PCOF: Polemic on the Gulf War

Polemic from La Forge, January 1-15, 1992 “Polemic.” A lively general debate between different or contradictory ideas and positions. Polemics serve to make dynamic the exchange of points of view, to submit them to close criticism, to advance correct ideas. It requires the taking seriously of the points of view which it is proposed toContinue reading “PCOF: Polemic on the Gulf War”

The Communist League: The Soviet-Finnish War

Introduction After making the Soviet border regions more secure in Western Byelorussia and Western Ukraine, and acquiring defensive bases in the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, the Soviet Marxist-Leninists turned their attention to the vulnerability of their border with Finland. After being a Swedish province for 600 years, in 1808 Finland was cededContinue reading “The Communist League: The Soviet-Finnish War”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Enver Hoxha Quotes on Maoist Revisionism pt. 3

The following excerpt from the First Volume of Enver Hoxha’s “Reflections on China” shows the extent the reactionary foreign and laissez-faire policy to the American imperialist mouthpieces Tito and Ceaușescu. In a precursor to their reactionary and anti-communist “Three Worlds Theory” we see the Chinese already had their eyes on abandoning Marxist-Leninist principles for right-opportunism,Continue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Enver Hoxha Quotes on Maoist Revisionism pt. 3”

Trotsky Denies “Lenin’s Will”

In the Letter on the book by Eastman (Eastman’s Online Letter Book), written on July 1, 1925. http://www.marxists.org/archive/trotsky/1925/07/lenin.htm Translation: “Eastman says in several places that the Central Committee” hid “the party a large number of documents of extraordinary importance, written by Lenin during the last period of his life. (These documents are letters on theContinue reading “Trotsky Denies “Lenin’s Will””

Enver Hoxha on Soviet Revisionism

We now know that Enver Hoxha, not Mao, was the first to come out openly against Khrushchevite revisionism, and did not vacillitate like the Chinese revisionists did on the question of “anti-Stalinism” in the USSR and Yugoslav revisionism, which served American imperialism. — Espresso Stalinist. After the Hungarian uprising Yugoslavia’s relations with the USSR cooledContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on Soviet Revisionism”

Bill Bland on “Stalinism”

‘STALINISM’ An Address to the Sarat Academy in London on 30 April 1999 by Bill Bland I am grateful to the Sarat Academy for inviting me to speak to you on ‘Stalinism’. However, your choice of subject presented me with some difficulty, since I am a great admirer of Stalin and the word ‘Stalinism’ was introducedContinue reading “Bill Bland on “Stalinism””

On the Berlin Wall

“Throughout the 1950s, the East Germans and the Soviet Union repeatedly lodged complaints with the Soviets’ erstwhile allies in the West and with the United Nations about specific sabotage and espionage activities and called for the closure of the offices in West Germany they claimed were responsible, and for which they provided names and addresses.Continue reading “On the Berlin Wall”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: On the “Socialism” of the Maoist Revisionists

From the Journal “Reorganization” by the KKE (1918-1955) The issue of socialism is today one of the most central positions in political and ideological struggle taking place between the Marxists – Leninists and revisionists of all shades (Khrushchev, Tito, Chinese, Euro-Communists). In theory, the scientific understanding of socialism to find pleria formulated and integrated inContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: On the “Socialism” of the Maoist Revisionists”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Enver Hoxha – “It Is Not Right to Receive Nixon in Beijing. We Do Not Support It”

For ignorant Maoists who keep trolling my blog asking why Albania did not criticize China during the Mao era. As a matter of fact, there are many public documents that say otherwise. This is just one of them. So much for “no investigation, no right to speak!” — Espresso Stalinist It Is Not Right toContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Enver Hoxha – “It Is Not Right to Receive Nixon in Beijing. We Do Not Support It””

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Down with the “RCP-USA’s” Shameful Anti-Communist Attack on the Glorious Party of Labor of Albania!

In an editorial in the January 1979 issue of Revolution, the Central Organ of the Central Committee of the “Revolutionary Communist Party, USA”, the “RCP,USA” makes a vicious anti-communist attack on Comrade Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labor of Albania. The RCP leadership displayed its U.S. great-power chauvinism and essentially called for the overthrowContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Down with the “RCP-USA’s” Shameful Anti-Communist Attack on the Glorious Party of Labor of Albania!”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: The Communist Party of China and the 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U.

The Communist Party of China and the 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U. British & Irish Communist Organisation With this article we publish the sixth in the ongoing series on the origins of modern revisionism which has focussed on the Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The study takes up the issueContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: The Communist Party of China and the 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U.”

Mao Tsetung and Mao Tsetung Thought are Anti-Marxist-Leninist and Revisionist

Intro The following resolution was unanimously and enthusiastically passed at an internal conference of the Central Organization of U. S. Marxist-Leninists in March 1979, a conference attended by all comrades working under the discipline of the COUSML: “… the March, 1979 Internal Conference of the COUSML resolutely denounces Mao Tsetung and Mao Tsetung Thought asContinue reading “Mao Tsetung and Mao Tsetung Thought are Anti-Marxist-Leninist and Revisionist”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Kissinger says in his new book that US established a strategic partnership with Mao to contain the USSR

“A coalition of the United States, China, Japan and Europe was bound to prevail against the Soviet Union” (p. 285), Kissinger says. He also says that Beijing stressed the need for “peaceful development” (p. 508), which is another word for “peaceful coexistence”. He says that the Sino-American alliance “became central to the evolution of aContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Kissinger says in his new book that US established a strategic partnership with Mao to contain the USSR”

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”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: The Processes of the Capitalist Development of the Chinese Economy

“ALBANIA TODAY» No 2 / 1980 By Tomor Cerova — Docent, Professor at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Tirana In the economic, as in all the other fields, the Chinese revisionists have been spreading for many years now reformist, opportunistand revisionist views, and implementing the same practices either invented by them orContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: The Processes of the Capitalist Development of the Chinese Economy”