CIA Doctors Face Human Experimentation Claims

Medical ethics group says physicians monitored ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ and studied their effectiveness Doctors and psychologists the CIA employed to monitor its “enhanced interrogation” of terror suspects came close to, and may even have committed, unlawful human experimentation, a medical ethics watchdog has alleged. Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), a not-for-profit group that has investigatedContinue reading “CIA Doctors Face Human Experimentation Claims”

PCC-ML: The Crisis and Obama

The following is a translated article from the Communist Party of Colombia (Marxist-Leninist)/EPL; a revolutionary Marxist-Leninist Party that has been fighting an armed struggle in Colombia against the forces of reaction since the 1960s. The article “The Crisis and Obama” reflects the Marxist-Leninist sentiment of the Obama victory. Revolutionaries across the world and especially inContinue reading “PCC-ML: The Crisis and Obama”

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”

Jonas Savimbi: Washington’s Freedom Fighter, Africa’s Terrorist

Peace is back on the agenda, if not yet on the horizon in Angola. With the death of rebel leader Jonas Savimbi and the state visit to Washington by Angolan president Jose Eduardo dos Santos, there is again a glimmer of hope that the country’s 27-year-long civil war may finally be coming to a realContinue reading “Jonas Savimbi: Washington’s Freedom Fighter, Africa’s Terrorist”

ICMLPO: The Assassination of Gaddafi, A New Crime of Imperialism

The brutal military aggression against Libya, carried out by the imperialist countries, France, England, U.S. and NATO and endorsed by the UN, after destroying the country, massacring tens of thousands of civilians and imposing a puppet government, has concluded its operations with the assassination of Colonel Gaddafi. We Marxist-Leninists, the working-class, peoples and youth whoContinue reading “ICMLPO: The Assassination of Gaddafi, A New Crime of Imperialism”

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”

American Party of Labor Statement on the Killing of Muammar Gaddafi

No the Colonization of Libya! With the victory of the NATO-backed rebels and the National Transitional Council, Libya has been colonized once again. Moammar Gaddafi, the leader of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, has been killed according to the country’s rebel government on October 20th, 2011. Gaddafi was murdered in his hometown of Sirte, a strongholdContinue reading “American Party of Labor Statement on the Killing of Muammar Gaddafi”

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”

Men at War: Angola’s Liberation Leaders

December 12, 1975 Robin Wright Behind the bitter civil conflict that currently divides Angola into three zones of influence and two separate governments are three men: Dr. Agostinho Neto of the Popular Liberation Movement (MPLA), Dr. Jonas Savimbi of the Union for Total Independence (UNITA), and Holden Roberto of the National Liberation Front (FNLA). Dr.Continue reading “Men at War: Angola’s Liberation Leaders”

PCOF: On Tibet

For the events in Tibet We want to take a position on the events taking place in Tibet over the juncture of the Olympic Games based on Marxist-Leninist our criteria. Tibet is a province of China. There is a Tibetan people which is a national minority, as there are other ethnic minorities in this vastContinue reading “PCOF: On Tibet”

Remembering Chile’s 9/11

By Paul Street “Close to Perfect:” A Different, Bloodier Nine-Eleven The events of September 11th were horrific, tragic, and criminal on a monumental scale. Planes flew low over an American nation’s leading city. Buildings erupted in flames. There was an official death toll of more than 3,000. Thousands of innocent people were ruthlessly slaughtered. TheirContinue reading “Remembering Chile’s 9/11”

Why the Albanian Bunkers Should Not be Mocked

Enver Hoxha was a good Marxist-Leninist whose leadership enabled the Albanians to fight off the Italians and the Germans without outside help. His theoretical and political work shed a great deal of light on the relations between the Albanians, the Soviets, the Yugoslav and the Chinese. The leadership of the PLA also allowed the AlbaniansContinue reading “Why the Albanian Bunkers Should Not be Mocked”

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”