As the Russian website www.novopol.ru., reports, in Ireland on November 24, a general strike took place.
Despite the ban, police also went on strike (by contract they have no right to participate in such actions). The guardians of order in protest decided not to penalize violators of traffic rules.
We, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (AUCPB) welcome the courageous struggle of the Irish workers for their social rights against the bourgeoisie, which seeks not only to cover their expenses during the world crisis at the expense of workers, but also to obtain additional profits by stealing from employees. The current crisis was created artificially by the bourgeoisie itself and they have used it to increase their profits at the expense of workers forced to intensify their work, not only without having to raise wages, but also to directly reduce them.
The handwriting of imperialism throughout the world is the same. In Russia, Ukraine and other republics of the Soviet Union, the nouveau riche fabulously rich at the expense of stealing government financial injections in the production and assignment (theft) of unpaid salaries of workers. In Russia, in most regions the workers do not receive salaries for several months in a row and at individual enterprises - more than six months. There is an artificial bankruptcy of enterprises and workers are thrown into the street. Their families are left without any means of livelihood.
WE, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks, fully support your just struggle for your social rights, dear Irish workers.
There must be unity in actions of all workers in the world in the fight for their rights.
Hang on strong, our brothers and sisters! We are with you!
Long live proletarian internationalism!
Down with the power of capital! The benefits on Earth should belong to those who have created them!
General Secretary of the Central Committee of the AUCPB