Monthly Archives: February 2011

Bourgeois China

An article from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune shows the true character of “Communist” China: “Cirrus Industries of Duluth, a manufacturer of general aviation planes, announced Monday that it has been sold to China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co. (CAIGA).Terms of the … Continue reading

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The "Maoist Internationalist Movement" and Others

I just want to make a quick statement on two of the Maoist organisations that are “active” on the internet. The MIM and the RCP are two small (according to an MIM site “MIM is a small organization.” the RCP … Continue reading

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Against Maoism

“The stand taken by the leadership of the Communist Party of China offers a striking example of the harm that can be done to the common cause of Communists by a departure from Marxism-Leninism and a break with internationalism.” – … Continue reading

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A Passage From: A Critique of Mao Tse-tung’s Theoretical Conceptions

“GREAT PROLETARIAN CULTURAL REVOLUTION”, OR DRIVE AGAINST WORLD CULTURE [introduction.] Marx’s aphorism about “revolutions being locomotives of history” applies equally to society’s material and spiritual life. Socialist revolution is not only a fundamental and qualitative transformation of the whole system … Continue reading

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Revisionism

The danger of revisionism is that it rejects Marxism-Leninism while claiming to be developing it. Modern revisionists are generally in one of two camps: those that try to kill the revolutionary spirit of Communism (they deny the necessity for a … Continue reading

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Ho Chi Minh

One of the greatest leaders of the Marxist-Leninist Movement was Ho Chi Minh – the man that lead Vietnam to victory over French and US Imperialism. I’d like to post a few quotes from this great Marxist-Leninist: “Under the glorious … Continue reading

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Dimitrovism

Some comrades have asked what it is that sets Dimitrovism apart from the various branches of Marxism-Leninism that exist today (Hoxhaism, Stalinism, Maoism, Juche [although I do not consider Maoism or Juche to be Marxist-Leninist in the least]), and etc…The … Continue reading

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