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Sunday, September 09, 2012


From the Committee to Support The Revolution in India/A Google Translation;

Saturday, September 29, 2012
in 14h
the local Dersim - 16 rue des Petites Ecuries
75010 Paris - M ° Strasbourg-St Denis
A documentary will be released, followed by a discussion led by members of the Committee.
Come and prepare for many international repercussions to this event! Several delegations from many countries will be present!
We organize a common starting to Hamburg. Accommodation will be on site and will be supported.
If you can not attend this meeting, please contact the Committee to Support the Revolution in India: csrinde [at] /
You will find below the text of the invitation to the meeting Saturday, September 29 as the official invitation of the International Committee to Support People's War in the Hamburg Conference.

So many reasons to support the People's War in India

Since the uprising in Naxalbari in 1972, the People's War led by Maoist forces has not stopped. Since 2004, she knows even a new development with the creation of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) [CPI (m)], the result of the union of the main Maoist groups.
Today, the People's Liberation Army led by the CPI (m) is present in one third of the Indian territory, which resulted in certain regions to develop new democracy. In these areas liberated by the revolutionaries, the problems are not posed in terms of ensuring corporate profits, landowners and intermediaries but rather to ensure improved living conditions:
• establishment of health centers (the infant mortality rate is nearly 13 times that of France)
• development of education accessible to everyone (26% illiterate - 18% for men and 35% women)
• construction of irrigation canals to improve food independence (in 2000, 70% of the population below the poverty line calorie)
• ensuring access to land (the semi-feudal system is still in progress)
• preservation of the environment (soil pollution by mining companies, draining of water by plants as Coca-Cola, GM crops cotton unproductive construction of a nuclear reactor by Areva on a seismic zone)
• abolition of castes (more than 6200 crimes against untouchables),
• male / female equality,
• etc..
Rather present in rural areas, the revolutionaries were strongly opposed to grabbing land and resources by mining large multinational companies (in Singur, Nandigram and Lalgarh particular) leading to depletion of local populations and the destruction of the environment from which they derive their livelihood.
Following this legitimate resistance, the Indian government decided in 2009 to launch an offensive against its own people: "Operation Green Hunt". More than 100,000 soldiers and paramilitaries have been sent to areas controlled by the Maoists. Numerous reports from individuals and various organizations are now before the torture, killings and disappearances committed by government forces.
Some intellectuals, pacifists, support or sympathize with the Maoists and protested against the killings of leaders, activists and expose abuses, massacres, rapes perpetrated against civilians by the Indian army. The influence of revolutionary cities began to grow.
The year 2012 has witnessed an increase in the anger of the Indian masses: biggest general strike in history in February, lifting the factory Suzuki and KC Regency, ...
Countries emerging from more than a billion people, India has imperialist in Africa, such as Russia, China and Brazil. On the other hand, it greatly facilitates the implementation of multinational companies by creating Special Economic Zones where labor law is changed and where land, water and electricity are very cheap or even free. The implications are dramatic. The most striking example is probably that of the destruction of tens of thousands of farmers became dependent on the transgenic cotton. 25 years, 200,000 would have killed to escape poverty (8000 suicides per year!).
French imperialism is not because there is a Chamber of Commerce Franco-Indian 49 councilors and a group of lawyers (UGGC) specializes in assisting "European companies at different stages of intervention the Indian market.
"In 1998, a strategic partnership was established between France and India around three areas: civilian nuclear cooperation, defense cooperation, cooperation in space. French imperialism is also present in various sectors in India Here are the main representatives:
Armament: Sale of 123 Rafale (Dassault) for 9.1 billion euros transfer to Hindustan Aeronautics.
France is the fourth arms dealer (7.2%), behind the U.S. (49%), the UK (15%), Russia (15%).
Other arms companies are EADS
Civil Aviation / Aerospace: Air France, Thales Indra, Safran
Electrical / electronic equipment: Legrand, Schneider Electric (motors, generators, transformers, distribution) Sicam, Hager, Thompson.

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