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.

Monday, 17 December 2012


On December 17, 2011, the leader of the DPRK, outstanding statesman and politician of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century passed away suddenly, after having for more than 20 years led the life of the country, and managed in a short time to do so much that the country under him not only defended its sovereignty in a severe economic, political and media blockade imposed by the United States and its satellites, but also did not allow the U.S. to ignite the fire of a new world war, starting in Northeast Asia.
Under the leadership of Great Kim Jong Il, according to his plan of restructuring the economy in the interests of the people, and not having sufficient arable land (due to the mountainous topography of the surface of North Korea), the DPRK was able to:
- create highly mechanized agriculture to re-cultivated crop lands
- master a vast territory of salt marshes previously unsuitable for agriculture
- introduce new varieties of agriculture crops,
- set up fruit farms on the slopes of hills and mountains,
- develop grazing and build goat farms,
- Organized commercial fisheries of highly valuable species of fish, and more.
Thanks to the leadership of Great Kim Jong Il, the country had largely solved the food problem, having becoming fully independent from the supply of food from abroad.
Huge transformations have been carried out in industry, both in heavy industry (in particular - the production of steel by a new technology, developed by Korean scientists), and in light, chemical and other industries.
Under Kim Jong-Il, a powerful energy base was created by way of the construction of a mass of hydro-power plants on small rivers as well as on artificial reservoirs.
Kim Jong-Il lived for the people, tirelessly working for their benefit, for continuous improvement to housing in both urban and rural cooperatives. The issue of housing today in the DPRK has been completely solved by the state – every family lives in a comfortable separate apartment (or house), and newlyweds receive the keys to a new apartment if they wish to live separately from the older generation. The issue of universal compulsory secondary education has been completely solved, and all students receive a state grant and free food within the walls of a university, and children attend pre-school or comfortable kindergartens free of charge as all costs undertaken by the state. At a high level, with the latest achievements in world medicine, using medical equipment and the latest generation of national traditional Korean medicine, great advances have been made in the field of health. Great attention is paid to the environment (Korean towns and cities are the cleanest in the world according to the degree of air pollution, especially with regard to Pyongyang).
The armed forces, the flesh of the people created by the Great Leader and fostered by Great Kim Jong-Il, not only vigilantly guard over the peaceful labour of the DPRK citizens, but also actively participate in the creation of the future of society.
But in our view, one of the main issues successfully solved thanks to the leadership of Great Kim Jong-Il, has been the development in aerospace research and the launching of satellites into space. Thanks to the wise leadership of Great Kim Jong Il, the DPRK has become a world nuclear power. Thus now, the possibility of pre-emptive nuclear strike on the DPRK by the U.S. has been removed, which the Americans constantly threatened the DPRK with during the 60 years since the ending of the Great Fatherland Liberation War of 1950-1953, which ended in defeat for the United States. The successful launch of the Earth satellite on 12 December 2012 produced a shock in the Western world and scared the instigators of a new world war who suddenly became aware of the new opportunities of the DPRK – to have the ability to crushingly deflect or, more precisely, to prevent any new provocations or threats against the DPRK on their part. Evil, sooner or later, is always punished, Master Imperialists!
The launch of the Earth space satellite was carried out using a ballistic long-range missile on the 100th anniversary of the Great Leader Comrade KIM IL SUNG. Great KIM JONG IL wanted this and worked towards it.
It is very difficult to list everything great that was created or done under Kim Jong-Il thanks to his Leadership and his high sense of patriotism. His sudden departure from life is a great loss not only to the DPRK. Great love to him by the people was expressed in the fact that he is now eternally the General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) – the leading and guiding force of socialist construction. Thus Great Kim Jong Il forever remains in the ranks of the WPK.
Today, the country continues its steady path forward, implementing the plans of Great Kim Jong-Il under his successor Kim Jong-Un, who has for already one year successfully been leading the state, always following the line of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung and Great Kim Jong Il. To be a successor to their cause is a great honour and an enormous responsibility.
The state recently passed a law on land management - a new step in the development of agriculture for a better quality food supply for the population and landscaping foothill arrays (environmental issues). Transformations have been initiated towards improving and expanding the general 12-year education for young people and enhancing their patriotic education to become worthy, competent successors to the Korean revolution.
Paying tribute deepest respect to the memory of Great Kim Jong-Il, his great work for the good of his people and the struggle to prevent the outbreak of a new world war by the empire of evil - the United States, we believe that all the initiatives and plans of Great Kim Jong Il will certainly be successfully implemented and the DPRK will become even more beautiful and more powerful. We sincerely wish success to Comrade KIM JONG UN.
Bon voyage to you into the future - great Socialist Korea!

N.A. Andreeva

General Secretary of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks
Leningrad 12/13/2012

Friday, 14 December 2012


On December 12, 2012, the DPRK successfully carried out a launch of satellite Kwangmyongsong-3 into space

To the Secretary of the WPK

First Chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission

Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army

Marshal of the DPRK

Kim Jong Un

Pyongyang, DPRK

Dear Comrade Kim Jong Un!

It is with great pleasure and joy that we received the information about the successful launch of Korea's space satellite using a long-range ballistic missile.

We heartily congratulate YOU, Dear Comrade Kim Jong Un and in your address, the entire scientific and technical development team and constructors of the space satellite Kwangmyongsong-3 and ballistic long-range missile! With this outstanding victory we also celebrate the Armed Forces of the DPRK and the heroic Korean people!

There are NO LIMITS for the people of the DPRK in solving the most complex problems on the path of defending and developing your socialist fatherland, in the progressive movement towards creating a prosperous, happy socialist state.

Now let fear reside in the U.S. hawks who are still dreaming of victory over the DPRK. Now, the DPRK is able to inflict a nuclear strike on the U.S. West Coast, if ever necessary, with awesome power that now, of course, will be a strong deterrent to the gangster U.S. policy against the DPRK.

CONGRATULATIONS ON THE GREAT VICTORY over the instigators of a new world war!

Long live the great Korean people building a prosperous socialist state!

Long live Comrade KIM JONG UN - a true successor to the Great Kim Jong Il!

Glory for ever the name of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung and the name of the GREAT KIM JONG IL!

Nina Alexandrovna Andreeva

General Secretary of the CC AUCPB

Leningrad 12/12/2012 11:00

Monday, 3 December 2012

Congratulatory message from the AUCPB


ALL-UNION COMMUNIST PARTY of BOLSHEVIKS Central Сommittee _______________________________________________________________________

198516. Leningrad, Petrodvorec-6, box 50 " 02 "December 2012
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To the Founder and Editor of the publication “For Bolshevism”
Comrade Kevin John Cain


Dear Comrade Kevin John Cain! On behalf of the Central Committee of the AUCPB and myself, I cordially congratulate you on your birthday!

Please accept my sincere best wishes to your address, as well as good health, vitality and strength of spirit in our complex, restless, tense time.

Good luck to you and your friends in our common cause - the struggle for socialism against imperialist oppression and against the organization of new wars by the U.S. and their puppets for speculative gain by the ruling class of the imperialist states.
Yet, WE- SHALL VICTOR, for standing in our favour is the natural development of the historical process of civilization. And nothing can stop the course of history!
A huge thank you for all your hard work, invaluable in importance. Thank you very much!


General Secretary of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (CC AUCPB)

Saturday, 1 December 2012





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No 12 (117) DECEMBER 2012


Bureau of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks
for Ukraine, Moldova and Transnistria

95 years ago on November 7, 1917, the Great October Socialist Revolution was carried out. Under the leadership of the Bolshevik party, led by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, the working class, the toiling masses of Russia took power into their own hands. The overthrown exploiting classes - the bourgeoisie and the landlords unleashed a civil war. To their aid came their class brothers - 14 imperialist countries sent troops to Russia to drown in blood the young Soviet Republic. But the Red Army created under the leadership of Lenin, , defeated the enemy and drove the invaders from our territory.
On December 30, 1922 the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was created - the voluntary union of brotherly peoples and states.
After the death of V.I. Lenin, the party and the proletarian state was led by his closest companion and faithful disciple J.V. STALIN. Under the leadership of the Leninist Bolshevik party led by J.V Stalin, industrialization, collectivization of agriculture and the Cultural Revolution were carried out. Private ownership and the exploiting classes, the exploitation of man by man was over. In our country, socialism had triumphed
By the early 1940-s, the Soviet Union, thanks to the heroic work by the masses liberated from exploitation, became a mighty power, occupying first place in Europe and second in the world in terms of economic potential.
The bourgeoisie of the whole world could not accept the victory of the working people and did their best to stifle the world's first multi-national socialist state. The major imperialist countries - the U.S., Britain, France helped Nazi Germany rebuild its economy, create a powerful army and incited it against the Soviet Union, seeking to destroy socialism using Nazi’s on the ground.
During the Great Patriotic War, the Soviet people, under the leadership of Stalin and the Leninist All-Union Communist Party (Bolshevik), defeated fascism and liberated the peoples of Europe from fascist slavery. A world socialist system was established. In the countries of People's Democracy in Eastern Europe and in Asia (China, North Korea, Vietnam and Laos), and in 1959 in Cuba, the liberated masses under the leadership of their Communist and workers' parties, built a socialist society. The mighty Soviet Armed Forces, the Armed Forces of the Warsaw Pact kept peace in the world, preventing the bloody imperialists from unleashing another world war.
After the death of J.V. STALIN the leader of workers, the oppressed and exploited people of the world, into the government in our country arrived the petty-bourgeois Khrushchev neo-Trotskyite group, who slandered Stalin the leader.
The anti-Stalin campaign unleashed by the Khrushchevites at the 20 Party Congress of the CPSU, laid the cornerstone for the start of the degeneration of the Soviet Communist Party and the proletarian state and ended with the treacherous Gorbachev perestroika-counterrevolution. As a result, the Soviet Union collapsed, and socialism has suffered a temporary defeat.
The working masses of once free sovereign Soviet socialist republics now feel on their own skin and are learning about all the "charms" of capitalist slavery.
In "independent" Ukraine, the population during the years of capitalist reforms have been robbed and brought to a state of poverty. In early 1992, we lived in a Ukraine of 52.25 million people. Now the population stands at 45.5 million. Taking into account those roughly 7 million people who have left the country in search of work abroad and a piece of bread, Ukraine is now home to no more than 38 million people.
Unemployment and poverty, alcoholism and drug addiction, population degradation and extinction – this is the reality of current "independent and sovereign" Ukraine.
The latest election have shown once again that big business has retained its power, authority, aimed at the further strangulation and fierce exploitation of the masses. Bringing the country back to the people through an election victory is impossible. The bourgeoisie will never part with their power and privileged position without a fight. A return to Soviet power, socialism and the restoration and revival our great Soviet land can only be done by the rise in revolutionary struggle for the overthrow of the power of capital, as did our predecessors in 1917
Down with the power of capital?
Long live Great October!
We shall revive the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics!

November 7, 2012 KIEV - UKRAINE

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The head of the parliamentary committee on health Tatayana Bakhteyeva announced shocking figures on the mortality rate in Ukraine. Almost 700 thousand people die each year, one third of who are citizens of working age. If mortality in the European Union stands at 7 people per 1000 of the population, in Ukraine this figure is more than double at 15 people. During the years of "independence", the population has decreased from 52.2 million people to 45.6 million. That is, a decrease by 6.6 million people.....this high, mortality rate is a distinctive feature of Ukraine even by African standards.
TSN.ua. writes on why every tenth Ukrainian does not live until 35. In 2011, the population of this country fell by 162 thousand people, and on January 1, 2012 the population of Ukraine stood at 45.6 million.
"In terms of adult mortality, Ukraine is at the level of the underdeveloped countries of the Third World, particularly Guinea and Congo," said the first deputy head of the Presidential Administration Iryna Akimova. Indeed, our mortality rate is higher than not only the EU, but also Singapore, Hong Kong, Gaza and almost all of the former Soviet republics. According to the upper house Verkhovna Rada Committee on Health, Ukrainians die on average 10 years earlier than people in the European Union and other countries of the CIS. In particular, Ukraine ranks 150th among the 223 countries of the world in terms of life expectancy. The average life expectancy in Ukraine is 69, in the EU - 74, and in the CIS countries: in Georgia - 76.7, in Moldova - 70.8, in Belarus - 70.63, Uzbekistan - 71.9 m and so on. The average healthy life expectancy in Ukraine is 59.2 years, and in the European Union - 67 years.
According to the committee, one in ten Ukrainians do not live until the age of 35, and one in four do not live until 60. "Mortality of men of working age exceeds even those in countries where gross domestic product is 4-6 times lower than in our country," said Bakhteyeva. Experts attribute this situation with male mortality to several factors. The first and main factor is that men do more dangerous and stressful types of work (miners, police officers, fire-fighters and installers, etc.). A second and important factor is that men more often than women drink alcohol and smoke. By the way, every year, 100 thousand Ukrainians die from smoking, with about 10% being passive smokers. Moreover, this is only the official data. In most cases, the cause of death indicates a specific disease (heart attack, stroke, cancer diseases). "According to statistics, 80% of people who develop lung cancer are smokers. However, many smokers just do not live up to their own lung cancer, and die earlier because of diseases that were brought on by smoking. For example, from cardiovascular disease," says Kharkov based paramedic Alexander Zaika. In addition to the illnesses due to chronic alcohol abuse (which also ultimately reduces life expectancy) Ukrainians occupy a leading position in the CIS for alcohol poisoning. For example, in Ukraine, in 2009, for every 100 000 people there were 23.4 alcohol related deaths of men. There were more only in Belarus and Russia (44 and 25 respectively). According to physicians, inability by men to withstand stress reduces life expectancy. "Ukrainians brought up in the post-Soviet tradition: society forbids men crying and complaining. But this is how to throw out emotions and relieve stress. As a rule, the men experience everything within themselves, and thus their bodies "wear out" faster, says psychologist Elena Dolga.
Experts are also alarmed at the situation with infant mortality. According to the Ministry of Health, during the period of pregnancy (from 22 weeks until 168 hours after birth) in Ukraine last year, 5111 children died, and one child in one hundred die before the age of 12 months in our country. According Bakhteyeva, the infant mortality rate is 2.5 times higher than European rates. Over the last 20 years in Ukraine, child deaths from respiratory and cardiovascular systems, congenital malformations of the circulatory system, infectious diseases and diseases of the nervous system, have increased. And figures for the number of infants dying of cancer are sizable: only in the last year, 27 children died because of tumours. For comparison: 24 children have died from diseases of the digestive system, 16 from HIV-related illness, and 2 from tuberculosis.
In many ways, the reason for such a situation is due to a bad health care system. By the way, Ukraine has one of the world's highest death rates from heart disease: 64% of the total mortality rate - about 500 000 people a year. "In our country, 14 million people are on the medical records related to cardiovascular disease, about one million are cancer patients, a million suffer from diabetes, and there are more HIV-infected people in Ukraine than in other countries of the CIS and Europe," says Bakhteeva. And simple figures testify to the ineffectiveness of the national health system: in particular, in Ukraine there is twice the number of hospital beds than in Europe, but life expectancy is 10 years less. "Right now, for one patient, 83 kopecks a day is allocated for one hospital bed. Are we able to demand from a good doctor, so for that amount, he gave to the patient quality care?" says Irina Akimova. The poor state of the health service is confirmed by ordinary Ukrainians. Thus, data from a survey by the international research agency IFAK, conducted in Ukraine in spring 2011, say that the majority of respondents (68%) are generally not satisfied with the level of public health care. According to results from a study by the Gorshenin Institute, only 40% of respondents who fell ill, contacted the State clinic, 30% prefer to treat themselves, 2.5% turn to traditional healers, and 5.3% let things take their course.
But there are other factors that have built this country to the level of leaders in the number of deaths. For example, a low standard of living: the Ukrainians save on medicines, food, recreation and sport. Among the reasons experts say, is the complete absence in Ukraine of cult propaganda on the healthy way of life.
"Advertising of tobacco and alcoholic drinks exceeds reasonable doses. Moreover, beer in Ukraine is advertised with famous footballers, and so for many guys they are idols, who they want to look like. But social advertising services, who tell Ukrainians the benefits of sport (by the way, regular exercise extends life by 20 years), of healthy lifestyle, and how to cope with stress is absent in Ukraine," explains Elena Dolgaya.
In our opinion, the opinion of the Bolsheviks, the main cause of all negative events in Ukraine, which, in particular, referred to in this article, is CAPITALISM. Only by destroying the bourgeois system, destroying the power of capital and reviving our common Soviet homeland, where people of Ukraine can not die out, but live like human beings.


CC AUCPB documents

On who is entering the Parliament of Ukraine – results of the latest elections -
National Fascist Party "Svoboda"(Freedom)
The main sensation on 28 October parliamentary elections in Ukraine was the entering into the Upper House (Verkhovna Rada) of the National Fascist Party "Svoboda" of Oleg Tyahnybok.
But is this such a sensational result? We Bolsheviks think not!
The growing national-fascist tendencies in Ukraine are the result of all the nationalist policies of Ukraine’s ruling bourgeois class for the past twenty-one years of so-called "independence" of Ukraine, after the anti-people’s criminal destruction of the multinational state of workers and peasants - the Soviet Union.
This is a result of the years of the anti-Stalin campaign launched under Khrushchev's leadership after the death of the Stalin, and openly proclaimed at the 20th Congress of the CPSU. Gorbachev's anti-Stalin campaign in the years of perestroika, the treacherous perestroika-counter revolution,grew into an anti-Leninist, anti-communist campaign that and led to the temporary defeat of socialism and the destruction of the Soviet Union. The greatest contribution towards the destruction of our great Soviet Motherland was made by the nationalists of RUKH, in particular, in the Ukraine. Namely RUKH was the forerunner of all the existing nationalist organizations in Ukraine, including "Svoboda".
In previous years, "Svoboda" had already won the most seats put under their control provincial and local councils in three regions of Western Ukraine - Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ternopil. And as a result of the recent parliamentary elections, "Svoboda" has entered the national arena, and gained international fame.
"Svoboda" is going to "create" a Ukrainian state on the basis of the Act of 30 June 1941., announced by Deputy to Bandera, Yaroslav Stetsko in Lviv, occupied by the Nazis and their minions - warriors of OUN. In the third paragraph of the act it states: "A revived Ukrainian state will work closely with National Socialist Greater Germany, which under the leadership of Adolf Hitler is creating a new order in Europe and the world and helping the Ukrainian people to break free from Moscow's occupation. The Ukrainian National Revolutionary Army, which will be created on Ukrainian soil, will continue fighting alongside the Federal German Army against Moscow's occupation for a sovereign Ukrainian Catholic state, and a new order in the whole world." The gathering of nationalists led by the Nazis, who accepted this so-called act, ended with greetings to the German warriors and the "leader of the people" Adolf Hitler, and the shouting out of "Glory," and "Heil!".
"Svoboda" is the direct heir and successor to the cause of the fascist lackeys and minions, Ukrainian nationalists and their leaders - S.Petlyura, E. Konovalets, St.Bandera, and R.Shuhevich – blood soaked butchers of the Ukrainian people.
We Bolsheviks appeal to the working class, the working people of Ukraine, including the workers of Western Ukraine with a call to:
(A detailed analysis of the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine will be made by us in the "Workers 'and Peasants' Truth» № 12, after the announcement and publication of the official results of the election).

A. Mayevsky, Secretary of the CC AUCPB, November 1, 2012

On the results of recent parliamentary elections

On September 23, 2012 in Belarus, elections to the House of Representatives of the fifth convocation, in which 110 deputies were elected in single-mandate districts, were held. 109 deputies were elected. According to the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Belarus, voter participation in the election amounted to 74.6% (from 59.2% in Belarus to 80.7% in the Vitebsk region) included in the voter lists, which is slightly less than the number of voters who took part in the elections in 2008, although observers from the pro-Western opposition claimed that the election of a number polling stations failed due to low turnout.
Most of the pro-Western opposition parties boycotted the election, but not one politician who took part in the election from opposition was elected. Since 1995, none of the opposition candidates have held a seat in the Belarusian parliament. In the current parliament, only five representatives of political parties were elected (3 from the Communist Party of Belarus (CPB), 1 from the Agrarian Party, 1 - from the Republican Party of Labour and Justice) from the 15 parties registered with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic. The result, of course, is unique not just for the post-Soviet territory.
OSCE observers pointed to an improvement in the organization of the voting process, but noted the persistence of arbitrary interpretation of the electoral law and the partiality of the national media and the CEC, pointing also to a deterioration of the transparency of vote counting. CIS observers found the elections to be transparent and open.
The Belarusian Bolshevik position on these elections was published in the August issue of our newspaper. We recall in brief. It is based on the famous Leninist thesis on the tactics of the class struggle. Without rejecting the possibility of participation of the Bolsheviks in bourgeois elections to promote their ideas, V.I. Lenin, however, said the proletariat cannot win, without winning over the majority of the population and that limiting or conditioning this victory to the acquisition of a majority gain in votes in elections under the rule of the bourgeoisie is a impenetrable blockhead, or just a sell-out of the workers.
So basically, the Belarusian Bolsheviks’ electoral tactics was to:
1. Explain the reasons to citizens of Belarus our reason not to participate in elections to the House of Representatives of the Republic of Belarus, and expose the myths relating to choosing "worthy" members of parliament to improve the lives of working people.
2. Not to nominate AUCPB candidates for deputies, not to campaign and collect signatures for the registration of candidates, and not to send representatives to the electoral commission.
3. In those constituencies, where the candidates are registered representatives of the pro-Western wing reactionary organizations, as well as their hidden accomplices, we should agitate "AGAINST" these most reactionary candidates who are pushing into Belarus the interests of the imperialist states of Europe and the ziono-imperialist U.S., and to take an active part in preventing them gaining in the future parliamentary platform to promote their despicable designs, but not "for" representatives of the bourgeois parties and fake “communists” as this makes no difference which of them will accept the bourgeois laws.
5. Use the election campaign to promote the party's position on issues of power, class struggle and the advancement of socialist revolution."

In Belarus, there is currently no other political party (organization) that occupies such a clear class Bolshevik position on the elections under the rule of the bourgeoisie. With regard to political organizations claiming to be left-wing forces, they adopted a completely different position on elections. Actively joining the struggle for parliamentary seats was the so-called communists from the Communist Party of Belarus (the leader at the time of elections T. Golubeva) and the Belarusian Party of the Left "Fair World" - the successor of the former Communist Party of Belarus (PCB leader S. Kalyakin).
The policy framework of the CPB and the party "Fair World" was published in great detail in the same August issue of the newspaper "Vperyod". A brief summary of their policy is as follows: both parties are social-democratic in essence and do not accept the Marxist theory of the dictatorship of the proletariat, thereby cheating workers, inspiring them with the Menshevik idea about the possibility of restoring the socialist system without a socialist revolution through elections and within the bourgeois law. Both parties assume to exist in the economy of private ownership.
For example, in the pre-election platform of the CPB, published on the eve of elections, it say that members of the party would "maintain the diversity and equality of all forms of property ... to support a socially responsible private sector, including individual entrepreneurship as an embodiment of labour property and providing self-employment to the citizen" ( See "Communist of Belarus. Ourselves and time" № 34 dated 25.08.2008).
The party "Fair World" dropped the name "communist" and is committed to the ideology of democratic socialism - reformist political theory and the concept of transformation of capitalism into socialism through democratic reforms. The ideology of democratic socialism is hostile to Marxism-Leninism. Supporters of Democratic Socialism reject major provisions of the Marxist-Leninist theory: the classes and class struggle, the socialist revolution and the dictatorship of the proletariat, and instead advocates the idea of "people's capitalism."
That is, on main political issues, the positions of the two parties do not differ from the bourgeois opposition parties or the candidates' programs running in the election from the "party of power", i.e. officials of various government structures and business leaders. Thus, the CPB and the party "Fair World" can be described as parties of the petty and middle bourgeoisie.
But the positions of the parties, and the difference can be noted, and it is the question in the first instance of foreign policy: the party "Fair World" in defending the interests of the corrupt comprador bourgeoisie, is Western-oriented and against President Alexander Lukashenko, but the CPB, which defends the interests of the national bourgeoisie, which is developing its own production and cooperates with Russia, supports President Lukashenko.
The so-called steering committee of the Belarusian Communist Party of Workers (leaders and I. Akinchits and L. Shkolnikov) encouraged participation in the elections, ignoring the above-mentioned observation of V.I. Lenin on feeble minds, and published in their appeal the following opportunistic position: "You need to go to the polls and vote for those candidates who are willing and able with their lawmaking, to express the indigenous interests of the people and promote the following:
- the restoration of the integrity of the Soviets and their powers ...;
- the termination of market reforms and a return to a full-scale planned economic system, that is, put an end to f the transition from socialism to capitalism, with its unsustainable development, ... to return to the path of true (scientific) socialism, which, above all, means giving up the privatization of state property and socializing inefficient private companies ... ". After reading this, you'd think the bourgeoisie would allow this to happen under its rule. That is, the organizers of the party, using the terminology of the left, in fact, preach opportunism, but more subtle and sophisticated. That is how Trotsky did it in his time..
Still, the main intrigue in the past election campaign lies not in the pseudo-communists, whose role in the current alignment of political forces of Belarus is too small, but in the question: will the bourgeois opposition parties, many of which are financed from abroad, be able to oppose something completely now under the control of the current government electoral system. So far, all attempts have been unsuccessful, and even high-profile opposition protests in December 19, 2010 with the storming of the Government House after the presidential election, which the media called "The Square", ended with zilch. Moreover, the current government, using "The Square" campaign, got its hands on the arguments to use for counter propaganda against the opposition grovelling before the West.
Not knowing how to work with the large handouts from the West, the opposition was confused, and on the eve of elections a split occurred in its ranks on the issue of participation in the elections. Some parties and representatives of the collaborators announced their participation in the upcoming elections.These were – the Party of the Belarusian Popular Front (BPF), the United Civic Party (UCP), the Belarusian Social Democratic Party (Gromada) - BSDPG, the public campaign "Tell the Truth", and NGO "For Freedom". 29 candidates from the party "Fair World" decided to participate in the election until the end, and also opposing the current president Alexander Lukashenko. The greatest number of candidates for election (70), were put forward by the Liberal Democratic Party (leader S. Gaidukevich) – a party that considers itself the opposition, although supports alliance with Russia, and distances itself from the pro-Western bloc of parties.
The Conservative Christian Party (led by outspoken nationalist and a Russophobe Z. Poznyak) has boycotted all recent elections in modern Belarus, and this time from the start of the election campaign called for an active boycott. After some hesitation, on 15 September, the BPF and UCP held their congress where it was decided they would withdraw their candidates due to non-fulfillment of demands (release of political prisoners and ensuring transparency of elections). On September 21, the youth organization "Young Front", the organizing committee of the Belarusian Christian Democracy (BCD), the organizing committee of the Belarusian movement, the Belarusian Independent Trade Union of the Radio Electronic Industry and the Union of Belarusian intellectuals also called for a boycott of the elections.
In light of the above, I would like to emphasize once again and draw a line: the principles of non-participation of the pro-Western opposition in the parliamentary elections of 2012 are radically different when compared with the foregoing principles of non-participation by the Belarusian Bolsheviks. As noted in our position, appearing in the August issue of our newspaper; "Firstly, the existing bourgeois order suits all of the opposition, as well as the candidates that support the current government. However, the Bolsheviks are irreconcilable opponents of private ownership over the means of production, capitalism and capitalist exploitation of workers. Secondly, the electoral system under bourgeois democracy suits all of the opposition, as well as the candidates that support the current government, and they believe that these elections can be fair. But the opposition that is not involved in the September 2012 elections, declare that the electoral system in a bourgeois democracy, now controlled by the current Belarusian authorities, is unfair, so they have no chance of being elected - hence the outcome of their decision not to participate. With this, they use the example in the electoral system in Western bourgeois democracy. We, the Bolsheviks, believe that the electoral system in a bourgeois democracy is never ever fair, neither in America, nor in Germany or France, or anywhere else, because only the proteges of capital win, who have no interests in the workers, peasants and intellectuals."
And yet, despite the fact that a boycott is the most powerful tool in the fight for power, we must openly admit that many analysts estimated the boycott tactics in general in Belarus have failed, apart from some areas, for example in Minsk, where there was a slight decrease in voter attendance as a result of a lot more activity by the pro-Western opposition. I.e. the people brainwashed with pro-government media, still believe in the present bourgeois government, and does not trust the pro-Western bourgeois opposition, but is not yet ready to go and for scrapping the capitalist market relations in general.
Deceived philistines still do not notice that the economic platform of the vast number of Belarusian political parties, including those who call themselves communist, and economic platforms of candidates from the current government, that is, the "party of power", are very close. For all of them, private property and market relations are that "sacred cow", without which they can not conceive of a modern economy. But every day, the workers of the former Soviet republics have become increasingly aware that private property and market relations, introduced in the Soviet economy under Gorbachev, have led to the inevitable under capitalism contradiction between the social character of production and the private form of appropriation of the products of labour. And this is the real reason for the burgeoning global crisis, worsening the standard of living, especially of the working people.
Therefore, all candidates who ran in the last election, no matter how resourceful they excelled in advertising their programs and merciless criticism of each other, promising their constituents to improve their lives, essentially fool and deceive them, so people do not see the light and rise up against the market economic system and against capitalism.
At the same time, in all elections held in Belarus in recent years, an important question is addressed  what vector in foreign policy will prevail in the foreign policy of Belarus: to the west or east. Belarus currently holds significant economic ties with Russia, is building the Union State, however, on a bourgeois basis, which guarantees the free movement of capital, labour, goods and services, the creation of financial-industrial groups, the increase in commodity markets and, hence, an increase resulting in Belarus producing profits. Of course, most of these gains are not accrued by the Belarusian workers. But the Belarusian workers, like workers in other republics of the former Soviet Union, are interested in the creation of the Union State, even on a capitalist basis, as it helps to bring people to the labour struggle against capitalism and for the revival of the workers', peasants and intellectuals  Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Western countries have long been trying, through its "fifth column" collaborators listed in the above opposition parties of the bourgeois-nationalist sense, to tear Belarus from Russia and to close the encirclement of Russia by hostile states and to then proceed to the main goal  the destruction of Russia and the seizure of its natural resources, thus prolonging its existence and the agony of the world capitalist system. To this end, the U.S. secret services organized the "orange revolution" in other former Soviet republics. But in Belarus, meanwhile the proteges of the West have not justified the hopes of their masters. They have a certain chance in the latest parliamentary election after the registration of 124 opposition candidates (a total of 363 candidates participated in the elections).
Elections to the House of Representatives on 23 September this year were in a much more relaxed atmosphere than the presidential elections in December 2010. Journalists from many publications have even called this election boring, because they love the sensational scandals.
Belarusian legislation guarantees the right of candidates to free air time on radio or television, and to a free placement of materials in local newspapers. However, the Belarusian Helsinki Committee noted the existence of censorship during the part of campaigning. During the first week of election campaign broadcast speeches, we became aware of at least five cases of failure of TV and radio to allow broadcasting speeches of opposition candidates, although at least three speeches were still on the air.
Who was elected to the new parliament? The deputies were renewed almost completely - only 21 members of the former convocation will continue (the other members of the previous session did not stand for election.) Among the new members are 30 heads of administrative bodies (the chairmen and vice-chairmen of district executive committees and executive committees, heads of departments, committees and offices), six "law enforcers", 15 representatives of educational institutions (mostly - principals, deans and university presidents), 6 - Health (chief physicians and heads of departments), 10 - different industries (mainly heads, their deputies or supervisors of unions of cells of large enterprises - Gomselmash, Belpromstroiproekt, BelAZ, etc.), including energy and utilities. Several deputies are from agriculture, science, the judiciary, journalism, banking, public sector services and sports. 63 deputies are members of the NGO "Belaya Rus". Five deputies, as noted above, are from the political parties.
Representatives of the workers and peasants in the elected House of Representatives of the fifth convocation are absent, thus the composition can be seen of whose interests will be represented by this parliament.
What conclusions can be made after the latest election campaign in Belarus?
Firstly, the newly elected Parliament in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic of Belarus of the bourgeois will continue to accept the bourgeois laws for the wealthy sectors of the Belarusian society, but not in the interests of the workers, peasants and intellectuals. Once again, we will witness the trueness of the Marxist-Leninist principle that the interests of workers in bourgeois society are impossible to fully defend.
Secondly, the newly elected Parliament shows that it increased the number of representatives of the government and policy-makers, that is, this parliament will be even more remote from the interests of the working people than the last one.
Thirdly, despite the fact that in Belarus, 15 political parties are registered there is no developed bourgeois democracy and multiparty system in the country. The weight and role of most parties in Belarusian politics are now slim. The number of representatives from political parties in the parliament is even more reduced compared to the previous. It is noteworthy that the entrance to the House of Representatives of the fourth 7 deputies from the pro-presidential CPB is not shown, and they do not say a word against the introduction of the slavery contract system of employment and the abolition of benefits for pensioners and students, but rather supported the anti-peoples decisions.
In Belarus, there is not even a special party in power, which is, for example, in Russia, "United Russia", as this role is performed in Belarus by the presidential vertical, i.e. the administration. For some time, there has been talk of plans to convert the Republican public association "Belaya Rus", created under the auspices of the same administration, into a party, but even by the last election, this was not done. Perhaps then, when transformed into a party, "Belaya Rus", numbering 112,000 members (by the standards of Belarus is a very large organization), it will act as similar to those that run the "United Russia" party in Russia.
Certainly, the current government has done everything possible to reduce as much as possible the role of the Belarusian parties in the political life of the country. For example, the de facto ban on rallies, demonstrations and pickets in the centre of Minsk, the introduction of a sophisticated statement filing system when the political situation is developing rapidly, and applications for holding rallies etc that should be submitted within 15 days, and in such cases, for unauthorized activities the police just use batons, has led to a decline in activity of the masses. For example, the social organisation "Otechestvo" has been repeatedly denied been the right to hold anti-imperialist pickets outside the U.S. Embassy under false pretenses. Citizens of the Republic have gradually lost the experience of mass action.
This has especially affected the activity of the Left. Before the split in 1996 of the single PCB into two parties, the PCB and the CPB, in the centre of Minsk under the red flags at rallies and demonstrations on May 1 and November 7, up to 40,000 people marched. In recent years, such public events have no longer been held, which, of course, can not please the bourgeois power.
Thus, today's political system in Belarus can be described as bourgeois democracy with considerable authoritarianism.
But a situation where the parties in the political life of the country have little or no influence of any, have ceased to satisfy even the presidential administration, and this recently during a meeting with the second secretary of the CPB Karpenko himself was expressed by the Belarusian president himself who then spoke of his intention to support the party of patriotic direction and firstly the CPB (a CPB plenum recently elected I. Karpenko as first secretary of the CPB).
Fourthly, despite the huge mass of observers who observed the voting process, as expected there was not genuine transparency in the elections. At many sites, as evidenced by the observers, there were a lot of violations, but the Central Election Commission does not recognize them. The involvement of a powerful administrative resource could not but play its role. It is hard to believe that absolutely in all 109 constituencies where elections were held, the winning candidate won more than 50% of the vote in the first round and a second round of voting was not needed. Even from the point of view of mathematical statistics with low public awareness of the candidates, this result would be unlikely. Indeed, in some counties, up to four candidates were running for election, so it is more likely to be a variant in which the distribution of votes among all the candidates would not allow any of them to win more than 50% of votes in the first round needed to be elected to Parliament under the Electoral Code of Belarus. In conversations with ordinary people, one becomes quickly convinced that all the candidates from both the current government and the opposition, with the similarity of the programs, each of which is filled with promises of a good life, are all exactly the same, and for farmers in remote villages such disorientation was simply dominant .
Such are the results of a "managed democracy."
Fifthly, the decline in the ratings of the bourgeois opposition parties of pro-Western orientation was also due to the fact that many of the provisions of their programs in terms of capitalization of economic life of the country have already been successfully implemented by the current bourgeois government, so the opposition leaders have lost their jobs and have not yet claimed Belarusian capital which without them, life is good. Of course, this is promoted and achieved at a moment of stability of the political situation in the country, because capital needs a steady income and not shocks.
Very interesting reading on this issue, even self-critical revelation itself by the main opposition is found in the newspaper of Belarus "Narodnaya Volya» (№ № 165-166 on October 23, 2012), which states: "The author of these lines (A. Klaskovski) is not imposing anything, but would like to once again focus on the isolation of an entire world perception of opposition leaders (which have turned into de facto flaming commentators and untethered bloggers) from the perception of the masses. For example, from their mouths has become a commonplace assertion that people have finally stopped believing in the government and do not consider elections as real elections.
But! According to a survey IISEPS, 47.5% of Belarusians - almost half - believe the elections free and fair, and only 27% disagree ... One may lament the naivety, apathy, low revolutionary consciousness of the masses, but it is better to proceed from the fact that there is no other prescribed by the opposition leaders to defeat the dictatorship of Brussels." Very frank! Even their own masters did not hesitate to speak out like this.
Sixthly, noting with satisfaction that no candidate from the pro-Western wing reactionary organizations managed to enter parliament and, therefore, the far-right nationalists have not yet gained a parliamentary rostrum, thus we Bolsheviks appeal to the working people of Belarus to be vigilant, because there is no doubt that the imperialist powers of Europe and the Zionist-imperialist U.S. will not leave Belarus alone, but will look for new ways to bring their puppets to power in our country. We need to remember the experience of Yugoslavia, Georgia and Ukraine (Yushchenko period), where pro-Western policies of their individual personalities put these countries under the control of the Western powers, the people condemned to instability and deterioration of life, and in Yugoslavia and Georgia led to bloodshed.
Seventhly, summing up all the criteria, we can conclude that the elections to the House of Representatives of the bourgeois Republic of Belarus, held on September 23, 2012, reaffirmed  for workers that they have no choice. Workers are better not dashing off like mad to the polls in the hope of electing a "worthy" candidate who would provide them with a better life, but to instead, ratchet up the class struggle. The global crisis has led many people to remember the classics of Marxism-Leninism, the luminaries of the class struggle, that the economy of the Soviet Union was not affected by any crisis. Despite the fact that the capitalist world is constantly in crisis via fever stock markets, falling oil prices, companies going bust, growing unemployment, rising prices of essential commodities  we in Belarus have been largely unaffected. Our prices in Soviet Belarus were so stable that they were hammered on metal objects, and the Soviet ruble placed in a savings account, in ten years still maintained their value until the bourgeois counter-revolutionaries led by Gorbachev came to power.
Recent events in Greece, Spain, Portugal and Italy (waves of mass rallies and strikes in the summer and fall of 2012) suggest that the ground under the feet of the world capital is burning. In the West, once again people have begun to study "Capital" by Karl Marx. The laws of dialectics, the laws of social development are relentless: a movement backwards is impossible. Even making a temporary reverse back, society will still go forward, that is, towards socialism and communism.
We, the Bolsheviks therefore reiterate, as noted in our position before the elections: "Only the class struggle under the leadership of a Communist Bolshevik Party, standing firmly on Marxist-Leninist positions, driven to the dictatorship of the proletariat, can restore Soviet power as the power of the workers, peasants and intellectuals Socialism, to revive the great Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and exit the current severe socio-economic and political situation."

V. Zelikov, Secretary of the CC AUCPB,

Chairman of the Bureau of the Central Committee of the AUCPB
for Belarus and the Kaliningrad region

A Short Review of some of the workers’ struggles in Britain gathered by For Bolshevism-AUCPB for November 2012


As capitalism nips in the bud the career aspirations of those preparing to enter work for the first time, it is at the same time blighting the retirement prospects of their mums and dads. Whilst ballots by the FBU (fire brigades) and POA (prison officers) unions have continued to demonstrate that members are standing firm against the government’s ‘final offer’ on public-service pensions, both Unison members and (in local government) Unite members have voted to accept the imposed deal, which requires workers to retire later and pay more for a reduced pension.
Some idea of the treacherous role played by the social-democratic leadership of Unison can be gleaned from their actions before and during the ballot. Not only were members recommended to accept the offer, but local branches were bombarded with communications telling them to campaign for a Yes vote and under no circumstances to campaign for a No vote.
When it became clear that some branches were continuing to stand firm on the issue, the leadership then truly acted as gendarmes in the working-class movement, instructing regional organisers to shop any branches or individuals who continued to resist the capitulation. As one leaked email put it:
“For all ROs [regional officers] who have a county or unitary/met borough branch can you please (casually and unobtrusively) check with your branch secs that they have received and read my email from Sunday and try to establish if their branch is going to follow these guidelines. I’m asking we focus on the County and unitary councils as this is where the bulk of the membership is and where we are likely to have the most problems.
“Please have these discussions in a casual way and don’t say ‘I’ve been asked to do this by the regional secretary’ – we need to be subtle about this. Please report back the results of your discussion to me ... If you are out and about at a branch committee meeting and this is discussed and the branch seek to vote to campaign against the SGE recommendations remind them of the points in the third bullet point in the email below. If they then vote on the issues please ask them to take a recorded vote and also take your own private notes of who voted to breach the guidelines.”

The hardest hit

The orgy of feel-good sentimentality that the media whipped up around the Paralympics stands in stark contrast to the way the disabled are actually treated the rest of the time under capitalism.
Nobody knows this better than the 1,700 disabled Remploy workers facing the boot as more than half the 54 workshops are set to close by year-end as these ‘assets’ are sold off. This follows on from a similar jobs cull at Remploy two years ago. Two years on, 85 percent of those workers remain unemployed.
The Paralympics originated in the non-PC ‘Wheelchair Games’ at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, as a way of using competitive sport to help rebuild the health and confidence of men whose bodies were shattered in the last world war. Remploy began in the same period and under a similar impulse, with the rationale of providing productive and sociable work for those whose war injuries excluded them from more mainstream employment.
It is a cruel irony that, whilst the government talks a blue streak about empowering the disabled by cutting off their benefits and telling them to get a job, the Remploy workshops which did actually get the handicapped into work are now sacrificed on the altar of profitability.
Remploy workers are fighting back, however. Workers who were casually sacked opted to occupy Remploy’s head office in Leicester, with further strikes at the Chesterfield and Springburn works, both of which are to be sold off.
Meanwhile, the Paralympics dream lost some of its shine when the sordid reality of its business sponsors obtruded. One sponsor who had hoped to capitalise on the feel-good vibe was Visa. Taking advantage of its lucrative monopoly on provision of card payment services and cash machines, it had already raised eyebrows during the Olympics when it turned out that you had to have a Visa card to buy tickets. Now this patron of the disabled games has incurred the wrath of the Royal National Institute for the Blind.
The RNIB threatened legal action against Visa when it turned out that none of the eight on-site cash points were equipped with ‘talking ATM’ facilities, arguing that this infringed equality law. Visa dodged the lawyers by promising to modify just two of the machines, then went ahead and did nothing, breaking its promise to accommodate partially-sighted visitors. In a lame defence, Visa blamed the short notice, though they knew the timescale when they made the commitment.
First prize for hypocrisy, though, had to go to Atos, the bounty hunters charged with the task of vetting disability benefit claimants and finding them fit for work with scant regard for the medical evidence. Their outrageous attempt to live down their reputation as tormentors of the disabled by sponsoring the Paralympics has backfired badly, triggering a rash of protests by disabled rights activists.

Source - Proletarian online

At the start of the march there were up to ten thousand students from all over the country - directed on an agreed route to Kennington park in South London (hardly the seat of government), barely a thousand made it as far as the rally which then ended in chaos as NUS president Liam Burns was pelted with eggs as some activists invaded the stage
The students, many bussed in from around the country, assembled on the morning of November 20 at Temple Park on the embankment, and then shortly after midday they headed west. Despite the fact that parliament square was not on the route, the palace of Westminster was protected by double fencing boxes weighed down by sandbags, and hundreds of police mounted an operation which included very visible horses, to discourage and prevent any students from diverting to Whitehall or Parliament Square.
The same box fences barred the way at Westminster Bridge Road, and as the students marched past, several hundred broke out of the cordon and ran straight for the barricades where a few minor scuffles ensued. Some police drew batons as protestors tried to dismantle one of the fences, and other lines of police briefly pushed protestors back.
The huge number of NUS stewards were anxiously instructing students to keep moving and to walk over Westminster Bridge away from the place where all the decisions about EMA, tuition fees, and education cuts, have been made. They wanted their peers to walk through the pouring rain to a rally a couple of miles away in a muddy park. Many, unsurprisingly, didn't want to go.
There was a sit-down on the bridge, a samba band started playing on the Westminster side, and progress was very very slow.
Even along the route to the park, a large group had stopped under the railway bridge behind waterloo station, causing traffic chaos, enjoying the shelter, and making lots of noise, echoing under the bridge. Still the stewards begged them to keep moving.
Who are these unpaid police aids? Senior stewards wired with earpieces and in direct communication with police, barking instructions to their teams, hiding behind the language of safety and inclusivity while helping the state to prevent any meaningful protest. And of course the baby-blue-tabarded police 'protest liaison' officers were also strongly represented, intruding into the crowd and engaging people in conversation, wired for sound while FIT teams filmed and photographed from a distance, collecting their intelligence and assessing the mood.
No wonder by the time the rally arrived at Kennington Park, there were less than a thousand left.
We've previously had protests banned from ending in rallies in royal parks because of the possible damage to the grass. but the grass in South London is clearly deemed far less important, and as the turf turned to mud under the trampling crowd, Josie Long (god bless her), took to the stage to try to uplift and entertain the sodden students, before introducing the first speakers.
Union officials traipsed one after another on to the stage, speaking of winning the fight, of unity, of breaking the government, but not one of them calling for real action or a general strike.
A group of several dozen activists were intent on exposing the hypocrisy of these speakers, and heckled, called for that strike, shouted down the platitudes, and when liam burns, NUS president, took to the stage, they chanted "NUS, shame on you. Where the fuck have you brought us to", and started pelting him with eggs, forcing him to dance around dodging them.
Finally, a dozen or so tore down the barriers, and despite the heavy-handed efforts of private security, they occupied the stage, forcing Liam Burns to make a hasty exit. Attempting to speak to the ever-diminishing crowd, they found the microphone instantly turned off, but with a loud-hailer, they exhorted people to ignore the police section 12 conditions in place and to join them marching back to Westminster to make their voices heard in front of parliament.
The miserable weather, the fading light, the muddy park, and the lines of coaches ready to transport out-of-towners back home, all conspired to deflate the small revolution, and besides, parliament square was still locked down and classed as a "sterile area" by police who turned away the few students still in the area.
So the 2012 demo was once again made impotent by the state, helped by student organisers and union VIPs, and given a bare minimum of coverage by most of the media.
The majority of MPs still fiddle their expenses, while the poor and dispossessed suffer, and most of the the education system becomes a privatised, second-rate, money-spinner, with good education only available to the rich and the privileged. And the young face joblessness or menial slave labour disguised as workfare, while the companies they toil for pay no taxes. but at least they had their day of democracy, in a muddy park in South London.
Steel-maker Tata said today that it will cut 900 jobs and close 12 of its sites in Britain.
Five-hundred of those will come from its Port Talbot plant in unemployment-racked south Wales.
The firm said getting rid of the workers would make it more competitive.
The job losses at Tata follow 12,500 recent redundancies at Vion, 900 at Hovis bread-maker Premier Foods, 140 at Standard Life, 2,600 at Turning Point, 735 at Comet and 1,300 at Newcastle City Council.
Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said: "The news at Tata rounds off a dark seven days for the UK economy.
"Tens of thousands of people will be facing a Christmas of uncertainty thanks to the jobs carnage wrought by this government's bungling handling of the economy."
Steelworkers' union Community general secretary Michael Leahy said he wants an urgent meeting with Tata bosses "to ensure our principle of no compulsory redundancies is upheld."
A Welsh government spokesman called it "very disappointing and a massive blow.
"Tata's decision reflects the serious and ongoing challenges faced by manufacturing industries."
Shadow Welsh secretary Owen Smith said: "I am deeply concerned at the government's intransigence in the face of repeated calls from companies such as Tata about the challenges that high energy costs and uncertainty over government policy are posing."
Tata said it will restart one of two blast furnaces at Port Talbot in the first quarter of next year as part of a £250 million investment programme.
Its European chief executive Karl Kohler said: "We will be working with our trade unions and government at a national and local level."
The company employs 19,000 people in its British steel business and limply claimed that it was committed to investing in it "to help create long-term stability."
Friday 23 November 2012
by Tony Patey Industrial Reporter (Source – Morning Star)

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Wednesday, 14 November 2012


Festive events dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, took place in most parts of the territory of the ex-Soviet Union.

KRASNOYARSK. A demonstration and rally was held, organized under the leadership of activists of the AUCPB. Preparing celebrations was predictably met by resistance of city officials who tried to ban them.

In summary, a column of revolutionary communists (Bolsheviks, the Komsomols, RCWP, the International Union of Soviet Officers, etc.) proceeded along the avenue named after the newspaper "Krasnoyarsk worker", with red flags and incendiary slogans. Half way along, demonstrators took to the roadway, after heated debate with police and repeated chants of "Glory to the Soviet Militia - shame on bourgeois police". After the rally, the organizers were presented with a "paper" by police on calling "for a protocol" (prepared in advance), but when one of the organizers, V.N. Komarova refused to sign it, attempts were made by plain clothes police to arrest him, but were prevented by outraged protesters.

In the evening a concert was held organized by the local branch of "Communists of Russia." Our Bolshevik poets read out their verses. At all events, as well as during the wreath-laying ceremony in Divnogorsk, the newspapers "Hammer and Sickle", "Revolution", "Workers 'and Peasants' Truth" and AUCPB 2012 calendars were distributed..

The next day one of the organizers called in by police was released without protocol.

KURSK. On November 7, 2012, the Bolsheviks of the Kursk branch of the AUCPB took an active part in the march on the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. At the meeting devoted to this significant date, newspapers "Hammer and Sickle", "Revolution", greeting flyers from the CC AUCPB and flyers of political persuasion, were distributed and propaganda work was conducted. The younger generation took an active part in the demonstration and rally.

PYATIGORSK. In the city of Pyatigorsk, on November 7, 2012 at the monument to Sergei Kirov, Communists held a solemn meeting dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the victory of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 21th anniversary of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks.

The AUCPB standard, portraits of Lenin and J.V. Stalin, Soviet arms, and red flags with the hammer and sickle were raised up. Newspapers: "Hammer and Sickle", "Workers - Peasants Truth," leaflets of different content were circulated. Propaganda work was carried out among the people taking part before the meeting on the role of the Bolsheviks in overthrowing the bourgeoisie in Petrograd, Russia, building socialism under Stalin, and today’s AUCPB struggle against the bourgeoisie. Flowers were laid at the monument to S.M. Kirov.

N.A. Degtyarenko, a member of the Central Committee of the AUCPB made a speech in front the crowd, and on behalf of the Central Committee of the AUCPB congratulated everyone on the 95th anniversary of the victory of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 21th anniversary of the AUCPB, then read out a report on the 95th anniversary of the victory of the October Revolution. Other comrades also made statements.

After the meeting, the Bolsheviks held a solemn meeting dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 21th anniversary of the AUCPB. Comrade N.A. Degtyarenko spoke to those who had gathered.

NOVOSIBIRSK. On November 7, in Novosibirsk the AUCPB, VMGB and our allies took part in a demonstration devoted to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. We formed a convoy with our symbols and slogans. At the rally on Lenin square, the Bolsheviks set up a stand, distributing campaign literature. A detailed photo report can be found on the AUCPB-Novosibirsk website.

MOSCOW. On November 7, 2012, in Moscow a "Red March" and meeting took place, dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.

The march and rally, organized by the "Forum of the Left," was attended by about 50 communist parties, Communist youth unions and various left-wing organizations. The total number of participants was about fifteen hundred people. And by the number of participants and by their mood, the "Red March" showed itself to be a worthy alternative to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF) march and rally (or more precisely - its "Zyuganov" section).

The speakers at the rally clearly spoke about revolutionary transformation of society, condemning the renegade position of the CPRF of Zyuganov, and condemned the "Bolotniks" pseudo-opposition. At the rally, the Bolsheviks actively distributed leaflets "Russia - without the bourgeois!" and Bolshevik newspapers.

IL'SKY VILLAGE, KRASNODAR REGION. On November 7, 2012 in the village of Il'sky in the Seversky district of Krasnodar region, AUCPB activists marked the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.

They laid fresh flowers at the monument to V.I. Lenin and adorned the monument and the surrounding area with our Bolshevik symbols. For 2 hours in the rain, our Bolshevik press - newspapers “Worker-Peasant Hammer and Sickle"," Workers' and Peasants' Truth" and the youth newspaper "Revolution" were distributed to passers by.

The activists congratulated ordinary people on the Soviet holiday on November 7, and gave them confidence in the victorious revival of SOCIALISM.

OBNINSK (KALUGA REGION). Bolshevik newspapers were distribution after the rally.

CHELYABINSK. A march and rally was held which was organized by the League of Communists of Chelyabinsk (AUCPB, RCWP, "Communists of Russia", etc).

The meeting in honour of the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, was held at Revolution Square near the monument to V.I. Lenin.

VORONEZH. On November 6, 2012 in the city of Voronezh, a festive concert dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 94th anniversary of the birth of the Young Communist League, was organied prepared and held by the Voronezh AUCPB .and Komsomol organizations

At the concert, also sounded poems on the Revolution, the Civil War, Communists and Komsomol members.

Participants of the concert were mostly working and young students, from different institutions, factories, and several educational institutions, and took nearly a month preparing for it. It was difficult. But since all concert participants were volunteers, the discipline was conscious. Besides, there is nothing more that brings people together as a joint cause. It was a friendly atmosphere in preparation for the concert. And the revolutionary and patriotic songs doubled and tripled the strength of the army. Therefore, overcoming difficulties, on November 6, they arrived as one, and all prepared, and not one member of the collective was disappointed.

On the eve of the concert, produced and distributed invitations. Despite the torrential rain and the working day, at 6pm, the room was filled with spectators, who were mostly young, sympathetic to communist ideals, and veterans (some Chinese even came!). At the concert, we circulated Bolshevik leaflets and newspapers: "Revolution," "Hammer and Sickle", and "Workers 'and Peasants' Truth". Viewers loved the concert. They applauded, and often sang along to familiar songs.

The following day, on November 7, during the anniversary rally we carried out propaganda work on introduction to the masses of socialist consciousness and circulated the remaining Bolshevik leaflets and newspapers. Moreover, the main emphasis is on our youth - the future of our country!

E.V. Laura



Congratulatory message from Czech Communists (the editors of the journal "Dialogue")

Deeply respected, Comrade Nina Alexandrovna!

We congratulate all of you on the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution!

The ideals of the Great Revolution are alive in the minds of millions of people in the world, and encouraging the implementation of revolutionary changes.

We wish you good health, strength, courage, peace, kindness, confidence in the future and a strong belief in the necessity and inevitability of the revival of the great Soviet Union.

Together we shall victor!

On behalf of the "Dialogue" team
Lubomir Heine
Prague, 7th November 2012


Dear Nina Alexandrovna! I heartily congratulate you and your colleagues on the 95th anniversary of the world's greatest events - our October Revolution. It was one of the most important events in human history, pointing the way to a society of higher morality, democracy, justice and human dignity. Another such event was our victory over fascism. Both of these events happened in our country, because historical pride should be part of the soul of our youth, and to remind them of their duty - the service of true democracy, true justice - for the vast majority of people - working people.

I'm happy to be in the same ranks with you, and it is the subject of my pride and sense of existence. I wish you all with the same Leninist foresight and Stalinist insistence and firmness to steer Russian revolutionaries in the wake of the "Aurora". Health to you and much energy in the struggle.

Alla Gigova - BRP (k), Bulgarian Slavic movement.

And congratulating us by telephone:

Publisher of "For Bolshevism" monthly journal Comrade Kevin John Cain, (Britain), publisher of the magazine "News from the USSR" comrade Jacques Lejeune (Paris, France), publisher of "North Star Compass" Comrade Michael Lucas, and also the editors of a number of communist newspapers published in Europe.

Tuesday, 13 November 2012


08.11.2012 07:09

To the Central Committee of the
All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks

The Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in the Russian Federation presents its congratulations and respect to the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks, and has the honour to transmit a telegram with a congratulatory message from the Workers' Party of Korea to the General Secretary of the Central Committee of AUCPB, Comrade N.A. Andreeva, on the occasion of the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.
The Embassy avails itself of this opportunity to renew to the CC AUCPB assurances of its highest respect.
Moscow, November 6, Juche 101 (2012)


To the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks

To Comrade Nina Alexandrovna Andreeva

The Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea warmly congratulates You and in Your address, all the members of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks on the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution!
Taking this opportunity, we are confident that the friendly relations between our two parties, based on the common ideology of socialism will continue to further strengthen and develop. We wish You and your Party great success in the work for the victory of socialism.

Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea
November 7 Juche 101 (2012),

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Congratulations from the AUCPB on the 95 October!

Long live the 95th anniversary of the Great

October Socialist Revolution!

Dear Comrades

The CC AUCPB congratulates all Soviet people and communists abroad on the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.

We firmly believe in the revival of socialism in the USSR. We firmly believe in the triumph of socialism in the world.

We wish all those who stood or stand in our ranks of fighters for the socialist future of humanity, boldly going forward towards the goal.

The truth of History is with us!

We shall victor!


Thursday, 1 November 2012





FOR BOLSHEVISM-AUCPB website: http://aucpbenglishwebsite.blogspot.com

No 11 (116) NOVEMBER 2012
The Great October Socialist Revolution and its impact on world history

"Give us an organization of revolutionaries
and we will overturn Russia" V.I. Lenin.

95 years ago on November 7 (October 25 old style calender) 1917, under the leadership of the Bolshevik Party, led by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, the Great October Socialist Revolution was carried out. The working class, the toiling masses of Russia took power into their own hands.
The exploiting classes having lost power - the bourgeoisie and the landlords, unleashed a civil war in order to regain their lost privileges, and to continue to ruthlessly exploit the working people. Their class brothers from abroad came to their aid. 14 imperialist countries launched a military intervention against the young Soviet Republic.
In the crucible of the Civil War, the mighty Red Army was born which was tempered and shaped the future of the Soviet armed forces of the great power.
Lenin emphasized that a people will never win when the workers and peasants for the most part will not know, feel and see that they are defending their own, Soviet power - the power of the working people, that cause, victory for which they and their children will provide an opportunity to enjoy all the benefits of culture, all created by human labor (CW, v. 38).
After defeating the White Army which defended the old order and driving out the forces of the interventionists, our country began peaceful socialist construction.
On December 30, 1922, by the will of the peoples of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics - the voluntary union of equal and fraternal peoples and states was created.
After the death of Lenin, the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks), was headed by a faithful disciple and close associate of the leader, Joseph Stalin.
Under Stalin's leadership, the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks), carried out industrialization, collectivization of agriculture, the Cultural Revolution, during which it did away with private property and the exploitation of man by man. By the mid-30s, the foundations of socialism in the USSR were built. The victory of socialism was enshrined in the Constitution of the USSR, adopted on 5 December 1936 and rightly named after Stalin – the Stalin Constitution.
By the end of the 1930-s, the Soviet Union in just 15 years (by 1925 the economy of the Soviet Union entered the pre-war level of 1913) caught up and passed most of the developed capitalist countries and, according to its economic potential, had turned into a superpower, becoming the 2nd most powerful economy in the world.
Extraordinary heroism and courage was displayed by Soviet people, defending the socialist motherland from Nazi invasion. It was the Soviet Union which played a decisive role in the defeat of fascism, grinding down on their own fronts over 70% of German troops. "For the Motherland, for Stalin!" - With this slogan the Soviet soldiers rose in the attack on the bestial enemy.
The Soviet Union suffered its greatest human and economic costs of the war, having put on the altar of Victory 20 million (out of 50 million in total) of their sons and daughters. But after 4 years - despite the malevolence of enemies and the enemies of the USSR that allegedly took several decades to lick wounds of war – the Soviet national economy was restored. The Soviet Union made confident strides forward, laying the foundation for the gradual transition from socialism to communism.
The questions on the transition to communist construction were considered in the outstanding work J.V. Stalin’s "Economic Problems of Socialism in the USSR." The core of it was in the further gradual reduction and, ultimately, the destruction of commodity production and commodity-money relations. "We Marxists adhere to the Marxist view that the transition from socialism to communism and the communist principle of distribution of products according to needs, exclude any commodity exchange, and therefore, the conversion of products into commodities, and at the same time and turning them into value" ( Stalin, Vol.16, page 222- Russian).
However, the death of the leader interrupted further progress.
J.V. Stalin stood firmly on the Leninist path. Lenin had created the organization of revolutionaries, but Nikita Khrushchev began the process of its destruction.
Anti-Stalinism, unleashed by the petty bourgeois neo-Trotskyite group of Khrushchev came to power in the party and the country after the death of Stalin, and openly proclaiming at the Twentieth Party Congress, interrupted the onward march of development. The country then began gradually losing its position in the struggle against imperialism. In the Brezhnev era, anti-Stalinism was somewhat muted, but it continued its devastating effect in the economy, politics, ideology, Party and State.
The transformation of the party from the vanguard of the proletariat into a party of "all the people", the rejection of the dictatorship of the proletariat and its replacement with a so-called "people's state", the rejection of Stalin's policy of annual decline in prices of essential commodities and staples based on sustained and rapid development of the socialist economy, expansion of commodity-money relations, instead of its restrictions, as recommended by Stalin, and that is the most important tenets of Marxism-Leninism - all this, as well as other anti-Stalinist (and, therefore, anti-Leninist, anti-Marxist) actions and steps led, ultimately, to the degeneration of the Communist Party and the Soviet state, and contributed to the formation of the treacherous Gorbachev leadership.
Under the guise of perestroika (reconstruction) under Gorbachev and K °, a bourgeois counterrevolution was carried out in our country. The Soviet Union was broken up and socialism treacherously destroyed in the USSR, and the People's Democracies in Eastern Europe suffered a temporary defeat.

It should be noted that the construction of socialism in the Soviet Union took place in a bitter class struggle.
The civil war and foreign intervention, sabotage in industry; fierce resistance during the collectivization of the kulaks, which resulted in the murder of Party, Soviet and YCL activists, the burning of grain and barns, the destruction of agricultural machinery and equipment, the mass destruction of livestock, led to a sharp reduction in its livestock, etc. - All that complicated our progress.
J.V. Stalin said: "It has never happened and never will happen that the obsolescent classes will voluntarily hand over their positions without trying to organize resistance. It has never happened and never will happen that advancement of the working class to socialism in class society would go ahead without struggle and turmoil. Conversely, progress to socialism is bound to lead to resistance from the exploiter elements of the progress, and the resistance of the exploiters can not but lead to the inevitable aggravation of the class struggle. That is why the working class can not be put to sleep by talking about the secondary role of the class struggle "(Works, v.11 page 172).
The views of the hostile class elements were expressed in the party of Trotskyites, Bukharinite, and other Zinovievite groups that merged into a single anti-party, anti-state Rightist, Trotskyite bloc, and were severely punished by the Soviet government for anti-state activities.
As stated in the "History of the CPSU (B)" Short Course": the trials found that the Trotsky-Bukharin enemies, fulfilling the will of their masters – the foreign bourgeois intelligence services, were bent on destruction of the Party and the Soviet state, undermining the country's defense, easing foreign military intervention , preparing the defeat of the Red Army, the dismemberment of the Soviet Union, the Japanese out of the Soviet Primorye, the Poles out of the Soviet of Belarus, the Germans out of the Soviet Ukraine, the destruction of the gains of the workers and peasant, and the restoration of capitalist slavery in the USSR".(OGIZ, Gospolitizdat, 1945, pp. 331-332). It is these evil plans of the Trotsky-Bukharin and traitors and anti-Soviets that managed to realize the Gorbachev leadership.
All anti-party anti-Soviet elements in their work enjoyed great support from foreign countries. The imperialist governments of the major Western countries for a minute did not stop the fight against the Soviets, were desperately trying to destroy the world's first multinational state of workers and peasants, which just by its very existence, by example, the grand success in building a new socialist society had an enormous impact on the working masses around the world.
The governments and major capitalist monopolies and banks in the U.S., Britain, France in the hands of the Zionist capital provided huge financial and economic aid to the Fascist regime in Germany to restore the destroyed during World War I economy, to revive the German armed forces and did everything to incite Nazi Germany against the Soviet Union and by Nazi hands strangle our country. The heroic struggle of the Soviet people and its mighty Soviet army did not allow these insidious plans to come true.
After the victory in the Great Patriotic War and the Second World War over German fascism and Japanese militarism, socialism went beyond a single country. A world socialist system was formed, which included the people's democracies in Eastern Europe and China, the DPRK, socialist Vietnam and Laos in Asia. In 1959, was the victory of the socialist revolution in Cuba.
However, the negative processes in the Communist Party, could not affect the state of the world communist movement, the relationship between the socialist countries. For the abandonment of proven in past life and the severe school of military trials of the Leninist-Stalinist way of building and defending the gains of socialism, the CPSU under Khrushchev was severely criticized by the Chinese comrades, as well as some of the other communist parties.
Relations between the CPSU and the CPC, the USSR and China, which reached outright military conflicts, only fed the hand of world imperialism. Here the anti-Stalin policies of Khrushchev's leadership played a very negative role.

Nowadays, world Zionist-American capital dominates. The islets of socialism remain only in the DPRK and Cuba, who proudly carry the banner of socialism unbowed on the planet. Together with this, along the path of socialist transformation now follows Venezuela and Bolivia, and in a number of capitalist countries (Colombia, the Philippines, etc.) there are armed groups of people guided in the struggle by the revolutionary theory of Marx, V.I. Lenin and Che Guevara. Sympathy of the oppressed workers towards socialism has not been destroyed because of the destruction of the USSR.
Meanwhile, the world of capital is increasingly immersed in a severe financial and economic crisis. Crises by their very nature are inherent in capitalism, especially in its highest imperialist stage and are a reflection of the insoluble and increasingly deepening contradiction between the social character of production and the private capitalist form of appropriation of the results of labor. This was written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, even in the "Communist Manifesto": "For several decades, the history of industry and commerce is but the history of the revolt of modern productive forces against modern conditions of production, against the property relations that are the conditions of existence of the bourgeoisie and its domination. Enough to mention the commercial crises that by their periodical return, more and more menacing question the existence of the entire bourgeois society "(" The Communist Manifesto ", Moscow, Politizdat, 1987, p.31).
And as usual, the imperialists seek a way out of the crisis by way unleashing more and more wars and violent conflicts. Only in the last 20 years (since the collapse of the world socialist system) the US-NATO predators have committed acts of military aggression against Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, bombed Libya, fomenting civil war in Syria, more and more, along with its close ally of Israel, to escalate the situation around Iran.
In this case, it serves only one purpose - to capture new sources of natural resources and raw materials, especially oil, to convert workers exposed to aggression into cheap labor for multinational corporations and, thus, extending their worthless inhuman existence. The main object of attacks by Zionist-American imperialism is Russia with its vast territory, countless natural resources, oil and gas storage, cheap and still quite skilled labor. To conquer Russia and, its people turned into rightess slaves of the TNCs and TNB-s is a cherished goal of today's "masters of the world." To achieve this purpose, they openly assist the bourgeois government and the president of Russia conducting anti-national policies in favor of the U.S. and NATO.
To stop the presumptuous predators who by their reckless policies can destroy all of humanity is the duty of all freedom-loving peoples of the world, the international working class and working people, all those who are fighting against the omnipotence of capital, for ensuring that the true masters of the world became the working man - a creator of wealth and achievements of civilization.
At the forefront of history as a century ago, by the course of historical development, advances the working class, the working people of Russia and the other republics of the USSR exploded by counter-revolution.
The revival our great Soviet Motherland is the most important task of all communist revolutionaries, all fighters against imperialism and for the triumph of the ideals of socialism and communism and the victory of labor over the yoke of Capital.
Long live the Great October Socialist Revolution!
Down with the power of capital?
Revive our great motherland - the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics!

October 2012 - CC AUCPB


On 4 October 1993, after the executing the Supreme Soviet using tank canon fire, power in the country went into the hands of the big bourgeoisie, led by Boris Yeltsin.

An excerpt from a letter written by Valeriya Vorontsova just before she committed suicide:

"In the autumn of 1993, I was outside the “White House" (the building of the Supreme Soviet in Moscow- fb). (Maybe someone remembers the green-eyed blonde called Lera). I went there because I hate lies, cynicism, meanness, narrow-mindedness, stupidity, human cruelty and rudeness - in short, everything that is in abundance in Mr. Yeltsin, his henchmen and his regime. I came along because I believed Rutskoi, because I had always respected Khasbulatov (although at first, I did not understand how such an intelligent, smart person could have anything in common with this disgrace Yeltsin).
Whilst there I behaved quietly, modestly, and did not scream out loud, and did not clamber to get in front of TV reporters - there were many other things going on: a man named Anatoly was suffering from a severe head wound and a woman (I think her name was Galina Yevgenovich.), had had a sudden heart attack and many others were injured ...
And when the real massacre began, in front of my eyes my friend was shot dead, with whom we had been friends for more than 10 years ... And then I was caught in between a man who was wounded after he had been shot in the abdomen and the Spetznaz commando who had shot him with a contorted face full of hatred. I shouted to him: "Do not shoot, he's wounded!" - On that the commando replied: "He is wounded, but not yet dead...". I ran and stood over covering that wounded man, and thought to myself - that bastard will not fire on woman, but all the same, the bullets were fired straight into my back ...
And then, in a filthy, dirty stairwell and wounded, all the time losing consciousness, I was raped by two OMON (riot policemen). I can still hear their words to the effect of saying, well, this agony is "due to Rutskoi and Khasbulatov, but we will not get to them because you will get the full monty ..."
I woke up after 4 days in the hospital (thanks to the person who found me and sent me there). And I left the hospital on March 1, 1994. Normally after a back injury people leave in a wheelchair. But I was able to get back onto my feet thanks to the doctors. I returned again into life outside, and what did I see? My country is still being robbed, with everyone bowing their heads even lower in front of America. On television are the same figures from the insincere Alexis II to prostituted Mark Zakharov, but onto the people whom I respect, a double portion of dirt poured over them.
Avenge to them all for my friend who was dying in my arms saying, "All the same - Rutskoi is the President", and whose parents still do not know where her body is or where she was buried, as well as for me, for other women and girls? I myself would like to avenge, but I'm a woman, I'm only 21, I have no strength and experience. I'm not complaining (on the contrary, if we had to repeat everything over again, I would do the same as then), but I appeal to the healthy, strong, intelligent, honest men: but if it were me as your sister, daughter, mother or wife? ..
I ask my dear Alexander Vladimirovich Rutskoi and Ruslan Imranovich Khasbulatov: how can you safely write books or work in your department? Are you not getting cold blood and do your hearts not stop?
I do not know how to fight the Yeltsin beast - with a weapon or an appeal to arms, but I personally know that I can not live under this regime, with whose hands I have been humbled, humiliated and crushed. You know, coming out of the hospital, I could not live in Moscow. I can not see my native city and its residents. In every OMON riot policeman I see one of those two who raped me. And to this day since (more than six months ago!), I still wake up screaming at night. I went to a friend in a quiet village in the heart of the Urals, but you see, silence, nature, forest, fungi, berries, fresh milk - they do not help save me. I still every night dream of that massacre. When I was in hospital, I screamed at night, and that would wake the entire ward up; the doctor even prescribed me narcotic drugs….
I repeat: I'm not complaining about anything and have no regrets. I just want to live up to the hour of reckoning. Will the hour of reckoning ever come?
Some might say it is a personal tragedy. Yes, today maybe it is personal, but what about then, way back in October? I was shot not by some criminal, but by a man armed by Yeltsin and his regime. And for being so cruelly tortured by the two men in a smelly dirty stairwell, because they hated me so much? They said: "For Rutskoi and Khasbulatov."
Understand that the October tragedy did not end, for some people it is continuing and will continue until Yeltsin, Filatova, Grachev, Erin, Yakovlev Shakhrai Burbulis and others pay the price for what they did...
With love and respect from Valeriya Vorontsova"

From the editorial.: Valeriya Vorontsova committed suicide in March 1994.
On October 4, on the anniversary of the execution by tank cannon fire of the building of the Supreme Soviet of Russia by Yeltsin's executioners, the Bolsheviks held a rally in memory of the defenders of the Supreme Soviet.
In Krasnoyarsk on Red square, a memorial stele to Krasnoyarsk residents-fighters in the Civil War, a Bolshevik rally took place. It was attended by representatives of the bloc "For Stalin!", the International Union of Soviet Officers, the local branch of the "Communists of Russia", and others.
The AUCPB standard and red flag were deployed. On the stele was attached a placard "To those who fell in the struggle for Soviet power" (that is its name, but a few years ago, after the repair, the letters were broken off along with plating and the stele painted over in brick colour). The placard angered representatives of the police, who demanded "not to aggravate the situation."
At the rally poems were read out about the events of October 1993 and today's capitalist reality, and there were calls for unity in the struggle against the counter-revolution. Common to all appearances the idea can be described as "We do not forget, We do not forgive". Bolshevik newspapers "Hammer and Sickle", "Revolution", "For Stalin" were circulated.
In Novosibirsk on October 4, along Krasny Prospect, a protest was held in the form of a series of pickets. The participants were pensioners, who for more than a year have been fighting for their rights with their regional administration. At the end of pickets, with the participation of the AUCPB, flowers were laid in the Square of the Heroes of the Revolution - in honour of those who fell in the struggle for Soviet power on October 3-4, 1993.


On 24 September, 17 specialists in the reproduction section of a poultry factory in Klimovsky, a village near Cherepovets, refused to work because of non-payment of wages. The last time the workers received money was on August 22. After that, neither advances or holiday money was seen by anyone.
According to experts, because of the work stoppage in the section, in just one day, the poultry factory suffered losses amounting to several hundred thousand rubles.
After a few days, some of workers in the reproduction section of the "Cherepovets broiler" factory started getting their money.
Once the workers had achieved their goal, the strike was suspended, but the situation remains tense. From the words of the same employees, they say that if the delay of salary again continues, they will again fight for their rights.

On September 22, in Moscow as part of inter-regional action against the collapse of the health service, a rally was held. Participants of the rally were holding placards and banners "Impoverished doctors - a sick society", "Doctors are not slaves to work for food", "Do not let the red cross become a tomb," "Enough of lying about our salaries," "Officials, are you not ashamed to type 03? ", "No to budget cuts "," Stop the reforms with strikes at schools, colleges and universities, "" A hospital is not a market! Free and quality healthcare for all", and others.
All the speakers talked about the low salaries of doctors, teachers and social workers (in sharp contrast to the constantly increasing salaries of the state-security services), funding cuts and reorganization of hospital medicine - that is, a merger of institutions and staff reduction.
Many speakers called for physicians to join independent trade unions to effectively defend their rights and the rights of their patients. One speaker pointed out that a simple change of president and government officials in the so-called "opposition leaders" will not change dramatically the deteriorating situation in the social sphere.

Several workers at the Abrasive Plant in Perm on September 26 began a hunger strike, demanding the payment of salaries, which they have not seen since 2010.
"So far we only have four, but at the weekend, we expect that more people will join. The situation is at the limit - the total debt of the company to the employees is more than 6 million rubles. We are on hunger strike in the regional branch of the Communist Party building "- the workers say.
In turn, the Communist Party office site in the Perm region promises to broadcast events in real time.
The next day the governor of Perm region V.Basargin met with the hunger strikers. After his visit, the workers agreed to suspend action for a week.

At the Minsk Tractor Plant in one of the workshop, a hidden strike has been running for several days. People are demanding higher salaries, which they have had cut by almost half from the beginning of the year, according to the publication "Belarusian partisan" referring to one of the plant's workers.
According to him, about 500 tractors have accumulated in the workshop. However, the management of the plant is still not responding and does not want to hold a general meeting. In this regard, the shop workers are preparing for an all out strike. The company's administration continues denying any problems with production.
The same is being said in the official union. "There is no strike. The company is working in the former regime. There is no interruption "- said the head of the trade union committee of the company Alexander Kartsev.

In Azerbaijan, over 200 employees at the Balakhani Oil gas production Administration (OGPU) began strike action on September 27. The strikers are unhappy with working conditions and mistreatment of workers from the new management. They also need to resolve the issue of social insurance, employment contracts, and familiarizing them with payrolls, etc. Management is threatening the oil workers with dismissal for participating in the protest.
On September 20, oil workers held a protest and summitted their demands to the management of Balakhani Oil and gas production Office. However, the management has not addressed these demands, so the oil workers have decided to go on strike.
After the first 4 hours of strike action, representatives of «Balaxan Oil Company» met with the strikers. Representatives of the company started the dialogue with a humiliation of workers, and demanded that they immediately returned to work. However, seeing that the situation was heating up, they changed their tone and promised to look into the strikers' demands. Only then did the oil workers return to their work.

On September 28 in the Kazakh city of Zhanaozen, which gained fame in the largest oil and gas industry workers' strike and in which a peaceful rally was gunned down by police in December 2011, a new strike took place.
This time, the protest was started by staff at "Munay Field Service." Dozens of people boycotted the company, demanding payment of wage arrears and improved social conditions.
"Munay Field Service" has been suffering for several months. In the spring, attempts were made to lay off all employees, but after the intervention of the local authorities, layoffs were prevented from taking place, but then they started having problems with the payment of wages.
At the moment, the private company that provides services to oil facilities, supposedly can not afford to pay full salaries to its workers. Although the amount of work the company has, according to the strikers, is sufficient. The oil workers are also unhappy with the social benefits and claim that the company has not adhered to the collective agreement.

Recently, transport workers in Munich, Nuremberg and Augsburg have taken strike action to demand higher wages and better working conditions. According to the union, which organized the strike, such action was during the beer festival "Oktoberfest" and be very effective.
The festival is already under threat.

Pilots of American Airlines spent the night of September 21 at A rally at the International Airport in Chicago "O'Hara" to protest against cuts in salaries and bonuses in connection with the reorganization of the business.
The action was attended by about 200 pilots. They called for a merger with another U.S. carrier US Airways.
Earlier in the week, in the U.S., airlines cancelled hundreds of flights, citing the strike by pilots. The picketers in "O'Hara" rejected the accusations.
The third-largest U.S. carrier may cut up to 11,000 employees as part of the reorganization of its business. In addition, in September-October American Airlines plan to reduce flights by 1-2%.
In February, the company already announced a possible reduction of staff by 14 000 people in connection with bankruptcy.

A demonstration in Madrid on 25 September, attended by several thousand people turned into violent clashes with the police and protesters attempting to seize the parliament building.
People took to the streets to protest against the introduction of tough austerity measures. Protesters marched with slogans: "They have destroyed the country," "The government of traitors" and "Democracy Kidnapped", demanding a new election.
Clashes with police began when protesters who gathered at the Plaza de Neptune a hundred metres away from Parliament, decided to storm the building.
To disperse the protesters, the police used batons and rubber bullets. According to preliminary data, 65 people were injured. About forty protesters were arrested. As a result of the action, which the organizers called "Surround Congress", the MPs were blocked inside the parliament building for several hours.

Chinese factory Foxconn, which assembles the latest "iPhone" and "iPad” gadgets, had to be closed after a mass clash occurred between workers and security, reports NEWSru.com.
The publication said the brawl, which was attended by about two thousand employees of the plant, was put down by five thousand police officers. At three o'clock in the morning the police arrived on the scene, and only by nine in the morning was the raging crowd dispersed.
As a result, 40 people were taken to hospital, and the plant was closed due to a police investigation.
The first disturbing reports that workers at the plant in Taiyuan were on strike, which resulted in a mass brawl with security and police, have appeared in the Chinese microblogging service Weibo. Users published photos of the crowd of people at the plant and the armed police. The cause of the mass action by workers of the plant was when a security guard was beating one of their work colleagues.
We recall that the company Foxconn is a notorious employer whose employees receive meagre salaries, work too much overtime and commit suicide out of despair.
Events such as this have already occurred in Foxconn factories: in early June, employees almost completely smashed up a male dormitory.
The company Apple, whose products are manufactured by Foxconn, have often thought about refusing the services of this notorious firm. To solve the problem, Apple and Foxconn have agreed to share the cost of improving working conditions, but shortly after the deal, a factory worker committed suicide due to intolerable working conditions.
Foxconn employees regularly throw themselves out of the factory windows – and the company has even had to equip the building with anti-jump netting to prevent suicide.

Overview prepared by the Central Committee of the All-Union communist Party of Bolsheviks (CC AUCPB) on interaction with the workers and the trade union movement

The party, founded by the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung, was born in the flames of almost 50 years of revolutionary struggle against the Japanese, then grew and gained strength in the battle against the United States in the Fatherland Liberation War, after which it matured in the everyday work of building socialism, and has become a seasoned, proven, mature party which enjoys the absolute support and trust of the people. The history of the WPK is a chronicle of the revolutionary activities of President Kim Il Sung.
The origin of the party was the creation (on 17 October 1926) of the Down with Imperialism Union (DIU) by the very young Kim Il Sung out the young revolutionaries, his peers and associates. The young patriots, members of the DIU, had already declared their aim to overthrow imperialism, to achieve liberation and independence of Korea. The ultimate goal was the construction in Korea of socialism, communism, and the construction of world communism. In June 1930, the DIU set the course for the creation of the Communist Party of Korea in the unfolding anti-Japanese struggle and the creation of a United National Front.
The Communist Party of North Korea was proclaimed by the Great Leader on October 10, 1945. A year later it was renamed the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK). The General Secretary of the Party from its foundation until 1994 was the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung.
In 1997, on 8 October, a year after the death of the Great Leader, Kim Jong Il was elected Great Leader of the highest party post. His successor at this responsible position in the status of First Secretary of the WPK is currently working Comrade Kim Jong Un.
The emblem of the party since 1946 at the suggestion of the Great Leader is a steel sickle, hammer and brush, joined together, which means the class alliance of peasants and workers and their class layer - the intelligentsia. The ideology of the WPK is the communist ideology of Juche, which defines its basic principles - independence, autonomy, self-reliance. As pointed out in his speech, Comrade Kim Il Sung "We shall even more demonstrate the superiority of socialism in our country» (I IX Session of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK convened on 24.05.1990) - "The Juche idea is a truly communist idea," "the Marxist-Leninist Juche idea." The Juche idea was formulated into a coherent theory by Kim Jong Il. In the work of the "Workers' Party of Korea, the party of the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung" (10/02/1996), Kim Jong Il writes: "For our Party, the establishment of Juche principles has become an all the more important and topical issue because of the situation in which our country has found itself in and the historical features of our revolution "(the change of the political situation in the communist movement after the Twentieth Party Congress, due to the geographical position of the DPRK - between the Soviet Union and China, or the CPSU and the CPC – along with the difficulties of the Korean revolution, they we could only rely on their own strengths- ed.) .
In "Left-Wing Communism, an infantile disorder," Lenin wrote, "... The unity of the international tactics of the communist labour movement in all countries demands diversity, not the destruction of national differences, but the application of the fundamental principles of communism (Soviet power and the dictatorship of the proletariat), which would correctly modify these principles in certain particulars ways to correctly adapt and apply them to national and national-state differences "(PSS.t.41, p.77)
The 67-year Party traversed path shows that at the heart of the WPK were always place the interests of the people and the struggle for the constant improvement of their lives. The spiritual closeness and unity of the leader, the Party and the people transformed Korean society into a monolithic fortress, beyond any natural or storms or political provocations by imperialism. The people are looking to the future with enthusiasm and building their own prosperous socialist society, showing heroism in everything. The Armed Forces equipped with nuclear weapons under Kim Jong-Il, are a reliable protection for the peaceful labour of citizens. The Workers' Party of Korea as the leading and organizing force of society, taking responsibility for everything from the principle of self-reliance, in accordance with the realities of the country and the interests of the revolution can guide the people forward on the road of victories and glory.
The WPK, now under the leadership of Comrade Kim Jong-Un, continue the ideas and achievements of the cause of Great Leader Kim Il Sung and Great Leader Kim Jong Il.
On the day of the 67-th anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea, we congratulate the First Secretary of the WPK Kim Jong-Un, and through him, all the Korean people on the anniversary of birth of WPK – the Party of Comrade Kim Il Sung.
We wish the people of the DPRK under the leadership of their party, new victories in the development of the Korean revolution.

Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (CC AUCPB)

In the name of the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the WPK Kim Jong-Un to mark this significant date in Pyongyang a greeting message was sent by General Secretary of the AUCPB N.A.Andreeva
In Krasnoyarsk, in October 6, a march took place by the united left opposition "Anti-capitalism." About fifty people - activists from the AUCPB, VMGB, Komsomol (b), the International Union of Soviet officers, the party "Communists of Russia", "Stalinist bloc," the CPRF Komsomol and anarchists, and also non-party youth took part in a single column marching from the Yenisei embankment to the monument of Alexander Matrosov, where a rally took place. Apart from a few well-known older activists, the bulk of the protesters were young people under 30.
The main slogan of the event was: "No to the anti-social policies of the state! NO to anti-labour laws! NO to the police state, corrupt politicians, lobbyists and bureaucrats! NO to imposition of religious obscurantism! NO to insane neo-liberal reforms, destroying science, education and medicine. We do not want to pay for their economic crisis. Capitalism in Russia Means Death to Russia! ".
Leading the rally was the leader of the All-Union Young Guard of Bolsheviks, E. Fatyanova. Also, the floor was given to Bolshevik, and member of the Central Committee of the AUCPB V.N. Komarov. In general, the speakers at the rally explained speakers explained to the youth of the need for an organized struggle for their rights. Moreover, that the attacks by the ruling bourgeoisie on these rights are growing rapidly.
One of the goals of the event was to identify the active young people, ready to take part in the work of our organizations. Interaction with them will be continued outside public actions. With the successful "Anti-capitalism - 2012" march, an almost forgotten tradition may be revived in order to hold such actions every year.
Recently, on the website "Red TV" interesting material was published about the regional elections in the Czech Republic, beginning with the words "Total victory of the left ...". Our friend from the Czech Republic (Petr Khodil), who has a wealth of experience in party and public work since the 1950s, sent to us, the AUCPB, his own opinion on this material with the words: "I consider it my duty to add something." The material of the Czech comrades, taken in conjunction with the published material in "Red TV", gives a fuller, brighter and objective view of the political developments in the Czech Republic, allowing us to look at them through the eyes of a wise by experience communist - Bolshevik.
Below we publish the first original material from "Red TV", and then the commentary by the Czech communist. On the author's request to transfer the material to "Red TV" we, the AUCPB have fulfilled that request.
“Total victory of the left! The candidates of the Communist Party of Czech and Moravia to the Senate, have the largest number of seats in the regional government for the Communists since 2000.
The communists are generally regarded as the winners of the regional elections, although the Social Democrats won the most votes. In contrast, the Social Democrats, who have lost 75 regional seats, the Communist Party of Czech and Moravia (KSČM) won 68 seats more than the last regional elections in 2008.
The elections alone become a huge victory for the left, and at the same time, the defeat of the right. There was also a fairly small voter turnout: 36.9%. The Civic Democratic Party (CDP) is defeated, having lost 78 seats, the right alliance STAN and TOP 09, who did not exist in the 2008 election, won 37 seats. The People's Party won a total of five seats more. In nine regions, the Social Democrats (CSDP) won, the KSČM won in two, the Civic Democratic Party (CDS) won in only one region (Pilsen), and in the Liberec district a group called "Mayors for Liberec region won."
"I am pleased that the KSČM has confirmed its overall growth," said Vojtech Filip, chairman of the Central Committee of the KSČM. He is satisfied with the success of the Communist candidates among the largest than ever range of political parties and movements involved the defeat of socialism in the elections to the regional political offices.
"Success on such a large scale is a measure of achievement in the status of the KSČM as a modern left-wing party, with experts in the right places, able to resist corruption in the Czech Republic and to solve the problems of the Czech Republic," - he said. He believes that the recent representation of the KSČM in the regional governments of Moravia-Silesia and Karlovy Vary, which was appreciated by voters, contributed to the growth in the overall results.
"Our strategy is clear: to outline a coalition and maintain the principles of proportional representation" - Vojtech Filip replied to a question about agreements after the election.
Chairman of the Social Democratic Party, Bohuslav Sobotka on Saturday evening, told reporters that in relation to a coalition, the closest to the CSDP are the communists and members of the People's Party. On Sunday on a television show, he repeated, "I can not imagine any cooperation with the KSČM." The CSDP won the overall vote of 23.6% of voters, with KSČM in second place with 20.4%. As for the number of seats for a total of 182, which means that the largest number of representatives from the KSČM first regional elections in 2000. Third place belongs to the CDP with 12.3%, the People's Party (albeit under different associations) claims to have 9.9% of the vote and TOP 09 / STAN - 6,6%. No other party was able to exceed 5% on a national level.
The first round of elections to the Senate (upper house of parliament), also witnessed a historic success. In total, out of 27 electoral districts, 12 candidates of the KSČM passed thought to the second round, and four of them were in first place. Among them up to the present day, Jiri Doleys, member of Parliament and Deputy Chairman of the KSČM, has the right to sit in Prague.
At present, in the Czech Senate, are two senators from the KSČM. To create a faction in the Senate, it is necessary to have at least five seats. The Czech Senate now has the most leftist seats. Just before the second round of Senate elections (to be held October 19 and 20) it is clear that the left have increased their majority, which is politically very important."

Comment by Czech Communist-Bolshevik Petr Khodil: "Unfortunately, this is not a victory of the communists! Very few voters took part in the election, only 36.9%! The «KSČM» (Communist Party of Czech and Moravia) is not party of true communists, Marxists - Leninists! This is an opportunist, revisionist, social-democratic party. The leaders of the party reject the idea of overthrow of capitalism through revolution, do not recognize and reject the period of our socialist construction (especially in the fifties), and on the contrary, always apologizing to "the people" for this time. They condemn and do not recognize even the role of Comrade. Gottwald and present themselves as ardent anti-Stalinists. They actively support our membership to the European Union, are seeking more opportunities to expand their participation and involvement of their party in the governing of the bourgeois state. After these "successful" elections, they nourish the hope to get at least one ministerial seat, (at least a seat of deputy minister of any Ministry). In January of next year, we will have (for the first time) to choose a new president. It is possible that they will even dare to put forward a "communist" candidate. He will not be President, of course, as they will not allow it. But even if he was selected, this would lead to anything good happening. After all, we remember that not so long ago in Moldova, there was also a president-“communist”(?). The average age of members of the Communist Party of Czech and Moravia is 75 years old! For nearly 30 years, the party has not carried out any form of political education, education, and exhibits nearly negligible activity. Members of the party in the majority do not really understand what is happening and at the election vote in a disciplined way, but only by inertia, for the "communists."
The fact that this time at the elections, the "communists" have as many votes is only a manifestation of that our politically illiterate, without class consciousness people with petty bourgeois thinking, express their dissatisfaction, but not knowing who the real communists are. But even these people are already fed up, and starting to protest and express their grievances against the government, with its implementation of any reform and dissatisfaction with the social and political situation in the country.
Unfortunately no one, not our "communist" party, nor our toothless and anti-communist, classless "democratic" unions do not want to say clearly and openly to the people, and explain that the only right decision, and the way out is the elimination of capitalism and the establishment of socialism again. It is possible that our current, bourgeois coalition, right-wing government will not survive and will soon fall and in his place the Social Democratic opposition will settle in to power (with the support of our democratic, pro-European "communists"). Unfortunately, again, few realize that in this case there is nothing to be happy about, because not better will come from this.
I have not "registered" to "Red - TV" and not know anyone to hand this to them, but could you somehow pass my current "work" over to them? I understand that Red-TV is not Bolshevik, but still a leftist media channel, and I think that it has a great deal of influence and deserves to get this addition, passed to them through the AUCPB, information regarding the questionable victory of our "communists" in the latest election in the Czech Republic?"

With Bolshevik greetings. Petr Khodil

According to media reports

In the midst of the election campaign, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has unexpectedly discovered salary arrears for workers amounting to $ 1.5 billion US dollars, and has demanded the government repay it. It is clear that as soon as the elections are held, our rulers will immediately forget about the people of Ukraine. However, they do not think about the people now either and the entire presidential “concern” is just for effect. Around one billion hryvnia is being spent on installing video cameras voting booths during the elections. If they were concerned about the people, the money would be spent on paying off workers’ wage arrears.

More than 70 schools have been closed down this year in Ukraine. In all, over the past 2 years 300 schools have been closed down. And President Yanukovych called those people who opposed the closure of rural schools, provocateurs.

One in four citizens of Ukraine are living below the poverty line. But by European standards, 80% of the population live (or rather, try to survive) below the poverty line today. Such data are cited by the Institute of Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NAN), headed by Academician Ella Libanova (note, the institution is completely official).

In 2011, ten thousand people in Ukraine committed suicide. Clearly, “because of a good life."

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