International Declaration: Elections no, Revolution yes!

From the 23rd to the 26th of May, 27 European countries members of the European Union will hold elections for the European Parliament. These so-called “European elections” are a joke, since the European Parliament is a travesty of bourgeois democracy. It is a Parliament that decides nothing, and that just serves to fund handsomely the more than 700 members of parliament who sit there playing make believe democracy.

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The Proletariat and the revolution

The proletariat is the revolution’s subject. It is the the most revolutionary class. Even when the majority of the proletariat slumbers and don’t struggle, is there no other class that can take the place of the proletariat.


Statement of the Finnish communists against the elections

Election Spring is approaching. On the 14th of April, the bourgeoisie holds the election of the parliament, and the europarlamentarian elections will be held within the EU zone at the end of May. Marx, the founder of our ideology, has said that in bourgeois democracy the oppressed are allowed to decide which member of the oppressing class will represent and trample down on them in the parliament. Therefore Marx stressed the need to replace the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie with the dictatorship of the proletariat through the revolutionary road.


Why socialist Revolution is a prerequisite for women’s emancipation

At an open meeting following the 8th of march in Trondheim, a question was raised during a discussion about socialism and women’s emancipation. A comrade said that often, when communist speak about revolution being a prerequisite for women’s emancipation, it its perceived to be an easy answer by others. It might appear as a biased answer, or appear like one believes that revolution will automatically remove the oppression of women. That’s not the case. It is neither an easy answer nor a claim that revolution will solve the problem automatically.

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New Website for Tjen Folket Media

We are launching the new site on 18. February, an important date in Norway’s history. On 18. February 1973, the foundation of Arbeidernes Kommunistparti (marxist – leninist) [Workers’ Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist)] was made public. The party was a part of the new communist movement in the 1970s, following the Communist Party of China in its international campaign under the banner of Mao Zedong Thought against the Soviet Union’s modern revisionism.


Debate: A pull towards the right

The blog “MLM-thoughts” has made a series of posts against maoism (MLM), under cover of being “MLM thoughts” (marxist-leninist-maoist thoughts, trans.). The first post attacks the Red Guards Austin (USA), and the second makes a similar but more extensive attack on an article from german Klassenstandpunkt.