Imperialism: Finance Capital and Credits

In 2015, the biggest exporters were as follows: Exports in billion U.S. dollars China ~ 2,274.95 United States ~ 1,504.91 Germany ~ 1,329.47 Japan ~ 624.94 Netherlands ~ 567.22 Now, given my previous post on imperialism and how it rose in China, and that rise would lead to America slipping. A big reason for this, …

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My Thoughts On Revolution

This will be a brief post explaining my thoughts and opinion on socialist revolution. This text was not proof read nor revised, some grammatical errors and writing errors in general may still be found in these texts. I will probably build upon and expand this post over time.   Thoughts On Revolution In what conditions …

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Response to New Democracy and MLM

Response to @smashing.nirvana and his challenging of Stalinism-Hoxhaism (Just Marxism-Leninism, btw) and to address the question on Class collaboration in Maoism: Would this class-collaboration be counterrevolutionary, if the classes within the collaboration are all revolutionary, though not all equally revolutionary? The answer is now obviously ‘No.’ Then, what do the Leninists have to critique concerning …

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From Struggle to Martyr: Joseph Stalin

"Stalin proved himself to be an outstanding Marxist-Leninist with clear principles, with great courage and cool-headedness, and the maturity and foresight of a Marxist Revolutionary" Enver Hoxha Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili. The Steel One. Savior of the masses and in turn, quite possibly history's biggest Martyr. He furthered Marxism-Leninism, Stood in solidarity with the proletariat, defended …

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