Thursday, 18. October 2018

The second part of the ICP interview with PSL CC members Eugene Puryear and Brian Becker elaborates on US tariff policy, the rivalry with China, the Palestinian issue and Syria.

The International Communist Press interviewed Central Committee members of the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) during their visit to the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) late September. The first part of the interview the PSL members conveyed their views on the effects of the mobilization against imperialist interventions in Syria, the opportunity arising from the popularization of “socialism” in the US, the recent struggles of immigrants within the US working class and the positioning of US communists in the world communist movement.

ICP interviewed CC members of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, Eugene Puryear and Brian Becker on the imperialist agenda and class struggles within the US.

International Communist Press interviewed Central Committee members of the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL), Eugene Puryear and Brian Becker during their visit to the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) late September. PSL CC members conveyed their views on the imperialist agenda of the US, the working class struggle, the issue of immigrants in the US, about  the PSL and its involvement in these struggles.

The Palestinian Authority was defiant on Monday, September 10, despite the continuing spate of US imperialistic threats and measures, the latest being the closing of the offices of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in Washington DC.

In his first major public address since becoming National Security Advisor to President Donald Trump, John Bolton officially announced on Monday the closing of the PLO office in his country’s capital, citing failure of the Palestinians to take steps “to advance the start of direct and meaningful negotiations with Israel.” Bolton said the “PLO leadership has condemned a US peace plan they have not yet seen and has refused to engage with the US government with respect to peace efforts and otherwise.” Bolton’s announcement also cited concern over Palestinians going to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to prosecute Israeli officials over its war crimes against the Palestinian people.

The Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) from the United States expressed its full solidarity with the National Prison Strike from Aug. 21 to Sept. 9.

According to the statement of the PSL in Liberationnews, the strike will begin on the anniversary of the 1971 uprising at San Quentin prison in which revolutionary organizer and writer George Jackson was murdered, and conclude on the anniversary of the historic Attica prison rebellion that took place the same year.

By Francisco Sousa is the general secretary of Trade Union International of Metal and Mining (TUIMM) of WFTU

Some news is hard to believe, so unreal they look like. The immigratory issue in United States and Europe traditionally call attention, but the recent tragedy in US board, in which kids were separated from their parents, shows us that humanity is in risk.

The president of US, Donald Trump, has exceeded all the limits of common sense. Under any perspective, his immigration policy is disgusting. The working class from all around the world has to condemn in a public manner that posture.

The World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), since the first years of its foundation, has had a clear and plain position against nuclear weapons. During all of its Congresses, decisions asking for the abolition of all nuclear weapons and of all countries have been voted.

Today, we are not only worried about USA’s withdrawal from Iran nuclear agreement but also about yesterday’s Trump unilateral refusal which canceled the scheduled meeting with DPR Korea’s leadership.

A communist approach to election work in 2018The urgency of this moment increases daily as the Trump administration speeds up its repressive measures and as the resistance continues to grow including with the explosion of new progressive candidates, many women and many racially and nationally oppressed.

The World Federation of Trade Unions, gathering in its ranks more than 92 million workers in 126 countries all over the world, follows the recent developments concerning the withdrawal of the U.S.A. from the international nuclear agreement on the nuclear program of Iran and the announcement of new economic sanctions against Iran by the U.S.A. The U.S.A. once more uses false pretexts in order to exploit the natural resources of other countries and to serve the interests of national large monopoly groups.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked and praised US President Donald Trump Tuesday night, May 8: “Israel fully supports President Trump’s bold decision today to reject the disastrous nuclear deal with the terrorist regime in Tehran,” Netanyahu said in English just minutes after Trump’s dramatic announcement in the White House.

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