Election Boycott Speech on the Occasion of the 69th Anniversary of the Chinese Revolution

By : Red Guards Austin

On October 1st, a speech was given in Austin to promote the election boycott and commemorate the 69th anniversary of the Chinese Revolution led by Chairman Mao. Communists and revolutionaries assembled to release 69 floating lanterns adorned with revolutionary slogans and images of Chairman Mao.  Many among the masses showed interest in the event and the speech resonated with them, as the working class more and more comes to understand that bourgeois elections are a farce they become more and more accepting of the necessity of armed revolution and Protracted People’s War.

‘Introduction’ chapter, from the Document-China: A Modern Social-Imperialist Power, by CPI (Maoist)

Introduction

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Press release by CPI (Maoist)

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63 Poets and Writers from Bangladesh against the Arrest of progressives intellectuals from India!

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