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“After we are gone, what will you say you were doing? Will you say you were with us in our struggle or were you conforming to very system that drove us to our deaths?”

Quoting INLA Hunger Striker Patsy O’Hara that resonates to this day, when you see the actions of Aaron Bushnell.

Stand with Palestine 🇵🇸
Support the resistance!
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3 days ago

Workers World Party-Boston

We’re taking to the streets for a GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION!

3/2 Cambridge City Hall 1pm

🚨HANDS OFF RAFAH!

Organized by the Boston Coalition for Palestine

#EndAllUSAidToIsrael
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We’re taking to the streets for a GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION! 

3/2 Cambridge City Hall 1pm 

🚨HANDS OFF RAFAH!

Organized by the Boston Coalition for Palestine

#EndAllUSAidToIsraelImage attachment

Cumpleaños de Cecilia Magni

Cecilia Magni Camino, Nuestra comandanta con mucho cariño la llamábamos Tamara , cuando le dimos nacimiento a las MR. Organizadas y dirigidas por nuestra comandancia y su DN. Comenso a llamarse Pilar, Estudio Sociología y se vínculo a las JJCC. Para luego pasar a militar en el FPMR. Se destacó operativamente, participó en varias operaciones, tanto como combatiente así como también planificando, dirigiendo y desarrollando distintas estructuras.
Fue una de las buenas jefas, capaz de tratar a sus combatientes hombres y mujeres con energía y certeza, exigía rigurosidad en las medidas de seguridad que a veces rompía por qué no se aguantaba al encontrarse en la calle con alguno de los o las compás, y no abrasarte y preguntarte cómo estabas si te veía en algún lugar del país. En su billetera llevaba consigo “santitos religiosos” y le gustaba fumar aquellos cigarros mentholados llamados NEVADA.
Un día nos ordena preparar una operación que suponíamos podría caer más de alguno herido, la idea general era quitarle las subametralladora y las armas cortas que llevaban unos pacos que cuidaban unas casas de generales en providencia y demostrar la vulnerabilidad de la seguridad que tenían. Demostrarle al enemigo que éramos capaces de hacer lo que se nos ocurriera, no podrían dormir tranquilos mientras los y las RODRIGUISTAS existieran, estuvimos acuartelados en una casa de seguridad, donde Tamara nos entregaba las misiones, cuando explicó la posibilidad de heridos, nos dijo claramente, no se queda ningún hermano o hermano(a), en caso de algún herido tiene que llevárselo, y nos mostro como había que levantar a o el herido, le pidió al mas grande que se tirara al suelo, Sacha, y ella se agachó tomo su mano y lo levanto en su espalda, la verdad con esa demostración nadie sería capaz de dejar a un hermano herido o muerto.
El grupo que recuperaba la camioneta, tenia la misión de buscar una de características especiales, compuesto por 3 combatientes, un chófer operativo y 2 compás que reducían al chófer y le quitaban el vehículo, se cumplió sin grandes complicaciones excepto por qué el dueño del auto tomo un peñasco y lo lanzo en la ventana del chofer quebrando el vidrio que salto y produjo sangramiento en diversas partes, cara y brazos. No fue mucho pues no dejo heridas o eran minúsculas.
La primera vez que intentamos hacer la acción no pudimos al parecer habían detectado nuestro movimiento y Tamara, ante cualquier duda , ordeno abortar y replegarse. Pasaron unos días y fuimos convocados al PPO. (Punto previo a la operación ) y ocupamos nuestro puestos de combate. Desarrollamos la operación de acuerdo al plan, incluso tuvimos un herido y el jefe se lo llevó...El Mexicano era el jefe, (Muñoz Otárola). Finalmente el encargado de recoger los medios no logro entrar en el cerco, así que junto al termita tuvimos que salir con un bolso lleno de armas y granadas.
Nuestra hermana, comandanta Tamara hoy cumpliría 64 años, nació el año 1956 un 24 de febrero, cae en combate un 28 de octubre de 1988, en los Queñes
Los y las Rodriguistas saludamos a la mujer, amiga, compañera hermana que hizo del FPMR. Una organización en donde los y las combatientes teníamos antes que cualquier cosa ser Humilde y humanistas.
Honor y gloria a Cecilia Magni Camino.
HVOM
FPMR
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Message from the Frente Patriótico Manuel Rodríguez to the Jan. 21st International Assembly Against Imperialism in Solidarity with the Palestinian Resistance.

Viva la solidaridad entre los pueblos! 🇵🇸✊
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1 week ago

Workers World Party-Boston

Sandino Vive! La Lucha Sigue!
Sandino Lives! The Struggle Continues!

In the hearts and minds of Nicaraguan people Augusto Sandino, ¡presente!

Screen print made by Youth Against War and Fascism (YAWF), the youth wing of WWP, circa 1979.

🇳🇮❤️🖤🇳🇮

Between the years of 1926 and 1933, the United States used a big portion of its military power, including warships, artillery and thousands of well-armed U.S. Marines, to capture and kill the last remaining rebel general in Nicaragua, Augusto Cesar Sandino. Gen. Sandino gave birth to the popular, anti-imperialist struggle for sovereignty and independence from the United States when he refused to accept terms of a truce that would have resulted in handing control of the country and its resources to the United States; he continued to fight a guerrilla war in which he and his troops were at a gross disadvantage.

Yet thanks to their intimate knowledge of the terrain, popular support and the unbreakable resolve of his patriotic army, Gen. Sandino prevailed in 1933, and since then the Marines have never occupied Nicaraguan territory again.

However, the United States did not give up; they simply resorted to the use of lies and betrayal to obtain what Gen. Sandino had denied them for years in battle. They employed the services of a bourgeois liberal general named Anastasio Somoza to lure Gen. Sandino into a trap, and Somoza assassinated Gen. Sandino exactly [90] years ago today [Feb. 21]!

But the legacy of Gen. Sandino inspired the struggle for liberation of a revolutionary movement that not only eventually defeated what became the Somoza dynasty, which ruled Nicaragua for more than 40 years, but which also became one of the three governments collectively known today as the troika of tyranny! Of course [we are] talking about the Sandinista National Liberation Front or FSLN.

Read full article at workers.org/?p=48629

#Nicaragua #FSLN #GlobalSolidarity #revolution #Sandino #PatriaBendita #PatriaLibre #internationalist #liberation
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Sandino Vive! La Lucha Sigue! 
Sandino Lives! The Struggle Continues! 

In the hearts and minds of Nicaraguan people Augusto Sandino, ¡presente!

Screen print made by Youth Against War and Fascism (YAWF), the youth wing of WWP, circa 1979. 

🇳🇮❤️🖤🇳🇮

Between the years of 1926 and 1933, the United States used a big portion of its military power, including warships, artillery and thousands of well-armed U.S. Marines, to capture and kill the last remaining rebel general in Nicaragua, Augusto Cesar Sandino. Gen. Sandino gave birth to the popular, anti-imperialist struggle for sovereignty and independence from the United States when he refused to accept terms of a truce that would have resulted in handing control of the country and its resources to the United States; he continued to fight a guerrilla war in which he and his troops were at a gross disadvantage.

Yet thanks to their intimate knowledge of the terrain, popular support and the unbreakable resolve of his patriotic army, Gen. Sandino prevailed in 1933, and since then the Marines have never occupied Nicaraguan territory again.

However, the United States did not give up;  they simply resorted to the use of lies and betrayal to obtain what Gen. Sandino had denied them for years in battle. They employed the services of a bourgeois liberal general named Anastasio Somoza to lure Gen. Sandino into a trap, and Somoza assassinated Gen. Sandino exactly [90] years ago today [Feb. 21]!

But the legacy of Gen. Sandino inspired the struggle for liberation of a revolutionary movement that not only eventually defeated what became the Somoza dynasty, which ruled Nicaragua for more than 40 years, but which also became one of the three governments collectively known today as the troika of tyranny! Of course [we are] talking about the Sandinista National Liberation Front or FSLN.

Read full article at workers.org/?p=48629

#Nicaragua #FSLN #GlobalSolidarity #Revolution #Sandino #PatriaBendita #PatriaLibre #Internationalist #Liberation

SAM MARCY, Chairperson of WWP: “...The Manifesto illuminates a great number of complex ideas.

It presents the materialist conception of history in clear, brilliant language. It traces the history of the class struggle from its earliest days to 1848. It analyzes the rise of the bourgeoisie, explains its revolutionary role—and not only analyzes the intermediate classes in bourgeois society, but also mercilessly exposes the nature of capitalist exploitation and oppression as it had never been done before.

The Manifesto’s diagnosis of capitalist society is at the same time a prognosis of the destruction of capitalism at the hands of what the Manifesto calls the ‘grave diggers’ of capitalism—the revolutionary proletariat.”

#manifesto #communistmanifesto #communist #marx #proletariat #workingclass #workersworld #revolution #classstruggle #NoWarButClassWar
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SAM MARCY, Chairperson of WWP: “...The Manifesto illuminates a great number of complex ideas.

It presents the materialist conception of history in clear, brilliant language. It traces the history of the class struggle from its earliest days to 1848. It analyzes the rise of the bourgeoisie, explains its revolutionary role—and not only analyzes the intermediate classes in bourgeois society, but also mercilessly exposes the nature of capitalist exploitation and oppression as it had never been done before.

The Manifesto’s diagnosis of capitalist society is at the same time a prognosis of the destruction of capitalism at the hands of what the Manifesto calls the ‘grave diggers’ of capitalism—the revolutionary proletariat.”

#manifesto #communistmanifesto #communist #marx #proletariat #workingclass #workersworld #revolution #classstruggle #NoWarButClassWar

Of all the great classics in the treasury of Marxism, The Communist Manifesto unquestionably stands out as the most popular and widely read throughout the world. Bourgeois ideologists, even the most virulent opponents of Marxism, never fail to be astonished by the persistent attraction the Manifesto has for each new generation of revolutionary militants.

The Manifesto, written by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels in 1848, is a creative revolutionary synthesis of propaganda and agitation, as these terms were originally defined by George Plekhanov when he was still a revolutionary Marxist.

"Propaganda" was then understood as the presentation of many complex ideas to a small group of people, while "agitation" was conceived as the presentation of a few ideas or a single idea to a large audience. Of course, there’s no wall between the two.

The Manifesto illuminates a great number of complex ideas.

It presents the materialist conception of history in clear, brilliant language. It traces the history of the class struggle from its earliest days to 1848. It analyzes the rise of the bourgeoisie, explains its revolutionary role—and not only analyzes the intermediate classes in bourgeois society, but also mercilessly exposes the nature of capitalist exploitation and oppression as it had never been done before.

The Manifesto’s diagnosis of capitalist society is at the same time a prognosis of the destruction of capitalism at the hands of what the Manifesto calls the "grave diggers" of capitalism—the revolutionary proletariat.

www.workers.org/marcy/cd/sam_man/manifest/manif.htm
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Of all the great classics in the treasury of Marxism, The Communist Manifesto unquestionably stands out as the most popular and widely read throughout the world. Bourgeois ideologists, even the most virulent opponents of Marxism, never fail to be astonished by the persistent attraction the Manifesto has for each new generation of revolutionary militants.

The Manifesto, written by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels in 1848, is a creative revolutionary synthesis of propaganda and agitation, as these terms were originally defined by George Plekhanov when he was still a revolutionary Marxist.

Propaganda was then understood as the presentation of many complex ideas to a small group of people, while agitation was conceived as the presentation of a few ideas or a single idea to a large audience. Of course, there’s no wall between the two.

The Manifesto illuminates a great number of complex ideas.

It presents the materialist conception of history in clear, brilliant language. It traces the history of the class struggle from its earliest days to 1848. It analyzes the rise of the bourgeoisie, explains its revolutionary role—and not only analyzes the intermediate classes in bourgeois society, but also mercilessly exposes the nature of capitalist exploitation and oppression as it had never been done before.

The Manifesto’s diagnosis of capitalist society is at the same time a prognosis of the destruction of capitalism at the hands of what the Manifesto calls the grave diggers of capitalism—the revolutionary proletariat.

https://www.workers.org/marcy/cd/sam_man/manifest/manif.htm

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