Moni Guha: Collapse of Socialism

Introduction The subject matter of our study is “Collapse of Socialism”. But socialism did never collapse it was usurped. This is a historical fact which is being denied. What collapsed in 1990 in Eastern Europe and in 1991 in the Soviet Union was market socialism of the revisionist regimes, not the Marxian socialism of theContinue reading “Moni Guha: Collapse of Socialism”

Cold War: a Marxist view

The Revolutionary Highway Has No Exits – The History of the Cold War By Arlen Tracey The Cold War, a global conflict between the United States and its allies in Western Europe, against the Soviet Union and its allies around the world, was a conflict that evolved and twisted itself over its decades of existence.Continue reading “Cold War: a Marxist view”

Molotov on Economics

“All of Khrushchev’s errors flowed from this mistake. Marx raised this question, and Lenin confirmed it in his essay State and Revolution. I know it well. There he wrote that at the final stage of communism the principle will be: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” The later formulationContinue reading “Molotov on Economics”

Outstanding Contribution to the Exposure of the Strategy of Imperialism & Modern Revisionism

by AGIM POPA (AGIM POPA — Professor, Editor-in-chief of «Zeri i popullit», organ of the CC of the Party of Labor of Albania.) The Marxist-Leninists oppose the regressive and counter-revolutionary strategy of imperialism, social-imperialism and revisionism, which try to stop and turn back the wheel of history, with their victorious Marxist-Leninist strategy of the revolutionContinue reading “Outstanding Contribution to the Exposure of the Strategy of Imperialism & Modern Revisionism”

The Communist League: Response to ‘Why Did the Soviet Union Collapse?’

For the original article, “Why Did the Soviet Union Collapse?” look here. Dear Comrades, Our delegate has reported to us the decision of the ‘Committee for the Marxist-Leninist Party’ to publish in the Committee’s journal the article entitled ‘Why Did The Soviet Union Collapse?’ the author of which is Comrade Ted Talbot, a former memberContinue reading “The Communist League: Response to ‘Why Did the Soviet Union Collapse?’”

Why Did the Soviet Union Collapse?

For the Communist League response to this article, see here. by Ted Hankin INTRODUCTION One of the most retailed reasons amongst Marxist-Leninists for the demise of the Soviet Union is the ‘traitors thesis’. At its crudest, the traitors thesis argues that the USSR was on track for socialism until the death of Stalin when aContinue reading “Why Did the Soviet Union Collapse?”

The Sino-Albanian Split & Khrushchev’s Attempted Coup against Socialist Albania

“The spillover from the Sino-Soviet conflict into Eastern Europe was evident almost immediately. In late 1960 and early 1961 the Albanian leader, Enver Hoxha, sparked a crisis with the Soviet Union by openly aligning his country with China, a precedent that caused alarm in Moscow. Quite apart from the symbolic implications of Hoxha’s move, KhrushchevContinue reading “The Sino-Albanian Split & Khrushchev’s Attempted Coup against Socialist Albania”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Regarding China’s Withdrawl of Aid from Albania

Just recently the government of the Peoples Republic of China announced the decision to withdraw all aid, including military and civil payments of credit, to the Peoples Socialist Republic of Albania. With this hostile act, the leadership of the government of the Peoples Republic of China has violated the principles of proletarian internationalism acting inContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Regarding China’s Withdrawl of Aid from Albania”

A Close Look at Shola-e Jawid; Afghanistan’s Communist Maoist Movement

by Habibullah Athaee This piece discusses the initiations behind the establishment of the Shola-e Jawid, its emergence as Afghanistan’s most influential leftist party at a particular time and the reasons behind the movement’s success and finally it is downfall. Taking a glance at the events that happened in 1960s around the globe, we can recallContinue reading “A Close Look at Shola-e Jawid; Afghanistan’s Communist Maoist Movement”

The KPD Anti-Revisionist Struggle in East Germany during the period 1976-1982

“Voice of Truth”, no EQUALITY. 3, 1-15 October 1993, p. 4 Among other discussions held in camps, international youth (fascist – anti-imperialist – young Marxist-Leninist party) from 07/23/1993 to 08/01/1993 in Berlin, was the mention of his companions KPD (Communist Party of Germany) part of the East. Germany for the action of the party duringContinue reading “The KPD Anti-Revisionist Struggle in East Germany during the period 1976-1982”

Enver Hoxha on the Hungarian Counterrevolution & Stalin’s Legacy in 1957

After the Hungarian uprising, Yugoslavia’s relations with the USSR cooled significantly in the 1957-1960 period. It was during this time that Hoxha was able to come to the defense of Stalin at the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Party of Labour of Albania on February 13, 1957. “But it was Hoxha who inContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on the Hungarian Counterrevolution & Stalin’s Legacy in 1957”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: Joint Statement in Opposition to the Cutting Off of Aid to Socialist Albania by the Government of China

Introduction The following statement is being issued by a number of Marxist-Leninist circles in the U.S. Although we have differences on various important questions, we are united on the contents of this statement, which expresses our firm opposition to the outrageous great-power chauvinist act of the government of the People’s Republic of China in cuttingContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Joint Statement in Opposition to the Cutting Off of Aid to Socialist Albania by the Government of China”

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”

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””