Population: 123,675,000 (2017)

Area: 1,972,550 km2






Hace 50 años

1968 - 2018




50 years after student massacre,

Mexico students strike ...

2018 - students' protest


Demonstration marking the Tlatelolco massacre, 2 October 2014


Remember the

Tlatelolco massacre in Mexico

on October 2nd


2 October 1968

The Presidential Guard — a branch of the military — had posted snipers in the buildings surrounding Tlatelolco Plaza on the day of the massacre. The idea was that the snipers would shoot at the troops posted around the square, and the troops would think student snipers were shooting at them — and then they would open fire.

October 2, 1968, ten days before the opening of the Olympics in Mexico City, when military troops opened fire on a peaceful student demonstration. The shooting lasted over two hours. The next day the government sent in cleaners to wash the blood from the plaza floor. The official announcement was that four students were dead, but eyewitnesses said:

300 were killed


"No more unrest

will be tolerated."









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CIA Weekly Summary, A Renewed Violence in Mexico, October 4, 1968, Secret

White House memorandum, Mexican Riots - Extent of Communist Involvement (CIA memorandum, October 5, 1968 and FBI cable, October 5, 1968 attached), October 5, 1968, Secret, Rostow to LBJ

CIA report, Answers to Questions Raised by White House Concerning Student Disturbances in Mexico (White House cover memorandum attached, October 9, 1968), c. October 8, 1968, Secret, Lewis to Rostow

Department of State telegram, Untitled [Mexico Riots] (White House cover memorandum attached, October 14, 1968), October 12, 1968, Confidential

DIA Intelligence Information Report, Army Participation in Student Situation, Mexico City, October 18, 1968, Confidential

INR Working Draft (extract), Student Violence and Attitudes in Latin America, c. November 15, 1968, Confidential

































Rio Blanco

Textile workers' strike



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Partido Comunista Mexicano








A letter of the Comintern to the Mexican Communist Party

21 August, 1923


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Partido de la revolucion


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5th Column in Mexico






Long live the communist

MEXICO in a communist

world !





is ripe for a

Socialist revolution !


Create a strong Section

of the Communist International



Long live the Stalinist-Hoxhaist World Movement !






Long live the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism !




Long live the Mexican Communist Party in the time of the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin!

Down with the revisionist degeneration of the Mexican Communist Party after its adoption of the revisionist Dimitrov "People's democracy" - line of the Comintern after the VII World Congress !

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Long live the Communist Party of Mexico / Marxist-Leninists) in times of the Marxist-Leninist World Movement with comrade Enver Hoxha at the top!

Down with the Communist Party of Mexico / Marxist-Leninists - since it is affiliated with the neo-revisionst, anti-Hoxhaist ICMLPO !

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Los antiguos partidos marxista-leninistas de América son partidos revisionistas de hoy.
Con la traición comenzó la degeneración neo-revisionista !

Por lo tanto las Secciones de la Comintern (EH) se debe construir.

Viva la bandera de Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin y Enver Hoxha!

Some notes on the history of the Communist Party in Mexico


Mexico has a great history of the communist movement.

Mexico was the first Spanish-speaking party which joint the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin.

Mexico plays a decisive role for the victory of the world socialist revolution.

Mexico is still an advanced post of the struggle against American imperialism.

Mexico is the bridge of the socialist revolution of America.


The general outline of the history of mutual relations between the motherland of socialism and the Spanish working-class movement is well known, and it does not differ essentially from the scheme applied to the majority of European countries: Formation of a left wing within the Socialist party, split of the Socialist party, creation of a Communist party, its subsequent joining the Comintern.

The Mexican Communist Party (Spanish: Partido Comunista Mexicano, PCM) was founded in November 1919 following the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, joining the Comintern.

The CPM was considered to be an advanced post of the struggle against American imperialism.

The Pan-American Bureau was created in Mexico as the Comintern’s regional body to coordinate the communistic movement in Latin America and the continental committee of the Anti-Imperialist League.

On April 17th, 1919, Vladimir Lenin signed papers appointing Borodin as the consul general of the RSFSR at the government of the Mexican Republic. He was entrusted to enter negotiations “for the purpose of an establishment of relations between the Governments of both Republics concerning the maintenance of friendship between them, the establishment of trade relations...”, to conclude and sign a preliminary trading agreement on behalf of the RSFSR. On March 24, Lenin met Borodin and afterwards sent a note to the People's Commissar for Foreign Trade, Leonid Krasin, requesting a meeting.

The Mexican Socialist party was transformed into a Communist one and toaffiliate with the 3rd International (on November, 24th, 1919).

Most of the revolutionary groups had rather vague ideas about of the proletarian revolution, the events in Soviet Russia and the essence of the Soviet power; the overwhelming majority of the Mexican leftists were strongly influenced by anarchism and revolutionary syndicalism. The revolutionary events in Russia were frequently interpreted according to anarchist and syndicalist beliefs and stereotypes.

The leaders of the PCM created a Latin American bureau of the 3rd International with the purpose to carry out propaganda all over the continent and to strengthen relations between Communist organizations and groups. In Mexico a bureau has been formed for the purpose of calling a Latin American Congress, delegates to come from North, Central and South America and from the West Indies.

”El Soviet ”was the newspaper published by the PCM and the Latin American Bureau of the 3rd International in Mexico.

The first delegation of Latin American nations at the Second World Congress was that of Mexico.

The Comintern’s tasks in the Western hemisphere was the overthrow of capitalism in America.

The Mexican Communists, Manuel Díaz Ramírez, met Lenin during the 2nd World Congress of the Comintern, or immediately after it. On July 19, 1920, they had a breakfast with Lenin and Gorkii;

After the breakfast the Congress delegates were pictured by a photographer on the steps near the entrance of the Tavricheskii Palace.

For a long time the MCP waged a persistent struggle against the petit bourgeois ideology of reformism and anarcho-syndicalism, which had gained a wide following among the Mexican working class. The MCP actively sought to win over the masses and organized the anti-imperialist movement. On its initiative the Anti-imperialist League of America was established in 1924 and the National Peasant League in 1926, the latter playing an important role in the spread of the peasant movement. In 1929 the Communists helped establish the Mexican Unitary Trade-Union Confederation (MUTUC). Also formed that year was the Workers’ and Peasants’ Bloc, comprising the MCP, the MUTUC, the National Peasant League, and a number of local workers’ and peasants’ organizations. Frightened by the Communist Party’s growing influence, the ruling circles banned it in June 1929. After regaining legal status in 1936, the MCP organized several major actions by the masses of workers and peasants between the mid-1930’s and early 1940’s. During the mid-1940’s the leadership of the MCP fell under the influence of the American revisionist E. Browder and became a revisionist party.

Table 1. Congresses of the Mexican Communist Party
Congress Place Date
First ........ Mexico City December 1921
Second ........ Mexico City 1923
Third ........ Mexico City April 1925
Fourth ........ Mexico City May 1926
Fifth ........ Mexico City 1927




a neo-revisionist party:

Partido Comunista de México (Marxista-Leninista)


According to "WIKIPEDIA" it reads that this party would be allegedly

"a communist, Anti-Revisionist Marxist-Leninist, Hoxhaist party in Mexico which upholds the line of Enver Hoxha."


Is this true ?



The CP Mexico (ML) WAS ONCE UPON A TIME a communist, Anti-Revisionist Marxist-Leninist, Hoxhaist party in Mexico which upheld the line of Enver Hoxha. In her "Manifest" the PCMML correctly understood the revolutionary process in Mexico as "part of the world socialist revolution". The PCMML embodied the best traditions of the revolutionary class struggle of the Mexican working class and was the only genuine avant-garde of the Mexican proletariat.

The CP Mexico (ML) was member of our Marxist-Leninist World Movement, namely in life time of comrade Enver Hoxha. And this is why we defend the CP Mexico (ML) in this historical period as our fraternal party, as a party of proletarian internationalism. Unfortunately, this glorious, hopeful period ended after the death of comrade Enver Hoxha.



The CP Mexico (ML) IS NOT ANYMORE a communist, Anti-Revisionist Marxist-Leninist, Hoxhaist party in Mexico. The CP Mexico (ML) pulled down the leading world banner of Enver Hoxha.

Two antagonistic, irreconcilable camps separated after the death of comrade Enver Hoxha - the camp of the Stalinist-Hoxhaists and the camp of neo-revisionist renegades. The PCMML turned towards the latter.

1. The camp of those comrades who held up the revolutionary banner of comrade Enver Hoxha in the struggle for the re-establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat, for the re-construction of socialim under the banner of Enver Hoxha, in defence of the anti-revisionist Marxist-Leninist World Movement in times of comrade Enver Hoxha, and in marching forward on Enver Hoxha's road towards the world socialist revolution, towards world socialism and world communism. This is the Stalinist-Hoxhaist World Camp of the Comintern (SH) who decided Enver Hoxha the 5th Classic of Marxism-Leninism on 31rd of December in the year 2000.

2. The camp of those comrades who gave up the Hoxhaist fight, who capitulated, the camp which masked its liquidatory intentions behind "drawing lessons from the sectarian past". But what these neo-revisionists in Mexico threw overboard this was not sectarianism but the principles of Hoxhaism which they replaced by neo-revisionism.

Anti-revisionism in words and revisionism in deeds - this is the ideological phenomenology of the PCMML.

The Mexican renegades took over the power in the party and orientated themselves according to the revisionist ICMLPO - "Platform of Quito" in which Enver Hoxha and Socialist Albania became buried.

Partido Comunista de México (Marxista-Leninista) changed thus into a "Hoxhaist" party in words and an Anti-Hoxhaist party in deeds.

Once a poor colony in history, Mexico is a capitalist country in which the basic contradiction of capital and labor prevails. Worl imperialism in general, and the US-imperialism in particular created a great powerfull army of gravediggers - the mighty Mexican proletariat. In 2012, Mexico was leader of the G20 countries. Meanwhile, Mexico has become an imperialist emerging country which exploits other countries such in Latin America. Mexico has its own global trading network, and has its own multinational corporations. China is Mexico's fourth biggest export market in 2014 and second biggest import market. All these facts of decelopment show that capitalism in Mexico has already reached a stage of decaying, rotting and parasitism - thus the last and highest stage of capitalism.
Consequently, the revolutionary strategy and tactics of true Mexican communists can be nothing others than direct destruction of Mexican capitalism and overthrow of the Mexican bourgeoisie by means of the armed socialist revolution and the establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat and the construction of socialism.

But in contrast to this clear task of directly establishing the dictatorship of the proletariat, the PCMML propagates a neo-revisionist intermediate period: "a period of proletarian-people’s democracy" Provisional Revolutionary Government of workers and poor peasants; the democratic, proletarian and popular National Constituent Assembly, the People’s Democratic Republic and the people’s democratic New Constitution." (PCMML)

With this neo-revisionist intermediate period, the PCMML deviates from the world revolutionary line of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism and follows the liquidatory course of Dimitrov - namely the line of betrayal, the line of the so called "popular front". The Dimitrov-line, this is today, the line of the PCMML.

In contrast to Enver Hoxha, and in accordance with the other members of the ICMLPO, the PCMML does not fight against social-fascist countries like Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea etc. In the contrary, the PCMML supports all the social-fascists all over the world.

All this betrayal at the Mexican proletariat and at the world proletariat must be combated, must be based on the proletarian internationalist line of the Comintern (SH).
It is therefore the urgent task of all the honest communists in Mexico to begin with building up the Mexican Section of the Comintern (SH).

Long live Stalinism-Hoxhaism in Mexico !

Long live the socialist revolution and the dictatorship of the proletariat in Mexico !

Long live the communist Mexico in a communist world !

Long live the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism !

Long live the world socialist revolution !

Long live the Comintern (SH) !



Estudiar los documentos históricos! 




Noviembre 1976











 Kommunistische Partei Mexicos /Marxisten-Leninisten

Radio Tirana

30. 10. 1978

Die Kommunistische Partei Mexicos /Marxisten-Leninisten sieht das Erwachen und die Mobilisierung der werktätigen Massen zum verstärkten revolutionären Kampf als unmittelbare Aufgabe an.




"Ein Dokument, das die revolutionäre Einheit unter den marxistisch-leninistischen kommunistischen Parteien festigt"

1. Februar 1977 - Zeri i Popullit

(aus "Albanien Heute" 1977, Nur. 2 Seite 26 - 31)


Gemeinsame Erklärung

marxistisch-leninistischer Parteien


( aus Anlass des 7. Parteitags der Partei der Arbeit Albaniens )

November 1976