International LENIN- School

- ILS -

(1925 - 1938)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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International LENIN- School (Moscow)

- ILS -

(1925 - 1938)

 

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The International Leninist School (MLSS), an educational institution of the Comintern, founded in Moscow for the purpose of teaching the comrades of the revolutionary movement of the countries of Europe and America, operated from 1925 to 1938. The first rector was the renegade Nikolai Bukharin. Responsable for the dissolution is the renegade Dimitrov.

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2500 - 3000 participants from 1926 to 1938.

 

Graduates

( all names = modern revisionist/social-fascist Trotskyite leaders, agents etc.)

[with the exception of the true communist Greek leader Nikos Zachariadis])


Gomulka, Vladislav
Hoffmann, Heinz
Milke, Erich
Siqueiros, David
Tito, Josip Broz
Ulbricht, Walter
Yugov, Anton Tanev - Prime Minister of Bulgaria
Honecker, Erich

Alexander Dubchek

Markus Wolf

Ted Tripp

Waldeck Rochet

Moses Kotane

Harry Wicks

Morris Childs

Ackermann, Anton

.... they all became renegades and traitors!!

 

 

 

The Third International created this educational institution for the formation of leaders for the Communist parties (Sections of the Comintern).

The Comintern, as a united world party, was faced with the task of developing leading cadres of the Sections in the spirit of Bolshevism. This corresponded to a measure for the Bolshevisation of the Comintern, as decided at the 5th World Congress. The school served "the interest of the rapid formation of the communist parties as new Bolshevik parties, their ideological, political and organizational orientation and strengthening."

G. Z. Sorkin and K. K. Shirinya conducted the pedagogic work of the III. International. They participated in all educational activities, such as conferences, plenary sessions, regional conferences, on behalf of the central bodies of the Comintern Executive Committee (ECCI), the regional secretariats, etc., which drew a wide range of party leaders on specific topics. The ILS played an important role in the international system of the formation of party leaders and created a network of international schools under the leadership of the EKKI, for example the Communist University of the East (TAS), the Communist University for National Minorities of the West (KUNMZ ), Etc.

The Bolshevik party began to prepare specialists in the years of civil war. A network of communist universities was founded. Leading educational institution in the first phase of the work was the TAS, which was founded in April 1921, to train the co-operation teams.

The first rector of the TAS was deputy national commissioner for nationalities. G. Broydo felt it necessary that the workers of other countries should work together in the direction of the conquest of the Soviet power. In doing so, the peculiarities of everyday life and historical conditions of every nation were taken into account. At the school, "conscious communists, Marxists, theorists, revolutionary leaders were trained."

The university was expanded at the end of 1922. TAS Task: Workers were also trained for the communist parties of the colonies and semi-colonies. But above all, the problem was acute for young Communist parties of the East, and Latin America, which had no tradition of organized labor. Secretary General of the Communist Party of Mexico (Rafael Carrillo), for example, studied the Communist Party manifesto for the first time in Moscow, although for a few years they have been heads of Communist Youth (Federación de Jóvenes Comunistas de México, FJCM) and a member of the Central Committee.

In view of this situation, the Fourth Congress of the Comintern decided to "deepen" the "Marxist education and practice of communist education." Thus, international training was organized for the members of the different Sections of the Communist International, a system of party schools centered in the EKKI.

The 5th Congress of the Comintern decided to send a number of party members from the German, British, American, Czechoslovak, Italian, French and other Sections to Moscow in order to learn the Leninist theory and practice. The decision gave impulses for the creation of three cadres schools of the Comintern.

On October 9, 1924, the Organizing Committee of the EKKI decided to organize two-year higher international courses for 40 persons. In 1925, the number of listeners rose to 70, of which from Germany 9, France and England 8, Czechoslovakia and the USA 7, Italy 6, Scandinavia 9, Poland, Japan, China, India, Egypt, Belgium, Spain, Holland, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran, Syria, North Africa - for 1 listeners. The quotas were not awarded to Latin America.

The resolution of the Sixth Plenum of the Comintern Executive Committee (February-March 1926) marked the beginning of the international Leninist courses led by Bela Kun. Bela Kun emphasized, "It is important to learn how Lenin, in the Bolshevik style, analyzed the contradictions in society, in which both the specific historical situation of each country must be distinguished dialectically, as well as the similarities of all countries. In the centre is the teachings of the October revolution. "

At the same time, he stressed the need to create a solid theoretical basis for the Bolshevisation of the communist parties. The work of the school began in March 1926.

The selection of the students was strict: activists with a party experience of at least one year, in the district, in the regions, and experience as a leading cadre of the headquarters. Workers from large companies or agricultural workers were preferred. Each party had been allocated a fixed quota and had no right to send more than 15% intellectuals, employees or peasants to the school (taking into account the social class's origin).

Candidates of the Comintern schools had to demonstrate their active role in the revolutionary movement (organization of strikes, demonstrations, etc.) or union work. Students, who were not workers, had to participate in the party's struggle against opportunism. Such communists, who, after leaving the prison, did not show sufficient revolutionary resistance to the police, were involved in factional struggles against the Comintern, or had other deficits, were strictly rejected by the school. There were workers who could neither read nor write but were still accepted when they were upright communists.

There were strict rules at school. It was forbidden for the participants, neither to bring newspapers or political literature, nor to give information about the school to the outside. Family members were not allowed to visit the participants. The school was screened from the outside. The participants were familiarized with the rules of conspiracy and received pseudonyms.

In addition, with a view to making contact with the Soviet working class, the inaugural class of ILS students were divided into groups of between 3 and 5 and were sent out to perform manual labor in the Orecho-Zuovo Textile Mill and the Colmna Locomotive and Car Works as part of their educational experience.About 8 hours per week were spent at factory labor.

At the end of each school semester, students were required to write a paper on a topic chosen by them to demonstrate their mastery of the subject matter. Successful students were to be returned home to assume executive or editorial positions or were placed in the service of the Communist International in other countries.[

 

 

1 Year Lenin School

Murphy

Organ of the ECCI

September, 30th, 1927

Vol iv - No 14

 

 



 

In 1938, the Comintern school was closed. You ask:

"From whom?"

The answer is:

from the right EKKI guide under Dimitrov.

You ask:

Can we defend Dimitrov, even though he has liquidated the Comintern and Comintern school?

We answer: Never!

One can neither defend the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin, nor can it be rebuilt if the liquidator Dimitrov is not condemned and ideologically as a pioneer of modern revisionism.

And again, Enver Hoxha's struggle against modern revisionism can not be conquered victoriously without defeating the neo-revisionists and their "front-line" policies, who continue to defend Dimitroff's betrayal today and furiously continue their attacks on the Comintern (SH).

The Comintern (SH), as the successor organization of the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin, will reopen the International Lenin School for all Stalinist Hoxhaists in the world, for all revolutionary workers around the world - ONLINE.

And a special theme will surely be in the curriculum of our new school:

the betrayal of Dimitroff and his revisionist leadership in EKKI, which culminated in dissolving and liquidating the Comintern.

The old name of the school ("MLSH") will be retained, but re-translated:

"International MLSH School."

[MLSH = Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism-Hoxhaism]

 

MLSH-SCHOOL

STUDY COURSES

OF THE COMINTERN (SH)

 

1

POLITICAL ECONOMY

(also available in German lnaguage)

 

2

Dialectical and Historical

Materialism

 

3

The Proletarian International