Latvian Authorities Bocked the Website of the Workers’ Front of Latvia

Today, October 19, the Latvian National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) illegally banned the website of the Workers’ Front of Latvia All of our posts are 100% legal. They were blocked only because the crazed authorities do not like the position of the working class on many issues. The authorities carry out censorship and thereby violate the Constitution of Latvia, article 100 of which states: “Everyone has the right to freedom of speech, which includes the right to freely receive, possess and disseminate information, express their views. Censorship is prohibited.”

In August, members of the Workers’ Front of Latvia filed a lawsuit against Latvia with the United Nations Human Rights Council against the demolition of the Monument to the Liberators, and the actions of the authorities are nothing more than an illegal attempt to put pressure on the side of the conflict.

One of the aims of the activity of the Workers’ Front of Latvia is the study of Marxism. The three sources of Marxism are: German classical philosophy, English political economy, and French utopian socialism. Marxism is a science, and the fight against the spread of scientific knowledge in the 21st century is obscurantism.

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