Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire wants Case Reopened

On June 24, 2004 the General Secretary of Communist Youth of Côte d’Ivoire, Habib Dodo, was murdered by Student Federation [FESCI] of Côte d’Ivoire activists. During a press conference held on June 23 in Williamsville, M. Ekissi Achy, secretary general of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire, called for the reopening of the caseContinue reading “Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire wants Case Reopened”

The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire: “the downfall of Gbagbo does not solve the issue of development”

The fighting of the Ivorian people for freedom and bread rose despite the various obstacles encountered since the popular movements of 1990 that led to the concession by the proponents of multi-party rule. The experience of twenty (20) years since 1990 indicates that the acquisition of multiple parties does not mean the end of allContinue reading “The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire: “the downfall of Gbagbo does not solve the issue of development””

Tortured and killed: Hamza al-Khateeb, age 13

The mutilation and death in custody of a 13-year-old child has sparked further furious protests in Syrian city of Daraa. Hugh Macleod and Annasofie Flamand Hamza al-Khateeb used to love it when the rains came to his small corner of southern Syria, filling up the farmers’ irrigation channels enough so that he and the otherContinue reading “Tortured and killed: Hamza al-Khateeb, age 13”

Syria: Anti-Imperialism Needs the People

Democratic rights will strengthen the Arab revolution From Anti-imperialist Camp Syria remains the only Arab regime which maintains some anti-imperialist traits: its support to Hezbollah and the political space it offers to the Palestinian resistance movement – to name only the two most important ones. However, cementing its absolute, even dynastic powers, Bashar al-Assad isContinue reading “Syria: Anti-Imperialism Needs the People”

PCOF: Enough with the anti-democratic drift of Sarkozy in the name of security!

Demolishing the forces of repression, a Roma settlement in Bordeaux Enough THE DIVERSION undemocratic Sarkozy IN THE NAME OF SECURITY! This is a “reactive” auction that creates a mixture anakato stigma of “foreign” in orbit, the Roma within a demagogic populism around the “social insecurity.” Especially this time you wish to remove the citizenship ofContinue reading “PCOF: Enough with the anti-democratic drift of Sarkozy in the name of security!”

Jello Biafra Cancels Israel Show, Attacks Boycotters

The former lead singer of the Dead Kennedys has pulled out of a planned concert in Tel Aviv this weekend, but says he will still go to Israel. Jello Biafra, who was set to play in Tel Aviv for the first time on July 2 with his band the Guantanamo School of Medicine, said theContinue reading “Jello Biafra Cancels Israel Show, Attacks Boycotters”

Achy Ekissi, General Secretary of the PCRCI: ”We must repeal the constitution of 2000”

Monday, June 6, 2011 The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) voted last Thursday on the sociopolitical situation in the country. In an opening statement, the secretary general, said party Achy Ekissi pointed to the constitution which he says is partly responsible for the social divide today. Ainis he recommended its repeal. “We mustContinue reading “Achy Ekissi, General Secretary of the PCRCI: ”We must repeal the constitution of 2000””

Coalition against high prices: the PCRV made ​​its public appearance

By Moussa Zongo The demonstration of April 8 has kept all its promises. For the first time that the coalition is mobilizing all the world. Let us consider the three major events that have marked the day. For the first time, the Revolutionary Communist Party Voltaic (PCRV) made a public appearance. The underground party, knownContinue reading “Coalition against high prices: the PCRV made ​​its public appearance”

Appeal by PCRCI to the Peoples of Côte d’Ivoire to Continue to Fight for the Triumph of the Democratic Revolution

Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) The crisis of the neo-colonial system in Côte d’Ivoire continues to deepen every day. The economic base of the country has been destroyed throwing thousands of workers out of work and in the street. Youth unemployment and poverty grows. Political power was confiscated in 2005. Mismanagement, theft ofContinue reading “Appeal by PCRCI to the Peoples of Côte d’Ivoire to Continue to Fight for the Triumph of the Democratic Revolution”

Partija Rada on Kosova

The escalation of clashes in Kosova is evidence once again that nationalism and the nationalist evil not only bring pain and suffering to other nations, but are also an obstacle for ones own nation to achieve its freedom and prosperity. The Albanian people in Kosova, after the suffering caused by the Belgrade regime, are inContinue reading “Partija Rada on Kosova”

MLKP: Actions for the 10 Guerrillas Killed in Kurdistan

The armed forces of the colonialist Turkish bourgeois state killed 10 guerrillas in Sirnak within the framework of the uninterruptedly continuing military operations in Kurdistan. The People’s Defence Forces (HPG) announced that 10 guerrillas have fallen away and 8 Turkish soldiers have died in the conflict in Sirnak-Uludere that continued from May 12 to MayContinue reading “MLKP: Actions for the 10 Guerrillas Killed in Kurdistan”

Why China is Trying to Colonize Africa

Chinese social-imperialism continues its rise as Enver Hoxha predicted – ES. By David Blair No one alive at the close of the 19th century could have missed the “scramble for Africa”. A motley collection of robber barons, imperialist ideologues, explorers, rogues and adventurers – the likes of Cecil Rhodes and the appalling Leopold II, KingContinue reading “Why China is Trying to Colonize Africa”

2010 presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire: Yes to popular sovereignty! No to reactionary civil war! No to foreign military interventions!

The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) is a revolutionary party in the Ivory Coast. It participates in the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations and claims the line of Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labour of Albania. As such, it is non-revisionist and fights for a proletarian revolution. Since 1990 itContinue reading “2010 presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire: Yes to popular sovereignty! No to reactionary civil war! No to foreign military interventions!”

The Concept of the “Other” in Kim

Kipling seems to fancy himself as the first Eric Schlosser. In his story Kim, the presence of the concept of the “other” is scarce, even nonexistent, to the point of a noticeable, glaring omission. British, Indian and Tibetan cultures have minor contradictions with each other, but none is presented as particularly “domineering” over one anotherContinue reading “The Concept of the “Other” in Kim”

William Blake’s “Songs of Innocence” & “Songs of Experience”

William Blake’s Songs of Innocence is often thought of as the lighter, happier of the two collections of poems known as the Songs, the other of course being its polar opposite—the Songs of Experience. Upon the first reading of the text this proves to be superficially true, in that the Innocence songs are more uplifting.Continue reading “William Blake’s “Songs of Innocence” & “Songs of Experience””