Enver Hoxha on the Three Worlds Theory

“To divide the world in three means failure to recognize the characteristics of the epoch, to impede the advance of the proletariat and the peoples towards the revolution and national liberation, to impede their struggle against American imperialism, Soviet social-imperialism, capital and reaction in every country and in every corner of the world. The theoryContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on the Three Worlds Theory”

Enver Hoxha on J.V. Stalin’s Internationalism

“The Soviet leaders accuse Comrade Stalin of allegedly interfering with other parties,of imposing the views of the Bolshevik Party upon others. We can bear witness to the fact that at no time did Stalin do such a thing towards us, to the Albanian people and the Party of Labor of Albania, he always behaved asContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on J.V. Stalin’s Internationalism”

Enver Hoxha on the Titoite Betrayal

“Traitors to Marxism-Leninism, agents of imperialism and intriguers like Josif Broz Tito, try in a thousand ways, by hatching up diabolic schemes like the creation of a third force, to mislead these people and the newly-set up states [in Africa and Asia], to detach them from their natural allies, to hitch them up to U.S.Continue reading “Enver Hoxha on the Titoite Betrayal”

Bill Bland & Norberto Steinmayr: In Defence of Enver Hoxha

By Bill Bland & Norberto Steinmayr, (Former Secretaries of the Albanian Society) The Question of Dictatorship One of the main charges leveled against Enver Hoxha by the current regime in Albania and its supporters is that, during the period in which he was General, and then First, Secretary of the Party of Labour of Albania,Continue reading “Bill Bland & Norberto Steinmayr: In Defence of Enver Hoxha”

Bill Bland: Enver Hoxha As World Statesman

ALL IMAGES FROM “ENVER HOXHA”; Tirana (Talk by Bill Bland to an Albanian Society meeting in 1985) Transcribed by Comrade NS I feel that the title of my address – “Enver Hoxha as World Statesmen” – must have caused some raised eyebrows. Whether they like their policies or not, most people would accept Ronald ReaganContinue reading “Bill Bland: Enver Hoxha As World Statesman”

Enver Hoxha on the Rise of China as an Imperialist Superpower

“With the policy China is pursuing, it is becoming even more obvious that it is trying to strengthen the positions of capitalism at home and to establish its hegemony in the world, to become a great imperialist power, so that it, too, occupies, so to say, the ‘place it deserves.’ [….] We are now witnessingContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on the Rise of China as an Imperialist Superpower”

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia on Enver Hoxha

It should be noted that this article was written in the 1970’s under Soviet revisionism and therefore bears the ideological markings of social-imperialism in its evaluation of Comrade Enver. It mentions nothing of the titanic struggle of the Albanian Marxist-Leninists against revisionism and limits itself to mention of positions Hoxha held. It is through thisContinue reading “The Great Soviet Encyclopedia on Enver Hoxha”

Enver Hoxha on Africa

“Africa is a mosaic of peoples with an ancient culture. Each African people has its own culture, customs, way of life, which, with some variations, are at a very backward stage, for well-known reasons. The awakening of the bulk of these peoples has only recently begun. De jure, the African peoples, in general, have wonContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on Africa”

Enver Hoxha on the rise of U.S. Imperialism

“The United States of America became the leadership of the capitalist world and took upon itself the role of its ‘saviour.’ Thus the pretentions of American imperialism to world domination were placed on the agenda. ‘The victory in the Second World War,’ declared Harry Truman, who replaced Franklin Roosevelt as president, ‘faced the American peopleContinue reading “Enver Hoxha on the rise of U.S. Imperialism”

American Party of Labor: Insights into Socialist Albania from “Pickaxe and Rifle”

William Ash’s Pickaxe and Rifle: the Story of the Albanian People is a comprehensive, diversified, in-depth study and explanation of the experiences and the social system of the tiny, formerly Marxist-Leninist Balkan country. Ash was invited to travel to the People’s Socialist Republic of Albania in 1969. He visited again in 1971. He was given the opportunityContinue reading “American Party of Labor: Insights into Socialist Albania from “Pickaxe and Rifle””

Enver Hoxha on Earl Browder

“The first current which preceded the modern revisionism in power was Browderism. This current was born in the United States of America and took its name from the former general secretary of the Communist Party of the USA, Earl Browder. In 1944, when the victory of the peoples over fascism was clearly on the horizon,Continue reading “Enver Hoxha on Earl Browder”

Interview with Agim Xheka

SECRETARY OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE PARTY OF THE UNITED COMMUNISTS OF ALBANIA (This interview was requested by an independent newspaper but was not published) Q: At a press conference a few days ago the Party of the United Communists of Albania declared that it would take part in the national elections. Does this meanContinue reading “Interview with Agim Xheka”

Biography of Bill Bland

Biography Bland, William “Bill” (1916-2001) Bill Bland was born in the North of England, into a middle class home. He spent his politically formative years in the army of New Zealand, where he was active in the Communist Party as an educator. He returned to Britain in the post-war years as an ophthalmic optician. InContinue reading “Biography of Bill Bland”

Enver Hoxha on the Transition in Spain and the PCE

After the death of Franco, King Juan Carlos came to power in Spain. He is the representative of the Spanish big bourgeoisie, which, seeing that during its long rule the fascist regime had plunged the country into a grave crisis, came to the conclusion that Spain could no longer be governed as in Franco’s time.Continue reading “Enver Hoxha on the Transition in Spain and the PCE”

Book Review: “Trotskyism or Leninism?” by Harpal Brar

BOOK REVIEW “TROTSKYISM OR LENINISM?” by Harpal Brar, London, 1993 INTRODUCTION “Lenin’s methods lead to this: the party organisation first substitutes itself for the party as a whole; then the Central Committee substitutes itself for the organisation; and finally a single ‘dictator’ substitutes himself for the Central Committee…… “This evil-minded and morally repugnant suspicion of Lenin, thisContinue reading “Book Review: “Trotskyism or Leninism?” by Harpal Brar”