South East

Asia

Myanmar

(Burma)

 

 

 

 

Myanmar (BURMA)

population: 53,582,855 (2017

area: 676,578 km2

2019

 

 

 

Struggle against genocide of the People of Rohingya in Myanmar

- committed by the fascist military dictatorship

Photo - Collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programmatic Declaration

on

the question of migrants and refugees

- and its world-revolutionary solution -

Comintern (SH) 

10th of September, 2015

 

 

"Our China’s investments in Myanmar are no debt traps."

Villagers from the Mandalay region in Myanmar have been sentenced to 14 months in prison with hard labor. Their crime — holding a protest in July 2018 against a Chinese company that was taking over their land in order to establish a cement plant. A 70-year-old woman has been branded a fugitive by the court. Her son died in jail last June after being arrested for protesting against the plant. The boy had several cuts and bruises, which the villagers claim to be the result of torture inflicted by authorities acting in the interests of the Chinese company. The woman ran off, fearing that she would be dealt with in the same manner as her son if put in prison.

 

 

 

     

     

Long live the liberation

struggle in Myanmar !

     

     

Myanmar is ripe for a

Socialist revolution !

 

 

Long live the socialist Myanmar in a socialist world!

 

 

 

Create a strong Section

of the Communist International

(Stalinist-Hoxhaists)

in Myanmar!

Long live the Stalinist-Hoxhaist World Movement !

 

 

 

 

 

Long live the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism !

 

 

 

The CP Burma

- once influenced by Maoism in its national liberation struggle ...

 

Greeting message of the CP Burma to the 5th Congress of the PLA

November 1966 - Tirana - Albania

 

 

PC Burma

Basic Program 1951

 

 

 

24 September 2019

The Assassination of Myanmar’s Communist Leader

Leader of the Communist Party of Burma (CPB) from 1945 until his murder at age 57.

He founded the Nagani (Red Dragon) Book Club in 1937, which for the first time widely circulated Burmese-language translations of the Marxist-Leninist classics. He was imprisoned by the British in 1940.

While in Insein prison in July 1941, he co-authored with Thakin Soe the "Insein Manifesto" which identified world fascism as the major enemy.

 

 

 

 

 

Thakin Po Hla Gyi

revolutionarye Burmese worker

The Strike War

Text in Burmese and in English