Revolution in South Asia

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Kasama Project: Internationalist Leaflet for May First

Posted by n3wday on April 26, 2010

May First — International Workers Day — is a moment for us all to strengthen the revolutionary solidarity and common struggle of the oppressed people of the world. It is particularly telling this year that great outrages have been carried out against immigrant people in these days just before May First. And that in South Asia, May First has become the focus of a major test of strength, as a great crisis grips the old order in Nepal.

Here are copies of the Kasama Project’s leaflet for this May First 2010 — helping more people know about the revolutionary crisis and communist efforts in Nepal — and deepen the connections and internationalist understanding between the working people worldwide.

The leaflet is designed to be two-sided (one side Spanish, the other side English). And it is available in both color and black-and-white.

(Props to the design and translation team.)

May First leaflet  Color (English) (Spanish)

May First Leaflet Black-and-White (English) (Spanish)

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“How many of us, marching today in the streets on May First, know exactly what the people of Nepal are suffering?

“Do we share their dreams of revolution and a new world?

“Is revolution really impossible? Is capitalism permanent? The Maoist-led movement in Nepal says NO. In this distant corner of the world, our brothers and sisters raise the red flag.

“The world must know of this Maoist revolution. The people can make revolution and fight to create a new world!”

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