Comrades from Punalippu report that a grafitti action has taken place in Tampere against the anti-people coercive laws approved by the Finnish parliament, which cuts off worker’s rights to trike. A mural in Tampere writes in Finnish: ”Down with the coercive laws! Power to the people!”.


Comrades from Tjen Folket Media report that posters have been put up in Kristiasand on the occassion of the 30 year anniversary of the trancendental Speech of Chairman Gonzalo on September 24th.


Comrades from Kommunistika Föreningen reports on a succesful election boycott campaign many actions were carried out and many comrades participated.

Our comrades have written on the election outcome:

There seems to be a change of government in Sweden, as the bourgeoisie changes who will manage its common affairs. A "blue-brown" government is the most likely outcome of the parliamentary farce, but as communists we understand that the difference between the two capitalist parliamentary blocs is very small. Both want to pursue an anti-worker policy aimed at militarizing the police, dividing the working class and withdrawing the concessions workers won through class struggle.

The Tagesschau of 15.09.2022 (German news format close to the state) gives an impressive, compressed example of how capitalists, their political agents and bourgeois media work together for the imperialist penetration of Ukraine.

The term strike is said to go back to work stoppages by British sailors who took in the sails to stress their demands (to strike sail). Striking dockworkers in Liverpool and Felixstowe are living up to this right now.


In Denmark, answering the call of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) a protest was organised in front og the Indian Embassy in Copenhagen.

Activists from Anti-Imperialist Collective and Communist Youth of Denmark stood infront of the Indian embassy and distributed leaflets in support of the People’s War in India and of political prisoners. The following slogans were chanted: ”Up the international solidarity!”, ”Support the People’s War in India!”, ”Long live the People’s War in India!”, ”Long live the Communist Party of India (Maoist)!”. The hymn of our class, the Internationale was also sung by the activists.


The Communist Party of Finland was founded on August 29th, 1918 in Moscow, Soviet Russia.

The comrades from Punalippu writes the following:

Against the beginning of the destruction of a monument to the victory of the Red Army in World War II on 23.08.2022 protest formed in Riga.