Despite being prepared far before the present events, the following document outlines all of the underlying contradictions which are now revealing themselves in the coronavirus crisis.
Jorge Martín analiza la oleada del “octubre rojo” que se vivió en América Latina el año pasado, con movimientos insurreccionales en un país tras otro.
Jorge Martin looks back on the tremendous “Red October” that swept Latin America last year, with insurrectionary movements in one country after another.
As protests continue in France, workers must build for an all-out, continuous general strike, setting the stage for a revolutionary struggle to bring down Macron.
On January 8, India came to a grinding halt as more than 250 million joined a general strike across the country, raising demands against the brutal policies of the Modi regime.
Chile is living through an uprising against the regime that has been going on for over 40 days already. The conditions for bringing Piñera down are present, but what is missing?
At yesterday’s general strike in France 1.5 million people demonstrated against Macron’s pension reform and the government as a whole. The spirit of the gilets jaunes can be felt on the streets.
Colombia has been shaken by a wave of protests spanning the entire country. What we are witnessing is the explosive irruption of the masses in politics.
One month has passed since an insurrectional movement began in Chile. The mass uprising has placed the reactionary government of Piñera against the ropes.
Last Friday, the Iranian government made a surprise announcement of deep cuts to fuel subsidies. Since then, tens of thousands of youth have taken to the streets.
“A phantom is haunting Europe.” With this celebrated phrase, Marx and Engels proclaimed the dawn of a new stage in human history. Now a phantom is haunting, not just Europe, but the whole world.
A powerful revolutionary movement has erupted in Lebanon, spanning the entire country and dramatically changing the political situation.