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On the 14th of January the mass protests that swept over Tunisia in 2011 will have their 7th anniversary. Bourgeois media back then coined the phrase "Arab spring" and exclaimed Tunisia would hence be a "democracy". However, nothing much has since changed its semi-feudal, semi-colonial character and the fact that bureaucratic capitalism still continues to thrive. The people are not better off and are fed up with the illusions spread by the governmental figureheads – this much became very clear in the mass protests and riots that erupted all over the country this week.

In a four day long protest starting the 22th of December, more then ten thousand people in the city of Jerada demanded justice and compensation for two miners killed in a mine collapse. After forcing these workers into illegality, the Moroccan Government attempted to bury the bodies quietly and to avoid taking their responsibility in the two young mans deaths.


Under the guise of the so-called “War on Terror” imperialists, and most notably Yankee imperialism since 2002, frequently carry out military operations in Yemen, describing the country as a stronghold for groups and organisations opposed to their interests. Resulting from the imperialists intervention, Yemen is today considered to be the poorest country on the Arabian Peninsula, with tremendous shortages of basic supplies such as drinking water. Despite the war crimes committed by the imperialists and their lackeys however, there is still a continuing struggle against the assaults and invasions. A number of attacks targeting foreign military personal and equipment were conducted last month.

Since years Mali is grievously effected by the ongoing imperialist's struggle to repartition the world and for a bigger share of pie. The country is exemplary for the consequences of such a prolonged imperialist aggression: On one hand there are vast deposits of important resources like petroleum, uranium and gold in Mali. On the other hand the country is kept extremely poor; its northern part is considered one of the poorest in western Africa. Hence, there’s every right to rebel for the people.

Wir dokumentieren einen Bericht über Genossen die in Marokko im Knast sitzen. Wir lehnen die Methode des Hungerstreiks ab, rufen aber trotzdem zu Solidarität mit den kämpfenden Genossen in Marokko.

The communist movement in  Morocco, undergoes, for several decades, the blows of reaction

The Moroccan State  carries out  either abductions, night of murders or imprisonment  repetitively, almost daily militants of revolutionary left who are fighting for the popular democratic revolution.

It is in this context for the arrest of a group of fellow Marxists – Leninist – Maoists – comrades who now constitute a real danger against the reactionary class in power.

By the struggles that they are involved with the masses, with the masses students and with all Proletarians.

This danger to the power also comes from the fact that these comrades defend and apply the ideology of the proletariat developed at its highest level: Namely, Marxism – Leninism – Maoism.