodology, the fact that even one person thinks the government is properly handing this crisis is concerning. … Continue reading Corona and Quebec: Lies Death and Fascism

CHARLOTTETOWN: Rent Strike Gains Momentum

By Alexis J. The PEI government, which now has confirmed 18 cases, is doing relatively little for the working-class, and many more will suffer before the crisis ends. Many people in PEI are fearing unemployment, debt, and evictions, yet the government response is just more testing and social distancing. Ernie Hudson, the Minister of Social … Continue reading CHARLOTTETOWN: Rent Strike Gains Momentum

PHILLIPINES: The Key Role of the New People’s Army in the People’s Democratic Revolution

Originally posted here By Jose Marie Sison In advance of the 51st founding anniversary of the New People’s Army, journalists, academics and activists have asked me what is the key role of the NPA and related questions in the context of the ongoing people’s democratic revolution in the Philippines. I have relied on my background … Continue reading PHILLIPINES: The Key Role of the New People’s Army in the People’s Democratic Revolution

MONTREAL: Migrant Detainees Are on Hunger Strike

By Alexis J. As the COVID-19 crisis worsens large sections of the Candian proletariat are feeling the brunt of the pandemic. In the midst of a failed healthcare system and an absence of any meaningful relief plan, mass working-class organizations are being forged. All over the country, mutual aid programs that help provide supplies and … Continue reading MONTREAL: Migrant Detainees Are on Hunger Strike