Nikos Zahariadis: Tito Clique’s Stab in the Back to People’s Democratic Greece

From For a Lasting Peace, For a People’s Democracy! No. 15 (42), 1 August, 1949 Nikos Zahariadis General Secretary, Communist Party of Greece Every inhabitant of Greece knows very well that monarcho-fascism would not have been able to hold out for a few months had it not been for the all-round and open aid ofContinue reading “Nikos Zahariadis: Tito Clique’s Stab in the Back to People’s Democratic Greece”

Why Yugoslavia Was Expelled from the Cominform

Below is a commonly-reprinted argument, the idea that the Titoites broke with the USSR over the question of not helping the Greek Communists enough. Is this true? Not according to Nikos Zahariadis, General Secretary of the KKE and the symbol of Marxism-Leninism in Greece. This Yugoslav-leaning article will be followed by his essay. — EspressoContinue reading “Why Yugoslavia Was Expelled from the Cominform”

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”

VI Congress of Emek Partisi

From En Marcha # 1562 January 5 to 13, 2012 Resolution We support the peoples who have rebelled for their rights and their freedom; we condemn the imperialist conspiracies against Syria and Iran. Throughout 2011, the Arab peoples of North Africa and the Near East have risen one after another. They do not want toContinue reading “VI Congress of Emek Partisi”

Nikos Zachariadis on Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism

“It is our duty, armed with the theory and the method of Marx – Engels – Lenin – Stalin, the ideological arsenal of Marxism – Leninism – Stalinism, to study and dissects Greek life and reality with a time of changes and developments to analyze and know the modern Greek, local peculiarities and characteristics, toContinue reading “Nikos Zachariadis on Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism”

PCMLE: Economic crisis in Greece destabilizes the European financial system

En Marcha, May 4, 2010 Greece with its small crisis could be the straw that breaks the camel and cause a new general decline in stock markets in Europe and the world. EUR 300 billion is external debt of Greece, however, support the “Eurozone” will be over 100 billion euros. A huge injection of resources thatContinue reading “PCMLE: Economic crisis in Greece destabilizes the European financial system”

PCMLE: 2011 – A Year of Youth Mobilization & Struggle

En Marcha, January 5, 2012 The crisis of capitalism and its effects on the world worsened in the 2011, the demonstrations, protests and launched shots of places young people and made them key players in an intense struggle against unpopular regimes and policies demanding democracy, freedom and better living conditions. The first country to moveContinue reading “PCMLE: 2011 – A Year of Youth Mobilization & Struggle”

Turkey: Sixth Congress of the Labour Party (EMEP) Resolution

We support people who have rebelled for their rights and freedoms, condemn the imperialist conspiracies against Syria and Iran. During 2011, the Arab peoples of North Africa and the Middle East have raised a after another. They did not want to be reported to the consequences of the hegemony of monopoly capitalism, nor voted onContinue reading “Turkey: Sixth Congress of the Labour Party (EMEP) Resolution”

More photos from PAME-“K”KE stance on October 20

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The reformist leaders of the “K” KE-PAME: Impact force of the capital upheld the reactionary bourgeois parliament

Surprised thousands of workers striking protesters and anti-fascists of various political orientations and members-but fans of “K” KE-PAME who were in Constitution Square the second (20 Ochtovri) day of 48-hour strike they first saw the reformist leaders to assume stewardship the reactionary bourgeois parliament and ensuring the “Order and Security”, ie the imposition of bourgeoisContinue reading “The reformist leaders of the “K” KE-PAME: Impact force of the capital upheld the reactionary bourgeois parliament”

KKE 1918-55: The reformist leaders of the “K” KE-PAME: Impact force of the capital upheld the reactionary bourgeois parliament

Thousands of workers who were striking and protesting, anti-fascists of various political orientations, even members and followers of “K”KE and PAME in Syntagma Square outside the Greek Parliament the second day (October 20) of the 48-hour general strike were surprised when they saw the reformist leaders to assume stewardship of the reactionary bourgeois parliament andContinue reading “KKE 1918-55: The reformist leaders of the “K” KE-PAME: Impact force of the capital upheld the reactionary bourgeois parliament”

KKE 1918-1955 – PAME: at the service of capital, the divisive and strikebreaking role of its reformist leaders

On the occasion of its 3rd Panhellenic Conference In the reformist “Announcement-call” of PAME (=”All Workers’ Militant Front”) (“Rizospastis”, 27/5/2007) on the occasion of its third panhellenic conference, it is mentioned that the founding of PAME, in 1999, is “an accomplishment of the working class” and that PAME acts according to the line of “classContinue reading “KKE 1918-1955 – PAME: at the service of capital, the divisive and strikebreaking role of its reformist leaders”

KKE 1918-1955: On the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Greek Democratic Army

Article published in Revolutionary Democracy Vol. XIII, No. 2, September 2007. In the end of spring of 1945, coming back to Greece from the German concentration camp in which he was imprisoned, Nikos Zachariades, the Secretary General of the Communist Party of Greece, came across and faced a specific reality. a) A large political, progressiveContinue reading “KKE 1918-1955: On the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Greek Democratic Army”

US Ambassador Echoes Cecil Rhodes

By Stephen Gowans September 24, 2011 – http://gowans.wordpress.com When in 1916 Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin expounded what historian V.G. Kiernan would later call virtually the only serious theory of imperialism, despite its shortcomings (1), Lenin cited Cecil Rhodes as among the “leading British bourgeois politicians (who) fully appreciated the connection between what might be calledContinue reading “US Ambassador Echoes Cecil Rhodes”

Greek unions call strike December 1

Greece’s two main unions GSEE (the General Confederation of Greek Workers) – ADEDY (the Civil Servants’ Confederation) have called a 24-hour general strike December 1 to protest government plans to pass new austerity measures including spending cuts, tax increase and state-asset sales. The Movement for the Reorganisation of the KKE 1918-55 supports the strike andContinue reading “Greek unions call strike December 1”