Marxist–Leninist Communist Party (Turkey): Freedom for Francisco Caraballo!

April 2005 Capitalist system applies all sorts of violence against its opponents, especially the communists all over the world. Because, the communists are building the future and the exploiters know this very well. The torture and prisons also cannot change the advancing of the history and the revolutionary wills of the political prisoners: “I believeContinue reading “Marxist–Leninist Communist Party (Turkey): Freedom for Francisco Caraballo!”

Stop Killer Coke!

Death squads have assassinated eight trade union leaders in Coca-Cola bottling plants in Colombia. The Stop Killer Coke campaign holds the beverage giant responsible. MADELEINE BARAN This article is from the November/December 2003 issue of Dollars & Sense magazine. On the morning of December 5, 1996, two members of a paramilitary gang drove a motorcycleContinue reading “Stop Killer Coke!”

In Terrorism-Law Case, Chiquita Points to U.S.

By Carol D. Leonnig Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, August 2, 2007 On April 24, 2003, a board member of Chiquita International Brands disclosed to a top official at the Justice Department that the king of the banana trade was evidently breaking the nation’s anti-terrorism laws. Roderick M. Hills, who had sought the meeting withContinue reading “In Terrorism-Law Case, Chiquita Points to U.S.”

‘Para-politics’ Goes Bananas

In a scandal with wide-ranging implications for US-Colombia ties, Chiquita Brands International, the mega-fruit company, agreed earlier this month to pay $25 million in fines to the US government for making payments of more than $1.7 million to a Colombian terrorist paramilitary group. At the center of the scandal is the United Self-Defense Forces ofContinue reading “‘Para-politics’ Goes Bananas”

Communist Party of Colombia (Marxist-Leninist): Alfonso Cano Falls in Combat, but the Struggle Continues

The Secretariat of the Central Staff of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – Popular Army (FARC-EP), in a statement on the last day on November 5, recognizes the death of its Commanding General, comrade Alfonso Cano. The statement highlights the history of the FARC as a source of integrity resulting Fighter Commander Cano, storyContinue reading “Communist Party of Colombia (Marxist-Leninist): Alfonso Cano Falls in Combat, but the Struggle Continues”

PCC-ML: The Exchange of Prisoners of War

A few days after the reelection of Uribe has put on more evidence of the fragility of an illegal and illegitimate government (rejected by 73% of Colombians), fitted based on repression, lies, car bombings, paramilitary killings, extraditions, violation of fundamental economic, social and political rights, privatization, unemployment, erratic restructuring, hunger and misery. In addition, crossedContinue reading “PCC-ML: The Exchange of Prisoners of War”

For the FARC Hugo Chavez is unpredictable

“Quite unpredictable and dangerous is Chavez’s policy, while imperialist and promises denies socialism is Uribe’s hand while homologous to the FARC and paramilitary criminals presence on the border,” said Raul Reyes, number two Marxist-Leninist guerrillas in Colombia, in a letter to the secretariat issued on June 25, 2007. In previous communications, the guerrilla leader nowContinue reading “For the FARC Hugo Chavez is unpredictable”

PC de C (M-L) & EPL on the death of Manuel Marulanda of the FARC-EP

Manuel Marulanda is a deceased leader of the FARC-EP in Colombia. In March 2006, Alberto Gonzales, the theocratic crypto-fascist Attorney General of the United States, announced in conjunction with Drug Enforcement Administration and United States Department of Justice officials that the US State Department had placed a $5 million dollar reward on Marulanda’s head orContinue reading “PC de C (M-L) & EPL on the death of Manuel Marulanda of the FARC-EP”

Government followers reject deportation of alleged FARC member Joaquín Pérez Becerra

Dozens of people demonstrated in front of the headquarters of the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs to reject the deportation to Colombia of Joaquín Pérez Becerra, an alleged member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and editor of the Stockholm-based Noticias Nueva Colombia (Anncol) news agency. They defended him on the grounds thatContinue reading “Government followers reject deportation of alleged FARC member Joaquín Pérez Becerra”

On Joaquín Pérez Becerra

Joaquín Pérez Becerra is being deported from Venezuela to Colombia, where the Colombian government is accusing Becerra of “terrorism” because his news site, The New Colombia News Agency (ANNCOL), allegedly “supports” the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC-EP). Venezuelan authorities arrested Becerra on 23 April at Maiquetia International Airport, outside of Caracas, after a phoneContinue reading “On Joaquín Pérez Becerra”

President Santos after gaining support from Correa and Chavez to attack the FARC-EP

The leader of the communist guerrillas of the FARC in Colombia, Alfonso Cano, was “to fall” on Thursday in a military operation against him in the south, revealed on Sunday the president Juan Manuel Santos. According to Santos, the troops reached the camp early Thursday in which it was Cano, but he had fled earlier.Continue reading “President Santos after gaining support from Correa and Chavez to attack the FARC-EP”

Colombia says Chavez helpful against FARC

BOGOTA, April 19, 2011 (AFP) – Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos said left-wing FARC guerrillas are probably operating in neighboring Venezuela but that leftist President Hugo Chavez was helping to battle them. “It is likely that the guerrillas are also present in Venezuela, but I am confident that they are not under the protection ofContinue reading “Colombia says Chavez helpful against FARC”

Profile of the Communist Party of Colombia (Marxist-Leninist) and Popular Liberation Army (EPL)

The Ejercito Popular de Liberacion (EPL), or Popular Liberation Army, was founded on December the 17th, 1967, as the armed wing of the Communist Party of Colombia Marxist-Leninist (PCC-ML), a Maoist and then Hoxhaist split from the pro-Soviet Communist Party of Colombia founded in July, 1965. The Popular Liberation Army is considered the third largestContinue reading “Profile of the Communist Party of Colombia (Marxist-Leninist) and Popular Liberation Army (EPL)”