Jafe Arnoldski

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Jafe Arnoldski

Jafe Jurek Arnoldski was a Tucson, Arizona activist. He now lives in Wroclaw Poland. He is Editor-in-Chief at Eurasianist Internet Archive, January 1, 2016 to present.


  • Fort Russ - Editor/Translator · August 2015 to present · Wroclaw, Poland.
  • Center for Syncretic Studies Analyst/Researcher · June 2015 to present · Wroclaw, Poland


Uniwersytet Wrocławski, European Culture & History · Wroclaw, Poland.


Comrades Edward Tolentino and Jafe Arnoldski uphold the Party's banner on May Day, 2013

Tucson CPUSA

Jafe Arnoldski and Analise Spencer chairing Salt of the Earth Labor College's table at Tucson's 31st Annual Peace Fair, 2013

In 2013, Comrades Jafe Arnoldski, John Mackoviak, Analise Spencer, Jim Byrne, and E.C. Tolentino, were anti-revisionist members of the Tucson Club of the Communist Party USA. [1]


In 2013, s significant grouping of communists recently joined the Freedom Road Socialist Organization/FightBack! (FRSO). Centered in Tucson, the group ranges from a well-read high school student up to a comrade in his late seventies with lifelong experience in the Communist Party USA. They include students, workers and educators from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, united in struggle for immigrant rights, workers and unions and against U.S. wars and oppression. Rings of other activists and revolutionaries are now discussing this bold move by the Arizona communists.

The decision to leave the Communist Party and join the FRSO was not taken lightly. It was serious and deliberate. As Jafe Arnoldski said, “We discussed the problems we were facing and three things stood out. One, the social-democratic leadership of the Communist Party has rejected Marxism-Leninism and the historical experiences of socialism at a time when the socialist vision is especially necessary. Two, the Communist Party's program and line misleads the working class with illusions about the Democratic Party, while putting socialism on the back burner for some future ‘stage.’ And three, under the social-democratic line, party discipline and organization have deteriorated, accountability and criticism/self-criticism have collapsed and bureaucratic formalities are the norm.”[2]