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147 Years ago


March 18, 1871


Long live the Paris Commune !


The Comintern (SH) greets all world communards !


Long live the Dictatorship of the Proletariat !

Long live the Socialist World Republic !




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The International of Communist Solidarity


95 Years ago, on the 18th of March 1923, the Comintern adopted the resolution on founding the "Day of the liberation of the political prisoners" 

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18th of March

International Day of solidarity with political prisoners


Solidarity with political prisoners !


Messages of Solidarity


Appeal of the

Comintern (SH)

and the

International of Communist Solidarity (ICS)


The capitalist crisis turned into a global political crisis. Consequence of which are
worldwide mass arrests, a rapid increase of political prisoners, and inhuman treatment of political prisoners. Measures of "Anti-terror laws" and conditions of detention are tightened and imprisonment increases with every new day. All this shows:

Today we live in a world which is more and more characterized by brutal fascism.

The international anti-fascist solidarity is more necessary than ever.

This solidarity can not and will not stop at the prison gates.

The struggle for the release of political prisoners is crucial for the victory of anti-fascist class struggle.

1923, one year after its founding, the International Red Aid declared the 18th of March to be the "International Day of aid to political prisoners."

On the 18th of March, the Comintern (SH) commemorates the "Day of the Paris Commune", as well as the "International Day of the political prisoners".

We insist on this day of active solidarity with political prisoners, in spite of any prohibitions or other means of pressure.

Today we remember all the political prisoners who perished behind bars. And we swear that their sacrifices and sufferings were not for nothing.
The world proletariat, as the only revolutionary class, will defeat the counter-revolution. Only the world proletariat is able to create a new world without exploitation and oppression, thus a world without prisons.

The world proletariat will be free from capitalism, not before the last political prisoner has been freed.

In the entire capitalist world there is no single country in which the revolutionary freedom fighters are not murdered, tortured, imprisoned or treated inhumanly in any other way. The current world is one big prison, a prison of peoples. Those who do not obey the laws of capital, are mercilessly suppressed by capital. And those who fight for the revolutionary overthrow of the rule of the bourgeoisie, are mercilessly persecuted and imprisoned by the capitalist State.

But what is intended to act as a deterrent, produces even more resistance and solidarity of all the exploited and oppressed. Political prisoners are not only victims, but above all our heroes!

The Comintern (SH) expresses her solidarity with political prisoners.
We encourage you to strengthen your revolutionary spirit !
We demand for better conditions of detention.
We struggle against class justice.
We struggle for the release of every single revolutionary prisoner.

We demand primarily class amnesty for all proletarian political prisoners!
What we are fighting for, above all, this is for the elimination of the inevitability of class rule of the bourgeoisie.
The socialist world revolution will free the mankind from the yoke of the whole capitalist world system.
Upon the ruins of the world capitalist world we want to build socialism in order to pave the way to a classless society:

"In place of the old bourgeois society, with its classes and class antagonisms, we shall have an association in which the free development of each is the condition for the free development of all" (Marx and Engels, Manifesto of the Communist Party ").

In the capitalist world, the class justice is maintaining the rule of the bourgeoisie. In the socialist world, the class justice is maintaining the rule of the proletariat. The rule of the proletariat is unavoidable for the abolition of class society!

With the abolition of classes is also class justice abolished.

In a communist world, there are no political prisoners or political prisons.

Comrades in prison!

Raise your voice! Do not give up! Do not stop fighting!

You are and will remain a part of us, part of our world revolutionary movement!

You are not forgotten!

Let's raise the flag of solidarity with political prisoners !

Victory will be ours!

Comintern (SH) March 18, 2015


Historical events of the revolutionary world movement

170 Years ago ...


Bourgeois-democratic Revolution in 


GERMANY - 18. March 1848


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Messages of Solidarity



Message of solidarity of the Arabic Section of the Comintern (SH) to the liberation struggle of the Moroccan People

In the recent days, World imperialism's media and the whole capitalist world couldn't keep silence anymore on what is happening in Morocco. The revoultionary actions taken by the workers of Morocco in Jerada and the poor peasents in Al-rif zone before it, the barbarious fascist shameful actions of the fascist Moroccan police in co-opreation with the dark forces of islamists against the working poor people of Morocco , all these actions the whole world couldn't keep slience on anymore, the Arabic section of the Comintern (SH) wants to express about it's solidarity through this message with every revoultionary action taken and will be done in the future by the working masses of Morocco against the Monarcho-Fascist system of Mohammed VI ..!

Oue Dear comrades, brothers and sisters

workers, farmers, conscrip soldiers, Marxist Leninist and Stalinist-Hoxhaists youth in Morocco

We all know that the end of this system is very near and will be smashed now or later by your Heavy Glorious hands, and by the destruction of this system , world imperialism will take a heavy and the first blow in this century by the hands of morrocoan working class and the establishment of the People's Socialist Rebublic of Morocco , in other words the Complete trimuph of the Revolution !

But on the other hands all these objectives can't be done by not taking in account that there's a huge problems facing the Revolution in Morocco.

For example, the various groups of the social fascists wearing "socialist", "popular", "red" and "révolutionary" cloathes , A lot of groups labled as a "Marxist" , which is actually trotskyisys, titoist , the so-called ("ML"M)/Maoists, and even a pesudo-"Hoxhaist".

All these groups are striving to the death to mislead the Moroccan poor working masses by their "revoultionary" mottos , they represent the Worst danger on the revolution and the working class in Morocco, and the true Marxist Leninists should arm themselves with the developed theortical weapon of Stalinism-Hoxhaism under the leadership of the Arab Section of the World Party - The Communist International (SH).

Another example the chauvinist mouthes pro-zionist that tries to differ between the Arabs and the Amazighi poor working peoples by a racist, religious or even "Atheistic" hate , this should be faced by the proletarian Internationalism. The lack of organizing between the revolutionary youth espically the poor proletariat Intellectual students [they] will play a very great rule in buildung the Communist (S-H) party of Morocco. We might not be living on Morocco but a lot of news we see there, we try as possible as we can to touch the problems existing in Morocco, the misery and death that the proletariat of Morocco living everyday under this fascist system.


All solidarity with the Moroccan Proletariat and poor peasants!

Death to the Monarcho-Fascist Moroccan System!

The Socialist Revolution in Morocco is the right banner in the right situation !

Long live ther world socialist revolution!

Death and destruction to the whole capitalist Imperialist World! 

Death to the Fascists and the Social-Fascists! 

Long live the Stalinist Hoxhaist Section in Morocco!

Long live the ProletarianInternationalism between the Amazigh and the Arab Workers whom sharing the common tragedical misery with the world proletariats in all countries everyday and everywhere under world capitalism!

Death to chauvinism!

Long live the Proletariat Internationalism between all the working peoples in all the Countries!

Long live the Communist International (SH) !

Arabic Section of the Comintern (SH)






135th Anniversary of the Death

of Karl Marx


 14th of March 2018


special website


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14th of March 1883

Marx was laid to rest in Highgate
Cemetery on Saturday, March 17 1883, in the
same grave as his wife, Jenny, buried 15 months


The Comintern (SH) greets all comrades across the world !


Messages of Solidarity


Message of the Comintern (SH) on occasion

of the 135th anniversary of Marx’s death day

March 14, 1883 – March 14, 2018


Today we commemorate the 135th anniversary of Karl Marx's death.

The legacy of Karl Marx is immortal.

He will live forever in the minds and hearts of every worker and every true communist.

Marx is the first classic of Marxism-Leninism and with Engel's founder of scientific communism.

This year we celebrate the 170th anniversary of the Communist Manifesto and the bourgeois revolution in Germany (March 18, 1848).

Our greeting address is therefore dedicated to the writings of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, which deal with the historical events of 1848. For this we publish today all important documents of Marx and Engels.


The Importance of the Communist Manifesto in the Revolution of 1848

Of particular importance in the revolutionary period of 1848-49 was the Communist Manifesto, which was the elaboration of the political ideas of Marxism, the application of historical materialism in the analysis of current political events and the determination of the tactics of the proletariat in all stages of the revolutionary struggle. Stalin called the Communist Manifesto the "Song of Songs of Marxism."

It is still stubbornly maintained that the Communist Manifesto allegedly was "barely known" at the time of the 1848 revolution. From this is derived the anti-Marxist thesis that the Communist Manifesto had "virtually no influence" on the revolution. And it is further claimed that there were really only a few workers who had participated in the 1848 revolution. What's about this assertion? Nothing !

In his address of the "Zentralbehörde an den Bund" in March 1850, Marx stated that "the conception propagated earlier only in secret is now in the mouth of the peoples and is publicly preached in the markets". (The Comintern (SH) published this speech for the first time today).

Furthermore, according to Friedrich Engels, there were about 30 sections of the "League of Communists" at the time of the 1848 revolution. In addition, individual members came in many places. In 1848, in several large cities, these workers even took the lead in the work of the already established workers' associations, which fully developed their revolutionary activity in 1848.

And finally, we refer to leaflets of workers who were distributed just before and during the revolution. In a leaflet from the autumn of 1847 it says:

"Men from the proletariat who run through Germany on the mendicorn, tormented by the most miserable police harassment ... do not let any longer treat you as dogs, when the time comes for the fight, hit it!"

In another leaflet at the beginning of 1848, which was distributed by the workers in Berlin, it says:

"Where two of us sit together, they speak of revolution, every factory is for them a hearth of the revolution, every migrant proletarian is considered an emissary of the revolution ... but if everywhere in the people it glows and glows, if the spark ignites (then falls out, you wild blacksmiths, their sooty founders, you pale Weber!) Then stretch your chest and arms, you tortured factory workers! Then, setters, cast the letters in bullets! "

These leaflets speak the clear language of the revolutionary working class, whose voice is concealed by today's historians. There is little in the history books about the revolutionary role of the working class, but all the more about the liberal bourgeoisie and the democratic petty bourgeoisie, who were the betrayers of the workers and peasants in the 1848 revolution.

In the bourgeois revolution of 1848, and in connection with the solution of the tasks of this revolution, Marx and Engels set themselves the task of uncoupling the proletariat, which at that time was still numerically very weak, away from the leadership of the bourgeois democrats, to fulfill it with the own consciousness of its special historical tasks to educate it in the fire of revolutionary struggles for the application of the strategy and tactics of the proletariat in the bourgeois revolution.

The essence of the Communist Manifesto is the elaboration of the world-historical role of the proletariat as the creator of socialist society.

To this historical event, the Comintern (SH) has published its 30 theses:


The today's 30 basic theses of
the Manifesto of the Communist Party

January 19, 2013
written bythe Comintern (SH) on occasion of the 165th anniversary of the "Communist Manifesto" of Marx and Engels - 1848


Actually, the Communist Manifesto is originally called "Manifesto of the Communist Party". So that was the program of the first Communist Party in the world, the "League of Communists," founded by Marx and Engels. The Statute states clearly:

"The purpose of the League of Communists is the overthrow of the bourgeoisie, the rule of the proletariat, the abolition of the old bourgeois society based on class contradictions, and the founding of a new society without classes and private property."

Today, 170 years later, the German section of the Comintern (SH) serves this same purpose.


The bourgeois-democratic revolution - the prelude to the proletarian revolution.


Marx and Engels saw in the victorious bourgeois-democratic revolution the prelude to the proletarian revolution.

This idea that the bourgeois-democratic revolution is the prelude to the socialist revolution was developed and formulated by the founders of Marxism in the Theory of Revolution in Permanence on the basis of the experiences of 1848-49:

"This socialism is the declaration of permanence of the revolution, the class dictatorship of the proletariat as a necessary transition point to the abolition of class distinctions in general, to the abolition of all relations of production on which they rest, to the abolition of all social relations that correspond to these relations of production, to the circulation of all ideas arising from them social relations " (see MEW, Volume 7, p. 89/90, German Ed.).

And it was Lenin who studied the strategy and tactics of Marx and Engels in the Revolution of 1848 and brilliantly applied them to the revolutionary conditions in Russia, first in the 1905 Revolution, then in the February Revolution of 1917, and finally in the victorious October Revolution, with which the world socialist revolution began.

The doctrine of Marx and Engels on the permanent revolution was defined in their Address of the "Zentralbehörde an den Bund":

"While the petty-bourgeois Democrats want to bring the revolution to an end as quickly as possible ... by restricting their scope to the elimination of small bourgeois reforms," ​​it is our interest and our mission to make the revolution permanent, until all that the power of the state has been superseded by the rule of the proletariat, and the proletariat has advanced so far not only in one country but in all the ruling countries of the whole world, that the competition of the proletarians in these countries has ceased and that at least the decisive productive forces are concentrated in the hands of the proletarians.-It can not concern us to change private property, but only to destroy it, not to cover up the class antagonisms, but to abolish the classes, not to improve the existing ones Society, but about founding a new one. ("MEW Volume 7, p. 247/248, German Ed).

In the data 1848 - 1918 - 2018 we comrades of the Comintern (SH) see steps on the way to the world socialist revolution, from the bourgeois-democratic revolution to world communism. All the mistakes and shortcomings that have led to the failure of revolutions are important lessons for all subsequent revolutions, turning past defeats into victories. This is the Marxist dialectic of the permanent revolution, which should not be confused with Trotsky's anti-Marxist thesis.



The revolution of 1848 and proletarian internationalism


The whole work of Marx and Engels in 1848 was filled with the fighting spirit of proletarian internationalism. Marx and Engels paid the greatest attention to the struggle of the oppressed peoples for national liberation. They welcomed the upswing of the national liberation movement of the Poles, Czechs, Hungarians and Italians. They saw them as allies in the fight against the feudal-absolutist reaction in Germany and against the other forces of the European counterrevolution.

The founders of Marxism, who emphasized the connection and causal relationship between the revolutions in the various countries, attached great importance to the victory of the proletarian revolution in France, which had to give a powerful impulse to the revolutionary struggle of the popular masses in other European countries. Marx and Engels hoped that the victory of the French proletariat would facilitate the completion of the bourgeois-democratic revolution in Germany and the transition to proletarian revolution in that country.



The Betrayal of the Bourgeoisie on the Revolution of 1848


Lenin datedthe year 1848 as the beginning of a new era of the labor movement and world history. The year 1848 showed "that only the proletariat is socialist in nature". In these words, Lenin summarized in his essay "The historical destinies of the teachings of Karl Marx" (March 14, 1913) the result of the revolution of 1848:

"The liberal bourgeoisie is a hundred times more afraid of the independence of this class than of any reaction." Cowardly liberalists crawl on their belly towards the reactionaries... All the lessons of non-class socialism and non-class politics are pure nonsense. "

While the revolutions in England and France led to the establishment of a new political order in line with the capitalist mode of production, the German March Revolution of 1848 "reformed" only the highest political leadership, leaving untouched all the old bureaucracy, the Old Army, the Old Parquets ... in the Service of Absolutism "(see Karl Marx, Volume 6, p.234 German Ed)
In England and France, the bourgeoisie was at the head of the revolutionary movement, but the Prussian bourgeoisie did not strive for it The bourgeoisie sought at all costs to remain on the "legal ground" and thus rejected any determined struggle against the forces of feudal society. So later, social democracy and modern revisioism also placed themselves on the "legal ground" of capitalist society and are still fighting against the socialist revolution.

The German people were neither able to win a decisive victory over feudalism nor to overcome the dismemberment of Germany. The political order of the country, the whole bureaucracy and police apparatus were not touched and the masses remained without arms against the armed counterrevolution. The reason for this course of the German revolution was seen by the founders of Marxism in the policy of the liberal bourgeoisie who came to power.

The German bourgeoisie, frightened by the revolutionary struggle of the French proletariat and by the awakened class consciousness of the German workers, betrayed the interests of the people and made an alliance with the feudal reaction. The German bourgeoisie, when her historical hour had come, did not disempowered the feudal lords, but, for fear of the newly awakening working class, made a compromise with the Junkers, gave them the political power while they themselves cared for the expansion of the capitalist economy. Subsequently the bourgeoisie formed with the Junkers an exploitive bloc. The German people were unable to free themselves in the glow of a people's revolution from the servility that had arisen under the centuries of reactionary rule.



The revolution of 1848 and Marx' call for refusal of payment of taxes


As an example of the concrete intervention of Marx in the revolution is his call for denial of paying taxes, which today has lost nothing of topicality, and therefore he was promptly brought to justice. In the revolution of 1848, Karl Marx set up the famous slogan of tax refusal in order unarm the counterrevolutionary government. Marx saw the tax-refusal campaign as a means to ignite the revolutionary energy of the masses and to start a new phase of the revolution, which, if successful, would bring about the overthrow of the king's power and the final victory of the people. In contrast to the Prussian National Assembly, which only called for passive resistance to the tax collection, Marx called in his articles "to oppose any kind of violence by means of violence. The passive resistance must be built on the basis of the active resistance. Otherwise it resembles the calf's struggle against his butcher. "

Marx saw one of the reasons for the failure of the March Revolution in the passive attitude of the National Assembly.



The Revolution of 1848 and the dual rule of the bourgeoisie and feudal lords


Marx saw in the conflict between the Crown and the National Assembly the struggle between two state powers, two sovereigns. But two sovereign powers can not simultaneously coexist in one state. The struggle between them must be decided by material force. Marx released the basic class roots of this struggle. He shows that this was "not a political conflict of two factions on the ground of a society," but "the conflict of two societies themselves, a social conflict," which "had taken a political shape." It was a struggle between the crown as a representative "The old, feudal-bureaucratic society" and the National Assembly as the representative of "modern bourgeois society".

"If the crown makes a counterrevolution, the people rightly respond by revolution." (Karl Marx)


There was 1848/49 temporarily a dual rule of bourgeoisie and feudal class.

Similarly, there was a short-lived dual rule in 1918: bourgeois republic and proletarian republic.

This double rule had also existed between the February and October 1917 revolution in Russia.

And it can not be ruled out that we have to solve the question of the dual domination of the world bourgeoisie and world proletariat with the victory of the armed world socialist revolution.


The Revolution of 1848 and the Revolutionary War on the Outer Enemy


Marx and Engels not only created the doctrine of the revolution against the external class enemy, but also took part in this struggle in practice. In the revolution, the struggle is not limited to the internal enemy, but includes the fight against the external enemy. This was the case in the bourgeois-democratic revolution of 1848, when it came to the struggle against the main forces of the European counter-revolution, namely bourgeois England and feudal-absolutist Russia.

In 1848, Russian czarism was the main bulwark of the feudal-monarchist reaction in Europe, without whose destruction the victory of the European revolution and a real unification of Germany was impossible.

In 1848 it was correct to distinguish between reactionary and revolutionary-democratic nations, which is why Marx and Engels rightly called for the war against tsarism. In the revolutionary war against Russian Tsarism, Marx and Engels saw not only a means of defending the revolution, but also a condition for their further development.

Today we are not defending the imperialist West against imperialist Russia, or vice versa, because both camps are counterrevolutionary and must therefore both be defeated in the socialist revolution. At present there are no reactionary and revolutionary nations as in 1848. Today, the world proletariat wages war against the whole counterrevolutionary world bourgeoisie.



The revolution of 1848 and the question of the peasants


"The German Peasants' War" written by Friedrich Engels generalizes the experiences of the German Revolution of 1848-49. "The parallel between the German Revolution of 1525 and that of 1848/49 was too close to be rejected at that time", Friedrich Engels wrote later. Analyzing the revolutionary events in Germany in the sixteenth century, Engels showed that the main cause of the failure of these two major movements of the German people can be found in the treacherous attitude of the German bourgeoisie in the sixteenth century and the German bourgeoisie in the nineteenth century. As WI Lenin noted, Engels "particularly underlined the common doctrine of both movements, namely: fragmentation of actions, lack of centralization among the oppressed masses, which is related to their petty-bourgeois life situation." In the Peasants' War, the bourgeoisie did not side with the peasant -plebejischen camp to abolish feudalism together, but on the side of the princes and against the peasants.The crucial difference in the class situation at the time of the 16th and 19th centuries was that the working class in Germany until the 19th century The birth of Marxist ideas marked the first period of the history of the German workers' movement in 1848. At that time, the class struggle of the proletariat started in its first tentative movements. The proletariat began laboriously to recognize the value of the necessity of its own organizationing, namely as its only weapon in the fight against capitalist exploitation. In the first period of the German workers' movement the proletariat developed from a class in itself to a class for itself. Wquipped with Marxism, the proletariat laboriously freed itself from the role of an appendage of the bourgeoisie, broke away from the ideological influence of the liberal bourgeoisie and petty-bourgeois democracy, and created a politically independent Marxist party to overcome capitalist society.

The November Revolution of 1918 broke out in the second period of the German labor movement, which was linked to the development of imperialism and the First World War. The Marxist doctrine of the alliance of poor peasants with the working class, which was further developed by Lenin, should have been applied in the November Revolution of 1918 in order to win the victory over the bourgeoisie. That was one of the key reasons why the November Revolution failed. Without applying this doctrine of Marxism correctly, neither the socialist revolution in Germany nor in the whole world will succeed.

Fearing an attack on bourgeois property, the bourgeoisie left the old feudal property untouched, pushing off her indispensable ally in the fight against feudalism, the peasantry. As representatives of the proletariat as the consistently revolutionary class, Marx and Engels eagerly supported the revolutionary anti-feudal movement of the peasantry, in which they saw one of the most important driving forces of the bourgeois-democratic revolution in Germany. It was no coincidence that Friedrich Engels had written his famous book about the German Peasants' War in the middle of the Revolutionary Days of 1848. Frederick Engels' recourse to one of the most brilliant epochs of the revolutionary liberation struggle in Germany was also determined by the desire, to arouse in the people the memory of his revolutionary traditions in face of exhaustion and disappointment that prevailed in Germany.



The revolution of 1848 and the special conditions of Germany


The failure of the revolutions in Germany is also due to the incessant devastation caused by wars. In the Peasants 'War, the Thirty Years' War, the wars of the Prussian state in the 18th and 19th centuries, and especially in the First and Second World War, Germany was almost completely destroyed and dismembered. This has had a significant impact on the social and economic development of Germany and influenced class struggle in Germany.

Concerning the development of capitalism, Germany was a late bloomer and crises of capitalism in other countries like England have had a desastrous impact on people in Germany. Wars and economical Crises were always typical reasons for revolutionary uprisings in Germany on the one hand, but simultaneously reasons for counterrevolutions on the other hand.
The crises produced the first German workers' revolt of 1844 (Silesian weaver revolt), which heralded the revolution of 1848 as "Pre-March". With the Silesian weaver revolt began the open class struggle of the German workers against the bourgeoisie. In 1847 the world economic crisis broke through Germany with full force and influenced the course of the revolution of 1848.

Marx and Engels proved that the crises are one of the most powerful levers in the political upheaval and that "the returning prosperity then also bends the revolutions and establishes the victory of the reaction. A new revolution is only possible in the wake of a new crisis. "

The dark reaction produced the 1848 revolution, and its failure was again answered with sinister reaction. This was also the case before and after the November Revolution of 1918.


"The loss of their illusions"

- the most valuable Marxist lesson for the peoples after the defeat of the European revolutions of 1848-49

"The main fruit of the revolutionary movement of 1848 is not what the peoples have won, but what they have lost - the loss of their illusions." (Karl Marx, see MEW Volume 6, p. 138, German Ed.)

All the illusions of the February and March revolutions, rich in dreams, good intentions and beautiful words, were mercilessly destroyed by the purposeful course of history, by the atrocities of counterrevolution.

Even in the November Revolution of 1918, the German proletariat did not learn from this Marxist doctrine and had to pay dearly for its illusions in social-democratism. And the same thing happened in the anti-fascist struggle. The German proletariat had not learned to free itself from the illusions about Dimitroff's "Popular Front." In the alliance with the bourgeoisie, with social democracy, with revisionism and neo-revisionism, the proletariat could never and can never free itself from the shakles of capitalism. That is the still valid lesson of all revolutions in Germany.

These whole illusions of the "peaceful way", whose roots go back to the revolution of 1848, have always led to the defeat of the German proletariat and the maintenance of the power of the bourgeoisie. History has shown that exploitation and oppression in Germany could never be peacefully overcome.

And so the present capitalist regime in Germany and in the whole world can not end peacefully but only violently by means of the victory of the armed world socialist revolution.

The best guarantee for the victory of the revolution of 1848 was seen by Marx and Engels in the arming of the people. And that is also the best guarantee for the completion of the victory of the socialist revolution in Germany:

Arming the working class to disarm the bourgeoisie with the aim of establishing the dictatorship of the proletariat. This is the Marxist doctrine of the defeat of the revolution of 1848 and 1918.

We conclude with a quote from Marx and Engels, which is - modified - still valid today (only replace the word "feudal counterrevolution" by "imperialist counterrevolution"):


"Any revolutionary upheaval, though its goal seems so remote from the class struggle, must fail until the revolutionary working class triumphs, any social reform remains utopian until the proletarian revolution and the feudalist counterrevolution compete with one another in a WORLD WAR." (Karl Marx)




Long live Marx, the 1st Classic of Marxism-Leninism!

Log live the 150th anniversary of “Das Kapital”!

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

Long live world violent socialist revolution and world armed proletarian dictatorship!

Long live world socialism and world communism!

Long live the Comintern (SH)!

Comintern (SH)

Wolfgang Eggers

14th of March, 2018





in German language new publication:


Jubiläumsausgabe Komintern (SH)


Karl Marx, das Kommunistische Manifest und die Revolution von 1848-1849


zum 200. Geburtstag und zum 135. Todestag von Karl Marx und

zum 170. Jahrestag des Kommunistischen Manifests und der deutschen bürgerlichen Revolution von 1848.




120 years ago ...


Russian Social Democratic Labour Party


Founded in 1898 in Minsk


First congress of the RSDLP

from the 13th to the 15th of March, 1898

At that time Lenin was in Siberian banishment


[this website is only available in German language]





"World Socialism, not only as a Stalinist-Hoxhaist theory, but simultaneously as a Stalinist-Hoxhaist practice, is the commandment of the time".

Comintern (SH)

9th of March, 2018



 8th of MARCH




Proletarian, internationalist militant greetings to all exploited and oppressed women of this world! 


Today we celebrate the 107th International Women 's Day.


Simultaneously we celebrate the 7th founding day of our

Communist Women's International



"The Communist International can only fulfill its tasks, can only secure the final victory of the world proletariat and the abolition of the capitalist system through the closely related common struggle of women and men of the working class. The dictatorship of the proletariat can only be lively and active, can only be achieved and maintained by the participation of women of the working-class" 

Proletarian women !

Unite all the oppressed and exploited women in all countries

and participate in the

world socialist revolution!


The only path of the emancipation of women is the participation at the proletarian socialist world revolution ! 

The emancipation of women can only be the collective work of the united women of the world! 



Stalinist-Hoxhaist Women

of the world - unite !


Let us fight for the collection, education and organization of the female world proletariat under the red banner of the world socialist revolution!  


There is no emancipation of the working class without the emancipation of the working women."


new publications in German language



Der 8. März in Albanien





Die Befreiung der Frau - ein entscheidender Faktor beim Aufbau des Sozialismus in Albanien



Interview über den 7. Kongress des albanischen Frauenverbandes - BGSH






March 5, 2018

65th Day of Death


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. 



special website


also available in German language ...




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.

* * *

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


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Mурзилка 02-1938



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"Советские ревизионисты и Чехословакия"

"Советские ревизионисты и Чехословакия" (Редакционная статья газеты "Зери и популлит" от 24 июля 1968г., издание на русском языке).

Вышедшая за месяц до оккупации Чехословакии войсками Советского Союза и его сателлитами по Варшавскому договору статья раскрывает причины и рассматривает на тот момент возможные последствия чехословацких событий весны-лета 1968 года.
Чехословацкий кризис не был случайным или неожиданным явлением, он входил в рамки большого кризиса современного ревизионизма, эпицентром которого являлся Советский Союз. Этот кризис ощущался и на периферии СССР, в сателлитных странах, пытавшихся сбросить с себя ярмо советского ревизионизма, создавая новые связи, соглашения и мосты с мировым капитализмом.
Чехословакия стала шахматной доской, а клики, которые были свергнуты (Новотного — питомца Хрущева), которые пришли (Дубчека и его сторонников) и которые встали у власти в Чехословакии в дальнейшем (Гусака и Ко), служили лишь простыми пешками в руках советских ревизионистов, западноевропейского и американского империализма.




"Что показало совещание ренегатов в Карловых Варах"


"Что показало совещание ренегатов в Карловых Варах" (Брошюра включает статьи газеты "Зери и популлит" от 05.05.1967г. с аналогичным названием и от 13.04.1967г. под заголовком "Совещание в Карловых Варах — совещание предателей", издание на русском языке).

В документах дается классовая оценка конференции европейских ревизионистских партий в Карловых Варах 24-26 апреля 1967 года.
"...Основной целью, которую поставило перед собой совещание в Карловых Варах, является политическая и идеологическая мобилизация народов Европы для прекращения революционной борьбы против европейского и международного капитализма, для прекращения борьбы с американским империализмом, закрепления политических и экономических позиций старой и новой европейской буржуазии, чтобы она не боялась революции, для упрочения классового примирения, мирного сосуществования, экономической и идеологической буржуазной политики, которые разбиты и которым угрожает марксизм-ленинизм и мировая революция" (стр. 14-15 настоящего издания).




"Титовской клике не обмануть и не покорить албанское население, проживающее в Югославии"

"Титовской клике не обмануть и не покорить албанское население, проживающее в Югославии" (Редакционная статья газеты "Зери и популлит" от 5 апреля 1967 года, издание на русском языке).
Редакционная статья дает анализ причин и итогов первого с начала 50-ых годов прошлого столетия визита Тито в один из самых беспокойных югославских краев — Косово и Метохию.
Середина 60-ых годов XX века была отмечена острой национально-шовинистической борьбой в руководящих кругах титовской ревизионистской клики, достигшей своего апогея в противостоянии группировок, отражающих интересы сербской, хорватской и словенской буржуазии, и приведшей к отстранению от власти Ранковича и его ближайших сторонников. Текущий визит преследовал цель успокоить местных сербских шовинистов, сохранить и проводить впредь прежнюю политику денационализации областей Югославии с компактным проживанием албанского населения, политику национального угнетения и полицейского насилия, политику удержания этих местностей в колониальном состоянии и эксплуатации их в качестве источников сырья и дешевой рабочей силы.




«Советская ревизионистская клика идет быстрыми шагами по пути восстановления капитализма»

«Советская ревизионистская клика идет быстрыми шагами по пути восстановления капитализма» (Брошюра включает статьи газеты «Зери и популлит» от 11.03.1967г. с аналогичным названием и от 08.03.1967г. под заголовком «Социальное и моральное перерождение в Советском Союзе — следствие предательской политики хрущевских ревизионистов», издание на русском языке).

Публикация посвящена вопросам капиталистического перерождения советского государства в условиях ревизионизма у власти. Анализируются цели и последствия «новой экономической реформы» в СССР того периода времени, создававшей все условия для быстрого развития капиталистических тенденций в советской экономике, ставя во главу угла прибыльность и свободную конкуренцию в интересах новых привилегированных слоев советской аристократии, становившихся опорой ревизионизму, и в ущерб интересов простых работников; дается оценка политики «открытых дверей» для проникновения американского, английского, японского, французского, итальянского и др. монополистического капитала в советскую экономику...
Вторая статья анализирует политику хрущевских ревизионистов в области пропаганды буржуазной морали и западного образа жизни и такие последствия этой политики, как расцвет преступности, распространение коррупции, спекуляции, перерождение советского человека и его устранение от политической жизни в угоду конечным целям его новых хозяев по ликвидации завоеваний социализма.





"Предложенное Брежневым совещание "коммунистических партий" — новый заговор хрущевских ревизионистов против марксизма-ленинизма и революции»


"Предложенное Брежневым совещание "коммунистических партий" — новый заговор хрущевских ревизионистов против марксизма-ленинизма и революции» (Редакционная статья газеты "Зери и популлит" от 13 декабря 1966г., издание на русском языке).

Провалившаяся попытка Хрущева созвать в 1964 году международное совещание "коммунистических и рабочих партий" для сплочения ревизионистских рядов против создающегося фронта новых марксистско-ленинских партий и организаций была реанимирована вскоре после его отстранения от власти его же бывшими сподручными — Брежневым, Косыгиным и др. Кризис, разразившийся над хрущевскими ревизионистами, их разоблачения, их поражения как во внутренней, так и во внешней политике, стали так велики, что международное совещание стало для них неизбежной необходимостью и фатальностью с целью укрепления своих пошатнувшихся позиций на ревизионистском фронте и дальнейшей маскировки своей антимарксистской линии...
В этих условиях перед всеми подлинными коммунистами в качестве острой актуальной проблемы встал вопрос окончательного разрыва с ренегатами и достижение единства в борьбе с современным хрущевским, титовским ревизионизмом во всех его формах и проявлениях на базе марксизма-ленинизма и пролетарского интернационализма.




At the First Congress of the Comintern

Long live the 99th founding day of the Comintern !

March 4, 1919 - March 4, 2018


Lenin speaks at a rally on occasion of the opening of the Second Congress,
in which he emphasized the international significance of the founding of the Comintern.


Messages of Solidarity


Greeting Message of the Comintern (SH)

on occasion of the 99th anniversary of the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin

March 4, 1919 - March 4, 2018


On occasion of the 99th anniversary of the founding of the Comintern we send militant internationalis greetings to the comrades all over the world.

The same day that the Comintern was founded, the KPD called for a general strike to overthrow the government in order to establish workers' power.

The founding of the Comintern on 4 March 1919 coincided with the Spartakus Uprising in January 1919. That this was not a coincidence, but that the January Revolution had immediately had a significant impact on the founding of the Comintern, we would like to highlight in the context of our campaign for the 100th anniversary of the November Revolution.

At the same time we do not forget the world-historical influence that the October Revolution had on the Spartacus uprising. Help and support for the German working class in the January days came above all from Russia, where the dictatorship of the proletariat had already prevailed for more than a year.
In a letter from the Central Committee of the CPR to the KPD and the CPs of Austria and Hungary, which was sent by Lenin, Stalin and Sverdlov, the Bolshevik solidarized with the proletariat of the weakest links of world imperialism (defeated imperialist powers in the First World War). It was emphasized the necessity of the cooperation of the communist fraternal parties in the common fight for the world revolution emerges in order to create the conditions for the victory of the socialist world republic. Incidentally, this letter is not included in the works of Lenin and Stalin:

We believe and know that together with you, we will be able to build the new world of our human brotherhood and the solidarity of the peoples on the rubble of the capitalist rape state.

Long live the world revolution!

Long live the dictatorship of the proletariat!

Long live the international social republic!

Long live communism!

On behalf of the Central Committee of the KPR

Lenin Stalin Sverdlov

(written during the Spartacus Uprising 1919)


What was the special meaning of the "Spartacist Uprising", in January 1919, for the founding of the Comintern?


Nobody can answer this question better than Lenin!

"The name 'Spartakusleute', which the German Communists now bear, this only party in Germany that really fights against the yoke of capitalism, had been chosen by them because Spartacus was one of the outstanding heroes of one of the greatest slave revolts about two thousand years ago."

The Spartacist Uprising in January 1919 established the historical-organizational connection between the founding of the Comintern and the founding of the KPD, which emerged from the Spartakusbund. The Comintern (SH) sees in the Spartakus Uprising 2000 years ago and its rebirth in the Spartakus Uprising of January 1919 the dialectical-historical development process (the negation of the negation) of the world revolutionary liberation of humanity from slavery.




On behalf of the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party I declare the First Congress of the Communist International open. First I would ask all present to rise in tribute to the finest representatives of the Third International: Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg . ( All rise .)

Comrades! Our meeting has a great world-historical significance. After all, not only in Russia, but also in the most developed capitalist countries of Europe, as, for example, in Germany, the civil war became a fact. (Lenin, opening speech on the First Congress of the Comintern)

The German bourgeoisie, and with it all international imperialism, was dealt a severe blow by the Spartacist uprising, which was answered by the counterrevolution with its bloodterror at the revolutionary proletariat and the atrocious murder of its best leaders, Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg.

The blood of the best of the world-spanning proletarian International, the unforgettable leaders of the world socialist revolution, will continue to steel new masses of workers to fight for life and death. And this fight will lead to victory. (Lenin, Vol. 28, pages 442 - 445, German edition)

After the January battles in Germany, it is particularly important to note that in other countries, too, the newest form of proletarian movement is permeating and gaining its validity. (Lenin, Works, Volume 28, pages 469-470)

The objective conditions of the imperialist war provide the guarantee that the revolution will not be limited to the first stage of the Russian revolution, that it will not be limited to Russia.

The German proletariat is the most trustworthy, the most reliable ally of the Russian and the world proletarian revolution.

(Lenin, Collected Works, Volume 23, page 372-373)

Now comes the time: The rapidly maturing German revolution gives the Spartacist group to the foremost role, and we all hope with confidence that the German socialist, proletarian republic will soon bring decisive blows to world imperialism. (Lenin, Works Volume 35, page 345)

The Comintern was not founded by an armchair decision but forged by the hot flame of the world socialist revolution. Strictly speaking, the Comintern did not come into being at the same time as the October Revolution, but at a more mature time of the October Revolution, when it had spread across the Russian borders, when the German November Revolution had become the most important outpost of the October Revolution, than the January battles in Germany raged. Basically, the timing of the founding of the Comintern coincides with the time of the Spartacist uprising. The congress was supposed to begin on February 15, 1919. However, the interventionist war led by the capitalist states against Soviet Russia and the blockade they erected delayed the arrival of the participants of the congress, which therefore could not be opened until March 2, 1919.

Preparations for the convening of the First World Congress of the Communist International had already been completed with the letter of invitation of January 24, 1919.

At the very top of the list of parties invited to participate stood no lesser name than "Spartakusbund" (Germany)!

But it was not primarily about the name "Spartakusbund," but about the content of the Spartakus program, which for Lenin from the beginning was one of the foundations, goals and tactics of the Comintern.

The fact that our tactics coincide with those of the Liebknecht group is no accident. It is a step towards the inchoate Third International.

(Lenin, Collected Works, Volume 24, page 324 - 325)

Karl Liebknecht is a most celebrated representative of (...) the new, and genuine, proletarian International.

:As early as December 31, 1918, Lenin had received the draft commissioned by him for "The First Congress of the Communist International," to which he added the following important sentence:

"The program of the Spartakusbund is in its pamphlet: 'What does the Spartakusbund want?' resigned. We will soon publish this booklet in all languages (in these and those languages). "[See Lenin, Letters 1917-1919, Volume V, page 456]

It was thanks to Lenin's initiative that the Comintern had carried the Spartacus ideas into the whole world proletariat immediately after the revolutionary days of January. The last words of Karl Liebknecht were:

"And if we will still live, if it is achieved - our program will live, it will dominate the world of redeemed humanity, despite all this!"

On the same evening as the draft of the letter of invitation to found the Communist International was ready, the KPD was founded, and so on December 31, 1918. This was no sheer coincidence. Lenin put December 31, 1918 (three weeks later, thus even before the foundation of the Comintern) into a direct political context between the Comintern and the KPD:

The foundation of a genuinely proletarian, genuinely internationalist, genuinely revolutionary Third International, the Communist International, became a fact when the German Spartacus League, with such world-known and world-famous leaders, with such staunch working-class champions as Liebknecht, Rosa Luxemburg, Clara Zetkin and Franz Mehring, made a clean break with socialists like Scheidemann and Südekum, social-chauvinists (socialists in words, but chauvinists in deeds) who have earned eternal shame by their alliance with the predatory, imperialist German bourgeoisie and Wilhelm II. It became a fact when the Spartacus League changed its name to the Communist Party of Germany. Though it has not yet been officially inaugurated, the Third International actually exists.

(Lenin, Collected Works, Volume 28, page 429 - 430) 21st of ( !!! ) January 1919

The history of the founding of the Comintern goes back to January 1916 - in the middle of the First World War.

The Spartakusbund was the first organization in the world to establish, at the same time as its own creation, the creation of the Communist International as its guiding principle.

Three years before the establishment of the Communist International, the Spartakusbund, at its founding Reich-Conference of January 1916, decided to create the new International:

"Given the betrayal of the official representations of the socialist parties of the leading countries to the aims and interests of the working class, it is a vital necessity for socialism, to create a new workers' international which assumes the direction and summary of the revolutionary class struggle against imperialism in all countries.

The entire activity of the working-class movement must be subordinated to the purpose of putting the international unity of the proletarians of all countries in the foreground. "

"In the International, the emphasis is on the class organization of the proletariat.

The International decides.

The obligation to carry out the decisions of the International is a priority for all other organizational duties. "

Lenin said about the founding of the Communist International:

The Italian people are on our side, the Italian people understand what the Russian “Sovietisti” are, what the programme of the Russian “Sovietisti” and the German Spartacists is. Yet at that time we had no such programme! We had no common programme with the German Spartacists, but the Italian workers rejected all they had seen in their bourgeois press, which, bribed as it is by the millionaires and multimillionaires, spreads slander about us in millions of copies. It failed to deceive the Italian workers, who grasped what the Spartacists and the “Sovietisti” were and declared that they sympathised with their programme, at a time when this programme did not exist. That is why we found our task so easy at this Congress. All we had to do was to record as a programme what had already been implanted in the minds and hearts of the workers, even those cast away in some remote spot and cut off from us by police and military cordons. That is why we have been able to reach concerted decisions on all the main issues with such ease and complete unanimity. And we are fully convinced that these decisions will meet with a powerful response among workers elsewhere. (Lenin: Founding of the Communist International, Volume 28, pages 480-484)

Seventeen years after its founding, the Comintern (SH) has not yet become a world's international that leads the masses, but it is a Communist International that carries the same uncompromising fight against the traitors to socialism.

In our founding statement, we raised Enver Hoxha to the fifth classic of Marxism-Leninism, and we will boldly continue his fight against revisionism, firmly convinced that the Comintern (SH) will become a real Communist International of the masses - just as the Comintern which was founded 99 years ago.

With the founding of the Comintern began the organization of the world proletariat for the world socialist revolution.

With the founding of the Comintern (SH) we have again raised this world revolutionary banner of the Comintern, and we will raise it until the victory of the world dictatorship of the proletariat!

Long live the 99th anniversary of the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin!

Let us prepare for its 100th anniversary!

Let's make 2019 the "Year of the Comintern"!

Comintern (SH)

Wolfgang Eggers

March 4, 2018





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in German language

(re-translated from an English translation - by Wolfgang Eggers)


10. Jahrestag der Gründung der Komintern

2. März 1929



Brief des ZK der KPR an den deutschen Spartakusbund und an die Kommunistischen Parteien Deutsch-Österreichs und Ungarns

unterzeichnet von Lenin, Stalin und Swerdlow, geschrieben Anfang Januar 1919



Let us begin with the preparations of the

100th anniversary - next year !

The Comintern (SH) decides the year 2019 as the

"100 Years of the Comintern"

on occasion of the founding of the Comintern in 1919



Website of the Comintern (SH):




Our Comintern Archive





In 2018, the Comintern (SH) celebrates the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx, the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party of Germany, the 50th anniversary of the KPD / ML and the 100th anniversary of the German November Revolution of 9 November 1918.
For this we publish a number of documents on our website which will be permanently completed:

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in English language



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And this is another article of the Comintern (SH):



On the international significance of the November Revolution

in Germany

9th of November 1918 - 9th of November 2018


The first imperialist world war produced the first international proletarian revolution, which began in Russia and continued in Germany.

The November Revolution became the outpost of the October Revolution.

With the November Revolution, Bolshevism was transformed into World Bolshevism, that is, "as a tactic for all" - as Lenin put it.

If this tactic of the October Revolution would be correctly applied to the November Revolution, the November Revolution would have been as invincible as the October Revolution.

Formally, both Russia and Germany were a national revolution, but by their very nature these revolutions went far beyond their national borders, they were part of one of the same revolution, the world socialist revolution.

The significance of the November Revolution in world history is that it provided evidence that the October Revolution had spread beyond its national borders, ushering in the world socialist revolution that we will victoriously bring to an end. At the same time, the November Revolution defended and consolidated the October Revolution, thus placing it at a higher international stage of development, namely as the basis and lever of the world socialist revolution.

After 100 years one can understand the November Revolution not otherwise than as the spreading of the October Revolution on German soil. Without the October Revolution, there would have been no November Revolution. The October Revolution gave the November Revolution its practical internationalist character, making it a significant part of the beginning world socialist revolution. Under conditions of today's globalization every revolution has (more or less) a growing "domino effect" within the whole world imperialist system.

In this assessment of the November Revolution, the Comintern (SH) differs from all other parties in the world. Our assessment is based on the dialectical recognition that the world socialist revolution has a common international content and different national forms, that the world socialist revolution is the chain with chain-links of socialist revolutions in all countries of the world. This global development process emerges from the decay process of world imperialism in the individual countries.

Our assessment is based on Marxism-Leninism, according to which the imperialist chain could nowhere else break away, than first in imperialist Russia, that is, at its weakest link. Consequently, the imperialist chain could only be further torn apart on its second weakest chain link, that was, in imperialist Germany. Through the (albeit failed) breaking away of this second link of the imperialist world-chain, the November Revolution turned into the new main chain link of the world revolution.

At any rate, this was the opinion of Lenin, who even went so far, as to consider a victory of the November Revolution in highly industrialized Germany would mean a sufficient precondition for the development of world socialism (!)

Is it possible to assess the international significance of the November Revolution higher than Lenin has done it ? Surely not.

And if the November Revolution had triumphed in all countries which had lost the First World War, then this victory would also be a driving force for the socialist revolution of the working class in those other countries which had won the war.
The world revolution transforms the war between the imperialists among themselves into the global civil war against the entire world imperialism, and thus everywhere into a war against the internal enemy - against the socialist revolution of the working class in one's own country.

The stronger an imperialist chain link, the harder it is for the world proletariat to crush it. But if it succeeds in defeating it, then this will increase the probability of the entire world imperialist chain bursting into pieces, and thus in consequence, makes the victory of the world revolution inevitable.

The socialist revolution in the victorious countries would have become the final main link in the world socialist revolution. And that will inevitably result in the establishment of the socialist world republic, for whose victory Lenin had fought all his life and what we continue to fight for today. This situation repeated itself only once in the history of the world revolution, namely with the victory of Stalin in the Great Patriotic War.

The Comintern (SH) has dialectically linked the principles of the development of world socialist revolution with the principles of the collapse of the imperialist world chain. The links of the world socialist chain emerge from nothing but from the smashed links of the world imperialist chain.

It is the characteristic of the world socialist revolution that it can not completely free itself from all its various national shells until it has secured its world-wide victory.

At first, the national form of the November Revolution, in which the world revolution had developed, dominated. However, through today's globalization, these former national characteristics are more and more disappearing. The world socialist revolution assimilates its different national forms more and more until they have become conform to it. In this way, the German November Revolution of today will be not the same as 100 years ago when it failed.

After a hundred years, the November Revolution will increasingly take on an international form. The transformation of the defeat of the November Revolution into a victory will take place at a time when globalization has already turned against world imperialism itself, and where, therefore, the decrepit world-imperialist chain is crumbling within itself and much easier to be completely crushed. This is that the bourgeoisie could still prevent 100 years ago.

The stronger world imperialism becomes in the course of globalization, all the more enslavement of the peoples. And vice versa, the globalization strengthens the anti-imperialist struggle of the exploited and oppressed peoples to the same degree of the decay process of world imperialist chain-links.

Each bursting away of the next weakest link of world imperialism corresponds with the liberation of all those peoples, who were enslaved by these weakest imperialist countries. The international significance of the November Revolution is therefore also that German imperialism lost its colonies. Although the German colonies were immediately annexed by the victorious powers, the November Revolution provided at least a respite to the peoples who had been enslaved and exploited by German imperialism. The November Revolution has given an impetus for the national liberation struggle against the former German colonialists. Under the present conditions of globalization, the world socialist revolution will shatter not only the entire imperialist world chain, but all the chains of colonial and neo-colonial enslavement of peoples. Only through globalization does the movement of the world proletariat fuse with the liberation movement of the peoples into an invincible movement to overthrow world imperialism. And despite its defeat, the November Revolution has contributed to this unstoppable unification of world revolutionary forces.

Without the victory of the world revolution, without the victory of world Bolshevism, Lenin taught, socialism will inevitably be strangled by world imperialism. World history has proved him right. But the world revolution not only learns from its victories, but above all from its defeats, and that is also true of the defeat of the November Revolution in Germany. Learning from the defeat of the November Revolution, this will be one of the decisive pre-conditions for its victory which will come inevitably.

Wolfgang Eggers

February 22, 2018




on occasion of te 100th anniversary of the German





in Portuguese language

Karl Marx

A Dominação Britânica na Índia

10 de Junho de 1853

Publicado no jornal New-York Daily Tribune,

n.º 3804, de 25 de Junho de 1853.


in German language

10 Years

1918 - 1928



"Rote Fahne" -Archive








January 1848 - 170 Years Communist Manifesto of Marx and Engels


15. January 1919 – 99 Years Murder of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht (in cooperation with the German Section)


21st of January 1924 - 9th Day of Death of Lenin


30th of January 1933 - 85 years fighting day against fascism and reaction


January 1848 - 170th anniversary of the Revolution in Italy






2nd of February 1943 - Stalingrad - 75 years


1848 170th anniversary of the French Revolution


10th February 1898 - 120th anniversary of Bertolt Brecht


23rd of Februar 1918 - 100th founding day of the Red Army







5. March 1953 - 65. Death Day of Josef V. Stalin


2. - 6. March 1919 - 99. Anniversary of the foundation of the Comintern


6 - 8 March 1918 - 100th anniversary of the 7th Congress of the CPR (B)


8. March - 1911 - International Women's Day - Fourth Anniversary of the Foundation of the Women's Communist International (SH)


13 - 15 March 1898- 120 years First Congress of the CPSU (B)


14. March 1883 - 135 Death Day of Karl Marx


18th of March 1871 - 147 Anniversary of the Paris Commune


18th of March - 95th Anniversary of the political prisoner day


1848 - 170th anniversary of the German Revolution


15 March 1848 170th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution


28th of March 1868 - 150th anniversary of Maxim Gorky


31st of March 1898 - 120th Day of Death of Eleonor Marx

March–April 2003 - 15 Years Iraq War





11th of. April 1985 - 33. Death Day of Enver Hoxha


12th of April 1923 - Ernst Aust -95th birthday (prepared by the German Section)


15th of April 1888 - 130th Day of Death of Joseph Dietzgen


16. April 1886 - 132. Birthday of von Ernst Thälmann (German Section)


17 - 25 April 1923 - 95 years: 12th Congress of the CPSU (B)


19th of April 1943 - 75 years: Warsaw Ghetto


20th of April 1953 65. Death Day of Erich Weinert


22nd of April 1870 - 148th birthday of Lenin







First May (!) International fighting day of the working class


14th Anniversary of the re-foundation of the RILU


5th of May 1818 - 200th birthday of Karl Marx


5th of May - Memorial Day of the Heroes of Albania


9th of May 1945 - Victory over the Hitler-Nazis - 73rdanniversary


14th of May 1948 - 70 Years founding of the state Israel


25th of May 1963 - 55th anniversary of the African Liberation Day







June 12, 1943 - 75 years: dissolution of the Comintern

June 22, 1941 - Beginning of the Great Patriotic War (77th anniversary)


1848 170th anniversary of the Serbian Revolution


1968 - 50 years student movement





Letter of the CC of the PLA to the CC of the CP of China, July 1978 - 40 years ago

8 July 1968 - 50 years: Chrisler Wildcat Strike


10th of July 1943 - 75 years: founding of the Albanian People's Army


17th of July - 1st of September 1928 - 90th anniversary of the 6th Congress f the Comintern


26 July 1848 -170th anniversary of the Matale Rebellion - Sri Lanka


Juli 1936 – 82nd anniversary Spanish Civil War







5th of August 1895 - 123rd Death Day of Friedrich Engels

25th of August 1985 - 33 th Death Day of Ernst Aust (German Section)


August 1968 - invasion of the Soviet Imperialists in Chekoslovakia


31st of 1948 - 70th death day of Shdanow






1st of September 1939 - Begin of the Second World War


1st of September - International Day against imperialist wars


1st of September 1928 - 90th anniversary of the Comintern-Programme - adopted at the 64th session of the 6th Congress of the Comintern - 90th anniversary of Stalin's speeches on the July Plenum of the C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.) on the Comintern Programme


11th of September 1973 Chilean coup état


September 1908 - 110 years Lenin: "Empiriocriticism"






1st of October 2014 - 4th anniversary of the ICS


2nd of October 1968 - 50 Years Massacre in Mexico


9th October 1918 - 100th anniversary of Lenin's book: "The proletarian revolution and the Renegade Kautsky"


10 - 16 October 1923 - 95 years - founding of the Red Peasant International (Krestintern)


16th of October 1908 - 110th birthday of Enver Hoxha


October 21, 1993 25 Years - Burundian Civil War


22. Oktober 1878 - 30. September 1890 Anti-"Socialist Laws" in Germany - 140 years






1923 - 95 Years Hamburg Uprising


7th of November 1917 - October-Revolution - 101st Anniversary


7th of November 1st anniversary of the foundation of the Russian Section of the Comintern (SH)


8th of November 1941 - 77th anniversary - Foundation of the PLA


8th of November 1948 - 70th anniversary of the First Congress of the PLA


8th of November 2011 - anniversary of the Foundation of the Sections of the Comintern (SH)


9th of November 1918 - 100 Years November-Revolution in Germany


20th November 1919 - 99th Anniversary of the foundation of the YCI


23rd of November 1941 77thanniversary of Foundation of the Association of Youth of Labour of Albania


- Anniversaries of foundation of the Sections of the Young Communist International


28th of November 1820 - 1898th Birthday of Friedrich Engels


29th of November 1944 - 74th Anniversary of the Liberation of Albania






5. - 6. December 1928 - 90 years: "Banana Massacre" United Fruit Company, Colombia


18th of December - International Migrants Day


21st of December 1879 - 139th Birthday of Stalin


24th of December 1918 -100 years: a radio broadcast was made from Moscow calling upon the "communists of all countries" to "rally around the revolutionary Third International."


31st December 2000 - 18 anniversary foundation of the Comintern (SH)


31. 12. 1968 - 50. anniversary of the founding of the KPD/ML

100. anniversary of the founding of the KPD of Ernst Thälmann (German Section)


1918 - foundation of Communist Parties in the Netherlands, Chekoslovakia, Greece, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus - 100 years !





The Comintern (SH) decides the year 2019 as the

"100 Years of the Comintern"

on occasion of the founding of the Comintern in 1919





World crisis can never be finished by the world capitalists.

World crisis can only be finished by the world proletariat.


If - all over the world - every labourer, every unemployed worker, every cook, every poor peasant sees - not from the internet but with his own eyes -,

- that the world-state of the proletariat does not strive for "global wealth", but is helping the poor on this planet,

- that this world-proletarian state does not hesitate, to adopt world-revolutionary measures,

- that it confiscates ALL surplus stocks of provisions from ALL parasites on the globe and distributes them to the world's hungry,

- that it forcibly installs every homeless on earth in the houses of the rich,

- that it compels the rich to pay for milk, (but does not give them a drop until the children of ALL poor families are sufficiently supplied),

- that the land of the whole world is being transferred to the working people and the factories und banks all over the world are being placed under the control of the world proletariat,

- that immediate and severe punishment is meted out to every single millionaire who conceals his wealth,


- when the poor in every country see and feel all this,

then, never again, world capitalist forces, no forces of world finance capital, no forces of countries' finance capital, no force of exploiters in the countries which manipulates millions of millions, will tantalize the peoples,

then, the socialist world revolution will triumph all over the world and shall mature in all countries.


After the establishment of the Socialist World Republic

every citizen of the world will receive a universal and uniform world passport

- globally valid in all countries -

[Decision of the Comintern (SH)]



Long live Stalinism-Hoxhaism ! (English)


Es lebe der Stalinismus-Hoxhaismus ! (German) DEUTSCH

Да здравствует сталинизм - Ходжаизм ! (Russian)

გაუმარჯოს სტალინიზმ–ხოჯაიზმს! (Georgian)

Viva o Estalinismo-Hoxhaismo! (Portuguese)

Viva Stalinismo-Hoxhaismo! (Italian)

斯大林霍查主义万岁! (Chinese)

Viva el Stalinismo-Hoxhaismo! (Spanish)

Vive le Stalinisme-Hoxhaisme! (French)

At zije Stalinismus-Hodzismus! (Czech-Slovak)

Ζήτω ο σταλινισμός - χοτζαϊσμός! ! (Greek)

Živeo Staljinizam - Hodžaizam! (Bosnian)

! زنده باد استالینیسم-خوجهئیسم (Farsi)

Niech zyje Stalinizm-Hodzyzm! - (Polski)


Længe leve Stalinismen-Hoxhaismen (Danish)

Hidup Stalinisma dan Hoxhaisma! (Malay) Bahasa Melayu

Staliniyamum-Hoxhaiyamum niduzhi vazga (Thamil)

Viva o Stalinismo e o Hoxhaísmo (Português Brasil)

स्टालिनबाद-होक्जाबाद जिन्दाबाद! (Nepali) 

Trăiască Stalinism-Hodjaismul! (Romanian)

Viva l'Estalinisme-Hoxaisme! (Occitan)


سٹالنزم ، ہوکسزازم زندہ باد پائندہ باد
(اردو) (Urdu)


!عاشت الستالينية-الخوجية (Arab language)




"The social revolution must be the united action of the proletarians of all countries for the simple reason that most of the countries and the majority of the world’s population have reached the capitalist stage of development in which the revolutionary solution of the main contradiction between capital and labor is on the agenda."

[Comintern (SH)]
19. 1. 2017



It is the great duty of the Comintern (SH), to lead the world proletariat to political world power.


Stalinism-Hoxhaism answers all questions of the socialist world revolution on the basis of the idea of the world dictatorship of the proletariat.

Comintern (SH)