Molotov on the Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact

“The decision to conclude a non-aggression pact between the U.S.S.R. and Germany was adopted after military negotiations with France and Great Britain had reached an impasse… we could not but explore other possibilities of ensuring peace and eliminating the danger of war between Germany and the U.S.S.R. If the British and French Governments refused toContinue reading “Molotov on the Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact”

NATO is a threat to liberties and national sovereignty

Revolusjon Norway 60 years with NATO are 60 years too many The formation of NATO in 1949 was aimed directly at socialism, at the Soviet Union and the people’s democracies in Europe that had emerged victorious in the aftermath of the anti-fascist WW2. It was aimed at infringing the influence of the strengthened communist partiesContinue reading “NATO is a threat to liberties and national sovereignty”

PCOF on Kosovo

February 17, the parliament of Kosovo declared independence The population of Pristina celebrates what it believes to be independence, waving Albanian and North American flags. The Serbian population of Kosovo refuses to separate from Serbia, whose leaders immediately condemned the secession of this province to consider an integral part of Serbia. The tension is growing,Continue reading “PCOF on Kosovo”

Blacks During the Holocaust

The fate of black people from 1933 to 1945 in Nazi Germany and in German-occupied territories ranged from isolation to persecution, sterilization, medical experimentation, incarceration, brutality, and murder. However, there was no systematic program for their elimination as there was for Jews and other groups. After World War I, the Allies stripped Germany of itsContinue reading “Blacks During the Holocaust”

Retrospect: Croatian President Franjo Tudjman dies

“He was a monster, but he was our monster” By Justus Leicht and Peter Schwarz 16 December 1999 “Tudjman almost certainly did not care that he was a monster because, unlike Milosevic, he was our monster.” These are the words that the author Misha Glenny uses in his recent book to sum up the relationshipContinue reading “Retrospect: Croatian President Franjo Tudjman dies”

Uncovering the Black German Holocaust

Review by Delroy Constantine-Simms University of Essex June 18, 1999 Review of: “Hitler’s Forgotten Victims” by David Okuefuna and Moise Shewa At a time when the fight for justice for Jewish Holocaust victims continues to make front-page news, the horrific experiences of Black people in Nazi Germany are virtually ignored. These experiences are brought toContinue reading “Uncovering the Black German Holocaust”

The Nazi Monster Recruited by MI6 to Spy for Britain

By Tony Rennell Friedrich Buchardt was a clever man, an intellectual and a polymath equally at home practising law or writing papers on economics and geography. He was also a cold-blooded killer of monstrous proportions. In Nazi Germany, he put his great brain to twisted issues of race and, in particular, the distribution of JewishContinue reading “The Nazi Monster Recruited by MI6 to Spy for Britain”

Wen Jiabao Goes Shopping and Vows to Help the Euro

Chinese Premier in Berlin By Severin Weiland It was an historic occasion: The first ever joint cabinet meeting between China and Germany. While Chancellor Angela Merkel admonished her guest on human rights issues, the focus was firmly on economic cooperation. And Premier Wen Jiabao vowed solidarity with the euro zone. Almost everything went according toContinue reading “Wen Jiabao Goes Shopping and Vows to Help the Euro”

The Revisionists of “K”KE – Social-democrat Papariga: Prima Ballerina of the Greek capital and the EU monopolies

From KKE (1918-55) “the ideas of perestroika correspond to the requirements of the reorganization of socialism, and contribute significantly to the development of the modern… theory of socialism, socialism has never been more attractive” (A. Papariga, “Pravda” June 25, 1991) (p. 8-9). “As a concept, perestroika rendered invaluable services to the international movement. Of course,Continue reading “The Revisionists of “K”KE – Social-democrat Papariga: Prima Ballerina of the Greek capital and the EU monopolies”

Partija Rada on Kosova

The escalation of clashes in Kosova is evidence once again that nationalism and the nationalist evil not only bring pain and suffering to other nations, but are also an obstacle for ones own nation to achieve its freedom and prosperity. The Albanian people in Kosova, after the suffering caused by the Belgrade regime, are inContinue reading “Partija Rada on Kosova”

Resolution of Partija Rada on the National Question in Yugoslavia

Partija Rada (Party of Labour) is a Marxist-Leninist Party in Serbia. The party was founded in March 1992 by Vlado Dapčević, an anti-revisionist Marxist-Leninist who was a long-time political prisoner in SFR Yugoslavia. He formed it after splitting from the Communist Party of Yugoslavia over what he saw to be its soft stance against nationalism.Continue reading “Resolution of Partija Rada on the National Question in Yugoslavia”

2010 presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire: Yes to popular sovereignty! No to reactionary civil war! No to foreign military interventions!

The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) is a revolutionary party in the Ivory Coast. It participates in the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations and claims the line of Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labour of Albania. As such, it is non-revisionist and fights for a proletarian revolution. Since 1990 itContinue reading “2010 presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire: Yes to popular sovereignty! No to reactionary civil war! No to foreign military interventions!”