Anasintaxi KKE (1918-55) – Socialism – class struggle in the Soviet Union (1936-1953). The revolutionary trials of the 1930’s as the continuation and escalation of the class struggle

The revolutionary changes that took place in the economy of the Soviet Union during the first two decades led, in the mid ‘30s, to the building of the economic foundation of socialism and the elimination of all exploiting classes; these changes were expressed in the new country’s Constitution (1936). Analyzing the economic, social, class situation inContinue reading “Anasintaxi KKE (1918-55) – Socialism – class struggle in the Soviet Union (1936-1953). The revolutionary trials of the 1930’s as the continuation and escalation of the class struggle”

Meeting Kim Il Sung in His Last Weeks

BY MARK BARRY, APRIL 15, 2012 The first (non-communist) Americans to meet North Korea’s president Kim Il Sung likely were journalists Harrison Salisbury of The New York Times, and Selig Harrison, then ofThe Washington Post, in 1972. Congressman Stephen Solarz was the first U.S. public official to meet him in 1980, and Rev. Billy Graham later met him in 1992Continue reading “Meeting Kim Il Sung in His Last Weeks”

Left Anticommunism: the Unkindest Cut

BY MICHAEL PARENTI Despite a lifetime of “shaming” the system, NOAM CHOMSKY, America’s foremost “engagé” intellectual, remains an unrepentant left anticommunist. In the United States, for over a hundred years, the ruling interests tirelessly propagated anticommunism among the populace, until it became more like a religious orthodoxy than a political analysis. During the Cold War,Continue reading “Left Anticommunism: the Unkindest Cut”

International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations (ICMLPO): On the International Situation

The most significant development in the world capitalist economy, since the last meeting of our Conference is undoubtedly the intensification of the symptoms that prove the trend toward a new recession in all fields, after a certain rise in the second quarter of 2009, followed by a period of stagnation. Despite the trend towards aContinue reading “International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations (ICMLPO): On the International Situation”

Statistics on Crimes Committed by US Troops in South Korea

Korea International War Crimes Tribunal, June 23, 2001, New York Report on US Crimes in Korea 1945-2001 Civil Network for a Peaceful Korea Over 100,000 Cases of Crimes, Over 100,000 Victims Crimes committed by US soldiers were found as early as when US troops were first stationed in south Korea. According to the south KoreanContinue reading “Statistics on Crimes Committed by US Troops in South Korea”

Lenin on Colonialism

“For example, if tomorrow Morocco were to declare war on France, India on England, Persia or China on Russia, and so forth, those would be ‘just,’ ‘defensive’ wars, irrespective of who attacked first, and every socialist would sympathize with the victory of the oppressed, dependent, unequal states against the oppressing, slave-owning, predatory ‘great’ powers.”  —Continue reading “Lenin on Colonialism”

Liberal Holocaust: Imperialism and the Democratic Party

This is a good article from a website that is now down. I disagree with several parts, particularly the labeling of North Korea as a “Stalinist dictatorship,” referring to the Soviet Union as an “empire,” saying that Titoite Yugoslavia was a “Leninist revolution” and denying the genocidal actions of the Milošević government. Regardless, this article makesContinue reading “Liberal Holocaust: Imperialism and the Democratic Party”

PCMLE: 65 Years of Fascist Defeat

On May 9, 1945, in the city Berlin, the commanders of the army of Nazi Germany surrendered after a long persecution by anti-fascist sectors, including the Communists, the Soviet people and the heroic Red Army played a transcendental role. This event marked the end of World War II and ending the genocide driven by NaziContinue reading “PCMLE: 65 Years of Fascist Defeat”

PC (AP) Statement on Kim Jong-Il’s Death

I post this article here despite disagreements with the PC(AP)’s line on the DPRK, which seems to differ from most M-L parties. — Espresso Stalinist Dear comrades: On December 17 comrade Kim Jong Il, top leader and leader of the Labour Party of Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Korean people, died. His deathContinue reading “PC (AP) Statement on Kim Jong-Il’s Death”

PCMLE: “The real emancipation of the peoples is the revolution and socialism”

From En Marcha, #1545 Organ of the Central Committee of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador August 19 to 25, 2011 As part of the work that the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations is carrying out, last July a meeting of the Latin American parties took place. At the meeting were the RevolutionaryContinue reading “PCMLE: “The real emancipation of the peoples is the revolution and socialism””

Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) Press Conference

THE SOCIO-CURRENT POLITICAL AND IMMEDIATE TASKS OF PEOPLES Thursday, June 2, 2011 at its headquarters located in Williams Town Distinguished journalists, Ladies and Gentlemen, The people of Côte d’Ivoire had believed that the outcome of the presidential election of 2010, regardless of the winner, take him peace. Ivory Coast will know the end of theContinue reading “Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) Press Conference”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Mao Endorses the “Three Worlds Theory” & Deng’s U.N. Speech

San fen shi jie lun, or The Theory of the Three-Part World Mao Zedong first talked about his idea of the “three-part world” in his meeting with Kenneth Kaunda, President of Zambia, on 22 February 1974. He said that there were “three worlds.” The United States and the Soviet Union belonged to the first world.Continue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Mao Endorses the “Three Worlds Theory” & Deng’s U.N. Speech”

66th anniversary of Hiroshima: A call to end imperialism and war

From the Communist Ghadar Party of India August 6th, 2011 marks the anniversary of the terrible crime committed by the United States against the Japanese people – civilian men, women and children. 66 years ago, the US dropped atom bombs on two towns of Japan. On August 6, 1945, the atom bomb was exploded overContinue reading “66th anniversary of Hiroshima: A call to end imperialism and war”