Ecuador: the PCMLE in the face of the proclamation of Moreno

A scandalous electoral fraud is under way to ignore the popular will expressed today at the polls. The CNE, a few minutes ago, officially gave the victory to the candidacy of Lenin Moreno with 51.07% of votes. We DO NOT RECOGNIZE these results, they are the result of a fraudulent action. It is not possible to proclaimContinue reading “Ecuador: the PCMLE in the face of the proclamation of Moreno”

Statement of the Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan) on criminal aggression against Syria

We condemn the attack on Syria in the strongest terms! Finally, after several days of false propaganda of western imperialist’s media about the use of “chemical weapons” by the Syrian regime and shedding crocodile tears for “innocent children of Syria” the U.S launched an air strike against Alshariat airfield. As a comment to the attack,Continue reading “Statement of the Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan) on criminal aggression against Syria”

Notes on the history of the Communist Party of Colombia (M-L)

The founding of the Communist Party of Colombia Marxist-Leninist was the culmination of a process of political differentiation that allowed a significant contingent of principled revolutionaries, in the early 1960s, to draw lines of demarcation with reformism, pacifism and Khrushchevite revisionism, which were dominant in those years as the main lines of political action ofContinue reading “Notes on the history of the Communist Party of Colombia (M-L)”

Revisionism in Russia: Trotsky Against the Bolsheviks – Part Two: 1914-1917

This is the second part of a study of the development of revisionism in Russia, and covers the period from the outbreak of World War I in 1914 to the victory of the socialist revolution in November 1917. Read part one here. The First Imperialist War In August 1914, the First Imperialist War began. AlmostContinue reading “Revisionism in Russia: Trotsky Against the Bolsheviks – Part Two: 1914-1917”

Andy Beckett: The Forgotten Story of Chile’s ‘Socialist Internet’

When Pinochet’s military overthrew the Chilean government 30 years ago, they discovered a revolutionary communication system, a ‘socialist internet’ connecting the whole country. Its creator? An eccentric scientist from Surrey. Andy Beckett on the forgotten story of Stafford Beer During the early 70s, in the wealthy commuter backwater of West Byfleet in Surrey, a smallContinue reading “Andy Beckett: The Forgotten Story of Chile’s ‘Socialist Internet’”

Grover Furr: The Ukrainian Famine: Only Evidence Can Disclose the Truth

No detective can solve a crime without carefully and objectively studying the evidence. Likewise, no one can know what actually occurred in history without studying, in an objective manner, the relevant primary sources – the evidence. I have spent decades in studying the primary sources concerning many specific events of the Stalin period. Mark TaugerContinue reading “Grover Furr: The Ukrainian Famine: Only Evidence Can Disclose the Truth”

Filipino Communists Reaffirm ‘People’s War’ on US Imperialism

The statement comes almost two months after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte shut down peace talks with the insurgents. The Communist Party of the Philippines released a statement Wednesday reaffirming its commitment to fighting U.S. imperialism in the Southeast Asian country. Recapping its recently-held Second Congress, the CPP said it will continue to wage armed struggleContinue reading “Filipino Communists Reaffirm ‘People’s War’ on US Imperialism”

U.S. Hands Off North Korea!

No To The Imperialist War Drive! Resistance Editorial The so-called “America First” budget put forward by Trump includes a 10% increase in military spending. This increases what is already the world’s largest military budget by $56 billion. The cost of this increase will be balanced on the backs of the most vulnerable sections of U.S. society — children,Continue reading “U.S. Hands Off North Korea!”

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia on Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon I (Napoleon Bonaparte). Born Aug. 15, 1769, in Ajaccio, Corsica; died May 5, 1821, on the island of St. Helena. French statesman and general. First consul of the French Republic (1799–1804); emperor (1804–14 and March-June 1815). Napoleon was the son of Carlo Buonaparte, a Corsican noble and lawyer of modest means. At the ageContinue reading “The Great Soviet Encyclopedia on Napoleon Bonaparte”

CPGB: The People’s Republic of Mongolia

The Mongol question has suddenly become of first-rate world importance. The Mongols, an ancient but little-known people who once ruled the whole of Asia, are now divided between four states. Many of them live in the Soviet Union, citizens of the Buryat-Mongol republic in Siberia or of the Kalmyk Autonomous Region on the lower Volga.Continue reading “CPGB: The People’s Republic of Mongolia”

American Party of Labor (APL): Let Us Build The People’s Movement On International Women’s Day!

“The entire party and country should hurl into the fire and break the neck of anyone who dared trample underfoot the sacred edict of the party on the defense of women’s rights.” – Enver Hoxha, 1967 Possibly the first example of class stratification and exploitation in human history was the subjugation of women. In primitiveContinue reading “American Party of Labor (APL): Let Us Build The People’s Movement On International Women’s Day!”

100th Anniversary of the February Bourgeois-democratic Revolution in Russia

Draft Theses, March 4 (17), 1917 Information reaching Zurich from Russia at this moment, March 17, 1917 [1], is so scanty, and events in our country are developing so rapidly, that any judgement of the situation must of needs be very cautious. Yesterday’s dispatches indicated that the tsar had already abdicated and that the new, Octobrist-Cadet government [2] hadContinue reading “100th Anniversary of the February Bourgeois-democratic Revolution in Russia”

Communist League: On Terrorism

REPRINT FROM COMBAT – Journal of the Communist League – March 1975. TERRORISM OR REVOLUTION? The last decade has witnessed the emergence of a number of terrorist groups in various countries, together with the adoption of terrorist tactics by a number of national liberation groups. Britain for example, has experienced the bombing campaigns of theContinue reading “Communist League: On Terrorism”

Fidel Castro on the Character of the Cuban Revolution

“At any rate, you wish to write that this is a socialist revolution, right? And write it, then… Yes, not only did we destroy a tyrannical system. We also destroyed the philoimperialistic bourgeois state apparatus, the bureaucracy, the police, and a mercenary army. We abolished privileges, annihilated the great landowners, threw out foreign monopolies forContinue reading “Fidel Castro on the Character of the Cuban Revolution”

Thomas Jefferson in Defense of the French Revolution

“In the struggle which was necessary, many guilty persons fell without the forms of trial, and with them some innocent. These I deplore as much as any body, and shall deplore some of them to the day of my death. But I deplore them as I should have done had they fallen in battle. ItContinue reading “Thomas Jefferson in Defense of the French Revolution”