PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Communist Party of Peru is Founded

Photo: José Carlos Mariátegui La Chira, founder and first General Secretary of what would become the Communist Party of Peru. By Mike Talavera On October 7, 1928, at the height of intense struggle against the social-fascist American Revolutionary Popular Alliance (APRA), José Carlos Mariátegui led the Marxists-Leninists in founding the Peruvian Socialist Party, which would later be renamed the Communist Party of Peru (PCP). This 91st … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Communist Party of Peru is Founded

PROLETARIAN HISTORY: Chairman Gonzalo’s Speech from the Cage

Photo: Chairman Gonzalo of the Communist Party of Peru delivering his famous “Speech from the Cage” after his capture in 1992. Editor’s note: We have retracted mention of “Comrade” Míriam from this piece after receiving criticism about her current involvement in revisionist organization MOVADEF and pushing the right opportunist line in Peru as well as spreading anti-party lies about Chairman Gonzalo. We self-criticize for not … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: Chairman Gonzalo’s Speech from the Cage

PROLETARIAN HISTORY: Founding of the Communist Party of India (Maoist)

By Mike Talavera On September 21, 2004, somewhere deep within the forests of India, the official merger of the Maoist Communist Centre of India and the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist)[People’s War] was declared, and the Communist Party of India (Maoist) was founded. Fifteen years later in 2019, at the Andhra-Odisha border, an announcement was made at a meeting celebrating this anniversary that the name … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: Founding of the Communist Party of India (Maoist)

PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Homestead Strike

By Mark Delaney On June 30, 1892, steelworkers in Homestead, Pennsylvania began a massive strike that would culminate with a full-scale battle at the Homestead Steel Works, owned by the Carnegie Steel Company. The workers were organized under the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, a national trade union, although the union’s membership was only for skilled craftsmen. Production at the mill was increasing due … Continue reading PROLETARIAN HISTORY: The Homestead Strike

El Primero de Mayo a través de los Estados Unidos

Editado por Mike Talavera, con contribuciones de Gabriel Roshan, Jennifer Kelly, y Jenna Humphrey Además de las marchas del Primero de Mayo en Austin y Los Ángeles, muchas otras ciudades celebraron el Día Internacional de los Trabajadores el pasado miércoles. Estas marchas y acciones, modestas pero militantes, demuestran una clara ruptura con la izquierda mayoritaria de los Estados Unidos que ha descuidado el Día de … Continue reading El Primero de Mayo a través de los Estados Unidos

Reporte Internacional del Primero de Mayo 2019

El siguiente es un informe internacional del Primero de Mayo 2019 de los camaradas de Dem Volke Dienen. A continuación, presentamos un breve resumen de docenas de acciones, informes, imágenes y videos tomados de casi todos los continentes. Se intentó dar una visión global, aunque sin duda hay deficiencias. Expresamos nuestro saludo a todas las acciones desarrolladas al servicio de la Revolución Proletaria Mundial por … Continue reading Reporte Internacional del Primero de Mayo 2019

HISTORIA PROLETARIA: La Guerra Popular se inicia en Perú en 1980

Por Ulrike Salazar En la tarde del 17 de mayo 1980, un destacamento del Partido Comunista del Perú (PCP) asaltó la ciudad de Chuschi en la región de Ayacucho, en el sur de Perú, atando al registrador y arrebatando las urnas y listas de votantes y prendiéndoles fuego en la plaza del pueblo. No fue simplemente una acción simbólica, fue una declaración de guerra. Esto … Continue reading HISTORIA PROLETARIA: La Guerra Popular se inicia en Perú en 1980