U.S. Citizens Used by F.B.I. Abroad

The New York Times February 16, 1975 Bureau Confirms Practice—Authorities Say It Does Not Violate the Law By JOHN M. CREWDSON Special to The New York Times WASHINGTON, Feb. 15—The Federal Bureau of Investigation periodically dispatches American citizens on intelligence-gathering missions outside the United States, according to a 42-Year-old Florida man who says he andContinue reading “U.S. Citizens Used by F.B.I. Abroad”

Prelude to Genocide: How Capitalism Caused the Balkan Wars

The U.S. claims that the Balkan people are gripped by irrational hatreds. And that the U.S. (the self-appointed “cop of the world”) and their allies have no choice but to step in, bomb, impose, threaten and dictate. The imperialists insist that the people of the Balkans need outside forces to dominate them–to save them fromContinue reading “Prelude to Genocide: How Capitalism Caused the Balkan Wars”

William Ash’s “Pickaxe and Rifle: The Story of the Albanian People” on Khrushchev’s Secret Speech

“At the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in February, 1956, after three years of preparation, Khrushchev presented in the report of the Central Committee a number of ‘new’ theses described as ‘a creative development of Marxist-Leninist theory’ which were in fact a complete departure from Marxism-Leninism. Collaboration with imperialism whichContinue reading “William Ash’s “Pickaxe and Rifle: The Story of the Albanian People” on Khrushchev’s Secret Speech”

Enver Hoxha on Class Struggle Under Socialism

“[The Party of Labor of Albania] has waged and is waging the class struggle in the correct Marxist-Leninist way, inside and outside the Party, and this is the motive force during the whole period of the transition from capitalism to socialism.” — Enver Hoxha, 1968 Selected Works Vol. IV p. 427,  “The Working Class in theContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on Class Struggle Under Socialism”

Enver Hoxha: On Palestine, Zionism and Arab Liberation

WEDNESDAY JULY 29, 1970 We Have Sympathy & Respect for the Arab People of Palestine A delegation of «Al-Fatah», Movement for the National Liberation of Palestine, is coming to our country these days for an official visit. Yasser Arafat personally asked our embassy in Cairo for permission to send a delegation. We have sympathy andContinue reading “Enver Hoxha: On Palestine, Zionism and Arab Liberation”

“My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 4)

12. Towards a free life – in the mountains After being on duty with the partisans in the mountains, I left Tirana on March 20th; the city I would not return to until its liberation. Along with my joy, I also felt an emptiness in my soul. I was leaving the city in which IContinue reading ““My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 4)”

“My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 3)

(Above) Anti-fascist demonstration in Tirana where Nexhmije saw Enver for the first time. They would later meet in a Partisan safehouse. 9. In Kucaka. Another Yugoslav emissary In Kucaka, near Korca, I met-up again with Enver. It had been a long time we had seen each other and we spent some time talking. He toldContinue reading ““My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 3)”

“My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 2)

5. A love born and brought up in war On May 22nd, I went to Enver’s base, which was in the house next to the Electric Power Plant of Tirana. (Today an Embassy has been built on this site). It was nearly ten o’clock. There I found Enver. He was happy at seeing me andContinue reading ““My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 2)”

“My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 1)

”MY LIFE WITH ENVER”; Memoirs Volume I By Nexhmije Hoxha Nobody but Enver Hoxha deserves the expression: “Glory goes to the ones not asking for it” COPYRIGHT: Of the original work belongs to the author; and of this translation jointly between the author and the translators – Alliance Marxist-Leninist. First published in Albanian; by “LIRA”Continue reading ““My Life With Enver” Nexhmije Hoxha’s Memoirs (Part 1)”

MLKP: Seminar against revisionism in Paris

Our party discusses international relations concrete, not in an abstract way. It considers these relations as comradely solidarity relations. Our party continuously arranges international meetings and thinks that these meetings play an important role to forward class struggle and international relations. The seminar, “Construction of socialism in Albania and Enver Hoxha in the struggle againstContinue reading “MLKP: Seminar against revisionism in Paris”

“New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part IV: International Relations and the Foreign Policy of the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania

Albania is the only socialist country in the world today, and as such its foreign policy is different from the foreign policy of any other country. It follows an open, independent policy, guided by the principles of Marxism-Leninism and proletarian internationalism. This means that Albania constantly guards and maintains its independence and defends the interestsContinue reading ““New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part IV: International Relations and the Foreign Policy of the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania”

“New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part III: Social and Cultural Development in the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania

The Albanian Educational System The struggle for the Albanian school has a long history. From early times, the Albanian people have had to fight, weapons in hand, for their education just as they have had to fight for their freedom. During the late 19th century and early 20th century, there were few schools in existenceContinue reading ““New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part III: Social and Cultural Development in the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania”

Thoughts on Titoism & its Revisionist Implications for the Future of Marxism-Leninism

“The Yugoslav communists and the Yugoslav people must attend to that matter; it is up to them to solve the problems of the present and the future of their country. It is in this context, also, that I see the problem of Kosova and the Albanian population living in other parts of Yugoslavia. We mustContinue reading “Thoughts on Titoism & its Revisionist Implications for the Future of Marxism-Leninism”

“New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part II: Socialist Construction in Albania

The People’s State Power The Establishment of Workers and Peasants Rule After the liberation of Albania from Nazi occupation in November 1944, a new revolutionary government was established based on the National Liberation Councils, which had been democratically elected during the War. The provisional democratic government represented the power of the working class in Albania,Continue reading ““New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part II: Socialist Construction in Albania”

“New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part I: Albania at the Crossroads: Annihilation or Liberation

At dawn on April 7, 1939, Italian fascist troops invaded Albania. This act brought Albania to the brink of extinction. Italy’s goal was the subjugation and assimilation of the entire Albanian population and territory under its fascist flag. The Albanian nation, with the oldest indigenous population in the region, was to be destroyed. The desiresContinue reading ““New Albania: A Small Nation, A Great Contribution!” Part I: Albania at the Crossroads: Annihilation or Liberation”