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May 07, 2014

Greetings on Victory Day of 9th of May: Communist Workers’ Party of Russia (RCWP) 07 May 2014

photo: May 1, 1945 as a sign of victory over fascism and as a symbol of the end of World War II the red flag of victory was hoisted over the Reichstag, Berlin. What a costly journey! Never Again!

Dear comrades in arms!

The Russian Communist Workers Party sends you our fraternal greetings and congratulates you on the occasion of the great Victory Day, the victory of the whole of progressive mankind headed by the Soviet people over fascist hordes that enslaved Europe and were going to enslave the whole world. Soviet communists, all Soviet people, allies of USSR from the anti-Hitler coalition, Resistance fighters, and anti-fascists all over the world bore immeasurable losses in that terrible war. Nevertheless we won! The banner of Victory – the Red Banner with the Sickle and Hammer, the banner of the first state of working people in the world – USSR was hoisted over the fallen Reichstag.

We all know too well that this was essentially a class war between growing socialism-communism and the most hideous spawn of Imperialism – Fascism that was organized in the form of the Anti-Comintern Pact. Nowadays Fascism, this vicious manifestation of Imperialism has again been trying to raise its head while attempting to foment wars between nations, to pit working people among themselves in order to continue keeping them in capitalist slavery and to rescue the power of Capitalism.

We, communists are the only consistent fighters against Fascism and we say:


Let's not falter on the chosen way

On behalf of RCWP Central Committee,

Victor Tyulkin
First Secretary

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