GERMANY: Musa Aşoğlu Sentenced to Prison Amid Protests

By Emilio Gonzalez On February 6, the German courts sentenced Turkish revolutionary Musa Aşoğlu to six years and nine months in prison, based on his alleged leadership role in the Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party/Front (or DHKP-C). Police had originally arrested Aşoğlu in Hamburg on December 2, 2016 in a late-night house raid, and in the two years since his capture there has been an uproar … Continue reading GERMANY: Musa Aşoğlu Sentenced to Prison Amid Protests

GERMANY: Maoists Honor Rosa Luxemburg, Karl Liebknecht and VI Lenin

By Ed Dalton Maoists showed a strong and combative presence at the annual march in Germany to commemorate Liebknecht, Luxemburg, and Lenin (known as the LLL-demonstration) on January 15. 2019 marks the 100-year-anniversary since the assassination of Liebknecht and Luxemburg, who were leaders in organizing the Communist Party of Germany (KPD). The KPD was founded officially only 15 days before their assassination by social-fascists. The … Continue reading GERMANY: Maoists Honor Rosa Luxemburg, Karl Liebknecht and VI Lenin