How Kampuchea viewed Vietnam invading their country

"Militarization of the Vietnamese economy was creating serious strains. Industrial development was falling increasingly behind schedule (falling short of planned quotas by 15% at the end of 1978, according to Vietnamese official figures). The agricultural sector, still largely unmodernized, was extended to the utmost and encountering serious difficulties- 1978 saw a rice deficit of three … Continue reading How Kampuchea viewed Vietnam invading their country

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Joseph Stalin talks about Socialism in One Country in a simple way

"The first side of the question of the victory of Socialism in our country embraces the problem of the mutual relations between classes in our country. This concerns the sphere of internal relations. Can the working class of our country overcome the contradictions with our peasantry and establish an alliance, collaboration with them? Can the … Continue reading Joseph Stalin talks about Socialism in One Country in a simple way

Joseph Stalin talks about the contradictions within the capitalist system

"It is said that the law of the average rate of profit is the basic economic law of modern capitalism. That is not true. Modern capitalism, monopoly capitalism, cannot content it-self with the average profit, which moreover has a tendency to decline, in view of the increasing organic composition of capital. It is not the … Continue reading Joseph Stalin talks about the contradictions within the capitalist system

What is Fascism? The beginning of a discussion about what it means to be a Fascist.

"The foundation of Fascism is the conception of the State, its character, its duty, and its aim. Fascism conceives of the State as an absolute, in comparison with which all individuals or groups are relative, only to be conceived of in their relation to the State. The conception of the Liberal State is not that … Continue reading What is Fascism? The beginning of a discussion about what it means to be a Fascist.

Liberalism is the Death of Nations: by Arthur Moeller van den Bruck

"When the World War broke out, the western newspapers blazed with the headline: la liberte est en jeu! This misled world opinion. The particular cause became a general cause and acquired a halo. What our enemies sought was not liberty but power. Anyone who had examined the question with an open mind would have bade … Continue reading Liberalism is the Death of Nations: by Arthur Moeller van den Bruck

(Opinion) Riley Dennis and the importance of the Syrian Conflict: A response by the words of Dr. Ayman al- Zawahiri (Pt.1)

A Youtuber named Riley Dennis made a video about the Syrian Conflict a month ago in response to President Donald Trump bombing a Syrian air base that was allegedly used as a launching point for chemical strikes on civilians. In the video Riley did say that it was meant to serve as a quick and … Continue reading (Opinion) Riley Dennis and the importance of the Syrian Conflict: A response by the words of Dr. Ayman al- Zawahiri (Pt.1)

Why is Israel there? By Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri

" The establishment of Israel has been a western objective for over two centuries. The Israeli presence in the region was considered a basic guarantee for serving the western interests. Israel separates between Egypt and Syria, the two regions that for two centuries served as a wall of steadfastness against the Crusades and the Tatar … Continue reading Why is Israel there? By Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri

Introduction to the idea of Marxism-Leninism

" Marx and Engels were the founders of scientific socialism. Their teachings have been continued and developed by Lenin and Stalin. The classics of Marxism comprise the works of these four leaders and teachers. They contain the guiding ideas of the working class struggle for socialism, the building of socialist society and the transition to … Continue reading Introduction to the idea of Marxism-Leninism