The revolutionary characteristics of Democratic Kampuchea

"The new Kampuchean regime has five distinctive revolutionary characteristics. One is the continuing and substantial revolutionary secrecy. Although the Communist Party, which led the revolution, publicly revealed its existence last fall, only a small number of its leaders is known. When speaking, Kampuchean Communists habitually use quiet tones, almost a half-whisper.. In our travels from … Continue reading The revolutionary characteristics of Democratic Kampuchea

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The bartering system in Democratic Kampuchea

"One unique feature of the new Cambodia is that money has been withdrawn from general circulation. Instead, goods are exchanged through a sophisticated barter system. I got an explanation of how this works at the Meas cooperative near Kompong Cham, one of the few we were allowed to visit. The 300 residents of this cooperative … Continue reading The bartering system in Democratic Kampuchea

NACAZAI talks about the revolutionary potential of America

"The USA, the epicenter of imperialism, fortress of world Zionism and the exterminationist settler-colonialist project, whose creation and maintenance entails the greatest systematic crimes in world history, is not a valid nation, but a project whose very existence negates the alienable rights of usurped people. We argue that it is incapable, under any circumstances, of … Continue reading NACAZAI talks about the revolutionary potential of America

“How long should our unawareness continue?”- Ibrahim bin Ad-ham

"Our hearts were covered with three seals, and verily, the slave will not reach certainty [in Faith] until these seals are removed: delight in what is there, sorrow for what has been lost and rejoice by receiving praise. When you are delighted with what you have, you are a tightwad. If you grieve for what … Continue reading “How long should our unawareness continue?”- Ibrahim bin Ad-ham

Democratic Kampuchea talks about it’s Foreign Policy

"Democratic Kampuchea, born after the great victory of April 17th, 1975, resolutely follows the policy of non-alignment. This is a strategical and non-occasional position, for it corresponds to the profound aspirations of our people. We have firmly abided by this position since 1955, and this position was constantly prevailing during the whole war for national … Continue reading Democratic Kampuchea talks about it’s Foreign Policy

(Opinion) Riley Dennis and the importance of the Syrian Conflict (Pt.2): Anti-Imperialism against Hilary Clinton

This piece is in response to a video that Riley Dennis recently made, here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U77nA8rJL6Y&t=331s While 14:11 isn't exclusively a third-worldist site or paper, it does draw from some of the conclusions that third-worldists come to, specifically with regard to the revolutionary potential of the first world worker. It's hard to deny that … Continue reading (Opinion) Riley Dennis and the importance of the Syrian Conflict (Pt.2): Anti-Imperialism against Hilary Clinton

The Khmer Rouge talk about the struggle to liberate Kampuchea

"The people gave us support by hiding food and by hiding our guerrilla forces and cadres. This taught our cadres to be vigilant in following the party line of combining with the masses and relying upon the masses. Our army was not very big then. It fought with bows and arrows, especially in the northeast … Continue reading The Khmer Rouge talk about the struggle to liberate Kampuchea

NACAZAI talks about the alienation of the youth

(NACAZAI or the North American Committee against Zionism and Imperialism is a now despanded group, it had ties to the DPRK and was big in the early 2000's. It also seemed to have ties to the Rural People's Party as well, their site can be found on the Wayback Machine. Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20090131143117/http://nacazai.org/ ) "Contrary to … Continue reading NACAZAI talks about the alienation of the youth

Kim Jong Il exposes the military industrial complex (monopoly capital)

"After the war the US monopoly capitalists were confronted with a vital problem: how to maintain their colossal munitions industry, and what to do with their tremendous amount of surplus capital. The US imperialists clamoured about a 'communist threat' in order to provide an excuse for continuing to expand their munitions industry, adopted the policy … Continue reading Kim Jong Il exposes the military industrial complex (monopoly capital)