PCMLE: Fidel Castro Ruz: Comandante of the Cuban Revolution Has Died, We Honor His Memory!

Communiqué of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador, PCMLE On the night of November 25, Fidel Castro Ruz, Comandante of the Cuban Revolution, has died and the Cuban people, the peoples of Latin America and the world mourn his death. Fidel, throughout his life, was an outstanding revolutionary leader, and along with his comrades suchContinue reading “PCMLE: Fidel Castro Ruz: Comandante of the Cuban Revolution Has Died, We Honor His Memory!”

ICMLPO: Communiqué on the Death of Fidel Castro

On January 1 1959 the Cuban revolution triumphed. Several years of guerrilla struggle waged in the mountains of the Island, courageous fights of the working class, youth and people developed in the cities culminated in victory. Ninety miles from Yankee imperialism, the Cuban revolutionaries broke with the thesis of “geographic fatalism” according to which, becauseContinue reading “ICMLPO: Communiqué on the Death of Fidel Castro”

ICMLPO Resolution on Colombia

The Parties and Organizations participating in the XXII International Plenary have carried out a detailed monitoring of the Colombian reality, especially of the activities that are realised today in this country for the peace. Our Conference wants to take advantage of this occasion to reiterate its full support to the working class, the labourers andContinue reading “ICMLPO Resolution on Colombia”

Final Declaration of the 25th International Anti-Fascist and Anti-imperialist Youth Camp

On August 10, 2016, the 25th International Anti-Fascist and Anti-Imperialist Youth Camp (IAFAIYC) ended, which began on August 3 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, under the slogan: For solidarity, peace and freedom. Hundreds of democratic, progressive, environmentalist, leftist, feminist, anti-fascist, anti-imperialist and revolutionary youths met to analyze the realities of each people, coming from: PuertoContinue reading “Final Declaration of the 25th International Anti-Fascist and Anti-imperialist Youth Camp”

Withdraw from Syria for the War to End!

The shelling of Jarablus targeting ISIS, following the attack on a Kurdish wedding in Gaziantep that took 54 lives, show that the government have not learnt anything from the outcomes of its policy on Syria. Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş had stated “What Turkey is suffering today is a result of the policy on Syria”.Continue reading “Withdraw from Syria for the War to End!”

Michael Parenti: Is Nicaragua More Democratic Than the United States?

[From: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Number 26, Summer 1986] To justify the policies of attack, encirclement, embargo, and destabilization directed against Nicaragua, the Reagan administration has charged that the Sandinista government is on the road to totalitarianism, that it denies religious and political freedom and is a threat to the security of its neighbors. TheContinue reading “Michael Parenti: Is Nicaragua More Democratic Than the United States?”

Michael Parenti: The Costs of Counterrevolution: Must We Ignore Imperialism?

The following are excerpts from the book “The Sword and the Dollar: Imperialism, Revolution, and the Arms Race” by Michael Parenti, published by St. Martin’s Press, 1989. The Costs of Counterrevolution Throughout the 1980s, the counterrevolutionary mercenaries who have waged war against such countries as Nicaragua, Angola, and Mozambique, were described as “guerrillas.” In fact, they wonContinue reading “Michael Parenti: The Costs of Counterrevolution: Must We Ignore Imperialism?”

Party of Labor of Iran (Toufan): Solidarity with Syria

The English Facebook page of the Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan) has interviewed the comrade in charge of the Office of Foreign Relations of the Party, Comrade Jaafar Paknia, on the situation in Syria. The following is the text of the interview. Comrade Jaafar, thank you for the time you are spending with usContinue reading “Party of Labor of Iran (Toufan): Solidarity with Syria”

V.I. Lenin on the Revolution, Democracy, and Democratic Demands

“The proletariat cannot be victorious except through democracy, i.e., by giving full effect to democracy and by linking with each step of its struggle democratic demands formulated in the most resolute terms. It is absurd to contrapose the socialist revolution and the revolutionary struggle against capitalism to a single problem of democracy, in this case, the national question. WeContinue reading “V.I. Lenin on the Revolution, Democracy, and Democratic Demands”

Lin Biaoism and the Third World: How Idealism Distorts Class

by Espresso Stalinist An odd phenomenon is haunting the halls of Maoism – a chauvinist set of ideas loosely forged from the writings of Chinese military officer and politician Lin Biao. These ideas, to the extent to which they form coherent ideology at all, can roughly be termed “Lin Biaoism.” To be perfectly clear, IContinue reading “Lin Biaoism and the Third World: How Idealism Distorts Class”

ICMLPO (Unity & Struggle): Solidarity and Support to the People of Ecuador

The International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Party Parties Organizations and (ICMLPO) express its deep condolences to the families of the victims and its full solidarity with the people of Ecuador hit by a strong earthquake. As usual, in the capitalist regime the more affected by this kind of natural phenomena are the poorest, the deprived workers.Continue reading “ICMLPO (Unity & Struggle): Solidarity and Support to the People of Ecuador”

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia on the American Revolution

American Revolution (in Russian, War of Independence in North America of 1775-83), the revolutionary liberation war of the 13 British colonies in North America against British colonial domination, during which an independent state was established—the United States of America. The American Revolution was prepared for by the entire preceding socioeconomic history of the colonies. TheContinue reading “The Great Soviet Encyclopedia on the American Revolution”

Marxism vs. Indigenism: An Anti-Critique of Ward Churchill

This article was posted in 2008 by Rowland Keshena on a blog which is no longer active. Though there are some very pronounced ideological problems with this essay (particularly its references to “Stalinism,” as well as the “anthropocentrism” of Marxism and the idea that the concept of domination of nature by man is somehow “Judeo-Christian,” itContinue reading “Marxism vs. Indigenism: An Anti-Critique of Ward Churchill”

Fidel Castro on Human Rights

“Mr. President, distinguished representatives: Human rights are often spoken of, but we must also speak of humanity’s rights. Why should some people walk around barefoot so that others may travel in expensive cars? Why should some live only thirty-five years so that others may live seventy? Why should some be miserably poor so that others mayContinue reading “Fidel Castro on Human Rights”

Grover Furr: The Fallacies of Afrocentrism

A few days ago I posted an article I wrote back in ’91 when the college’s black student org. invited Leonard Jeffries to come to speak. In it I ran through, though very briefly (for space), some of the fallacies of Afrocentrism. Here is a little more about them, in no special order. Afrocentrism seriouslyContinue reading “Grover Furr: The Fallacies of Afrocentrism”