Join the Struggle: CPGB-ML


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Delivered a few days before the London Riots, Ranjeet Brar touches on the themes of the world capitalist crisis, of the poverty and hopelessness that capitalism offers young people in Britain and the world, and the impossibility of reforming the system through parliamentary mechanisms and constitutional means.

This CPGB-ML message was delivered at the international BBQ held in Saklatvala Hall, Southall, on 30 July 2011.

The event celebrated the 58th anniversary both of the DPRK’s victory in the fatherland liberation war (25 June 1950 — 27 July 1953), which marked the first defeat of US imperialism, and of the storming of the Moncada barracks, by Cuban revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro, on 26 July 1953. The latter signaled the start of the Cuban revolution and gave its name to the Cuban revolutionary guerrilla movement (M 26-7).

Ranjeet, in his speech, draws upon the history of these two countries in struggle, their traditions, successes and problems and lessons for us. He shares the party’s ideas on the necessary strategy and tactics to build a Soviet Briatin, that can solve the problems of capitalist crisis and build a stable future for workers of Britain and the world.

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Harpal Brar:
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