This article on China shows that the degree of Chinese monopoly and export of finance capital is enormous, among the top in the world, and that the Chinese bourgeoisie is not a comprador bourgeoisie, but rather an independent national bureaucracy-bourgeoisie, with their own independent imperialist ambitions. And thereby, there is no doubt that the Indian and Latin American comrades are correct when they say that China is an imperialist country.
First – this is just an attempt to give short presentation of what Maoism is and why communists today must be Maoists. To keep this short, the text will not contain many arguments or examples, but it will only present some of the most important conclusions that Maoists have arrived at today.
When we put forward our slogan we receive many questions. For this we are happy, we are fond of discussion. Here are fourteen common questions and critiques we meet, and some of our attempts to give brief answers.
The man who carried out the attack was apprehended by a 65-year old inside the mosque, was tied down, and later arrested by the police. According to the police, he is an ethnic Norwegian. According to members of the mosque, he was white and wore a white helmet, a bulletproof vest, and a uniform. The police have found many weapons in the mosque.
We say that Maoism IS Marxism today. Maoism is not a “Chinese Marxism”—it is today’s Marxism for today’s world. Marxism must develop in order to be Marxism. It cannot become rigid like some religious dogma. Just as Leninism was Marxism yesterday, Maoism is Marxism today. Today, pre-Maoist Marxism is rigid dogmatism that belongs to another time.
Chairman Gonzalo is the greatest Maoist of our time. His analysis is that bourgeois liberal democracy and parliamentarism are undermined in our epoch. Bourgeois parliamentarism and liberal rights like freedom of expression, assembly and organization were in their time closely linked to the bourgeois revolutions and the ideals of the age of enlightenment. As such they marched together with the bourgeois in the first phase of capitalism in the 18th and 19th centuries.
60 Norwegian soldiers will join the UN forces, which number more than 12,000 in total military strength and come from a variety of countries, primarily French-speaking African countries.
In Peru, the PCP raised the banner of Maoism and people’s war until communism. It became the inspiration for parties and groups in many countries, including the people’s wars in the Philippines, Nepal, and India.