Series on Maoist Revisionism: Maoist China’s Foreign Policy: 1970s and 1980s

The Third World Asia (a) SOUTHEAST ASIA. Only in China’s traditional “sphere of influence” has the People’s Republic given consistent material support to powers abroad – to North Korea and North Vietnam – and verbal support to movements against governments with which it has friendly diplomatic relations. In the case of VIETNAM extended recognition andContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Maoist China’s Foreign Policy: 1970s and 1980s”

Communiqué of the III plenum of the Central Committee of CGPI – July 25, 2011

The III Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India was convened in the third week of July 2011. The Plenum noted that the conditions prevailing in the US and Europe indicate further deepening of the economic crisis in these countries in the coming period. These conditions suggest that the imperialistsContinue reading “Communiqué of the III plenum of the Central Committee of CGPI – July 25, 2011”

Prachanda, Follower of Modern Revisionism

A Maoist analysis of Nepali revisionism led by Prachanda. — E.S. At the occasion of the 10th birthday of People’s War initiation in Nepal, Prachanda granted an interview to the reactionary newspaper “The Hindu”, which published it on February 10. Prachanda explains there at length the new positions of the CP of Nepal (Maoist), whichContinue reading “Prachanda, Follower of Modern Revisionism”

Information on the Communist Ghadar Party of India (CGPI)

Founded on December 25, 1980, the Communist Party of India Ghadar (CGPI) is the organized detachment of Communists who have dedicated their lives to the liberation of India and the emancipation of labor worldwide. The CGPI doors are open to all those who wish to make the revolution of the mission of their lives –Continue reading “Information on the Communist Ghadar Party of India (CGPI)”

CGPI: Condemn state repression of farmers

The Communist Ghadar Party of India condemns the brutal repression unleashed by the state against the farmers of village Bhatta-Parsaul in Greater Noida, and in several other villages along the proposed expressway connecting Delhi via NOIDA to Agra and Aligarh. Already four people have died, and dozens injured. A reign of terror unleashed by theContinue reading “CGPI: Condemn state repression of farmers”

The Concept of the “Other” in Kim

Kipling seems to fancy himself as the first Eric Schlosser. In his story Kim, the presence of the concept of the “other” is scarce, even nonexistent, to the point of a noticeable, glaring omission. British, Indian and Tibetan cultures have minor contradictions with each other, but none is presented as particularly “domineering” over one anotherContinue reading “The Concept of the “Other” in Kim”