[First published in January 8, 1968 Re published in rewritten and edited form in December 1, 1968]
How shall we apply Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought to the condition of revolution of our country? Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought will be the ‘arrow’ what we shall have to throw with the aim of revolution of East Bengal. Those who throw arrow aimlessly and in a confused manner, they can easily do harm to revolution. Marxist named many persons are playing opportunist and counter-revolutionary role by ‘throwing arrow in a confused manner.
Chairman Mao said, “The mistakes of the past must be exposed without sparing anyone’s sensibilities; it is necessary to analyze and criticize what was bad in the past with a scientific attitude so that work in the future will be done more carefully and done better. This is what is meant by ‘learn from past mistakes to avoid future ones’”.
Why in pre independence period, Indian communist party failed to take up leadership in anti colonial anti feudal struggle and establish socialism by ending colonial and feudal exploitation?
Why in post independence period, East Pakistan communist party failed to make the way of socialism by carrying anti colonial and anti feudal struggle? We must mercilessly expose the reason behind those failures with scientific outlook so that same mistakes can be avoided in future and Marxist-Leninist-Mao Tsetung Thought followers can be able to play their historic role.
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The Statement of the PBSP (MBRM) About the Brutal Killing of Indian Maoist Communist leader Comrade Kishenji
“The surge of mass rising can’t be stopped by killing us.”
Supreme Leading Committee,
1st week, December’11.
The Communists guide the oppressed class to the way of freedom, lead them in the struggle of changing their fate. Hence, for the reactionaries, the most favourite option for keeping the oppressed under control is to demolish the communists. It is their design to diminish the onward movement of revolution, which is essential for the oppressed class. In the Indian subcontinent, such a barbaric attitude was first imported by Indira Gandhi and the Congress govt. Later on, it was exported to the neighbouring countries including East Bengal. Sonia Gandhi, daughter-in-law of Indira Gandhi, present leader of the Indian Congress party, is still practising the same reactionary, savage, severe policy of which Comrade Kishenji has been the last victim. Read More…