The victory of the armed people’s movement in Myanmar is unstoppable

By | 05/20/2024

Armed groups of national minorities and people fighting in different regions in Myanmar against the fascist Tatmadaw junta have achieved successive victories. From separate efforts, the unity and coordination of the armed anti-junta groups have increased. Simultaneous and, in some parts, coordinated offensives from late 2023 have also accelerated. They are confident in significantly weakening, if not completely overthrowing, the despised regime this year. National minorities have been fighting… Read More »

On the draft Call for a day of mobilization against the wars of capital

By | 02/20/2024

Recently, the European Coordination Committee of the ICOR sent out a draft Call for a day of mobilization against the wars of capital. Unfortunately, this draft actually distorts the Russian-Ukrainian conflict and propose a completely invalid analysis. For starters, the allegation that the war in Ukraine began just on February 24, 2022, is completely wrong. Actually, this war began in the spring of 2014, when the Kyiv chauvinistic neo-Bandera regime tried to suppress the national liberation movement in the southeastern border region with… Read More »

On Russia’s military presence in Latin America

By | 06/26/2023

In short. The draft call of the ICOR on the World Day of Peace on September 1, 2015 included a number of clearly Russophobic propositions. There was a ridiculously exaggerated assessment of the Russian military presence in Latin America and the Caribbean among them. The Russian Maoist Party immediately pointed out the mistakes of the draft and asked to convey our criticism to the other member parties of the ICOR. The ICOR office, however, delayed this for almost a month while the project was being signed. After that, we… Read More »

Sri Lankan crisis: what was wished, what arrived, and what shall be

By | 06/10/2023

Aragalaya: the Roots When the mass protests dubbed ‘the Aragalaya’ started in Colombo in February, not many suspected a foreign hand, for public disaffection with the government was strong because of its mishandling of the economy had led to shortages of food, fuel and many essential items including patent medicine. Prices were on the rise… Read More »

Reply to Comrade Kuo Mo-jo

By | 06/09/2023

–to the tune of Man Chiang Hung On this tiny globeA few flies dash themselves against the wall,Humming without cease,Sometimes shrilling,Sometimes moaning. Ants on the locust tree assume a great-nation swaggerAnd mayflies lightly plot to topple the giant tree.The west wind scatters leaves over Changan,And the arrows are flying, twanging. So many deeds cry out… Read More »

On the Social Basis of the Lin Piao Anti-Party Clique

By | 05/19/2023

Speaking of the necessity for a clear understanding of the question of the proletariat exercising dictatorship over the bourgeoisie, Chairman Mao pointed out explicitly: “It would be quite easy for people like Lin Piao to push the capitalist system if they come to power. Therefore, we should read some more Marxist-Leninist works.” This brings up… Read More »

Mao Zedong, ‘We Hope the Arab Countries Will Unite’

By | 05/04/2023

This is the main part of Mao Zedong’s talk with a visiting Syrian goodwill delegation. All revolutionaries and political parties in Asia should unite against imperialism. The strength of one or two countries is insufficient, but they can become a formidable force by uniting together. The entire Arab world is confronting imperialism. We hope the Arab countries will unite. The hands of the Americans stretch very far, committing aggression everywhere.… Read More »