The balance of these mobilisations after their first 20 days allows us to measure the massive participation and the great combativeness of the people in the current days of protests, as well as the bloodthirsty role of the old Colombian state in the service of the big bourgeoisie and landowners.
Behind all the opportunists and revisionists, practitioners of parliamentary cretinism, pursuing their path of serving the plans of reaction, the capitulators of the right opportunist line (ROL revisionist) with their spawn Movadef and Fundep have also placed themselves in single file and are also seeking their place in these reactionary jousts, although in their own way and according to their own dynamic, those of the VRAEM of the opportunist line, followers of the renegade and mercenary "José" and company, the latter have been seeking their enlistment for some time now through negotiations with so-called "reservist" spokesmen, agents of the army and the Dircote (like this "Sacha") for the sake of a supposed "national reconciliation". These traitors and renegades of the mercenary "José", as "feudal warlords" are making their presence felt in these elections with some "actions", they are trying to get a great resonance in order to position themselves better in view of the results of the elections; to get better conditions of "negotiation" and to keep their miserable existence as "feudal warlords".
On May 17, 1980, the PCP under the leadership of Chairman Gonzalo initiated the armed struggle (“ILA 80”), developing since then the People's War, which has never stopped, despite the difficult and complex situation due to the arrest of the leadership, Chairman Gonzalo, and the treachery of the revisionists, both the rats of the revisionist and capitulationist right opportunist line (ROL), of the so-called “letters and peace talks” structured in the prisons with the help of the Yankee CIA-Peruvian reaction, and the rats of the VRAEM headed by José. The People's War has not stopped nor can it ever be stopped because the life of the party that leads it cannot be stopped nor will it ever stop until we enter communism.
The most diverse expressions of solidarity with the Poor Peasants League (LCP) and repudiation of the attacks by Bolsonaro and generals against the peasant movement are growing exponentially. More than 150 progressive and democratic entities and personalities, including renowned artists and intellectuals, have positioned themselves alongside the just struggle for land.
People’s armed revolutions and rebellions against imperialism in colonial, semi-colonial countries in the 20th century were vital in putting an end to colonialism. Revolutionary struggle in the leadership of the Communist Party of China against Imperialism, Comprador Bureaucratic Bourgeoisie, big Feudal classes took an armed form since the beginning that led to the success of New Democratic Revolution. The oppressed people of China attained state power in the leadership of the proletariat. People’s Liberation Army played a vital role in the success. The defeat of fascism in World War II, weakening of imperialism and the success of China Revolution led to a spate of armed struggles in several countries that continued for three decades.
* Revolutionary Nucleus for the Reconstitution of the Communist Party of Mexico (NR-PCM)
* Communist Group (Maoist), China
* Committees for the foundation of the (Maoist) Communist Party of Austria
* Maoist Committee Finland
The so-called Greater Middle East is an area of more complex contradictions, including Afghanistan. We should bear in mind that the most acute conflict in the region was the Palestinian resistance against the Zionist state of Israel until the late 1970s, when it began to shift to the decade lasting Iran-Iraq war. Thus, the focus of the struggle in the region shifted eastwards, coinciding with the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in an attempt to move out into the Indian Ocean, a dangerous situation for the US. Control of the Middle East was at stake. It moved to Iraq again in the 1990s, then to Afghanistan (and Iraq) in the early part of this century and, in the second decade of this century, to Syria (and Iraq).
At present in Colombia the explosiveness of the masses is being expressed in the face of increased exploitation and oppression by imperialism, bureaucratic capitalism and semi-feudalism, as it was expressed two years ago in Chile and Ecuador, but this time on a higher level corresponding to the new situation the world has entered in this decade, i.e. a new period of revolutions.