This incident is an example of progressing violations of political and civic liberties. The persecution of political activists continues and intensifies. The trial against members of the “Brzask” editorial staff and members of the CPP, accused of “promoting totalitarian system”, continues for over two years. On 7 of May Facebook profiles of Brzask and CPP were blocked. One week earlier persecution was directed against the Władza Rad internet portal. On 30 of April police confiscated computer and data carriers of its web administrator.
The Communist Party of Greece denounces the unacceptable persecution by the Polish authorities and the Polish government against a professor who organized a conference on Marxism at the University of Szczecin.
This year, 200 years since the birth of Karl Marx, at a conference held in the university campus, police forces entered
the campus under a prosecutor's office order, searching for evidences, as they claimed, to substantiate the provocative accusation of "promoting totalitarianism." It is with the same accusations that the trial against members of the Communist Party of Poland and the editorial board of the Brzask magazine has been going on for two years, and similar prosecutions are being launched against other journalists and magazines.
Although their anticommunism is supported by the EU and the bourgeois governments, it will not pass. Their persecutions, trials and spurius accusations must be condemned by the peoples. The truth spread by the Communists can not be distorted, Marx's insuperable work can not be touched by them or be counterfeited. Hands off the Communists and the Communist Party of Poland.