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.

Friday, 28 September 2012





or "Bolotnik” sit-and-chats

After a turbulent, one can say – even frenzied activity, the "Bolotniks" at the latter part of last year and the first half of this year, the last two months of the summer has been unusually quiet, "yes - quiet and smooth." But this silence – is only apparent, as the "Bolotniks" evaluate the results of the "distance travelled", plan strategy and tactics of the struggle. And for us, communists, Bolsheviks, the time has passed for the "moment of truth" - understanding - who's who, who really wants what and what the "Bolotniks’” political slogans actually stand for." If this is not done now, then afterwards even our "political blindness" during the start of the perestroika times will seem just like an innocent little mistake.
Last weekend (at time of writing), prominent activists of the "Bolotonik" opposition gathered in a boarding house near Leningrad, where they held a "White Forum." Co-Chair of RPR-Parnassus Boris Nemtsov, State Duma deputy from the "Fair Russia" Ilya Ponomarev, head of the supervisory board of the movement "Russky" Alexander Belov and others discussed the key issues of strategy and tactics of their "autumn offensive."
The main issues addressed:
1. Is it necessary to continue the active street activities or is it time to move on to more serious party work and consider participating in the next election? Boris Nemtsov, declared that "the street protests are the only way to change the system in general." "The bringing of millions of people onto the streets will lead to the courts, the prosecutors, the Ministry of Interior, deputies waving their hands goodbye to the rogues and thieves" - said Nemtsov. After this, "we need to force Putin to the round table," Nemtsov said. In a similar vein, spoke former leader of the Movement Against Illegal Immigration, nationalist Alexander Belov, "For change, we need complete destabilization. Russia should learn from the experience of Egypt, Tunisia and Libya." The leader of "Democratic Choice" Vladimir Milov said that "we have to admit that Putin is a strong politician, able to talk to voters, and he won the fight." Now, Milov is certain that they have to work on the mistakes made, and instead of rallies and protests, they should begin serious preparation for the elections. "We say that we are the power, but do not know which way to get to it," - said Ilya Ponomarev. According to him, if the goal is to win the election, "it is necessary to disperse immediately and not support Pussy Riot”. Otherwise, the inevitable marginalization - and expect no more than 10-15 percent of support for the "Bolotniks".

2. The first day of the forum ended with a debate on the need to participate in the Coordination Council of the protest action, and elections to be held in autumn 2012. It will consist of 45 people. 30 of them will be elected by direct vote, and another five people will be there from the three "curiae" - liberals, leftists and nationalists. Opponents of the idea of elections to the Coordinating Council were representative of the "Democratic Choice" Vladimir Milov and Igor Drandin and the leader of the St. Petersburg "Another Russia" Andrei Dmitriev. Proponents of the Coordinating Council were Ponomariov and one of the leaders of the December 5 Party, Bilunov who gave a lengthy explanation that this structure compensates for "lack of legitimacy" of the leaders of the opposition and will serve as the "glue" between the government and the general opposition. They reminded people that not everyone is happy with the activities of the organizing committee meetings "For Fair Elections", as it is unclear according to what criteria it included people. Nationalist Belov formulated the need for a structure more effectively. This body, according to Belov, will receive from the voters the right to negotiate with the government and "accept the surrender" of the regime. As a result, the debate by a narrow margin was won by proponents of the Coordinating Council. 53 people have voted in favour, and 44 voted against.

What can one say about the views expressed at the "White Forum"? What will the “Bolotniks” choose - street fighting, or the "parliamentary" way? The first way is the way of the "social ram", the way of the organized minority, presented as the "people", and its views as the "voice of the people - the voice of God." How to mobilize this minority? Ideologists of "colour revolutions" say - the success of these revolutions is in "making chaos the norm." The second way has the real appeal of the masses, of their minds, to their real social and political interests. What can the “Boloniks” offer here? They cry out heart-rending slogans of "Down with Putin! This is a enemy, a monster, worse - a former KGB agent"! The person from the people will ask, "Well, how is Nemtsov and Grigory Yavlinsky any better then Putin, the embodiment of the "wicked" 1990-s? We know who they are? Do you not remember? Or hardened liberal Medvedev, his cowardice that ensured the victory of Americans in Libya, killing hero Gaddafi's"? Why do you "Bolotniks", run away from social problems? Why do you not say a word about what happens after your "victory"? You exalt Gene Sharp, the ideologist of non-violent struggle. But he says: "When you start your fight, you in advance are to be very clear about the result and exactly what change you want to achieve. You should immediately be aware of what it is you want in the end, because it's very easy to get instead of a change of a corrupt regime, an authoritarian corrupt military dictatorship in place." It turns out that you, the "Bolotniks" are playing "in the dark", not telling people what you really want to achieve? It is highly unlikely that the "parliamentary road" will lead you to victory.
About the "waverings" on the issue of the Coordinating Council about the protest action. "Who are you? And how did you turn up at the head of popular protest?" Yes, of course, perfectly legitimate questions. With the Coordinating Council, the "Bolotniks" want to "legalize themselves", to present themselves as "chosen by the people", and declare in the end, "and we are the power," "accept the surrender of the regime." The proposed scheme of elections is reminiscent of the election rules to the Czarist State Duma. And this is in the 21st century!
So how should we, communists, Bolsheviks, treat the "Bolotniks’" activity and the "Bolotniks’" slogans? First of all, we must understand that there is a struggle between two bourgeois, capitalist groups. One group, the Putin group, leans towards the national bourgeoisie, “playing” national-patriotic games with the people. And the other group, the "Bolotnik" group, is openly cosmopolitan, pro-American, seeking to make Russia a "second America" – or more precisely, a U.S. colony. Both are equally hostile to the struggle for the true interests of the working people, and both of them - ferocious enemies of the Communists.
Our task is to expose the true face of the "Bolotniks" to the masses and to sweep away these pseudo-fighters with a filthy broom for the people's interests, no matter what clothes they may be wearing, and no matter how sweet or luring their slogans may be.


On July 12, the Moldovan parliament voted to ban communist symbols. The country's ruling Alliance for European Integration (AEI) condemned the crimes of the communist regime in the Soviet period, and banned the use of Communist symbols in the country.
The initiative, "on the condemnation of crimes of the totalitarian communist regime in the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic" was made the Liberal Party’s Mihai Ghimpu. MPs from the party in parliament supported their allies in the Alliance for European Integration: MPs of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova Vlad Filat (Prime Minister of Moldova) and the Democratic Party of Moldova Marian Lupu (Speaker of Parliament).
Members of the Communist Party (the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova), led by Vladimir Voronin could not resist the anti-communists. In his speech, Voronin said that the Communist Party 10 years ago, "condemned the excesses of Stalinism and the Soviet system" and drew the attention of those of the majority of the fact that "a hot head can cause more harm than good."
The Moldovan bourgeois nationalist elite of this former Soviet republic has been infected with anti-communist, anti-Russian and pro-Romanian disease for many years (more than twenty years since the proclamation of "independence" on 08/27/1991). And these sentiments are openly anti-Moldavan in character.
M. Ghimpu stands for joining Moldova with Romania, who from September 2009 to the end of December 2010 was acting president. In 2010, M. Ghimpu signed a decree recognizing June 28 (06/28/1940, as the day of the return of Bessarabia and Moldavia in the USSR) "the day of Soviet occupation." The decree was later ruled unconstitutional. Under the leadership of his nephew Ghimpu Chirtoaca, mayor of the capital, in Chisinau a memorial stone was set up symbolizing the "Soviet occupation."
M. Ghimpu declared himself a "Romanian" and a "unionist" (i.e., in favour of unification of Moldavia with Romania, and, respectively, for the actual liquidation of the independence of Moldavia). He refused to go to Moscow to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Victory. Under him, one of the streets in the suburbs of Chisinau was named after an ally of Nazi Germany, the Romanian dictator Ion Antonescu. And these anti-Communists and Russophobes pro-Romanian (i.e. anti-Moldavski) minded politicians in the parliament of Moldova, 53 (of 101 members of parliament) voted in favour of a ban on communist symbols.
Moldova joined the ranks with anti-pro-American regimes in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia (to match them and the orange-nationalist power of Ukraine, during the Yushchenko-Tymoshenko period, now these politicians within the United Opposition, "Freedom" of Tyahnybok, slding ever more to the right of "Udar" of Klitschko are eager to enter the Ukrainian Parliament), the ban communist symbols glorifying the "exploits" of the fascists-SS veterans, openly conducting an anti-Russian policy.
However, not everybody in Moldavia supported the decision.
The governor (head) of Gagauzia, Formuzal proposed a ban on unionist marches. And leaders like M. Ghimpu proposed to put them in prison for "twenty years", then "there will be far fewer conversations on the elimination of Moldova." In July and August, residents Cahul and Balti thwarted provocative actions by the unionists.
It should be noted that the situation in the Moldovan society is heating up. Fighting erupted between supporters of unification of Moldova with Romania (Unionists) and the pro-Russian forces.
It is clear that the pro-Romanian sentiment in society is being incited from the outside, especially from Romania, whose President Traian Basescu is an open advocate of a "Great Romania", which includes Romania, Moldavia and parts of Ukraine.
For many years (1990-2006) in Moldova the "History of Romanian" was taught (including during the period of the party of Communists and Voronin - from April 2001 to September 2009), which states that the Romanian army with Wehrmacht "liberated" Bessarabia and northern Bukovina, which had been "occupied" by Soviet troops. Then, on the advice of European advisors, they began to teach the so-called "Integrated history." Now, during the reign of the right-wing alliance, from September once again they decided to teach in schools, "the history of Romania." The governor of Gagauzia (Gagauz is one of the main strongholds of the Russian language in Moldova), in reply to this said that the educational institutions of the autonomous territorial unit will teach the history of their own country, the history of Moldova. Prime Minister Vladimir Filat, in late July, was forced to dismiss the minister of education, of his fellow party member M. Sleahtitchi who openly supported the Romanization. The new Minister of Education was the Maya Sandhu, non-party, two years before that served as adviser to the executive director of the World Bank in Washington. With this in mind, it is clear that the pro-Romanian education policy will hardly undergo fundamental changes.
It should be noted that the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova is a communist party in name only. This is a typical social-democratic party, such as our CP of Ukraine or the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (taking into consideration, of course, national identity). This is, in particular is bore witness by what Voronin said in condemning Stalinism. Voronin, apparently "forgot" that it was under Stalin that Bessarabia was returned to Moldavia and that Moldava received the status of a Soviet Republic, that it was under Stalin during the acute class struggle the remnants of the bourgeois-landlord exploiting elements was put an end to, but now has blossomed to full flower across all the republics of the former Soviet Union, including Moldava. In Soviet times, Moldavia was flourishing republic, a true garden of the Soviet Union. But now it is the poorest country in Europe, recognized as such by the World Bank in 2005, and in Moldova reigns mass unemployment. According to conservative estimates, at least 25% of the population are forced to work abroad. In "independent" bourgeois Moldova, there is no work for the workers.


The "Great Romania" project fits perfectly into the strategy of American imperialism to gain world domination, to capture the rich natural resources of Russia and its eventual subjugation of the world to Zionist capital. This is confirmed by the U.S. military plans to deploy NATO-missile defence systems in Romania and the Black Sea, systems aimed specifically against Russia. For this project and the Romanization of Moldova is being implemented, implanted and introduced to the masses, especially young people, using anti-communist anti-Russian neo-fascist ideology.
And in this country the most important task facing all genuine patriots of Moldova, is the task to oppose the anti-moldavian elements and counter these anti-communist anti-Russian plans. The task is to prevent the absorption of Moldova into Romania and prevent the transformation of the Moldovan people in a blind tool in the hands of the American-Zionist maniacs.

A. Mayevsky, Secretary of the CC AUCPB


On September 9, the people of the DPRK celebrate the 64th anniversary since the founding of their very own sovereign and independent socialist state. On this day in 1948 at the 1st session of the Supreme People's Assembly, the founding of the DPRK was proclaimed. Comrade Kim Il Sung was elected President of the DPRK and Chairman of the Ministerial Cabinet. From that day, the Great Leader tirelessly supervised the building of socialism in the first socialist state in Northeast Asia. Kim Il Sung was a father of the nation for the Koreans and a great commander, under whom Korea through off her half-century Japanese colonial rule in 1945, and emerged victorious in the Fatherland Liberation War (1950-1953) against the most dangerous imperialist predator - the United States far exceeding the DPRK not only in the material sense, but also in supplying its military armada with the latest technology of modern warfare. Moreover, in the war against the DPRK were engaged in part and the armed forces of the United States’ satellites. The greatest patriotism of Koreans who fought for their newly-found freedom and independence and belief in their Great Leader and Commander became the basis of unprecedented victory of a small country against the powerful United States. A significant factor in the victory of the DPRK over the armed to the teeth aggressor was also the socialist system as enshrined in the DPRK.
Every person in the DPRK became an individual human, and not a slave like they were under the Japanese. They became the creators, active builders of a happy future for their children, great patriots of their homeland. People infinitely believed Kim Il Sung, and were ready to perform any task set by the leader. Society was closely united around the Party and the Leader, the first secretary who was also a great leader.
The DPRK, despite its small size and lack of strong energy resources (oil on its territory has recently been found), plays an important geopolitical role in the lives of not only this region of the world, but also in the general life of the human community. The possession of nuclear weapons, due to the correct nuclear policy of Great Kim Jong Il, has made the DPRK inaccessible to a nuclear threat from the U.S., which from the time of the founding of the DPRK have been leading an economic blockade against the state, trying to, if not winning, then starving the people of country due to rather poor availability of land. The nature of the DPRK is beautiful. Mountains, rushing waterfalls FROM them, fabulous valleys, exotic flowers and trees - all this is fascinating to man, who turned out in the country of fabulous dreams, which is rightly called the Land of Morning Calm. But the presence of only 20% of area suitable for farming creates difficulties in the supply of food to the population. But in this matter, the Koreans found a wise decision: they learned to cultivate potatoes and get two crops a year, breed goat herds, which find food perfectly on the slopes of mountains and hills. Under Great Kim Jong Il powerful reconstruction of the entire area of arable land took place, which greatly increased the yield of crops. Korean scientists have successfully been working on breeding new varieties of high yielding crops for farming.
In every agricultural cooperative there are fish ponds for use by the local population, factories for growing the fry of valuable species of commercial fish and whole fish farms that use modern systems of breeding valuable fish species.
In the DPRK, the whole policy of the state is aimed at improving the lives of every citizen of the Republic. Even before birth, a young woman’s life is under the supervision of highly qualified doctors, and after the birth, the state assumes all the costs of education and health of the young citizen. Under the Great Leader a modern system was set up providing medical care to the population regardless of the distance from the capital area - Pyongyang. This work was improved significantly under Kim Jong Il with the latest achievements of medical diagnosis using computer technology.
Virtually the entire pre-school population of Koreans are fully provided for the state, being in child care centres, for which the parents do not make any payment. Pupils are provided with free school uniforms and school meals along with free textbooks. All students receive state Fellowships and no fees! They also receive a student uniform and are provided with free meals during their stay within the walls of the university.
Every man is surrounded by the care and attention of the state, as the main wealth of the DPRK are the people. Kim Il Sung always said and taught party officials that "we must worship the people like a God." In reality, this was expressed in his deep attention and care about life and its improvement for everyone. The DPRK is a state for the people, for those who work and create for he people’s good - material or spiritual. Work is always in he favour of the Koreans. Young people are seriously involved in sports and won gold medals in international competitions, and other types of sports competitions. Many winners of international school and student competitions. The people love and are proud of their country, seeking with their work to make it even more beautiful and powerful.
The Korean People's Army are the Armed Forces of the glorious DPRK, vigilantly guarding the borders and taking an active part in the peaceful construction. Their motto is "The party said – so let us do it!" Today, the DPRK is a real and very serious deterrent to the U.S. hawks who are anxious to start a new world war, in which there will be NO WINNERS. The nuclear equipment of the Armed Forces of the DPRK do not allow the U.S. to take the last dangerous move that will blow up planet Earth.
Today at the helm the ship of the DPRK is the safe hands of Kim Jong-Un - successor of the great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung and the great leader Comrade Kim Jong Il.
On the anniversary of the founding of the DPRK, we congratulate the hardworking and heroic people of the DPRK and its leadership on the 64th anniversary of their Socialist Motherland. We wish happiness and prosperity to all the citizens of this great socialist country of Morning Calm.

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


To the First Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea
First Chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission
Supreme Commander of the Korean Peoples Army
Marshal of the DPRK
Comrade Kim Jong Un

Pyongyang, DPRK

Dear Comrade Kim Jong Un!
On behalf of the Central Committee of the AUCPB and myself, I cordially congratulate you and through you, to the leadership of the country and the heroic Korean people on the 64th anniversary of the Korean People's Democratic Republic. Created by the great leader and great military leader Comrade Kim Il Sung, as a result of Korea's liberation from Japanese colonial rule, Korea was the first socialist state in the North-East Asia, and continues this route chosen 64 years ago to the present day, holding high the banner of the Juche idea and adopting the policy of Songun. The monolithic unity of the leader, the Party, army and people provides an unprecedented strength of the state in a fierce economic blockade and constant military and ideological provocations against the DPRK by the U.S. and its satellites.
The people are comfortably and confidently working with enthusiasm advancing the stage in its upward movement to the peak of a prosperous socialist state without relying on someone's help or support, and have made great strides in economic development on their own. Continuity of government and the political leadership is the key strength of the state and progress in its development.
Today, the DPRK equipped with nuclear weapons is a powerful deterrent against attempts at igniting the fire of nuclear war by world imperialism in northeast Asia.
We wish the hardworking and heroic people of the DPRK ever more success in accomplishing the tasks set before them by the PARTY in socialist construction in the growth of the material well-being of every citizen.
Long live the DPRK - a country of strong and free people, the stronghold of peace in Northeast Asia!
Long live the DPRK's top leadership in the face of the successor of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung and the great leader Comrade Kim Jong Il - the country's leader Kim Jong-un!
Long live the anti-imperialist struggle of the peoples of the world against imperialism!
General Secretary of the AUCPB
Statement by the Central Committee of the AUCPB regarding the events in Syria

The ALL-UNION COMMUNIST PARTY OF BOLSHEVIKS fully supported, supports and will support the just struggle of the Syrian people against the American invaders and criminals unleashing terror in Syria on U.S. funds. We deeply despise the politics of robbery by the evil empire - the U.S., trying to impose on the world their American way of life - the power of money, banditry, immorality, violation of human values, corrupting the youth, which has no future. WE fully support the wise policy of President Assad of Syria in defending the sovereignty his country and the freedom of his people against the American humanoid animals, stupidly carrying out instructions from the U.S. government, buying them with long devalued green backs. The U.S. is flying into an abyss! And no matter what they do, the collapse of this empire of enemies of humanity is inevitable. So the sooner the U.S. meets with fair punishment – the better!
SYRIA - WE are with YOU!
General Secretary of the AUCPB
September 2, 2012

In the city of Pyatigorsk on August 31, 2012 at the monument to Grigory Andzhievsky - the first Chairman of the Sovdep of Pyatigorsk and Secretary of the Pyatigorsk Bolshevik organization, the Bolsheviks placed a basket of flowers with a scarlet ribbon: to "Grigory Grigoriyevich Andzhievsky." Also just been updated were the inscriptions and red stars on the monument in the area of the execution of Andzhievsky in the town of Kazach and at the foot of the the grave of Andzhievsky in the town of Mashuk including a commemorative plaque placed on the monument to Andzhievsky in August.
The AUCPB standard was set up and lowered red flags at the monument of comrade Andzhievsky. On this day were distributed newspapers: "Hammer and Sickle" and "Workers' And Peasants Truth", together with AUCPB leaflets: "The revival of Bolshevism in the USSR," "Where the Bolotnik opposition is leading people"”. In front of the assembled representatives of the AUCPB party organizations, N.A. Degtyarenko. - Member of the Central Committee of the AUCPB made a speech talking about the revolutionary activities and the tragic death of Comrade Andzhievsky on August 31, 1919, in the town of Kazach at the hands of the White Guards.
Eternal Glory and Memory to Bolshevik Comrade Grigory Grigoryevich Andzhievsky!
Glory and Memory to Bolsheviks who died in the struggle for socialism, for Soviet Power?
Ahead lies a new socialist revolution!



Solidarity actions with Primorsky dockers
On August 10 in several Russian cities, solidarity actions took place with the trade union of dockers' of “Vostochny Port” and its leader Leonid Tikhonov. In the city of Nakhodka (Primorsky Krai) in the morning a picket was held in front of the administration building of "Vostochny Port". About 100 people took part. In the hands of the protesters were placards: "No repression of the workers' organizations", "Cohesive unions - strong society," "Do Not Cry – Just Organize!", and others.
Two actions in solidarity with the dockers were held in Moscow – in front of the office of LLC "Management Port Company" (the owner of Vostochny Port) and the government representation of the Primorsky Krai Administration of the Government of Russia. On the same day in Vladivostok a solidarity action was held in the form of meetings of replacement crews of dockers-machine operators. The dockers at ports Poset (Primorye), Busan (Khabarovsk Krai), Archangel, St. Petersburg, Vysotsk (Leningrad region), Novorossiysk and Tuapse (Krasnodar region) at noon sounded out horns, whistles and signals of handling equipment, expressing their solidarity with trade unionists of Vostochny port. In addition, in solidarity with their Russian counterparts, on August 9-10 in the stevedoring companies at the ports of Tallinn, Muuga and Paldiski Palssaare held union meetings.


Captains of Leningrad aquabuses take strike action
The captains of the river "minibuses" in Leningrad again have wage arrears, and team members made to do overtime and manage emergency boats, even going without food. Therefore they took strike action.
Since early summer, captains and sailors have received only wage advances of 3000 rubles. Now they have been offered to sign new labour contracts for which their salary is halved, and the company will ready to pay earnings only those employees who signed the document.
Former workers of "AMUR" score a victory by way of hunger strike
Former car factory workers "Automobiles and Motors of the Urals" (CJSC "AMUR"), located in Novouralsk, Sverdlovsk region, announced an indefinite hunger strike for as long as the company does not pay off their wage debt of 34 million rubles.
On the fact of non-payment, investigators have opened a criminal case. According to the protesters, the chief executive of the plant continues to receive a regular salary of 280 rubles per month.
Within days, the starving workers were paid all the arrears. The prosecutor's office will follow up the repayment of wage arrears to the workers of “AMUR" who did not participate in the protest.

Builders began strike action on Russky Island in Vladivostok
A builders strike at the Far Eastern University took place on Russky island. Disgruntled workers declared that at the end of the month they received only basic salary, which is one third of the total, according to PrimaMedia.
"Today they listed me 7500 rubles - said Tatiana Shokhin an employee at the company "Krocus"- the contractor. - This is the basic of my salary, along with the Far East premium. When we get a job, we were promised that there will be a bonus too, which totals to about 22 thousand rubles. In the wage department, they said that the administration of JSC "Krocus" ordered that all employees were to be given just their basic salary. We are very unhappy and do not know what to expect next."


Workers at the Shevchenko plant strike again
About 80 people gathered on August 21 at the walls of the Kharkov based Shevchenko plant (Ukraine). The demands of the workers were the same as before – payment of salary arrears.
As the chairman of the trade union committee of the plant Victor Vinnikov said, each employee plant is owed 17 to 30 thousand hryvnia. Before the strike "shevchenkovtsy" workers got paid for July. But they still decided to go to the protest.
As the correspondent media group "Objective", people took to the road - October Revolution street. A police cordon was lined up along the road to stop the factory workers blocking the street
Oil workers block a highway in Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan oil workers of Gobustan management of exploratory drilling recently went on strike. The oil workers blocked a main section of the Baku - Gazakh highway about 80 kilometers west of Baku, writes portal "Oil of Russia".
According to the newspaper, the protest of the oil workers was associated with the closure of their management office and the layoff of all employees.
Victory striking bridge builders in Turkmenistan
On the 10th (according to others, the 11th) of August in Lebap (Turkmenistan) a strike took place by construction workers of a road bridge over the Amu Darya, who for three months have not received any wages.
Managers of Atamurat where the Atamurat-Kerkichi bridge is under construction, tried persuasion, promises and threats to force the workers to return to work. But the builders did not yield, and as a result of a seven-day strike, they were fully paid all arrears of wages.
Road bridge over the Amu Darya is being built by Ukrainian LLC Road Construction "Altcom" firm, commissioned by the state concern "Turkmenavtoyollary." Construction work began in September 2009.

South Korean auto industry is on strike
For over the past two months, South Korea's automobile workers have been struggling with their employers, demanding higher wages and the elimination of night shifts, which, in their opinion, are too dangerous.
In June, mass strikes, which were attended by about 80,000 people, began in the largest Korean factories «Kia» and «Hyundai». Workers of «General Motors Korea» are ready to strike. Since early July, along with their colleagues in the car industry, factory workers at «Kumho» Gwangju producing tires continued to strike.
On August 16 a general strike was launched: it began with workers at the plant in Gwangju, and then joined by workers at the plant in Coxon. This action followed by an incomplete month long strike, which was attended by about 3100 workers.
Staff NATO military base in Turkey threaten strike action
Recently, 1,200 Turkish workers at the NATO military base of Incirlik voted in favour of strike action, according to Turkish media.
The decision to go on strike was taken by the Armed Forces Union of Turkey. Its leader Bayram Bosa in an interview with the newspaper "Svyezda" said that preliminary work in connection with the strike had already begun.
"If we start strike action, the military base will be paralyzed," - said Bosa, adding that at the base in "Incirlik" all the work is carried out by Turks.
According to press reports, the cause of the strike is due to a violation by U.S. companies of a point in the work contract on payment of additional bonuses due to the economic crisis.

Police bullets do not stop striking miners of South Africa
About three thousand striking workers of the "Marikan" mine demanding a threefold increase their earnings, armed with machetes and sticks, blocked the entrance to the mine. The police opened fire, killing 36 people and wounding more than 70, but that did not dampen the determination of the miners to seek justice. Shortly after the execution, the administration of "Marican" renounced the threat of dismissal and started negotiations with the strikers.
On August 22, over a thousand miners at the "Royal Bafokeng" mine near Rustenberg stopped work and gathered at the main entrance to the mine and demanded negotiations with management. They also demanded a threefold increase in wages, and soon similar requirements were put put forth by «Thembelani»mine workers, expressing a willingness to strike.

CC AUCPB department for cooperation
with workers and the trade union movement



On September 15 in Moscow, another "March of the Millions" took place. Since this was the third event under the title - it is logical above all to speak of "the dynamics of the process," the evolution of the "March of the Millions."
About the size and composition of the participants. Tthe rally, according to the Interior Ministry, was attended by some 14,000 people. One of those leading rally Ilya Yashin from the stage said that "at least 100,000" demonstrators had gathered on Prospect Sakharov, but most of the journalists were skeptical of such an assessment. "Novaya Gazeta" estimated number to be around 20-30 thousand, and other media gave similar estimates. That is to say of course, the number of people at this march was smaller than previous ones. Participants came to the meeting area in two separate columns, which could be described as the "liberal" = "Bolotniks" column and the "leftist" column, where the communists also were. Inside the columns were also party group and movements, in particular – a large number of students and lecturers with their "professional" slogans, representatives of nationalist organizations and supporters of the punk band Pussy Riot.
At the meeting, the vast majority of the speakers were members of the same order of the already frayed deck "Bolotniks opposition": Alexey Navalny and Gennady Gudkov, Dmitry Gudkov, Ilya Ponomarev, Boris Nemtsov, Garry Kasparov, Alexander "Belov" Potkin, Sergei Udaltsov, and others, and the slogans and appeals were not original either: "Down with Putin", "give us new, honest elections." However, there was also a new one: "Grey aphids – get out of the Kremlin!". The rally was mainly devoted to the case of Gennady Gudkov, who was earlier stripped of his parliamentary mandate, the "Bolotnik cause" and raising money for the needs of the opposition - "give us money, as much as you can", towards the upcoming elections, towards "political prisoners", towards "Rospil" and "Rosuznik" etc. Here, obviously this was to show how badly all of us are doing without U.S. grants, and this is what Putin has brought the country to. Sergei Udaltsov repeatedly called on people to set up tents and occupy in “Maidan-style”, but that turned out to be "merely a voice crying out in the wilderness."
How did the "experts" judge the rally and what did they see as important? Here are some quotes: "We are witnessing a profound moral defeat of the opposition leaders. They do not offer any content, but only protest for the sake of protest." Another "expert" rated the third "March" as a personal failure of the opposition leaders, who "failed to create the impression of popular support of the protest movement," their "objectives are still not clear ... and this is the tragedy of the main opposition leaders."
In general, both the "experts" say different words for the same thing - the leaders of the “Bolotniks" are leading from the start, a "covered", masked struggle against another bourgeois faction, headed by Putin, and they are essentially" not revealing their cards "of their true purpose and at every march this becomes clearer and deters potential supporters away from them.
What about the behaviour of the representatives of the "leftist column," which in numbers, though it may be, were fewer than the "Bolotniks", but not by many. How did the left "express" themselves at the rally? Oh, nothing much really! With their quiet, toothless behaviour they transformed themselves at the rally into "sixes", "bought" the "small things" - and "access" to the microphone by two representatives of the pro-Zyuganov and anti-Zyuganov wing of the communists (CPRF) with two or three of the same toothless points in the social resolution. But with their presence at the meeting, the left were provided the opportunity to declare - "Here we are in this together, the liberals and the left." It would be handy to remind these "pseudo-communists" about the 1920-30-s in Germany, when German communists were not afraid to fight, and (literally) scatter the rallies where fascist forces had gathered. What was the point then of the recent gathering of the "Second Forum of the Left" sagely discussing plans for future activities of the communist opposition?
What did the Bolsheviks do at the rally? Primarily, they worked with the masses of the adherents of the Liberals, giving them leaflets with our "brand" slogan "Russia - without the bourgeois!". It turned out that most liberals had not even thought about the question - well, we’ll "run" Putin out of office but who will be replacing him? Those who managed to answer this question said in the vast majority of cases that after Putin – Everything will be fine! The prospects are looking good!
What lessons should the communists learn from this third "March of the Millions"? Such rallies for the communists should be seen as a field of a fierce uncompromising struggle against the liberals and their exposure to the masses. Only in this can these meetings be useful!
Go to rallies of the enemies - to get to know them!


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