The All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (AUCPB), inheriting Bolshevik principles of the R.S.D.W.P. -R.S.D.W.P.(b) - A.U.C.P.(b) - of Lenin's policiy in the CPSU, is the highest form of proletarian class organisation, advanced detachment of the working class, acting in unity with the peasantry and labour intelligentsia, standing on the Party's positions for: the gain of political power - overthrowing the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie and establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat, the destruction of private ownership over the instuments and means of production, the revival of the USSR, the further strenghtening of the proletarian interests for the complete victory of socialism and gradual transition to communism. The ideological and theoretical basis of the AUCPB is formed by Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin, is their doctrine in its creative application and development in modern conditions. The AUCPB is a component of the global communist movement with the aim of communism triumphing over the whole planet.

Saturday, 12 November 2011




November 7, 2011 in Moscow passed a march and rally in the square of the Commune with the participation of over 1,000 people organized by the union of "Revolutionary Communists of Moscow" (AUCPB, the CPSU, RCWP-RPC, Komsomol (b), Communists of Russia, a number of other organizations), the Moscow branch of the CPRF (anti-Zyuganovites) and other parties and organizations who believe that "a limit on the revolution" has not been exhausted and that they appose the policy of Zyuganov that serves the criminal regime.

Participants carried banners "We want a new October", and portraits of Stalin. In their speeches, including a representative of the AUCPB, they described the devastating effects on the people and the country from the bourgeois reforms of the last twenty years, called for a boycott of the upcoming State Duma elections, calling them - "Elections without choice." Bolshevik literature was spread
AUCPB -Moscow






The 94th anniversary of the October Revolution in Pyatigorsk

In the city of Pyatigorsk, on November 7, 2011 in the square near the monument to S.M. Kirov, Bolsheviks held a solemn meeting in honor of the 94th anniversary of Great October Socialist Revolution and the 20th anniversary of the AUCPB.

Prior to the rally revolutionary songs were performed. Bolshevik newspapers "Hammer and Sickle", "Workers' and Peasants truth," and leaflets circulated entitled: "The 94th Anniversary of October", "Glory to Great October," "The future belongs to us! We are the creators of it! "," State Duma elections - an active boycott "," United States opened a Pandora's box ... Statement of the Central Committee of the AUCPB on events in Libya on October 20-21, 2011 ".

At the rally, were set up the Standard of the AUCPBand two red flags with the hammer and sickle. The monument to S.M. Kirov was entrusted with fresh flowers. Awareness was raised about the role of the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, and today's struggle with the bourgeoisie and the opportunists in Russia.

The meeting was opened by Chairman of the North Caucasian Bureau of the Central Committee of the AUCPB, Comrade N.A. Degtyarenko, who congratulated the participants of the meeting on the 94th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 20th anniversary of the founding AUCPB. Congratulations were read from the CC AUCPB on the 94th anniversary of the October Socialist Revolution and congratulated the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the AUCPB Comrade Andreeva Andreeva on the 20th anniversary of the AUCPB.

A large group of comrades were awarded the Diploma of the North Caucasian Bureau of the Central Committee of the AUCPB. Speakers talked about the 94th anniversary of the Revolution and the present day struggle against capitalism in Russia by the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks, which every day is recruiting new members and supporters in the struggle against the class enemy.

A resolution was adopted unanimously by the meeting.

The meeting closed with the singing of the International. This was followed by a solemn assembly.

Long live the 94th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution!

Pyatigorsky Committee of the AUCPB

Photo report



On November 7 in Novosibirsk, the traditional demonstration and meeting dedicated to the 94th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution took place.

In the demonstration and rally took an active part Communists from the AUCPB and "Trudovaya Russia" formed a separate column under red banners and portraits of Stalin.

This year, the authorities banned the holding of the march and demonstration along on Krasny Prospect and rally on Lenin Square, having organized on Lenin Square a provocative concert young people from the ruling "United Russia" party. And the monument to Lenin was cordoned off by metal barriers.

But the demonstration in honor of the October Revolution took place, and then a rally was held in the Square of the Heroes of the Revolution.

The Bolsheviks at the rally circulatedthe Bolshevik newspapers "Hammer and Sickle", "Workers 'and Peasants' Truth" (Ukraine), "Forward" (Belarus), youth newspaper "Revolution", colorful calendars for 2012 with portraits of Lenin and Stalin, and other literature.




A demonstration and rally, organized by the regional organization AUCPB
on the 94 th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution took place in Krasnoyarsk, despite the fact that November 7 is now a working day, although as the starting time - midday - the more working people in the Leninsky district took part in the demonstration more than in previous years.

The traditional "organisers" of the event - "Revolyutsonno patriotic union of Krasnoyarsk" (AUCPB, "Trudovaya Krasnoyar" RCWPP-RPC and VMGB) were joined by the "Communist League" (an organization created by former members of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF), who had either been expelled or walked out of the party because of disagreements opportunism and betrayal by the leadership), Komsomol (b), the International Union of Soviet Officers, "Stalin's bloc." For the first time it was attended by a delegation from the "Fair Russia" party.

The march along avenue named after the newspaper "Krasnoyarsk worker" was militant: together the marchers they were shouting slogans (with particular enthusiasm was met with a new slogan for us, "Party "EdRo" (United Russia)- to the garbage can!"), Revolutionary songs was sung. Drivers of cars signals support to the protesters, and some people came out of the public transport and joined the march.

Half-way along, the march pulled out into the roadway, regardless of discontent by the accompanying us police, who expected us to hold a demonstration on a narrow pedestrian path used for traders’ stalls. The obstacles moved out the way weren’t repaired. Only a police chief, distorted by an excess of emotion, threw over his shoulder: "The court will talk!". The marchers replied in united chorus, chanting: "Glory to the Soviet Militia, shame on the bourgeois police!".
At the meeting, as usual, it was an “open microphone." Speeches were made by Bolsheviks, representatives of the revolutionary youth, with a long speech addressing the audience by candidate Andrei Seleznev. In the opposite to Andrei, a journalist in the patriotic "Krasnoyarsk newspapers" and former head of the AOC Konstantin Litvinov of the VMGB, now as an independent candidate, spoke briefly and immediately warned that voters will not be promised anything, because on Deputies depends only a little, and the question of power will be decided on streets of the insurgent people.

By tradition, everyone who wanted to speak was able to speak. The speakers agreed on one thing: the necessity of uniting all opposition forces in the fight against the current government and the recognition that only through revolution can be achieved victory. The presence at the rally of Duma candidates did not knock passions and did not make the actions of revolutionary communists look like an election campaign. Rather, we proved that the true communist remains on the revolutionary road, no matter what they did in their lives.
Prior to and during the rally were actively circulated the newspapers "Hammer and Sickle," "Revolution," "Soviet soldier", "Krasnoyarsk Pravda." The action ended with the collective singing of the international proletarian anthem "The Internationale".
Bureau of the CC AUCPB for Siberia and the Far East



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