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South Africa: The Flames of Revolution / FRFI 5 July/August 1980

Umkhonto we Sizwe'The flames of revolution are once again engulfing the racist apartheid state in South Africa. On the 20th anniversary of the Sharpeville massacre, on the 4th anniversary of the Soweto uprising, the South African racist state is again being challenged by a massive and powerful revolutionary assault.' Read more >

RCG public statement

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RCG statement on the 14 April attack on Syria

The Revolutionary Communist Group condemns the 14 April 2018 British, US and French missile attack on Syria. This action was intended to reassert imperialist control over the Middle East at a time when it is being undermined. British Prime Minister Theresa May said that British participation in the assault was ‘to deter chemical weapons attacks in Syria and the UK’. ...

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Strathclyde Police - Back Off! - 02 Oct 2011

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Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! condemns the open political policing that was employed on Saturday's Scottish Trades Union Council march from Glasgow Green to Kelvingrove Park. Throughout the march people were harassed and stalked by lines of officers intent on provoking a response from the peaceful protestors. Coalition of Resistance supporters were taken aside by officers and warned to behave, IRSP Alba and John Brady Society followers were questioned for flying a Starry Plough flag and a Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! and Glasgow Defence Campaign (GDC) supporter, who has been targeted on previous protests, was detained by officers for condemning political policing as the march passed Cranstonhill Police Station, 945 Argyle St.

The following video captures the scenes as the arrest took place only for him to be de-arrested due to the popular will of the protestors.

Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! sends its solidarity to the people who left the march and successfully secured our supporters release. As the targeted comrade said after re-joining the march 'a victory for one is a victory for all!' FRFI will continue our role in the Glasgow Defence Campaign to make sure the actions of Strathclyde Police are recorded, publicised and organised against.

A full report of the day’s events is to follow so please subscribe to and spread the word about the GDC blog and this website. If anyone experienced political policing on Saturday's march send the details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. which will publicise the incidents. See below details of upcoming court protests. We urge all progressive people to attend and show solidarity as they did on Saturday.

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Court protests against political policing!

Trial of FRFI supporters

Friday 7 and Monday 31 October, from 9.30am outside Glasgow District Court,

St. Andrews Street,

Glasgow (just off Saltmarket)

Sentencing of an FRFI supporter will take place on Thursday 13 October, 2pm, at the same court. This is for a framed up charge and conviction of police assault relating to the 9 December 2011student protest in Glasgow City Centre. Supporters will be gathered outside the court from 1.40pm.

Glasgow Defence Campaign
www.glasgowdefencecampaign.blogspot.com