Khrushchev Lied But What Is the Truth?

Written by Roger Keeran Khrushchev Lied: The Evidence That Every ‘Revelation’ of Stalin’s (and Beria’s) ‘Crimes’ in Nikita Khrushchev’s Infamous ‘Secret Speech’ to the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union on February 25, 1956 is Provably False by Grover Furr. Kettering, Ohio: Erythros Press and Media, 2011. $25.00. Pp. 425. InContinue reading “Khrushchev Lied But What Is the Truth?”

Clara Zetkin: a fighter for the liberation of working women

On the anniversary of 75 years, Clara Zetkin received a unique gift. A greeting of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, who was addressing “the fearless spokesman of the proletarian revolution, the friend and companion of the working masses of the USSR and a fighter for the liberation of theContinue reading “Clara Zetkin: a fighter for the liberation of working women”

Writings on the Role of Lavrenty Beria

Stalin and supporters continued this struggle against opposition from other elements in the Bolshevik Party, resolutely but with diminishing chances for success, until Stalin died in March 1953. Lavrentii Beria’s determination to continue this same struggle seems to be the real reason Khrushchev and others murdered him, either judicially, by trial on trumped-up charges inContinue reading “Writings on the Role of Lavrenty Beria”

Alliance (Marxist-Leninist): Where We Stand – Beria and the Berlin Rising of 1953

Fifty years after, the risings and riots, of the working class in June 1953, across the German Democratic republic (GDR) – notably in Berlin, remain controversial amongst Marxist-Leninists. Some argue this was a genuine revolt of the German working class. Others, supporters of post-Stalin USSR, argue they were imperialist provocations. Alliance Marxist-Leninist will argue that:Continue reading “Alliance (Marxist-Leninist): Where We Stand – Beria and the Berlin Rising of 1953”

PC (AP): Letter to the Russian Embassy in Santiago, Chile

Thursday, December 1, 2011 Under the 94th Anniversary of the October Revolution, leaders and members of the Chilean Communist Party (Proletarian Action), PC (AP), 11:00 hours, delivered a letter to the Russian embassy, ​​were chanted slogans against the semi-fascist dictatorship of the Medvedev-Putin mafia, alive at 94 years of working and popular epic, the leadersContinue reading “PC (AP): Letter to the Russian Embassy in Santiago, Chile”

The Comintern on Fascism

“A genuine misunderstanding within the ranks of the Comintern [in regard to fascism] also existed. First, it did not consider seriously the possibility that conclusions could be drawn from the Italian experience. This was seen somehow as an event unique to backward, peripheral societies, and not to advanced, ‘democratic’ ones. Second, the Comintern on theContinue reading “The Comintern on Fascism”

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”

PCMLV: Che – Marxist-Leninist

A year ago we published the article with the name “News of Che and the struggle against opportunism” in our newspaper Revolutionary Steel. Today, we celebrate 4 years of the existence of our glorious party under the motto Marxist-Leninist Che! We feel the need to rewrite, adding some elements that because of time we wereContinue reading “PCMLV: Che – Marxist-Leninist”

The Fascist Hungarian Counterrevolution of 1956

Western liberal states often use anti-communism as a means of keeping the people in line. Most of the time they don’t dare openly support any fascist movement, but many times they do so covertly. Such is the case with the fascist rebellion of 1956 in Hungary. In making their analysis of the events in Hungary,Continue reading “The Fascist Hungarian Counterrevolution of 1956”

PCMLE: The Russian Revolution of October 1917

In the revolution carried out by the Bolsheviks in October 1917, it was shown that the construction of socialism is possible only provided that the principles of Marxism are maintained and remain firmly. On October 25, 1917, according to the old Russian calendar, or November 7, the current schedule, the Bolsheviks led and organized armedContinue reading “PCMLE: The Russian Revolution of October 1917”

PCMLV: The Bolshevik Revolution: 94 years, Present & Necessary

At 94 years of the October revolution, the proletarians of all countries should follow the glorious example of those days where workers “took heaven by assault.” Introduction This article is a chronological description of the events of the October Revolution, as we believe that there is already enough material in publications such fraternal parties. WhatContinue reading “PCMLV: The Bolshevik Revolution: 94 years, Present & Necessary”

The Zinoviev Trial

By D. N. Pritt K.C., M.P. The trial of Zinoviev, Kamenev, Yefdokimov, Bakaief, and twelve other persons accused of participation in terrorist conspiracies against the Government of the Soviet Union, which was held in Moscow in the latter part of August 1936, resulting in all the accused being sentenced to death and executed, has givenContinue reading “The Zinoviev Trial”

Meeting to Commemorate 94th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution Held in New Delhi

The Workers’ Unity Trade Union (WUTU) organised a meeting to commemorate the 94th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution on 6th November, 2011 at the Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi. The meeting was well attended by a large number of participants including representatives from Janpaksh, New Trade Union Initiative (NTUI), Marxist Communist Party ofContinue reading “Meeting to Commemorate 94th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution Held in New Delhi”

The Battle of Moscow

Seventy years ago, in the autumn of 1941, one of the fiercest World War II battles – the Battle of Moscow – took place. For Hitler, whose army had easily marched its way through half of Europe, it was the first serious defeat. When in June 1941 Hitler moved his troops into the Soviet Union,Continue reading “The Battle of Moscow”

KKE 1918-55: Comrade Stella Delifoti passed away

On July 6 the EAM-ELAS fighter and the glorious Democratic Army of Greece (DSE) guerilla Comrade Stella Delifoti died and buried in her village. She left her last breath in Athens, where she lived after the return from Poland. Comrade Stella was born in 1926 in the village of Dress Pella, where she grew up.Continue reading “KKE 1918-55: Comrade Stella Delifoti passed away”