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Nathalie Cardone: Hasta Siempre

To commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the birth of the heroic Marxist-Leninist guerrilla leader, Ernesto Che Guevara, here is Nathalie Cardone’s video for “Hasta Siempre

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Long Live the Universal Contributions of Comrade Joseph Stalin

December 21, 2009 marks the 130th anniversary of the birth of Comrade Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin and working and oppressed people around the world will celebrate this historic date. To commemorate the birth of this outstanding proletarian revolutionary here are some quotes, followed by some longer articles, highlighting his achievements and contributions to Marxist-Leninist theory and to the cause of socialism. The Marxist-Leninist would encourage those interested to read the 1947 political biography of Stalin published by the Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute as well as the other texts below.

For a collection of material on the struggle of the Bolshevik Party against Trotskyism, see Against Trotskyism: A Reading Guide.

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Cuba: 50 years of revolution

The following article is from Proletarian (December 2008), the newspaper of the Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist).

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New Year’s Day is a day for celebrating, not only as it is the dawn of a new calendar year but also as it marks the triumphant day on which the Cuban people ousted the military dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista, so ridding themselves of the shackles of capitalism and setting out on the road toward socialism.

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Kal Aaj Aur Kal

Thanks to Red Diary for posting this beautiful song and the translation of its lyrics. The song is Kal Aaj Aur Kal (Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow) written by Aitzaz Ahsan, a leader of the lawyers’ movement in Pakistan. This version of the song and the video is from the album Umeed-e-Sahar (Hope of Dawn) by Laal.

Music by Shahram Azhar and Taimur Rahman of Laal, the Band.

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Che Guevara: Create Two, Three, Many Vietnams

Today, October 9th, is the anniversary of the assassination of the Cuban revolutionary, Che Guevara. In honor of Che, I would like to post this, his most famous speech, the ‘Message to the Tricontinental‘ (1967).

How close we could look into a bright future should two, three or many Vietnams flourish throughout the world with their share of deaths and their immense tragedies, their everyday heroism and their repeated blows against imperialism, impelled to disperse its forces under the sudden attack and the increasing hatred of all peoples of the world!

Che Guevara and Mao Zedong

Message to the Tricontinental

“Now is the time of the furnaces, and only light should be seen.”
Jose Marti

Twenty-one years have already elapsed since the end of the last world conflagration; numerous publications, in every possible language, celebrate this event, symbolized by the defeat of Japan. There is a climate of apparent optimism in many areas of the different camps into which the world is divided.

Twenty-one years without a world war, in these times of maximum confrontations, of violent clashes and sudden changes, appears to be a very high figure. However, without analyzing the practical results of this peace (poverty, degradation, increasingly larger exploitation of enormous sectors of humanity) for which all of us have stated that we are willing to fight, we would do well to inquire if this peace is real. Continue reading