Week in Struggle: October 1-8


In Bremen, two banners were documented honoring the 93rd anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of Peru. The slogans were written in Spanish, English, Turkish, and German and read, “Long live the Communist Party of Peru!” and “People’s War until Communism!”

Revolutionaries in Magdeburg protested the “Day of German Unity,” a celebration of the dissolution of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the reunification of East and West Germany. During the protest demonstrators chanted, “The FRG is not our State! All power to the proletariat!” and “Daimler, Siemens, the German bank, the main enemy is in our own country!”

In Berlin, a spontaneous demonstration was held by anti-imperialist activists on the “Day of German Unity.” Attendees burned a German flag and raised a red flag with the hammer and sickle.

In Freiburg, a large poster in defiance of the “Day of German Unity,” was documented. The poster read, “Against the police state FRG, fight and defend yourself.”

In Essen, a mural depicting the burning of a German flag, a hammer and sickle, and the slogan “Death to German imperialism! Down with the Day of German Unity” was documented.


In Trondheim, two banners were documented in support of the Communist Party of Peru and the ongoing People’s War it leads. The first banner reads, “Viva PCP!” The second reads, “Support the People’s War in Peru.” Both were accompanied by a hammer and sickle. 


In A Coruña, revolutionaries paid tribute to the late Martin Naya, cofounder of Committee for the Construction of the Maoist Communist Party of Galicia. The event began with the reading of a text by the Marxist Studies Group of the Commune Social Center (C.S. A Comuna). Attendees recited poems in honor of Comrade Naya and sang the Internationale.

United States


Tribune of the People Official Supporters in Nashville held a study of Tribune’s opinion article “Understand the Conditions to Fight Anti-Abortion Attacks.” Attendees spoke of the need to combat and resist attacks on women’s rights.

Los Angeles

Graffiti was documented in Spanish in honor of the 93rd anniversary of the Communist Party of Peru.

Graffiti with the slogan “Long live Maoism, down with revisionism!” was also documented.


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