Week in Struggle: March 19-25


The People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) captured and executed a police officer whose body was discovered near Keshkutul. Additionally, two construction vehicles in Lohargada were set on fire—the construction site was targeted because it serves as a counter-revolutionary force against the People’s War in India.


Graffiti in São Paulo signed by the Popular Revolutionary Student Movement (MEPR) read, “Bolsonaro and generals, murderers and terrorists! – MEPR.”

Graffiti demanding Pablo Hasel’s freedom was also documented in Pinhais, reading, “Freedom for Pablo Hasel! To fight is not a crime! – Revolutionary Front.”

The Sanitary Committee for Popular Defense (CSDP) in Belo Horizonte spoke to residents and small shopkeepers in the Cabana do Pai Tomás neighborhood about the demand for vaccines, mass testing, and emergency aid. Posters demanding vaccines were also put up throughout the neighborhood.

The Aparecida de Goiânia Sanitary Committee of Popular Solidarity commemorated International Working Women’s Day. A video about the Popular Women’s Movement was shown at the event, speeches on Brazilian revolutionary Sandra Lima were given. Speakers also raised the demand for vaccines, mass testing, and for emergency aid of one thousand reais at the event.


Residents and members of the People’s Current Red Sun in Salina Cruz, Oaxaca confronted reactionary state forces who attempted to evict them. Residents resisted the eviction by throwing molotov cocktails at police officers and using their bodies as shields to protect the building from the police.

Last week, more than 500 people protested against the city’s collaboration with bourgeois real estate companies and against the mercenary reactionary police force. Demonstrators marched to the municipal court and rallied against the judicial and ministerial authorities who work closely with the real estate companies.


Cities across Germany commemorated International Working Women’s Day (IWWD), the following is a video of the revolutionary celebrations held throughout the country.

*Tribune of the People does not endorse the term ‘Proletarian Feminism’ as Maoism already contains the necessary tools for the emancipation of women. *

In response to state elections taking place in Baden-Württemberg, election boycott graffiti and flyers were seen in Freiburg, Karlsruhe, and Lahr. Hundreds of pamphlets exposing the electoral farce were also distributed. Election boycott graffiti reads, “Boycott the elections! Fight back!” accompanied by a hammer and sickle.

A rally in solidarity with revolutionary rapper Pablo Hasél was also held in Berlin on March 18, which also marked the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune. Various artists performed at the rally in solitary with the Spanish rapper and Communist revolutionaries also participated in the demonstration. Signs at the rally read, “150 years of Paris Commune 150 years of the dictatorship of the proletariat.” Graffiti commemorating the Paris Commune read, “Long Live the 150th Anniversary of the Paris Commune!” alongside a hammer and sickle.

Various organizations rallied in Duisburg in commemoration of the International Day of Revolutionary Fighters and the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune. Large banners in German, French, and Turkish were pasted in Essen in honor of the anniversary.


In Vienna, revolutionaries celebrated the anniversary of the Paris Commune in the working class neighborhood of Meilding. Red flags with the hammer and sickle and a larger banner with the slogan “Long Live the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune” were raised during the celebration.

The 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune was also commemorated in Linz. Revolutionaries held flares and a banner with the slogan, “Long Live the 150th Anniversary of the Paris Commune!”


Graffiti with the slogans, “Elections No, Revolution Yes,” “People’s War until Communism” and “The revolution Needs the Communist Party of Finland!” were documented in the city of Turku. Flyers commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune were also seen.

Graffiti with the slogan, “Long Live the Paris Commune, 150 Years,” alongside a hammer and sickle was documented in Tampere.


Graffiti with two red flags reading, “Paris Commune 150 years, 1871-2021, Proletarians of all Countries Unite!” and “Long Live the Commune!” was documented.


The Revolutionary Youth (JR) released a video commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune.

A banner in solidarity with revolutionary rapper and political prisoner of the Spanish state Pablo Hasél was tied to a rail. The banner included a portrait of Hasél and read, “Freedom for Pablo Hasél. Long live the rebellion of the Spanish masses,” signed by JR.

United States


Graffiti promoting International Workers’ Day was documented in Pittsburgh with the slogans, “Proletarians of all Countries Unite,” “It Is Right to Rebel,” and “May 1 International Workers’ Day.”

Kansas City

Graffiti promoting International Workers’ Day was sen reading “Make a Casket of the Old Society,” and “It Is Right to Rebel,” was seen throughout the city with red flags and the hammer and sickle.

Graffiti demanding the release of Indian revolutionaries Varavara Rao and GN Saibaba were also seen throughout the city.


In commemoration of the Day of Aid for Revolutionary Fighters the Austin Tribune Support Committee spoke about Chairman Gonzalo’s contributions to the International Communist Movement as well as how he transformed his prison into a shining trench of combat.

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