What is Stalinism?

Above all, Stalinism has created two new excellent conditions for the final liberation of the world proletariat:
1. With the founding of the Stalinist world camp, Stalinism created the first ideological basis for a new socialist world in the service of the world proletariat, namely for its liberation from the clutches of the capitalist world.
2. With the transition from a socialist to a communist Soviet Union, Stalinism created the first ideological basis for the transition from the socialist world to the communist world.

Therefore, we define Stalinism as Marxism-Leninism
1. of the transition from the first period of socialism in "one" country to the second period of socialism on a world scale - in general.
2. as Marxism-Leninism of the period of transition from socialismin "one" country to communism in "one" country - in particular.

Comintern (SH)




On 5 March 1953 , the outstanding world-proletarian leader,

J. V. Stalin, was murdered by the hands of traitors.


The whole progressive world mourned the loss of that

steeled disciple and successor of Lenin,

that great 4th Classic of Marxism-Leninism.


Stalin's legacy is immortal.




March 5, 2018



Messages of Solidarity



Message of the Comintern (SH)

on occasion of the 65th day of death

of comrade Stalin

March 5, 1953 – March 5, 2018

On the 65th anniversary of the death of Comrade Stalin, we send our Stalinist-hoxaist greetings to all comrades around the world, especially our warmest regards to the Russian and Georgian Section of the Comintern (SH).

Today, 65 years ago, Comrade Stalin, the great leader of the world proletariat, the 4th classic of Marxism-Leninism, was treacherously murdered by Soviet revisionists. After having shed crocodile's tears at the funeral, they began to erase Stalin's name from the memory and heart of the Soviet peoples - at first very carefully and then more and more frequently. Finally, at the Twentieth Party Congress of the CPSU, the Soviet revisionists began throwing dirt over Stalin and his life's work. They destroyed the dictatorship of the proletariat, established a dictatorship of the Soviet bourgeoisie and restored capitalism. And all these crimes which the modern revisionists committed at the working people were propagated as alleged "victories of the further completion of socialism by means of the overcoming of Stalin Cult".

And today, on the 65th anniversary of the death of Comrade Stalin?

Even after 65 years, Stalin can not be banished from the heads and hearts of people. He is still beloved and venerated , and this more and more with every new year. Comrade Stalin and his life's work are immortal.

The Russian social fascists have never been able to change that, which is why they have to resort to their old hidden tactics, namely the one to which they were already forced to practice during Stalin's lifetime:

In words: "praising Stalin" - and in deeds: black treachery at Stalin.

In words, the neo-revisionists are for the "reestablishment" of the dictatorship of the proletariat and for the reconstruction of socialism - in deeds, however, the social fascists are lackeys of the Russian bourgeoisie, lackeys of Russian imperialism and its bloody predatory wars.

In words these Russian social-chauvinists are praising Stalin's Great Patriotic War, [ in which socialism (!) was defended]
In deeds, these social-imperialist traitors are defenders of today's imperialist Russia. They defend Putin's genocide in Syria. They defend their own Russian imperialism against Western imperialism hidden behind their shameless slogan of alleged "Anti-Imperialism". Stalin would have condemned such criminal kind of "anti-imperialists" to death if he would be still alive.

Our mourning for the loss of our beloved Comrade Stalin mingles with irrepressible hatred of all this Stalin hypocrisy of the old and new social fascists. That is why the 65th anniversary of Stalin's the death is also a day of struggle, especially against those who praise him only in order to conceal their betrayal at Stalinism.

After all, the 65th anniversary of his death is not only a day of fighting to defend Stalin against his open and covert enemies, but mainly a day on which we raise proudly the Stalin banner, and affirm by our oath that we will continue the struggle of comrade Stalin until victory.

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Learning from Stalin means learning to win!

100 years ago, from the 6th to the 8th of March 1918, the 7th Party Congress of the CPR (B) took place, in which Stalin participated. J. Stalin was elected member of the Central Committee of the Party and member of the commission for the preparation of a draft of the party program. Stalin was also elected at the Fourth All-Russian Extraordinary Soviet Congress as a member of the All-Russian CEC.

We commemorate this meritorious activity of Stalin exactly one hundred years ago on the occasion of his 65th anniversary.

In his Short Course on the History of the CPSU (B) Stalin wrote the following about the 7th Party Congress:

The recent trial of the Anti-Soviet "Bloc of Rights and Trotskyites" (beginning of 1938) has now revealed that Bukharin and the group of "Left Communists" headed by him, together with Trotsky and the "Left" Socialist-Revolutionaries, were at that time secretly conspiring against the Soviet Government. Now it is known that Bukharin, Trotsky and their fellow-conspirators had determined to wreck the Peace of Brest-Litovsk, arrest V. I. Lenin, J. V. Stalin and Y. M. Sverdlov, assassinate them, and form a new government consisting of Bukharinites, Trotskyites and "Left" Socialist-Revolutionaries.

    While hatching this clandestine counter-revolutionary plot, the group of "Left Communists," with the support of Trotsky, openly attacked the Bolshevik Party, trying to split it and to disintegrate its ranks. But at this grave juncture the Party rallied around Lenin, Stalin and Sverdlov and supported the Central Committee on the question of peace as on all other questions.

    The "Left Communist" group was isolated and defeated.

    In order that the Party might pronounce its final decision on the question of peace the Seventh Party Congress was summoned.

    The congress opened on March 6, 1918. This was the first congress held after our Party had taken power. It was attended by 46 delegates with vote and 58 delegates with voice but no vote, representing 145,000 Party members. Actually, the membership of the Party at that time was not less than 270,000. The discrepancy was due to the fact that, owing to the urgency with which the congress met, a large number of the organizations were unable to send delegates in time; and the organizations in the territories then occupied by the Germans were unable to send delegates at all.

    Reporting at this congress on the Brest-Litovsk Peace, Lenin said that ". . . the severe crisis which our Party is now experiencing, owing to the formation of a Left opposition within it, is one of the gravest crises the Russian revolution has experienced." (Lenin, Selected Works, Vol. VII, pp. 293-94.)

    The resolution submitted by Lenin on the subject of the Brest-Litovsk Peace was adopted by 30 votes against 12, with 4 abstentions.

    On the day following the adoption of this resolution, Lenin wrote an article entitled "A Distressful Peace," in which he said:

    "Intolerably severe are the terms of peace. Nevertheless, history will claim its own. . . . Let us set to work to organize, organize and organize. Despite all trials, the future is ours." (Lenin, Collected Works, Russ. ed., Vol. XXII, p. 288.)

    In its resolution, the congress declared that further military attacks by imperialist states on the Soviet Republic were inevitable, and that therefore the congress considered it the fundamental task of the Party to adopt the most energetic and resolute measures to strengthen the self-discipline and discipline of the workers and peasants, to prepare the masses for self-sacrificing defence of the Socialist country, to organize the Red Army, and to introduce universal military training.

    Endorsing Lenin's policy with regard to the Peace of Brest-Litovsk, the congress condemned the position of Trotsky and Bukharin and stigmatized the attempt of the defeated "Left Communists" to continue their splitting activities at the congress itself.

    The Peace of Brest-Litovsk gave the Party a respite in which to consolidate the Soviet power and to organize the economic life of the country.

    The peace made it possible to take advantage of the conflicts within the imperialist camp (the war of Austria and Germany with the Entente, which was still in progress) to disintegrate the forces of the enemy, to organize a Soviet economic system and to create a Red Army.

    The peace made it possible for the proletariat to retain the support of the peasantry and to accumulate strength for the defeat of the Whiteguard generals in the Civil War.

    In the period of the October Revolution Lenin taught the Bolshevik Party how to advance fearlessly and resolutely when conditions favoured an advance. In the period of the Brest-Litovsk Peace Lenin taught the Party how to retreat in good order when the forces of the enemy are obviously superior to our own, in order to prepare with the utmost energy for a new offensive.

    History has fully proved the correctness of Lenin's line.

    It was decided at the Seventh Congress to change the name of the Party and to alter the Party Program. The name of the Party was changed to the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks) -- R.C.P.(B.). Lenin proposed to call our Party a Communist Party because this name precisely corresponded to the aim of the Party, namely, the achievement of Communism.

    A special commission, which included Lenin and Stalin, was elected to draw up a new Party program, Lenin's draft program having been accepted as a basis.

    Thus the Seventh Congress accomplished a task of profound historical importance: it defeated the enemy hidden within the Party's ranks -- the "Left Communists" and Trotskyites; it succeeded in withdrawing the country from the imperialist war; it secured peace and a respite; it enabled the Party to gain time for the organization of the Red Army; and it set the Party the task of introducing Socialist order in the national economy.


100 years ago, at the time of the Seventh Congress, the war between the imperialist robbers transformed into a war of the oppressed against the oppressors, for the liberation from the yoke of capitalism. This first congress under the new Soviet power ignited the torch of world socialist revolution. The Seventh Party Congress decided to forbid any interference by the imperialist states in Russia's internal affairs and to carry the revolution to all countries.

Today, Russia is not carrying the revolution but the counter-revolution to all countries. Today, Russia itself is one of the imperialist states that have already made it through their predatory wars to such an extent that the outbreak of the Third World War in 2018 is becoming increasingly probable.


What would Stalin have done if he were still alive?

Stalin would have sent Putin to hell, had organized a new October Revolution to overthrow the Russian bourgeoisie. Stalin would have smashed Russian imperialism, and rebuilt the dictatorship of the proletariat. He would not only have restored the old power of the Soviet peoples and rebuilt socialism, but would have overthrown the entire world imperialist system with the socialist world revolution. He would have prevented a Third World War or turned it into a world civil war, with whose victory the world dictatorship of the proletariat would have been established. Stalin would today be the leader of the socialist world republic and would put an end to all predatory wars and create world peace. Stalin would begin building world socialism and world communism. However, Stalin can not do all this anymore.

But we Stalinist-Hoxhaists, his most loyal disciples will learn from Stalin and complete his work victoriously. This we swear on Stalin's 65th anniversary of death!



Long live comrade Stalin– the glorious 4th Classic of Marxism-Leninism!

Comrade Stalin is immortal – his red genius enlightens our path towards the victorious world socialist revolution!

He will live forever on hearts and minds of every oppressed and exploited worker and of every communist!

All capitalist-revisionist lies and calumnies will never erase comrade Stalin's glorious legacy!

Long live glorious Bolshevist CPSU!

Long live Soviet Union of comrades Lenin and Stalin!

Long live the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism: Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin and Enver Hoxha!

Long live Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism-Hoxhaism!

Death to world capitalist-imperialist order!

Long live world violent proletarian socialist revolution!

Long live world armed proletarian dictatorship!

Long live world socialism and world communism!

Long live the Comintern (SH) – the only authentic defender of comrade Stalin’s revolutionary and proletarian legacy!

Long live comrade Stalin, the 4th Classic of Marxism-Leninism!

Learning with comrade Stalin means learning to be victorious!

Stalinism is a guiding light against all kinds of capitalism, imperialism, fascism, revisionism, neo-revisionism, opportunism and anti-communism!

Long live world socialist revolution!

Long live world proletarian dictatorship!

Long live socialism and communism at a global scale!

Long live the Comintern (SH) – the world party which is the only authentic defender and follower of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism: Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin and Enver Hoxha!

The Comintern (SH) is the only organization that authentically honours comrade Stalin’s red banner!


Comintern (SH)

Wolfgang Eggers

5 March 2018



March 5, 2018

65th Day of Death



Messages of Solidarity


To our Russian comrades of


March 5, 2018


Dear comrades,


Dear Comrades of enverhoxha.ru !

We send to you, to the Russian proletariat and to the former Soviet peoples, our militant greetings on occasion of the 65th anniversary of Comrade Stalin's death.
The immortal life and work of Comrade Stalin can not be abused or obscured by any demagogy of the Russian social fascists.
Today we defend Comrade Stalin against the Russian neo-revisionists, just as Enver Hoxha defended Comrade Stalin against the Soviet revisionists.
Long live Comrade Stalin!

with Stalinist greeting

Comintern (SH)

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Greeting Message from our Russian comrades of



Hello Comrade Wolfgang!

On the memorable anniversary of Stalin's death, together with sorrow, we hold high the banner of the outstanding successor to the cause of Marx, Engels and Lenin!
Long live the great Stalin!
Long live the teachings and work of the five classics Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin and Hoxha!

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