“Mobilizing the Masses for the Invasion” was a speech given to workers prior to the Bay of Pigs invasion by Che Guevara in 1961. The speech heavily focused on Latin American solidarity against US impealism. Che Guevara was a Marxist revolutionary in Cuba who was a prominent figure in the fight against imperalism and capitalism. A guerilla leader, held prominent positions in the government after the Cuban Revolution. He was executed in 1967 at age 39 in Bolivia.
“Plan for the Advancement of Latin America” was a speech given in Buenos Aires, Aregentina, in 1959, by Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro. The plan began with an outline of the literacy and life expectancy differences between Latin American countries and North American countries. It was then followed by a plan to unify the Latin American countries in their battle against Northern Hemisphere colonialism.
Between 1970 and 1998, the Anti-Fascist, Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Imperialism, Communist leftist militia The Red Army Faction was labeled as a terrorist organization in first West Germany, and then unified Germany. One of the founders, Andreas Baader, published this “Letter to the Editor” in 1972 which reminded the public of the RAF’s goals and explained that they had no intentions of turning themselves in, as at this point they had gone underground.
Between 1970 and 1998, the Anti-Fascist, Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Imperialism, Communist leftist militia The Red Army Faction was labeled as a terrorist organization in first West Germany, and then unified Germany.”The Urban Guerilla Concept” was a document published by the organization in 1971 drawing parallels between their use of guerilla warfare and that of international liberation movements, in hopes to justify their tactics and display solidarity.
“Some comrades have already made up their minds about us. For them, it is the “demagoguery of the bourgeois press” that links these “anarchist groups” with the socialist movement. In their incorrect and pejorative use of the term anarchism, they are no different than the Springer Press. We don’t want to engage anyone in dialogue on such a shabby basis.”
The accidental explosion of a Greenwich Village townhouse during a bomb-making session in 1970 left the Weather Underground– a radical left organization formed in 1969– distraught. In an attempt to reunify under their original goals at the time of formation, the group published a book, Prairie Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-imperialism. The book was intended to make a plan for organizing not just within the WU, but also with other radical left groups, and share ideologies, tactics, and lessons, all under the umbrella of anti-imperialism.