sábado, 21 de abril de 2018

INDIA: Suboficial de las CRPF muere en emboscada maoísta en Chhattisgarh.


correovermello-noticias
New Delhi, 21.04.18
Según un reporte de la prensa india, un suboficial del 212 batallón de las CRPF murió en el curso de un enfrentamiento con guerilleros del maoísta EGPL esta madrugada.
El combate tuvo lugar en una zona boscosa del distrito Sukma, Chhattisgarh, cuando una unidad de las fuerzas represivas fue atacada por combatientes del Ejercito Guerrillero Popular de Liberación en el bosque de Kistaram.
El distrito de Sukma esta considerado un semillero maoísta en la región de Bastar, donde opera el batallón número1 del EGPL, encabezado por el líder maoísta Mandvi Hidma.

jueves, 19 de abril de 2018

INDIA: Abolish the Ministry and the Departments of Forestry




Once the Brits came and imposed their capitalism in India the upper castes and the Brits took the common property resources and shared them out by privatising them. Everyone got to do what the hell they wanted and the poor lost everything. Now the end of capitalism is happening because the commons are getting wiped out. Now if anything is to be saved instead of capitalism we need communism. Communism is the ethos of the sharing the commons in order to preserve it.
The commons are the atmosphere, the air and its silences, the air and its scents, the soil and its trillions of organisms and plants, the animals in field and meadow and forest, the forests, the wetlands and the lakes and the oceans, and human society itself, in short, the biosphere as a whole, its glorious self generating, self sustaining and self remediating wholeness. When humans behave like any other lowly animal and plant member of their ecosystem, using a common resource for basic needs without destroying the system we depend on, we are what Karl Marx understood as communists. Communists do not privatise the commons but conserve the biosphere by loving all living beings and all other humans and all of nature as much as we love ourselves. We are willing to sacrifice ourselves for each other and for the commons. In death we live on in the memory of our loved ones and in the soils. Through our sacrifice we defend what is worth defending, the intactness of natural beauty.
In this context forget that the Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change in India has just proposed a new forest policy and is asking for comment. Or if you do comment, comment just one line: abolish the Union and the State Ministries of Forestry.
All of India is held in common, as is the world. All citizens should take their sense of self by the scruff of its neck and do our utmost to protect the last intact soils, the ecosystems, wetland, all living organisms, and the health of human beings, plants and animals. We should be, and by heritage and tradition are meant to be, living in common, conserving forests, wetlands, oceans, the soils, the atmosphere, and each other. This cannot be done if there is a State above the Gram Sabha or town ward telling us what to do. As the Adivasis of Jharkhand are saying: “We are the Bharat Sarkar (the Indian government). We do not recognise the Central or State governments or the President, Prime Minister or Governor. Our gram sabha is the real constitutional body. We will not allow anyone to enter our areas without our permission. We will not be exploited anymore,” they say in unison. The youth seem more agitated. “We are the real inhabitants of this country — jal, jungle, jameen (water, forest and land) is ours and no one can take them away from us,” they say. “And Pathalgadi (the stone plaques and signboards) are all about this.”
If there is no Forest Department, no Ministry of Forests, and no State, we will be able to defend our girls and boys from rapes better than we can protect them today. It is the State agents that are raping, they and their goons, raping and pillaging in the name of development of Hindu Rashtra. No multiparty democracy can remedy this situation. Only communism can.


Anandi Sharan was born in Switzerland, lives in Bangalore and last year worked in Araria District Bihar, India. She works on trying to find the best money system to help people adapt to climate change especially in India.

ESTADO ESPAÑOL: Sale la versión en castellano del libro: Operación Cacería Verde" en la India, del antropólogo social y sindicalista Adolfo Naya.


 
"El genocidio practicado bajo la máscara de la estrategia de contrainsurgencia “Corazones y Mentes”, que en la India se denomina Operación “Cacería Verde”, es la práctica más extrema de la lucha de clases por parte de las clases explotadoras, que utilizan la máxima fuerza acumulada del monopolio de la violencia, con la intención de eliminar a los sectores que se resisten a vender sus tierras o sus cuerpos y como forma de disciplinamiento del resto de las clases explotadas, para que vean lo que les puede pasar si deciden rebelarse."
 
 
Resultado de imagen de operacion caceria verde adolfo naya

INDIA: El camarada Vara Vara Rao, presidente del FDR, condena el hostigamiento de Rona Wilson y otros activistas

miércoles, 18 de abril de 2018

INDIA: Noticias de la guerra popular.

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correovermello-noticias
New Delhi, 17.04.18
Medios de la prensa india informan de diversas acciones de la guerra popular que dirige el Partido Comunista de la India (maoísta).
En el distrito de Koraput, un reaccionario despota local, antiguo jefe del Panchayat (gobierno local) de la aldea de Dandabadi fue tiroteado por un comando del EGPL, cuando se dirigía  a un mercado semanal en la citada localidad, falleció antes de llegar al hospital.
En una amplia asamblea en la región Andhra Odisha Border (AOB), el Secretario de división, camarada Ramana, del PCI (maoísta), calificó al premier del estado de Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu, de lacayo imperialista y dijo que el saqueo y la explotación han aumentado desde la división del estado, criticando duramente la represión contra las desafortunadas tribus para buscar la riqueza mineral de bauxita en la zona.

El camarada Ramana llamo a las masas a golpear “con las zapatillas” a los políticos reaccionarios.
Se informa que la policia ha desatado una serie de redadas contra activistas dalit y sectores progresistas en diversos estados de la India. En Mumbay, Pune y Nagpur agentes de las fuerzas represivas arrrestaron a reconocidas personalidades progresistas como el abogado Surendra Gadling, en su domicilio en Nagpur, conocido por representar a varios presuntos maoístas en diferentes tribunales o a la activista de Chhattisgarh, Soni Sori.
Ampliación: Otras noticias informan de la detención del activista Rona Wilson portavoz del Comité para la Liberación de Prisioneros Políticos (CRPP) y condena enérgicamente las redadas policiales en las residencias de los activistas populares en los terminos mas duros.

martes, 17 de abril de 2018

COLOMBIA: Condenando energicamente agresión a Siria.



¡ALTO AL GENOCIDIO IMPERIALISTA EN SIRIA!

Los imperialistas de Estados Unidos, Francia y Reino Unido han hecho un bombardeo conjunto sobre Damasco capital de Siria, pretextando el supuesto ataque del ejército sirio con armas químicas en Duma, último reducto en la región de Guta Oriental, de las fuerzas respaldadas militarmente por el imperialismo yanqui que se oponen al régimen de Bashar Al Asad apoyado militarmente por el imperialismo ruso.
¿Se usaron o no armas químicas? ¿Fue un ataque del ejército gubernamental o del ejército rebelde al borde de la derrota en Duma? ¿Es un montaje de los imperialistas yanquis e ingleses para intervenir y contrarrestar el control de Al Asad y sus aliados imperialistas rusos en Guta Oriental? Nada de esto se puede afirmar a ciencia cierta, más cuando la desinformación y la mentira son la pauta de los medios de comunicación imperialistas.
Pero la verdad sí es que la guerra en Siria es una guerra reaccionaria donde los imperialistas principalmente de Estados Unidos y Rusia pujan por el control del territorio, y como toda guerra reaccionaria va revestida de piadosos “motivos altruistas”, sublimes “fines democráticos”, obligadas “cruzadas antiterroristas”, indispensables bombardeos para “destruir las armas químicas” de Bashar Al Asad y así “ayudar, defender y proteger” a la población, cuando siempre son civiles las víctimas de las bombas, de las masacres y genocidios jamás presentados por los medios imperialistas.
¡Las prédicas imperialistas en defensa de los pueblos inocentes son siempre campañas mentirosas! ¡Todos los imperialistas son enemigos a muerte de los pueblos del mundo! Sus bombas y despliegue militar en Siria realmente persiguen además de posiciones estratégicas para una guerra mundial, la rapiña del petróleo abundante en esa zona del planeta.
Apoderarse del petróleo en el Medio Oriente fue el verdadero motivo del derrocamiento de Sadam Husein y la ocupación de Irak con el pretexto similar de incautarle “sus armas de destrucción masiva” que nunca aparecieron. El petróleo fue la causa de fondo para derrocar y asesinar a Gadafi, destruir y ocupar Libia, y ha sido la raíz de la oprobiosa dominación nacional del pueblo kurdo y de la reciente componenda imperialista en la toma a sangre y fuego de la ciudad de Afrin en el Kurdistán Sirio utilizando la máquina militar del reaccionario régimen turco de Erdogán.
Saquear la riqueza petrolera es también la causa profunda del tira y afloje inter imperialista sobre Venezuela. No era otra la agenda principal de la reunión de Trump con las clases reaccionarias pro imperialistas representadas en la Cumbre de Lima y de su abortada visita a Colombia, cuyo solo anuncio de inmediato desató las voces de rechazo de revolucionarios y trabajadores, en contraste con el silencio total de los farsantes candidatos presidenciales incluido el que llaman de “izquierda”, porque sencillamente todos son representantes, directos unos, colados otros, de las clases dominantes en Colombia —burguesía y terratenientes— bien conocidas por su catadura lacaya, servil y cómplice del bandidaje imperialista.
Otra verdad incontrovertible del carácter reaccionario de la guerra en Siria, es el hecho de que los muertos, heridos, lisiados, desterrados, son principalmente de las masas del pueblo, no de los ejércitos contendientes quienes tienen armas para protegerse en el ataque y en el repliegue.
Las únicas guerras que benefician al pueblo son las guerras populares donde las masas trabajadoras dejan de ser carne de cañón y se convierten en fuerzas armadas protagonistas conscientes del combate a sus odiados enemigos, como hoy lo demuestra el ejemplo de la justa Guerra Popular en la India, que a pesar de enfrentar a uno de los ejércitos más sanguinarios y más grandes del mundo al servicio de las clases explotadoras representadas por el Régimen de Modi confabulado con los imperialistas yanquis e ingleses, es una guerra que avanza a la vanguardia de la revolución en ese subcontinente asiático, porque cuenta con la participación directa de las masas oprimidas y explotadas, porque está bien dirigida por el Partido Comunista de la India (Maoísta), porque se ha ganado el apoyo internacional de obreros, pueblos y comunistas de otros países.
Ya se ha comprobado que la lucha armada de las masas del pueblo, cuando tiene una dirección revolucionaria, puede derrotar a grandes y poderosos ejércitos imperialistas. Las masas armadas de la Rusia Soviética en los años siguientes a la Revolución de Octubre de 1917 derrotaron la agresión de ejércitos imperialistas de Inglaterra, Francia, Japón y EU, y más tarde, en la Segunda Guerra Mundial repelieron y vencieron el poderío nazi del imperialismo alemán. También en la China revolucionaria las masas armadas propinaron contundentes derrotas a los ejércitos imperialistas del Japón y Estados Unidos. Las masas armadas de Vietnam, Laos y Camboya humillaron al moderno y todo poderoso ejército del imperialismo yanqui. Las masas armadas de Afganistán expulsaron al ejército social-imperialista ruso y resistieron el embate de ejércitos imperialistas del Reino Unido, Canadá y principalmente de Estados Unidos obligado a iniciar una retirada con sabor a derrota. Por supuesto que ésta no es la situación actual de Siria, pero todo apunta a que lo será en un futuro no muy lejano porque la opresión hace germinar las semillas de la revolución.
¡El imperialismo no es imbatible! ¡Es un gigante con pies de barro! Bien lo dijo y lo comprobó en los hechos el Presidente Mao, tácticamente el imperialismo es un tigre peligroso, pero estratégicamente es un tigre de papel. Todos los imperialistas representan un sistema mundial de opresión y explotación cuyo peso muerto agobia y asfixia a la sociedad, por lo cual su derrota ya no es un problema de unos cuantos países, sino algo crucial para la existencia de la humanidad.
El imperialismo debe morir pues históricamente el capitalismo dio lo que tenía que dar y se convirtió en un sistema caduco, reaccionario, decadente, putrefacto, en descomposición, agonizante, en un zombi depredador de hombres y destructor de la naturaleza. Al mundializar la explotación asalariada en una cadena de producción cada vez más social, el capitalismo creó la premisa material fundamental para un nuevo sistema social, el Socialismo, pero no la caricatura cubana o bolivariana delineada dentro del viejo Estado de dictadura de la burguesía, sino el verdadero Socialismo sólo posible con el gobierno de un nuevo Estado, que no es otro que la Dictadura del Proletariado.
El actual genocidio en Siria demuestra que los imperialistas, principalmente los yanquis, usan cualquier pretexto para intervenir como gendarmes en los países oprimidos. Aunque a veces se coluden, como hoy lo hacen Estados Unidos, Francia y Reino Unido, no pueden evitar ni suprimir sus contradicciones inter imperialistas determinadas por el desarrollo desigual de los países, como también hoy, resaltan con Rusia por el dominio militar, político y económico de Siria; y tales contradicciones dividen y debilitan a los imperialistas cuyos sueños de ser los eternos dueños del mundo son ¡sueños reaccionarios! ¡El imperialismo no tiene futuro! ¡El futuro es el socialismo y el comunismo!
¡ALTO AL GENOCIDIO IMPERIALISTA EN SIRIA!
¡FUERA DE SIRIA TODOS LOS IMPERIALISTAS Y SUS CÓMPLICES REACCIONARIOS!

Comité de Dirección – Unión Obrera Comunista (mlm)
Colombia, Abril 14 de 2018

India: Maoístas destruyen edificios de base policial en Sukma.


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correovermello-noticias
New Delhi, 14.04.18
Artificieros del maoísta Ejercito Guerrillero Popular de Liberación destruyeron con explosivos diversas instalaciones de un antiguo campamento de las CRPF  en Boreguda, Sukma, alrededor de la 1.30 de la madrugada.
Así mismo, se reporta un ataque de una columna de unos 150 combatientes del EGPL a las obras de una carretera en Dharampenta y PEdgudam en el distrito de Sukma. En el ataque fue destruido un camión.
Todo esto en la visita del genocida premier Modi a la zona, en medio de un despliegue espectacular de mas de 10.000 efectivos de diversos cuerpos represivos, equipados con helicópteros y drones de vigilancia.
Fuentes policiales afirman haber desactivado numerosas cargas explosivas colocadas por los naxalitas en carreteras del distrito de Kanker
El clandestino Partido Comunista de la India (maoísta) hizo un llamado a las masas a boicotear la visita del lider fascista azafrán Modi.

sábado, 14 de abril de 2018

Índia: Saibaba sofre maus tratos na prisão

 REDAÇÃO DE AND
 

jueves, 12 de abril de 2018

Campaña Internacional Anuradha Ghandy.

Convocatoria: Acciones por y para el feminismo proletario - Campaña Anuradha Ghandy

10 de abril de 2018
 
Llamamos a una serie de acciones dirigidas por revolucionarios para el feminismo proletario en el estado francés y en todo el mundo.

A partir del 12 de abril, retransmitiremos iniciativas que fomenten el desarrollo y el refuerzo del feminismo proletario y las organizaciones revolucionarias que lo defienden.

Esta fecha no fue elegida por casualidad. Conmemora los 10 años del aniversario de la muerte de la camarada Anuradha Ghandy. Esta inmensa revolucionaria comunista y proletaria fue una de las principales líderes de la lucha de las mujeres por su emancipación en el estado indio. Ella falleció como una mártir, muriendo de una enfermedad grave mientras estaba sirviendo a la gente, a las mujeres y a su revolución. Sus escritos y acciones encarnan la síntesis y la esencia de lo que significa el feminismo proletario.

También respondemos al llamado del Comité Internacional de Apoyo a la Guerra Popular en la India para el "Tour del Trueno de Primavera", un conjunto de manifestaciones de solidaridad internacionalista, antiimperialista y revolucionaria con la Guerra Popular en la India.
 
¡Larga vida a la lucha de las mujeres proletarias por su liberación! ¡Honor a la camarada Anuradha Ghandy! ¡Adelante en el desarrollo de un movimiento proletario feminista en el mundo!
 

campagneanughandy@protonmail.com

 

INDIA: Seminario sobre a situación dos prisioneiros políticos na India. 22 de abril. Delhi.

Publicado en India Vermella

miércoles, 11 de abril de 2018

PERÚ: Rechazar la VIII Cumbre de las Américas impulsada por el imperialismo yanqui que se realizará el 13 y 14 de abril en Lima.


Rechazamos la VIII Cumbre de las Américas, a realizarse en Lima el 13 y 14 de abril del 2018 en Lima-Perú, por ser un foro internacional que el imperialismo norteamericano viene impulsando  principalmente con los países agrupados en la Alianza del Pacífico, en función de la ejecución de sus planes hegemónicos en la región sudamericana, y a la concreción de su llamado “Plan Perú”, que está íntimamente ligado a la ampliación de su plan fascista de 1990 reajustado con miras al “bicentenario” 2021.

Mucho se comenta sobre la no venida del archirreaccionario y genocida presidente de los Estados Unidos, Donlad Trump, pero esta no significa ningún cambio importante en los planes del imperialismo yanqui para América Latina, su patrio trasero, donde está incluído el Perú. Como lo dice a el diario El Comercio (11 de abril 2018), el internacionalista Ernesto Velit:

""Le va a restar un poco del 'glamour' que iba a tener la cumbre, pero no creo que le reste la importancia política porque la reunión va a seguir con todos los temas de agenda de vital importancia como la corrupción y la gobernabilidad", señaló el analista a El Comercio.
En ese sentido, destacó que Estados Unidos de todas maneras va a estar presente a través del vicepresidente Mike Pence. "Evidentemente le resta espectacularidad al evento, pero no fuerza política ni diplomática", añadió".
Además está cumbre significará un gran despliegue represivo contra el pueblo peruano que es contrario a la realización de esta cumbre entre el imperialismo y sus lacayos del continente, ya que el gobierno que encabeza el viejo Estado terrateniente-burocrático al servicio del imperialismo, principalmente yanqui, ha dispuesto el despliegue de 16 mil policias para reprimir las demostraciones contra la realización de esta cumbre, a las que se sumaran cientos de efectivos militares del imperialismo yanqui a los cuales se les autorizado su ingreso con armamento al país para dar "seguridad" a sus representantes y las Fuerzas Armadas genocidas estrán listas para disparar en el momento requerido y asimismo el gobierno ha declarado el cese de las actividades del sector público y privado el 13 y 14 de abril fecha de la realización de la VIII Cumbre de las Américas.
 
"La seguridad del presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump (ahora para la de su vice-presidente Mike Pence, nota nuestra) durante su participación en la VIII Cumbre de las Américas, que se celebrará en Lima la próxima semana, estará a cargo de 568 militares de su país, que ingresarán a Perú armados y con dos helicópteros.
El Pleno del Congreso aprobó un proyecto de resolución legislativa que autoriza el ingreso al país de las tropas de Estados Unidos “como miembros de seguridad” de Trump durante su permanencia en Lima.
Precisó que ese cuerpo estará integrado por 114 miembros del Ejército y 454 miembros de la Fuerza Aérea estadounidense, quienes permanecerán 18 días en el país “con equipo militar, armamento y dos helicópteros”. (Nota de prensa del Congreso del Perú, del chiquero de la plaza Bolívar)

Y la nota de Ripley en una cita del amo y lacayos podridos como el peón Vizcarra: "La VIII Cumbre de las Américas se realizará el 13 y 14 de abril en Lima, donde los jefes de Estado abordarán como tema central la gobernabilidad democrática frente a la corrupción, así como la adopción de medidas concretas en esa materia".

Las fuerzas policiales serán concentradas para reprimir las manifestaciones de las masas
Y cuando no los oportunistas? En este caso los del frente amplio aumiendo la representación de todos los oportunistas, expresaron su "alegría por la no venida de Trump", es decir la no venida del cabeza del imperialismo yanqui que se hace representar por su Vice-precidente Pence, ya cambia la cosa, cambia el carácter de la misma? No, ese argumento oportunista lacayuno solo sirve a justificar la marcha adelante del plan yanqui de la VIII Cumbre. Así lo dio a conocer uno de sus gonfalones, "el portavoz del Frente Amplio, Wilbert Rozas, quien dijo creer que “en una cumbre donde se está hablando de gobernabilidad de ninguna manera podría venir una persona que falta a los derechos humanos”( nota del mismo diario reaccionario citado). En otras palabras para estas ratas si no viene Trump la cumbre es buena y no hay que salir a protestar contra la cumbre e irse a encerrar en algún gran salón para la "alternativa" con sus personalidades oportunistas y representantes de la facción burocrática de algunos países del continente. No! Las masas tienen que salir a manifestarse contra la realización de este foro internacional que el imperialismo norteamericano viene impulsando  principalmente con los países agrupados en la Alianza del Pacífico, en función de la ejecución de sus planes hegemónicos en la región sudamericana, y a la concreción de su llamado “Plan Perú”, que está íntimamente ligado a la ampliación de su plan fascista de 1990 reajustado con miras al “bicentenario” 2021. Las masas tienen que salir a manifestarse contra los representanes del imperialismo yanqui y sus lacayos sin dejarse llevar trás las cabezas del oportunismo en América Latina.
¡YANQUIS GO HOME

martes, 10 de abril de 2018

INDIA: Fight Brahmanical Hindu Fascism! Expand the Protracted People’s War! Advance the New Democratic Revolution! By Varavara Rao.

Fight Brahmanical Hindu Fascism! Expand the Protracted People’s War! Advance the New Democratic Revolution! By Varavara Rao

April 5th, 2018
 


The killings of Mohammad Akhlaq, Prof. M M Kalburgi and Yakub Memon have come to symbolize in many ways the prevailing situation in the country under Modi-led BJP-rule. Akhlaq was bludgeoned to death at his Dadri home in September by a lynch mob that was instigated, mobilised and led by a bunch of Sanghi goons after maliciously spreading the rumour of beef-eating.
Prof. Kulbargi was shot dead by unidentified Hindutva-fascist assassins because of his consistent and irrepressible opposition to their designs in Karnataka. Memon was hanged this July in Nagpur jail after his conviction in the 1993 Mumbai blasts in a travesty of justice.
For the self-appointed gendarmes of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’, to eat something of one’s choice is anti-national, to voice dissent is anti-national, to be even the brother of a Muslim who is accused of so-called anti-national activities is anti-national – ‘crimes’ that are punishable by death according to the Manuvadi Hindutva-fascists.
Whether the execution is actually carried out judicially by the state or by any of the numerous murderous gangs raised by the hydra-headed RSS – it makes little different to the person at the receiving end.
These killings (and of Govind Phansade and Narendra Dabholkar earlier) are but a few of the more talked-about incidents in what has become an incessant barrage of attacks carried out in many forms by the Hindutva-fascists across the country.
Particularly since the BJP government came to power, such attacks are taking place almost on a daily basis. Though termed by some as ‘intolerance’, this is part of an all-round attack by the Brahmanical Hindu fascist forces against the people and affecting all spheres of their lives.
These attacks are simultaneously ideological, political, social, religious, ethnic, economic, cultural, juridical and environmental – carried out with violent and non-violent, legal and illegal, constitutional and extra-constitutional means.
On their target are all kinds of dissent and non submissiveness, particularly the fighting organizations and individuals – revolutionary, democratic, secular and patriotic – as well as Muslims and Christians, Dalits and Adivasis, women and people of other oppressed genders, oppressed nationalities and even sections of the parliamentary opposition.
In fact, anyone who refuses to fall in line with their Hindutva agenda or opposes their fascist diktats is a potential target. Indeed, at a time like this when the assault of he Hindutva-fascists is becoming increasingly conspicuous in all spheres of the society and the state, one cannot be faulted for wondering if a vast section of our people are already made to live in the shadows of a veritable ‘Hindu Rashtra’.
Hindu-fascism, even with its specificities, shares many characteristics of the fascisms that emerged in the capitalist countries during the economic, social and political crises period of the the1930s, the Great Depression and the interval between the two inter imperialist World Wars.
Like Italian fascism and German Nazism, Hindutva too is a phenomenon of the era of imperialism and proletarian revolution, emerging along right-wing or fascist parties, institutions, armed detachments and gangs in the capitalist imperialist countries with or without a parliamentary democratic cover. Fascism raised its head when at its highest stage, capitalism had entered a period of general crisis and socialism emerged as a real alternative before the world people with the victory of Bolshevik Revolution.
The role of Italian, German, Japanese and other fascist movements of that time was to address this existential threat faced by the imperialist ruling classes of their respective countries.
It was the political offensive of the bourgeoisie against the proletariat to come out of its severe economic and political crises. They pursued a domestic policy of open terrorist rule and a foreign policy of aggression and wars.
Domestically, the main enemy of the fascists was the organisations and movements of workers and toiling masses, revolutionary proletarian parties and organisations along with other democratic classes and national minorities, migrants, while internationally, its prime target was the socialist camp led by the Soviet Union along with the national liberation movements of the colonies and semi-colonies.
They waged counter-revolutionary wars against communist and democratic forces all over the world until revolutionary and national liberation wars finally consigned them to their graves.
But Hindutva – the ‘Made in India’ variety of fascism – not only escaped the fate of its European and Japanese contemporaries but has in fact thrived during the last hundred years of its existence. Hindutva fuses elements of India’s caste-feudalism (such as its reactionary Brahmanical ideology and deep-rooted notion of inborn superiority, etc.) with those modern bourgeois concepts (like the nation, Aryan Race theory of colonial-Orientalist scholars and their communal formulation of Indian history, and so on) that suit the interests of the Indian comprador ruling classes and the obsolete social institutions and forces.
It falsifies history to invent a glorious past of the ‘Hindu nation’, unmindful of the fact that neither a religious community called the ‘Hindu’ nor a nation called the ‘Indian’ existed prior to British conquest of the subcontinent.
The brainchild of the early Hindutva proponents is the neo-Brahmanical reactionary utopia of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ (nation), which the Hindutva fascists project back as the country’s ‘glorious’ past and hold up as the ideal for the country’s glorious future.
They seek to impose this fascist ideology on both Hindus and non-Hindus and all social communities, sections and classes who do not agree with their communal conception of society and history.

While Muslims and Christians are seen as aliens to be either assimilated, kept in line or suppressed, the Sikhs, Buddhists, Dalits and Adivasis are considered to be already Hindus and are included in the ‘Hindu nation’ against their will.
The hierarchical, hegemonic and chauvinist Hindutva ideology, culture and values are imposed on all of them by suppressing, controlling or co-opting their diverse cultures, languages, beliefs and customs.
This fascist ideology of Hindutva is also reflected in the organisational structure of Hindu-fascist organisation. RSS, Hindu Mahasabha etc. that were established in the early 1920s are highly authoritarian and allows no disagreement with the leaders.
The command of the Sarsanghchalak is the last word in RSS and is accepted without question. From its inception, Hindutva forces received support and patronage of the big landlords and the comprador big bourgeoisie as its reactionary ideology and authoritarian organisational structure was a useful tool for their economic and political interests.
They were also subservient to the British colonial rulers, calling upon the people to struggle for ‘national regeneration’ at a time when all the anti-colonial, democratic and patriotic forces were engaged in the independence struggle (Savarkar glorified colonialism by writing that “the glory of the British empire is great” (V D Savarkar, Hindutva, p.85, 166); Golwalkar expressed his disdain for national independence by terming it as “that haphazard bundle of political rights” (M S Golwalkar, We or Our Nationhood Defined, p.7).
True to their comprador character, Hindutva fascists continue to commemorate collaborators and traitors as heroes like Savarkar while denouncing genuine nationalists and patriots like Tipu Sultan.
Hindutva-fascist forces stand for conciliation of antagonistic classes to prevent the development of class consciousness among the toilers and an intensification of the organised class struggle.
For instance, RSS had written to PM Nehru way back in 1948, “Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s is the only way to meet the challenge of communism and its is the only ideology which can harmonise and integrate the interests of different groups and classes and thus successfully avoid any class-war” (Letter by RSS office-bearers to PM Nehru, published in Organiser, 23 October 1948). They make use of the traditional adaptability of Hinduism to social change by preserving, protecting and strengthening all its reactionary aspects in the service of the ruling classes – be it the colonial rulers or the Indian ruling elite subservient to imperialism which took their place.
They bolster the joint dictatorship of the big landlords big comprador capitalists by suppressing the democratic classes, whipping up communal and national chauvinism, persecuting religious minorities and oppressing minority nationalities, Dalits, Adivasis and women.
Ideologically, the metaphysical, idealist and subjective Hindutva world-outlook is a die-hard opponent of all forms of scientific, materialist, rational, objective and dialectical approach to understand and change the world – most of all the Marxist approach of scientific socialism and dialectical and historical materialism.
Ideological-political indoctrination, social demagogy, national and religious chauvinism, Goebbelsian propaganda, co=option and buying-out – i.e., all means fair and foul are part of their arsenal to win over one section of the broad masses and to terrorise others.
They fully utilise the gullibility, backwardness, ignorance and contradictions among the broad masses as well as the reactionary aspects in people’s culture and social values rooted in the country’s semi-colonial semi-feudal system.
They constantly engage in lies, deception, hypocrisy and subterfuge to manipulate public opinion and to hoodwink, mislead and divide the masses – often doing the opposite of what they say and saying in complete contrast to what they do.
They use the products of modern science and technology to enslave the masses and achieve their reactionary social, economic, political and cultural goals.
Hindutva-fascism has adapted itself to the changing conditions and utilised all available forms to spread its most deceitful, deceptive and bloody tentacles. Contrary to its ideology and stated goals, it pledged itself to non-violent means, declared adherence to the Indian Constitution and presented itself as a mere cultural organisation (as did RSS after Gandhi’s assassination to get its ban revoked) – but it does not conform to them in practice.
Like its Nazi counterpart, it has utilised India’s parliamentary system to come to power in pursuit of its objectives.
From the formation of Bharatiya Jana Sangh in 1951 to the formation of first BJP government at the centre in 1997, Hindutva-fascism had gained ground in large parts of the country by working under cover of parliamentary politics. But as Ram Janmabhoomi agitation, Rath Yatra, demolition of Babri Masjid, the subsequent bloodbath of Muslims in many parts of the country, Gujarat pogrom and innumerable other large and small heinous acts show, they have used extra-parliamentary and violent terrorist methods for parliamentary ends.
They have achieved some significant success in their tactics largely because its parliamentary opposition – whether the Congress, revisionist CPI-CPI(M) or various regional parties – has proved ineffective in stopping the onward march of Hindutva-fascism.
In fact, these ruling-class parties themselves have many overt or covert Hindutva adherents within them and helped in the growth of Hindutva-fascism with their class collaboration and opportunist politics. Since the parliamentary elections of 2014, BJP has emerged as the largest, most powerful and most preferred all-India party of the big comprador bureaucratic capitalists and landlords subservient to imperialists by displacing the Congress from this position.
Like all fascisms of the past, the present growth of Hindutva-fascism has taken place amidst an acute crisis of the world capitalist system beginning in 2008 which has not shown any serious sign of recovery. Fascist trends of various hues are on the rise once again all over the world.
In India too, the old method of rule by the Congress-led UPA became inadequate for the Indian ruling classes in the present condition of crisis. Modi-led BJP was therefore catapulted to power in the last elections to carry out the agenda of neo-liberal ‘reforms’ more aggressively and ruthlessly – by fascist means if need be.
The BJP with its neo-fascist Hindutva ideology and a wide network of fascist organisations working in almost all fields and regions and among all social sections, was best suited for the job.
The ‘slow’ pace of the IMF-World  neo-liberal reforms and or hold-ups in opening all sectors of the economy for foreign and Indian big capital has led the BJP and its NDA allies to steamroll a plethora of policy changes through parliamentary and extra-parliamentary means.
Displaying naked majoritarianism based on its absolute majority in the Lok Sabha, Modi-led BJP government is imposing these policies with the fascist argument that they have got the popular mandate to implement whatever programme and policy they like.
It is worth noting that the Fascists in Italy and the Nazis in Germany too had won majority seats in the parliamentary elections and used this brute majority to impose their policies. As the country’s economy sinks deeper into the abyss of recession and crisis, Hindutva-fascists led by Modi are taking desperate measures to satisfy their masters – the imperialists.
On the one hand, the big capitalists big and landlords are showered with enormous financial windfall through introduction of new pro-corporate laws and changes in the existing laws, tax cuts and tax holidays, loan waivers and debt restructuring, disinvestment, handing over government property at dirt-cheap rates and through numerous such legal and illegal means.
A number of existing laws related to the well-being and welfare of the people such as labour laws, laws entitling peasants to subsidy and compensation, pension, retirement-benefit and insurance regulations for the salaried classes, laws related to social security, health and education, etc. are being changed by the government by terming them as old and obsolete, while the age-old colonial laws used for suppressing the people are not only being retained but are bolstered with newer amendments.
Schemes like ‘skill development’ are introduced to prepare a few million unemployed as cheap semi skilled labour to meet the needs of the global capitalist economy and the Indian big capitalists.
The drama of debate is acted-out in the pigsty of parliament by the ruling parties and the opposition alike, but all anti-people bills and policies are ultimately passed with mutual understanding.
On the other hand, government expenditure on agriculture and manufacturing, social welfare and subsidies, education and health, water and housing, etc., are drastically curtailed in the name of fiscal discipline and austerity.
Economic and political rights won by the people – be it workers, peasants, working women, employees, salaried people and others from the middle classes through long and bitter struggles – are taken away step by step to serve the interests of the imperialists and the Indian ruling classes.
It is introducing a plethora of new policies that are having a bearing upon all spheres – economy, education, health, environment, social welfare and so on. Foreign investment which only tightens the noose of imperialism is presented by Modi government as the panacea for all the economic problems besetting the country.
While mouthing pious discourses on ‘Environmental Justice’, the government is proceeding to remove even the remaining namesake restrictions on environmentally sensitive zones to invite foreign investment and maximise the exploitation of natural resources.
By issuing indiscriminate clearance to mining, dams, highways, ports, housing, industries and such other projects and almost all kinds of services in such ecologically fragile regions, it is giving an open invitation for unprecedented ecological destruction and pollution, not to speak of large scale displacement of the people. Unable to address the basic problems of the masses or fulfil the grand pre-election promises, Modi and his ministers are resorting to gimmicks and ‘perception management’.
Following the model of the Nazi ace-propagandist Joseph Goebbels, Modi government is making extensive use of print, electronic and digital media to slyly manipulate public opinion, to delude the masses with lies and deception and to hard-sell the pro-imperialist and pro-Hindutva agenda it is trying to implement.
The media is being controlled in covert and overt ways to monopolise the means of disseminating information. Phrases like ‘development’, ‘empowerment’ of the poor and the Dalits, Adivasis, women or other ‘weaker sections’, ‘Sadbhavana- Shanti-Suraksha’, ‘nation building’, ‘national interest’ and such phrases are relentlessly bombarded in a Goebbelsian manner.
Sangh Parivar organisations too are using mass media to hide the real face of Hindutva fascism, to shape public opinion in favour of its agenda and to turn illusions into reality. Hypocrisy in words and in practice is a hallmark of the Hindutva-fascists.
Parallel to this process is the gradual fascization of the state. Be it the bureaucracy, judiciary, armed forces, jails or any other wing of the state – the BJP government is staffing their top rungs with Hindutva adherents wherever possible.
The military, paramilitary and police forces are being further fascized during their training and service by the Hindutva fascists by using state power.
They are being indoctrinated with pseudo-patriotism and favourite Hindutva themes like unity and integrity of the country, national interest, War on Terror, etc.
In this way they are being brought closer to the Hindutva camp and ideologically prepared to ruthlessly crush the people and all forms of democratic movements in the name of defending the country and the nation, religion and faith, civilization and culture, etc.
Keeping the mask of Narendra Modi in the forefront, Sangh Parivar is trying to expand its social base by introducing a few populist social welfare programmes like ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’, ‘Jan Dhan Yojana’, ‘Swacch Bharat Abhiyan’, etc.
Like all fascist forces of the past, the NDA government and the Sangh are taking up some of these populist measures only to facilitate the heightened exploitation and repression of the toiling masses and the oppressed social groups without stirring up widespread resistance.
A renewed attempt is being made at saffronisation of education through measures like rewriting of school textbooks, changes in the syllabus, imposition of Sanskrit, Yoga and Hindu rituals in schools, and similar other measures. Modi government has stepped up its interference in the internal affairs of the universities and all other autonomous institutions with the aim of imposing the fundamentalist Hindutva agenda.
This is in addition to the intensification of the previous government’s policy of promoting privatisation of education. It is aggressively eulogising RSS figures like Savarkar, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya etc. and systematically naming public landmarks like roads, public institutions, welfare schemes, etc. in conformity to their ideology. Such measures are making the prorich, pro-Hindu, pro-‘upper’ caste, male-bias of the state even more pronounced.
Muslims and their organisations are being targeted by the state in the name of fighting ‘Islamic terror’, while discrimination against religious minorities is becoming more menacing. While a free hand is given by the state to the offenders of the saffron camp including murderers involved in massacre of Muslims, stringent punishment including life term and death sentence are being handed out to the accused Muslims.
A large number of them are kept in long-term detention without trial. Hindutva fascists are holding up religious minorities as the enemies in front of the people to divert their growing frustration and anger into harmless channels. Similarly, Dalits, Adivasis, women, oppressed nationalities, rationalists, atheists, democrats, communists or even the parliamentary opposition – anyone who are in opposition to them – are being targeted. Anyone standing for genuine democracy, independence, sovereignty and self-reliance or militantly raising the basic democratic demands of the people is subjected to brutal violence using the state or saffron terror.
Thousands of such attacks have been carried out in the last one and a half years of Modi rule, and the number is on the rise. The growing incidents of so called intolerance all over the country too are an integral part of the Hindutva-fascist design.
Internationally, BJP government and the Hindutva fascists are pursuing a ‘big power’/‘super-power’ status for India by more closely collaborating with US imperialism and clamouring for a greater role in international affairs.
In their attempt to transform the country into a strong regional outpost of the US and other imperialist powers, NDA and RSS is a policy of drummed-up big-power chauvinism and expansionism in south-Asia.
They are howling chauvinist barbs against Pakistan and China and are clamouring to expand the fight against ‘Islamic Terror’ by aligning more closely with US-Israeli foreign policy.
Guided by the hegemonic idea of the Hindu Rashtra and Akhand Bharat, they are more aggressively following the expansionist policies of the previous governments, interfering in the internal affairs of the neighbouring countries like Nepal in scant respect for their sovereignty, thereby attracting the wrath of their people.
The all-out Hindutva-fascist attack therefore is becoming unbearable not only for the broad masses of India but also for the people of our neighbouring countries.
In spite of the similarities, however, Hindutva fascism is no Nazism of Hitler’s Germany or fascism of Mussolini’s Italy. The material basis of Hindutva fascism lay in the country’s social conditions and backward production relations.
These production relations principally serve the interests of feudalism and comprador bureaucratic capitalism which are strongly integrated with and depended on the imperialist monopoly capital and are subservient to it.
This results in the type of fascism peculiar to our country and any semi-colonial and semi-feudal countries – comprador-feudal fascism.
As a result, Hindutva-fascism is necessarily weaker and more unstable than its counterparts in capitalist countries. As Dimitrov pointed out, here there can be no question of seeing “the kind of fascism that we are accustomed to see in Germany, Italy and other capitalist countries” (Dimitrov, Seventh Congress of the Comintern, 1935).
Comprador-feudal fascism, by its very comprador nature, is unable to equal the fascism of imperialist countries.
In addition, the oppressive, discriminatory, hierarchical, unscientific, anti-people and reactionary Brahmanical ideology and the rotten Jati-Varna system associated with it has never gone unchallenged in the country.
It has faced unceasing ideological and political and other kinds of resistance including violent resistance from the oppressed and toiling masses from the time of its very inception. Whether Charvakas, Sankhyas and the Buddhists of the ancient times; Ravidas, Kabir and others of the middle ages or Jotiba Phule and Savitribai, Shahuji Maharaj, Dr. Ambedkar, Periyar and several others representing the Dalits, Adivasis, women and revolutionary-democratic forces of the modern period in their own ways took part in this unbroken history of resistance.
The people of the country, supported by the revolutionary and democratic people of the world, are now once again standing on the way of the neo-Brahmanical Hindutva-fascism.

It is not plausible, therefore, to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ of their dreams which would require the transformation of the present semi fascist rule (with thinly-veiled fascist rule in some regions of the country such as parts of Dandakaranya, Bihar-Jharkhand, Jammu & Kashmir and the North East) to a complete and countrywide naked neo fascist rule.
Indeed, the present unprecedented level of allround Hindutva-fascist attack is facing a broad resistance in the country. Protests against saffron terror and fascization of the state are going on, with more and more people coming out to join their voice.
The widespread indignation against the killing of Prof Kulbargi, Akhlaq and to a lesser extent the judicial murder of Yakub Memon carried forward this anti fascist movement.
Recently, hundreds of writers, artistes, academics, actors, journalists, film-makers and others from the literary, cultural and academic fields have returned government awards in an unparalleled protest against the attacks and growing threat of Hindutva-fascism.
Their opposition to the persecution of minorities, attack on the basic civil and democratic rights including freedom of expression and dissent and attempts to impose control and dictate have snowballed into a veritable avalanche of protest.
A large number of demonstrations, dharnas, meetings etc. are daily being organised across the country. The people of foreign countries too are expressing their condemnation of growing Hindutva-fascism in sharp contrast to the opportunistic whitewashing of the crimes of Modi and his cohorts by their governments.
The recent outburst of anger of the people fighting for Patidar reservation against hated state symbols like Police Stations has shown that even places like Gujarat which were once considered Hindutva strongholds are no longer safe due to the people’s growing frustration and anger. The people will surely make the Hindutva-fascists realise that they constitute only a small minority in the country representing the obsolete forces, the reactionary ruling classes and their henchmen.
The vast majority of the people of the country will neither subscribe to their reactionary ideology, nor will they take the forcible imposition of Hindu majoritarianism lying down. Sooner than later, BJP and the Sangh Parivar will realise that it is no fun to be the flunkeys of imperialism.
MIB unequivocally extends its revolutionary solidarity to all who are part of this common fight – revolutionary, democratic, patriotic and secular forces, workers and peasants, national and religious minorities, Dalits and Adivasis, urban poor and the urban middle class, national bourgeoisie, students, teachers and intellectuals, academics, historians, writers, artistes, actors, advocates, journalists, doctors, scientists, researchers, women, LGBT, differently-able, the old and the young and people from all walks of life who are standing up against Hindutva-fascist enslavement.
Taking inspiration from the experience of the international proletariat and the democratic forces in defeating fascism, we call upon all exploited and oppressed classes, communities, sections and groups to unite to become a mighty force against Brahmanical Hindu-fascism and to wage a protracted struggle to bury it once and for all.
With the understanding that fascism can be completely uprooted only in a revolutionary way and not by revisionist, reformist and parliamentary ways or through electoral ‘victories’ over the BJP, MIB appeals to you all to strengthen the ongoing armed agrarian revolutionary war led by the CPI(Maoist) to establish a genuinely democratic, independent, sovereign and self-reliant people’s republic which will be the real and final graveyard of Hindutva-fascism.
(Varavara Roa is an activist, revolutionary poet and writer)

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BRASIL: Dia dos Heróis do Povo Brasileiro: Recordar a vida e a luta dos heróis que pagaram sua cota de sangue.


Reproduzimos a seguir importante nota redigida pelo Jornal A Nova Democracia sobre o Dia dos Heróis do Povo Brasileiro, dia de homenagem àqueles que lutam pelos direitos do povo.


 

O Dia 9 de Abril é o Dia dos Heróis do Povo Brasileiro. A data foi assim declarada por proposição da Frente Revolucionária de Defesa dos Direitos do Povo (FRDDP) e assumida pelos movimentos populares e democráticos do campo e da cidade.
O dia escolhido é uma homenagem ao grande revolucionário Renato Nathan Gonçalves Pereira, dirigente da Liga dos Camponeses Pobres (LCP) de Rondônia e Amazônia Ocidental. No dia 9 de abril de 2012, Renato foi covardemente torturado e executado em uma emboscada arquitetada por pistoleiros a serviço do latifúndio, em conluio com as forças policiais do velho Estado burguês-latifundiário.
A FRDDP escolheu esse dia para homenagear homens e mulheres que entregaram suas vidas e lutaram, de forma resoluta e consciente, pela emancipação de nosso povo e pela Revolução de Nova Democracia ininterrupta ao Socialismo.
Além de Renato, podemos citar outros grandes exemplos de heróis e heroínas do povo brasileiro que contribuíram enormemente para a retomada do movimento revolucionário no Brasil. Destacam-se Cleomar Rodrigues, Élcio, Gilson, Luiz Lopes e Zé Bentão, todos dirigentes da LCP. Na cidade, destacam-se a grande dirigente revolucionária Sandra Lima – uma das fundadoras da FRDDP e uma das principais formuladoras da linha do Movimento Feminino Popular – e os operários caídos na batalha campal da Vila Bandeira Vermelha, em 1999, na cidade de Betim (região metropolitana de Belo Horizonte), além de tantos outros.
Em pronunciamento feito em 2016, a FRDDP conclama para que seus nomes sejam glorificados e que todos os ativistas revolucionários se armem “poderosamente com seus inapagáveis exemplos”. “Estar cada dia mais determinado e resoluto em dar a vida à nossa luta e à revolução é questão de suma importância para todas e todos os lutadores do povo com mais e mais audácia, sustentá-las e desenvolvê-las, enfrentando e derrotando a histeria da contrarrevolução, toda sua truculência que conhecemos na história do nosso povo e que seguramente, cada dia mais haveremos de enfrentar e vencer”.
“É questão decisiva para todas e todos os revolucionários empenhados em rechaçar o oportunismo eleitoreiro e em brigar por reconstituir o Partido Comunista marxista-leninista-maoista, para desencadear a luta armada revolucionária e, através da guerra popular, levar a cabo a Revolução Democrática, Agrária e Anti-imperialista, conquistar a República de Nova Democracia passando ininterruptamente ao Socialismo e servindo à Revolução Mundial.”, conclama a FRDDP.
Nesta data, milhares de militantes revolucionários e comunistas celebram o Dia dos Heróis do Povo Brasileiro."

lunes, 9 de abril de 2018

INDIA: Emboscada de los maoístas golpea a fuerzas represivas en Bijapur.-


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New Delhi, 09.04.18
Un nuevo golpe de la guerrilla maoísta ha dejado un saldo de dos agentes policiales muertos y cinco gravemente heridos, en el distrito de Bijapur.
Según un reporte de la prensa india, la emboscada se produjo en el area de Jangla, cuando el autobús policial, con unos treinta agentes, se dirigía de Kutru a Jangla siendo alcanzado por un explosivo detonado a distancia por miembros del EGPL.
También se informa que en otra explosión en en la zona, un agente de las CRPF resulto herido.
Se estima en mas de 4.000 efectivos de las fuerzas represivas están realizando operaciones en la zona ante la visita que el genocida premier Modi tiene previsto para el dia 14 de abril.
Los maoístas han hecho un llamado a las masas a boicotear la visita.
En otro orden de cosas, el presidente del Frente Democrático Revolucionario, el conocido escritor revolucionario Vara Vara Rao denunció como un "falso encuentro" el asesinato a sangre fría de diez combatientes maoístas en pasado día 2 de abril en la zona fronteriza de Matapalagutta-Pujari Kankery reclamó una investigación judicial de los hechos.