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Challenging Imperialism: Standing in Solidarity for Justice and Equality

 

As the Central Organizing Committee of the Communist Party of Kenya, we express deep concern regarding the proposed deal between the USA and the Kenyan Government. The reported plan of involving Kenyan police to carry out actions on behalf of the USA government in Haiti raises serious ethical and moral questions.

 

We firmly reject any form of neocolonialism and condemn any attempts to use a black face to brutalize Haiti or any other nation. Exploiting vulnerable Kenyans for any purpose is unacceptable. President Ruto's actions in this regard must be rejected, and the government's focus should be on empowering its citizens, not auctioning them to willing buyers.

 

Our commitment lies in advocating for policies that uplift the marginalized and create a fair and just society, addressing root causes of societal issues, including land problems and the need for investment in industries to create jobs and improve lives.

 

Imperialism, historically rooted in exploitation and subjugation, has caused immense suffering across continents. We must intensify the struggle from below, emphasizing grassroots movements and collective action to bring about transformative change.

 

We call upon all progressive forces to join us in this struggle against imperialism and the policies that perpetuate the suffering of our people. Together, let us stand in solidarity with the oppressed and fight for a future that upholds justice, equality, and human dignity for all.

 

As the Central Organizing Committee of the Communist Party of Kenya, we also address the historical injustices perpetrated by both Europe and the USA. Europe's wealth and development have, in large part, been built on the stolen resources and exploitation of the global South during colonial times.

 

Similarly, the USA's rise to power was significantly fueled by the enslavement of millions of African people, whose labor laid the foundation for its economic prosperity. The echoes of this dark past continue to resonate in various forms of systemic racism and social inequalities that persist in the USA today.

 

As advocates of anti-imperialism, we must acknowledge and condemn the historical actions of both Europe and the USA that have contributed to the global inequities we face. Our commitment to a just and equitable world demands that we confront and challenge the oppressive legacies of these colonial and enslavement practices.

 

Moving forward, we stand resolute in our pursuit of justice and the dismantling of imperialist structures that perpetuate global exploitation and subjugation. We call on all progressive forces worldwide to unite in the struggle for a future that respects the sovereignty of nations, upholds human rights, and ensures the welfare of all people, regardless of their geographic location.

 

In solidarity with the oppressed peoples of the world,

Central Organizing Committee,

Communist Party of Kenya

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