On the Occupy movements

On the Occupy movements (llco.org) Recently, protests have broken out in many parts of the United States. The biggest of these is the Occupy Wall Street protest. These protests have been getting media attention recently. There is much hype right now claiming that these events are the beginning of an American revolution. It is important …

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On May Day and Occupy in the USA

On May Day and Occupy in the USA (llco.org) On the first of May, many people celebrate International Workers’ Day or May Day. Even though the day has not always been widely celebrated in the United States, its origins trace back to labor struggles there. May Day commemorates the victims of the Haymarket Massacre in …

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MIM: Review of the “Black Book of Communism”

MIM: Review of the “Black Book of Communism” (llco.org) [Before MIM’s crackpot degeneration and despite their errors, MIM made some outstanding contributions to the proletarian struggle.] The Black Book of Communism (Harvard University Press) is the bible of the anti-communist movement. The book is often cited as an academic work proving the barbarism of communism. …

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The Loss of Our Dignity

The Loss of Our Dignity A Poem by Comrade Kwame Ato Aseidu (llco.org) O people of Africa… How long will your torpor and lethargy last? You were once the lords of the whole earth, The world was at your beck and call. How is it that your glory has lapsed And you have fallen from …

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It’s still important to oppose book worship

It’s still important to oppose book worship (llco.org) Mao criticized and mocked those who had a metaphysical, dogmatic approach to books and knowledge: “Whatever is written in a book is right — such is still the mentality of culturally backward Chinese peasants. Strangely enough, within the Communist Party there are also people who always say …

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Points on First World incarceration, obligation, and leadership

Points on First World incarceration, obligation, and leadership (llco.org) Recently, a leading comrade of ours was incarcerated by the reactionary state for a significant amount of time. Incarceration of revolutionary leadership by the reactionaries is a risk that all revolutionary movements face. Because of this, revolutionary movements should prepare for this unfortunate possibility. Here are …

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Solving the Gordian Knot

Solving the Gordian Knot, instruction on method and decisiveness (llco.org) According to legend, in the city of Telmissus, there was a massive knot looped again and again around the front of an oxcart. Rope over rope, the knot endlessly turned in on itself. It was said that the person who was able to untie the …

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