Category Archives: South Africa

Uprisings in Turkey, Cambodia, Germany, and South Africa

Uprisings in Turkey, Cambodia, Germany, and South Africa

Workers in Cambodia, Turkey, Germany, and South Africa are rising up in rebellion against imperialism’s economic crisis. Thousands of striking workers in Cambodia confronted scabs, soldiers, pigs, and the organized force of the state as they wielded sticks and stones to smash the Nike factory that exploits them. The protesters in Turkey are fighting against the reactionary Islamist tinged government that is meddling in their private lives by now making public displays of affection illegal. The Blockupy movement continues to rage against the ECB and either the pigs or the Yellow Union’s thugs in South Africa murdered another miner.

The rise in protests around the world should inspire workers to know that they can fight back. These struggles are challenging the state, but they are not a challenge for state power.

The Prime Minister, Erdogan, in Turkey is a self-righteous twit who made the absurd statement that anybody who drinks alcohol is an alcoholic.   Like all religious ideologues that are saturated with superstitious ideology, Erdogan is hopelessly disconnected from material reality and thinks the absurd is real.   Communist Dialectical Materialism is the antidote to all forms of religious ideology as religion is little more than organized ignorance in the interests of the ruling class.  We must keep in mind though, that the extreme gutter sexism an Islamic fundamentalist society is trying to creep into place will not be defeated by the everyday liberal sexism under the bourgeoisie.

You know things are getting bad in Turkey when Syria is saying that it’s a dangerous place…

Progressive Labor Party salutes the Brave workers and students who are standing up to the state apparatus in Turkey and helping to topple The Islamic ruling class’ ruling party, the AK Party or AKP.  The fact that demonstrations are raging in over 40 cities in Turkey as a response to the brutal crackdown by the police is truly inspiring. 

PLP stands applauds the rebels who have challenged the building of a barracks and a mosque in a Taksim Square as a symbolic gesture against a place where protests have historically gathered.  PLP applauds the workers who are striking against the state in solidarity with the protesters.  PLP knows that the workers and students rebelling against the state need Communist Revolution.  Friends in the Middle East and Turkey should take full advantage of the situation to build PLP.       

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South Africa’s Workers lead the way!

The working class in South Africa continues to be a model for how the working class should take on the organized violence that is the capitalist’s state.  The rules of the game in South Africa’s labour market have changed and the new players are workers fighting back and refusing to back down or rely on the SACP (South Africa’s Communist Party)  and its union.  The state constantly tries the justify the way that they monopolize the use of force.  They have church’s and reporter’s mouthing the lie that only the cops and courts who keep the proletariat in chains should be allowed to hurt or kill anyone.

The Organized workers will use violence to defend themselves from the organized force of the state.  Workers all over the world should be emboldened by the working class in South Africa.  The working class in South Africa needs the revolutionary Communist Progressive Labor Party.  Without PLP’s Communist organization and leadership, today’s heroic reform struggles will not break capitalism’s chains.  

The bosses’ mouthpieces ignore the fact that the working class in South Africa is slowly being murdered day after day by international capitalism’s need to keep wages at near starvation levels.  The grueling work of mining and other jobs Mirroring the role of being a Black President, Jacob Zuma, like Barracks O-bomb them in the US, is trying to mislead the working class using the lies of nationalism and all class unity.  

Update: South Africa’s union of local government workers are planning a national strike that could take place as early as this week, a spokesman said Oct. 8, Reuters reported The government’s workers are now showing their class allegiance.

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