Long Live The Heroic Peasants of Naxalbari!

Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar [Translated from the Bengali original, which first appeared in the Autumn 1967 issue of Deshabrati, it was published in Liberation. Vol. V, No. 1 (July 1971-January 1972)]. The social system that exists in India is semi-feudal and semi-colonial. So the democratic revolution in this country means agrarian revolution. All the … Continue reading Long Live The Heroic Peasants of Naxalbari!

It Is Time To Build Up A Revolutionary Party

Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar [From Liberation, Vol. I, No. 1 (November 1967).] The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has adopted a political line which is basically anti-revolutionary, opposed to Chairman Mao Tse-tung's Thought and Marxism-Leninism and based on class-collaborationist and revisionist ideology. At its Madurai meeting [1] the C.C. has … Continue reading It Is Time To Build Up A Revolutionary Party

On The “Three Constantly Read Articles” By Chairman Mao Tse-tung

Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar [January 7, 1968, Published in Liberation April 1970] The "three constantly read articles" by Chairman Mao Tse-tung - Serve the People, In Memory of Norman Bethune and The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains, have succinctly laid down the ideals, style of work and objectives of Communists. These three … Continue reading On The “Three Constantly Read Articles” By Chairman Mao Tse-tung

On The Historic April 16 Statement of Chairman Mao

[This article by Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar was written on the historic statement of Chairman Mao, issued on April 16, 1968, and was published in the Bengali weekly DESHABRATI, May 2, 1968, Published in English in  April 1970 Liberation] The world entered a new era, the era of world revolution, on April 16. In … Continue reading On The Historic April 16 Statement of Chairman Mao

The Indian People’s Democratic Revolution

Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar [This article was published in the Bengali weekly Deshabrati of May 16, 1968. It appeared in Liberation, Vol. I, No. 8 (June 1968).] The victory of the People's Democratic Revolution in this country of 500 million people will lead to the inevitable collapse of world imperialism and revisionism. The People's … Continue reading The Indian People’s Democratic Revolution

One Year of Naxalbari Struggle

Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar [This article by Comrade Charu Mazumdar appeared in the Bengali weekly Deshabrati of May 23, 1968. It was published in Liberation, Vol. I, No. 8 (June 1968).] Full one year has passed since the peasant struggle in Naxalbari began. This struggle is different from all other peasant struggles. Where is … Continue reading One Year of Naxalbari Struggle

The United Front and the Revolutionary Party – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar

[From Liberation, Vol. I, No. 9 (July 1968)]. The party that is not engaged in directing an armed struggle has no business in talking about a united front. This is because such a party is quite unable to build a united front on the basis of an independent and clear-cut policy. Consequently, it inevitably finds … Continue reading The United Front and the Revolutionary Party – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar

To Comrades – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar

[This article, which first appeared in Deshabrati, August 1, 1968, was translated and published in Liberation, Vol. I, No. 12 (October 1968).] ISOLATION from the broad peasant masses constitutes a most harmful political weakness on the part of the revolutionaries. This danger appears at every stage of the struggle. That is why Chairman Mao, in … Continue reading To Comrades – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar

Develop Peasants’ Class Struggle Through Class Analysis, Investigation And Study – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar

[From Liberation, Vol. II, No. 1 (November 1968). The Bengali original appeared in Deshabrati of October 17, 1968.] The revolutionary tactics for developing peasant movements in the rural areas can never be the same as the revisionist tactics. The manner in which we have tried to develop peasant movements for all these years can be … Continue reading Develop Peasants’ Class Struggle Through Class Analysis, Investigation And Study – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar

“Boycott Elections!” International Significance of the Slogan – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar

[From Liberation, Vol. II, No. 2 (December 1968).] THE year was 1937. German, Italian and Japanese fascism, the three advanced detachments of world imperialism, were conspiring to redivide the world among themselves. German and Italian fascism intruded on the stage of Spain as active supporters of General Franco [1].The world working class came out in … Continue reading “Boycott Elections!” International Significance of the Slogan – Respected Leader Comrade Charu Mazumdar