Wisdom From Enver Hoxha

Should we forget the major class issue, the struggle of the proletariat, that is, the solution of the great contradiction between the proletariat and the capitalist bourgeoisie, between capital and the proletariat, between the proletariat and the people, on the one hand, and the capitalist oligarchy and its state power, on the other hand? Should we forget that the state power of the bourgeoisie must be destroyed through struggle and the dictatorship of the proletariat established in its place, that the bourgeois capitalist order must be replaced by the socialist order? If we neglect or forget these things, or use formulae as a smokescreen, and in reality act differently, then we do not see, do not judge, and do not carry out things like Marxists.”

A nice statement.  Most of the American Communist parties, particularly the “C”PUSA, should take note of this quotation, as they have forgotten those things mentioned by Comrade Hoxha.

In my opinion…the Communist Party of China does not have a correct Marxist-Leninist line, that there are currents, factions and vacillations within it, and no stability, because there is no Marxist-Leninist unity of thought and action.”

And a bit on China.  Comrade Enver Hoxha was one of the first to recognise the anti-Marxist nature of the Chinese government.  It is interesting to note that Comrade Hoxha had nothing to gain from making these statements – he was simply defending Marxism-Leninism.  At the time, the Soviet Union was revisionist, and Comrade Hoxha broke ties with them.  He recognised the non-Marxist nature of Maoism, and broke ties with China.  In effect, he was alone.  Would he make such a statement, thereby totally isolating Albania, unless he believed it to be the truth?

He was the only legitimate Marxist-Leninist leader left in the world, and he was not afraid to denounce the revisionism that was cropping up everywhere.

All these things are occurring because their line in foreign and internal policy is not based on Marxism-Leninism, but on “Mao Tsetung thought”, which does not accord with the line of our Party, either in ideology, in policy or organization. “Mao Tsetung thought” is an opportunist liberal trend. And this is quite obvious in all the stands and actions of the Chinese leaders.”

Comrade Hoxha saw the truth of Maoism.  Any Communist that follows Maoism is going against Marxism-Leninism and, as such, can no longer be properly called anything but Bourgeois.

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