What Is the Revolution Club?
Who Should Check Out the Revolution Club,
Run with It and Join?
What Does It Mean To Join? And How Do I Get Started?
“Everyone who can’t stand this world the way it is ... who is sick and tired of so many people being treated as less than human ... everyone who has the heart to fight for something that is really worth fighting for: You need to be part of this revolution”... and get with the Revolution Club!
What does it mean to join the Revolution Club?
We live by, spread and fight for the Six Points of Attention. Read them and compare them to how we live and are forced to live today. These Points of Attention are the principles and morality of the future society that we are fighting for and that we live by today. Members of the Revolution Clubs agree to these principles.
The Revolution Club bases itself on two principles:
1 Humanity Needs Revolution And The New Communism Brought Forward By Bob Avakian (BA)
We spread the word of the revolution and the leadership we have in BA as we are learning about it.
2 Fight the Power, and Transform the People, for Revolution
The Revolution Club steps to the people straight up with revolution, and then, coming from that place, we unite with people in fighting injustice and oppression, and struggle hard to win more and more people to see the need and the possibility for revolution and become part of the movement for revolution.
All this enables the movement for revolution to grow to the point where we can impact society on a big scale, gather more forces, and prepare for the time when we can actually make a revolution.
How Do I Join?
3 Contact the Revolution Club in the Bay Area, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City
Bob Avakian On What We Need To Do Now
How Do I Spread the Word?
5 Follow and spread @therevcoms on social media.
How Do I Organize Others?
1 Pull together the people that you meet through spreading the word, or people you already know, to learn more about the revolution together. Watch the Revolution, Nothing Less! youtube show together; or watch a film from Bob Avakian; or read and talk about a quote from BAsics. Plan how to spread the word further and reach more people.
2 Join the National Revolution Club zoom calls to talk with others about challenges we are encountering, and the questions and ideas that we have. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on social media for the link.
3 Write us to have a representative of the Revolution Clubs to join you via zoom to lead a discussion or answer questions, at email@example.com
How Do I Learn More About The Revolution?
Points of Attention for the Revolution
The Revolution Club upholds, lives by and fights for the following principles:
1 We base ourselves on and strive to represent the highest interests of humanity: revolution and communism. We do not tolerate using the revolution for personal gain.
2 We fight for a world where ALL the chains are broken. Women, men, and differently gendered people are equals and comrades. We do not tolerate physically or verbally abusing women or treating them as sexual objects, nor do we tolerate insults or “jokes” about people’s gender or sexual orientation.
3 We fight for a world without borders, and for equality among different peoples, cultures and languages. We do not tolerate insults, “jokes” or derogatory names about a person’s race, nationality, or language.
4 We stand with the most oppressed and never lose sight of their potential to emancipate humanity—nor of our responsibility to lead them to do that. We work to win people of all backgrounds to take part in the revolution, and do not tolerate revenge among the people.
5 We search for and fight for the truth no matter how unpopular, even as we listen to and learn from the observations, insights and criticisms of others.
6 We are going for an actual overthrow of this system and a whole better way beyond the destructive, vicious conflicts of today between the people. Because we are serious, at this stage we do not initiate violence and we oppose all violence against the people and among the people.