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Draft Reflections on the September Arrests: BR-PCC Internal Document 1989

Footnotes and notes in square brackets have been added by the translator. Translation is provisional.  In order to understand the key transitions which constitute the the readjustment process  of the O [organization] within the SR1 two aspects should be taken into consideration: 1) the current context of the confrontation. 2) the …

ATTACK, STRIKE AND SHATTER CHRISTIAN DEMOCRACY THE PRIMARY AXIS OF THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE STATE AND THE IMPERIALIST COUNTER-REVOLUTION

[The following translation was produced from the copy included in p 139-85, Volume 129 of Commissione parlamentare d’inchiesta sulla strage di via Fani, sul sequestro e l’assassino di Aldo Moro e sul terrorismo in Italia, Rome 1996. Gaps in the translation indicated by square brackets correspond to illegible lines in …

The Twenty Theses of the Collective of Communist Prisoners of the Red Brigades-December 1980

DISARTICULATE THE STATE! CONSTRUCT THE COMBATANT COMMUNIST PARTY AND THE REVOLUTIONARY MASS ORGANIZATIONS! WIN THE MASSES TO THE ARMED STRUGGLE FOR COMMUNISM! “We are the leaders and organizers of the revolutionary war and the leaders and organizers of the life of the masses: we have two responsibilities: to organize revolutionary …

Build a Revolutionary Resistance Movement: Communiques from the North American Armed Clandestine Movement 1982-85

Build-a-Revolutionary-Resistance-Movement_-Communiques-From-the-North-American-Clandestine-Movement-1982-1985 1985 booklet issued by the Committee to Fight Repression with an introduction by anti-imperialist prisoner Alan Berkman. Includes action communiques from the United Freedom Front (UFF), Red Guerrilla Resistance, Armed Resistance Unit and others.