PCMLE: Albania – Unmasking and Struggling against Titoite Revisionism

From En Marcha, the newspaper of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador (PCMLE). Yugoslav revisionism was to the old ideological foundation revisionist theories of Bernstein, Kautsky, anti-Marxist theories of all opportunists and enemies of socialism, the Trotskyites, Bukharin and social democracy. In tandem with Albania and the Party of Labor of Albania undertook its struggleContinue reading “PCMLE: Albania – Unmasking and Struggling against Titoite Revisionism”

PCMLE: The Struggle of the PLA against Revisionism

From En Marcha, the newspaper of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador (PCMLE). The first big fight was faced by Albanians against Khrushchev, Nikita Khrushchev led sect presented at the XX Congress of the CPSU ineffable a violent attack on the principles of Marxism-Leninism … After the Second World War and the Communist proletariat wereContinue reading “PCMLE: The Struggle of the PLA against Revisionism”

PCMLE: Enver Hoxha – Builder and Defender of Marxism

From En Marcha, the newspaper of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador (PCMLE). Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labor of Albania, unmasked and confronted the different types of revisionists, fought against the Yugoslavists, confronted the Titoists and fought the Maoists. Enver was born in Albanian Gjirokastra the October 16, 1908 and died in TiranaContinue reading “PCMLE: Enver Hoxha – Builder and Defender of Marxism”

Writings on the Role of Lavrenty Beria

Stalin and supporters continued this struggle against opposition from other elements in the Bolshevik Party, resolutely but with diminishing chances for success, until Stalin died in March 1953. Lavrentii Beria’s determination to continue this same struggle seems to be the real reason Khrushchev and others murdered him, either judicially, by trial on trumped-up charges inContinue reading “Writings on the Role of Lavrenty Beria”

Fidel Castro on Gorbachev

“I can’t say that Gorbachev played a conscious part in the destruction of the Soviet Union, because I have no doubt that Gorbachev’s aim was to struggle to perfect socialism.” (Fidel Castro in: ‘Guardian’, 30 May 1992; p. 25). “Do you think the Soviets are going to create opposition parties inside the Soviet Union? ToContinue reading “Fidel Castro on Gorbachev”

Suspicions linger 30 years after Sino-Vietnam war

Thirty years after they went to war with each other, Beijing and Hanoi have opted for cooperation, even if Vietnam and the rest of Southeast Asia view China’s growing presence with suspicion. In China, the war that began on February 17, 1979 is not even mentioned, and few young people here know the history ofContinue reading “Suspicions linger 30 years after Sino-Vietnam war”

Cold War: a Marxist view

The Revolutionary Highway Has No Exits – The History of the Cold War By Arlen Tracey The Cold War, a global conflict between the United States and its allies in Western Europe, against the Soviet Union and its allies around the world, was a conflict that evolved and twisted itself over its decades of existence.Continue reading “Cold War: a Marxist view”

Outstanding Contribution to the Exposure of the Strategy of Imperialism & Modern Revisionism

by AGIM POPA (AGIM POPA — Professor, Editor-in-chief of «Zeri i popullit», organ of the CC of the Party of Labor of Albania.) The Marxist-Leninists oppose the regressive and counter-revolutionary strategy of imperialism, social-imperialism and revisionism, which try to stop and turn back the wheel of history, with their victorious Marxist-Leninist strategy of the revolutionContinue reading “Outstanding Contribution to the Exposure of the Strategy of Imperialism & Modern Revisionism”

Pol Pot Was Not and Is Not A Communist

Who Is and Was Really Responsible for Genocide in Cambodia? Pol Pot Was Not and Is Not A Communist  (originally published in Challenge-Desafio, PL Magazine Supplement, February 19, 1986) Apologists for capitalism are always inventing lies to “prove” how terrible communism is. In recent years one of their favorite tales concerns the mass killings inContinue reading “Pol Pot Was Not and Is Not A Communist”

The U.S. Is Even More Guilty Than Pol Pot

To the Editor: In all the hubbub about the death of Pol Pot, neither the U.S. government nor the American news media have seen fit to mention that this mass murderer was supported for fifteen years by the United States. the U.S. bombing of Cambodia during 1970-75 killed as many or more Cambodians as PolContinue reading “The U.S. Is Even More Guilty Than Pol Pot”

Enver Hoxha on Pol Pot

This [the Sino-American imperialist alliance] is obvious, also, from the fact that now the American government is trying to put China, which has attacked Vietnam, on the same plane as Vietnam because, allegedly, it has attacked Cambodia. In Cambodia, the Cambodian people, communists and patriots, have risen against the barbarous government of Pol Pot, whichContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on Pol Pot”

Straight Talk on the Trial of Pol Pot

by Mike Ely Revolutionary Worker #918, Aug. 10, 1997 In the end of July, ABC News broadcast parts of a videotape showing a trial of Pol Pot in territory controlled by Khmer Rouge forces in western Cambodia. Pol Pot has been the long-time leader of the Khmer Rouge (which means “Red Cambodians”). The Khmer RougeContinue reading “Straight Talk on the Trial of Pol Pot”

The Sino-Albanian Split & Khrushchev’s Attempted Coup against Socialist Albania

“The spillover from the Sino-Soviet conflict into Eastern Europe was evident almost immediately. In late 1960 and early 1961 the Albanian leader, Enver Hoxha, sparked a crisis with the Soviet Union by openly aligning his country with China, a precedent that caused alarm in Moscow. Quite apart from the symbolic implications of Hoxha’s move, KhrushchevContinue reading “The Sino-Albanian Split & Khrushchev’s Attempted Coup against Socialist Albania”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Regarding China’s Withdrawl of Aid from Albania

Just recently the government of the Peoples Republic of China announced the decision to withdraw all aid, including military and civil payments of credit, to the Peoples Socialist Republic of Albania. With this hostile act, the leadership of the government of the Peoples Republic of China has violated the principles of proletarian internationalism acting inContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Regarding China’s Withdrawl of Aid from Albania”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Enver Hoxha Quotes on Maoist Revisionism pt. 5

This excerpt from the works of Enver Hoxha culminate in the welcoming of Nixon and his lackey Kissinger in Beijing. There are also events found here, such as the PRC’s introduction into the U.N., the legitimizing of the Spanish revisionist Santiago Carrillo, which caused a sensation in the Communist Party of Spain (Marxist-Leninist). The reactionaryContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Enver Hoxha Quotes on Maoist Revisionism pt. 5”