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Proletarians of all countries - unite !



World proletariat - unite all countries !



The Comintern (SH) has still no Statute.

 

 

 

 

 

The tasks of the Sections of the Comintern (SH)

 

adopted August 6, 2015

 

 

1. The ideological task is:

 

to study, propagate, implement and further develop the lessons of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism and the main ideological documents of the Comintern (SH) by drawing the principled ideological demarcation line, and by struggling mercilessly against all sort of revisionism and neo-revisionism - no matter by which masks opportunism is hidden, in general;

to study, propagate and defend the ideological treasures of the PLA and comrade Enver Hoxha as the 5th Classic of Marxism-Leninism, in particular.



2. The political task is:

 

the recruitment and leadership of the proletariat in your country as a detachment of the world proletariat, guided by the Bolshevik world party, for the preparation, propagation and implementation of the socialist world revolution, in general, and for the preparation, propagation and implementation of the socialist revolution in your country, in particular.



3. The organizational task is:

 

The world proletariat has no other weapon in the socialist revolution and for the dictatorship of the world proletariat than its world organization.

Just as the proletariat of your country is indivisibly part of the world proletariat, your Section is indivisibly Part of our World Party.

Therefore, it is the organizational task of your Section to strengthen the Comintern (SH).

Implementing the central organizational decisions of the Comintern (SH) is the general organizational task.

The organizational task, in particular, is organizing the class struggle of the proletariat in your country on all battle fields – closely linked with the struggle for the socialist revolution:

the economical struggle ( organizing improvements of the living conditions of the proletariat and the people in your country)

the struggle against fascism and reaction (organizing the struggle against the counter-revolution in your country for its revolutionary overthrow)

the anti-imperialist struggle against world imperialism in general and against single imperialist powers in particular. Liberation from all external and internal, hidden and open enemies of your country. On a global scale, your Section supports our struggle against the superpowers and their imperialist camps.

Last not least: organizing the support of the closest class ally of the proletariat – the poor peasants.

The organizational structure of the Sections of the Comintern (SH) is built up according to the organizational norms and principles of the Bolshevik World Party (global democratic centralism). The own democratic centralism of your own Section is embedded in, and inseparably part of, the democratic centralism of the Comintern (SH).



The releationship between the Comintern (SH and its Sections

 

The strengthening of the Sections is indispensable for the strenghtening of the Comintern (SH).

All our Sections know very well their important role for fulfilling the revolutionary mission of the world proletariat and its vanguard of which the Sections are a part.

All the more it is very important to answer the practical question about the minimum requirements for the foundation of a new Section and for upholding its existence [ not to mention its necessary strenghtening and growing as the only guarantee for the prospering of the Comintern (SH) as a whole ].

Sections must primarily serve the revolutionary matter of the world proletariat and the strengthening of its world party - the Comintern (SH), in general, and especially in their own country.

The preparation, creation and development of our Sections is essentially and exceptionally based on our correct application of the theory, principles and rules of Bolshevist partybuilding.

The party-building of the World party requires highest standard of rules and principles of Bolshevist party-building in general.

And in particular, the type of the party-building of the Bolshevist world party is different from every other type of Bolshevist party-building:

The upbuilding of the Comintern (SH) as the central head quarter of the world proletariat must be dialectically combined and be brought into accordance with the upbuilding of the Sections as the Comintern' s detachments and head quarters of the proletariat in the countries.

Every interruption, every error and mistake, every failure and delay of the necessary combination and harmonization of these two inseparable elements of the party-building of the Bolshevist world party (central head quarter and Sections' head quarter) can lead to complications, to weaknesses, and in the worst case to the total liquidation of the Communist International, and thus to the defeat of the world proletariat in its struggle for getting rid of world capitalism and for establishing its global dictatorship.

How do we define the "self-dependence" of the party-building of the Sections ?

The word "Section" is defined as an inseparable, immanent part of the Communist International. Consequently, the self-independence of the Section is defined as part of the self-independence of the world party.

The self-independence of the party-building of the Sections is needed for building up the Comintern (SH) in their own countries, in general, and in taking part in the global partybuilding, in particular. This is in accordance with the self-independence of the proletariat in single countries which strengthens the self-independence of the world proletariat.

The self-independence of the world party is needed for its global party-building in general, and for building up its Sections, in particular - according to the self-independence of the world proletariat.

The self-independence of the proletariat of the countries is part of the self-independence of the world proletariat.

There is no self-independence of the Comintern (SH) without the self-independence of the Sections. And vice versa, there is no self-independence of the Sections without the selfindependence of the Comintern (SH). Both form an inseparable unit.

The relationship between the self-independence of the party building of the Comintern (SH) and that of its Sections is generally defined by the Bolshevist rules and norms of democratic centralism.

The democratic centralism of the World party requires highest standard of rules and principles of democratic centralism in general.

And in particular, the type of the democratic centralism of the Bolshevist world party is different from every other type of Bolshevist democratic centralism:

The democratic centralism of the Comintern (SH) as the central head quarter of the world proletariat must be dialectically combined and be brought into accordance with the democratic centralism of the Sections as the Comintern' s detachments of the proletariat in the countries.

Centralism is the crucial principle of the Bolshevik world party. However, strict centralism of the Comintern (SH) does not exclude or replace the own initiative, the own democratic centralism of the Sections. In the contrary, the one requires the other.

The democratic centralism of the Sections is immanent and inseparable part of the democratic centralism of the world party. There is no Chinese wall between the democratic centralism of the Comintern (SH) and that of its Sections.

There is no democratic centralism of the Comintern (SH) without the democratic centralism of the Sections. And vice versa, there is no democratic centralism of the Sections without the democratic centralism of the Comintern (SH).

Every interruption, every error and mistake, every failure and delay of the necessary combination and harmonization of these two inseparable elements of the democratic centralism of the Bolshevist world party can lead to complications, to weaknesses, and in the worst case to the total liquidation of the Communist International, and thus to the defeat of the world proletariat in its struggle for getting rid of world capitalism and for establishing its global dictatorship.

Just as the proletariat in a single country is an inseparable part of the world proletariat, so are the Sections inseparable part of the Comintern (SH). We strengthen our global unity not only ideologically but consequently also organizationally.



Who is a Section of the Comintern (SH) ?

 

The Sections are the representatives of the Comintern (SH) in their own countries and fight in their particular situation.

The revolution in every country is indivisible part of the world revolution. The Section is therefore indivisible part of the world party.

The Comintern (SH) has its Sections who act independently and self-reliant in their own country in accordance with all the other Sections and in accordance with the Comintern (SH) as a whole world party. Every Section proudly joins the world proletarian army of the revolution ! The enemy in every country has become a global enemy and therefore we must organize ourselves globally if we want to overthrow world capitalism inclusively the capitalism in our own country.

Fraternal trust and unity are gradually being restored among the communists of different countries by means of the cooperation of the Sections of the Comintern (SH).

This in turn, will create conditions for united revolutionary actions by the workers of different countries.

Only such actions - organized by the world party and its Sections - can guarantee the most systematic development and the most likely success of the world socialist revolution.

That is the essence of the organizational question of the Sections of the Comintern (SH).

In the first period of the Bolshevist party-building, the Comintern (SH) is the driving force for the Bolshevist party-building of the Sections. In the advanced period of the partybuilding of the world party, the party-building of the Sections will become the decisive driving force of the further development of the whole Comintern (SH).



What are the criteria for the foundation of a new Section of the Comintern (SH) ?

 

1.

There is no Section of the Comintern (SH) which is not guided by the lessons of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism.

The first and formost criterion for the foundation of a new Section is the total clearness and guidance by the lessons of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism.

The foundation of the Comintern (SH) was based on the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism and this concerns automatically also to the foundation of the Sections of the Comintern (SH).



2.

The Comintern (SH dictates imperatively and without exception the complete break with neo-revisionism as well as the complete break with any centrist position towards the neorevisionists as a precondition for the foundation of a new Section of the Comintern (SH).

The 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism are our incontrovertible demarcation-line from any other comrades, groups and organizations, and superior criterion for founding a Section of the Comintern (SH).



3.

One of the basic and indispensable tasks of every Section is the unconditioned, permanent and actual propagation of the Comintern (SH), its ideas, its theoretical documents , its central organ ... including statements etc. - namely translated in the native language.

This concerns also to the obligatory participation of every Section in central actions of the Comintern (SH).

Every Section supports the propaganda and actions of all the other Sections.

Vice versa, the Comintern (SH) and the other Sections - on their part - support the propaganda and actions of every single Section obligatory.



4.

The preparation, creation and development of our Sections is essentially and exceptionally based on our correct application of the theory, principles and rules of Bolshevist partybuilding according to the teachings of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism.



5.

The upbuilding of the Sections as the Comintern' s detachments of the proletariat in the countries must be dialectically combined and be brought into accordance with the upbuilding of the Comintern (SH) as the central head quarter of the world proletariat.



6.

The self-independence of the proletariat of the countries is part of the self-independence of the world proletariat. Consequently: The self-independence of the Sections is part of the self-independence of the Comintern (SH).



7.

The democratic centralism of the Sections is immanent and inseparable part of the democratic centralism of the world party.



8.

New Section can be founded annually only on the 8th of November (foundation day of the PLA). This is a historical date and we impose an obligation on the comrades of the new Section to follow the path of the PLA in words and deeds.



9.

A certain probationary period is indispensable to examine candidates in practice if they are eligible and reliable candidates BEFORE the Comintern (SH) decides on the foundation of a new Section.



10.

The Comintern (SH) decides on the foundation of a Section.

The delineation of these criteria for the creation of Sections will be decided by the Comintern (SH).



11.

We actively prepare and educate candidates for the nomination of the foundation of a new Section by supporting them in their countries - for example by giving them a public platform for their propagation in their native language on our web-sites which are, last not least, all completely controlled by the Comintern (SH) which decides on what is published or not.



12.

Last not least, we can check up on candidates if they only propagate their "own ideas of their country" or if they also propagate the ideas of proletarian internationalism, the socialist world revolution and the internationalist character of socialism and communism, the texts of the Comintern (SH) in general, and the texts of the other Sections in particular.

Candidates who do not propagate the basic and topical ideas and statements of the Comintern (SH) and Sections - namely in the native language of their country - can hardly be eligible candidates for creating a Section of the Comintern (SH).





"Comintern (SH) - Codex”

 

Member of the Comintern (SH) can be every communist all over the world who dedicates his/her life in words and deeds to the revolutionary liberation and emancipation of the world proletariat, who actively supports the political-ideological line of the Comintern (SH)

[both locally and globally] , who takes actively part in the class-struggle of the Comintern (SH) - [also in financial regard], and who acts unconditionally according to all the rules, directives and decisions of the Comintern (SH).

Strict periodicity for dialogue between all members of Comintern (SH) is to be established and guaranteed. Every member of the Comintern (SH) has the right to be informed about the inner life of the Comintern (SH), to say freely his/her opinion and to take actively part in decision-making and has simultaneously the duty of giving report on the work for which he/she is responsible. The Bolshevist principle of criticism and self-criticism and mutual control is indispensable for the strengthening of the Comintern (SH), in general, and that of the individual comrades, in particular. Every member of the Comintern (SH) maintains the maximum discipline and responsibility in work. Each comrade of the Comintern (SH) is an exemplary example of high conscious and heroic work!

The principles, norms and rules of the members of the Comintern (SH) are based on proletarian internationalist collectivism. They are discussed and decided collectively, apply uniformly to all and they are all equally authentic and obligatory. Each member of the Comintern (SH) is not only responsible for his own work but moreover for the work of all the other comrades - above all, responsible for the work of the entire collective. We combine individual with collective work while always giving priority to the later.

Everything we do, serves the world proletariat and therefore we take over fully joint responsibility to the revolutionary matter of the world proletariat, for both the positive and negative results of our work. We conduct ourselves in solidarity with each other, as models of genuine proletarian internationalists. We are all together guided by the teachings of the five classics of Marxism-Leninism and we educate and support each other in their spirit.

This is and remains a firm bond that binds us inseparable. Our collective energy of proletarian internationalism which we share is the inexhaustible source for the successful development and the further strengthening of the Comintern (SH).

The Comintern (SH) does not accept hierarchy in our ranks. We neither accept "big" nor "small" comrades, neither "guided" nor "leading" comrades. All comrades in the Comintern (SH) are equal, independent of each other, each to its ultimate consequences in solidarity with the great cause of the proletarian, socialist world revolution. We provide each other mutual aid and assistance, we advise each other and work together, coordinate our thoughts and actions to achieve our common goal. We should prove the boundless fidelity to ideas of Marxism-Leninism and ideas of Communism.

Each comrade should try to help the other comrades to improve their work and to correct their mistakes; however, each comrade should also be fully prepared to accept criticisms and corrections coming from the other members of the Comintern (SH).

In this way, comrades will assist each other (indeed, even during the process of work, the comrades should put forward proposals relatively to the work of the others and if one of them finds some sources or materials which can be useful to aid the other participating comrades, he should not hesitate about telling them). Only after this period of mutual criticisms, self-criticisms and corrections, the comrades should present their work to the other members of the Comintern (SH) which did not take direct part in its elaboration. And, once more, the work will be subjected to the criticisms and corrections of these other members of the Comintern. Therefore, before being published, articles will be examined, criticized, analyzed and corrected by all comrades of the Comintern.

This strategy has the advantage of permitting that all members can exercise mutual revolutionary vigilance over the works and activities of the other comrades. This is very useful because we live in a bourgeois-capitalist world, we are constantly subjected to anticommunist ideology and that can cause us to commit mistakes and to suffer deviations from genuine Marxist-Leninist-Stalinist-Hoxhaist ideological principles, even if we do this unwittingly and unconsciously. It can happen that, in a bilateral contact, some errors go unnoticed. But this is much more difficult to occur if all comrades analyze and criticize a determined work in an authentically communist manner.

This also permits that every task accomplished by the Comintern will be always a collective work, it will be authored by all comrades because all of them, without exception, contributed to its fulfillment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Historical document of the Comintern (SH)

 

from the year 2001/2002

 

Statute

of the

Communist International

(draft)

(first edition the 6th of July, 2001; second edition the 11th of April, 2002)

(a possible form in a more advanced stage of the organisational upbuilding )



Instruction for using the Statute:

The following Statute is yet only an idea, only a draft for the future, a helpful orientation, an outlook – still not more.

(this is a quotation of an extract of the original „General Line of the Comintern [ML]“ – which is not yet completely translated from German to other languages. So this is only an English translation of the extract:

 

The following statute (-draft) is a proposal, orientated to the old Statute of the Comintern, but not a dogmatic pattern of it, because time is not ripe for overtaking the old Comintern Statute until several bolshevist parties are not yet joint.

First, it is very important that in every country Marxist - Leninists Parties shall attend to the political education of their members in the principles of Marxism - Leninism so that any future attempt on the part of leaders to divert a Party along the path of revisionism may be checked and eliminated before it has done any permanent damage;

It is important that the joint organisations must work, in cooperation with other Marxist - Leninist organisations and parties, for the unification of the Marxist - Leninist forces in each country into a single Marxist - Leninist Party;

It is important to understand that the continued existence of revisionism presents the most serious hindrance to Marxist - Leninists everywhere, and we must particularely beware of those who call themselves `Marxist - Leninists` but in reality practise revisionism;

More than loose organisational ties between the Comintern [ML] and its supporting sympathizers cannot be presumed under the present conditions. However, to avoid spontaneous developments in the very beginning we insist on ideological clearness, discipline and strong demarcation-line against revisionism concerning the principles of the Statute of the world`s communist party. The Statute has to serve the centralization of class-struggle – it may never be a dogmatic hindrance of our struggle. We need a Statute which brings us forth. So we must change it flexibly - suitable for every special stage of development of our organization. In the current situation it is nearly impossible to work with a statute sufficiently.

Introduction

In accordance with the old Comintern the members of the Comintern [ML] strive for Sections on the countries` level ground.

It is only the free will of the Marxist-Leninists all over the world to join the Comintern [ML], as it is as well their free will to join the bolshevist party in their own country. Marxist-Leninists are internationalists and organize in internationalist parties who strive for the unity of the bolshevist party in their own country and its unification in the bolshevist world party. So the Statute of the Sections and the Statute of the World Party differ in the form but are the same in their contents.

All the Sections are parties - built on the Leninist type of bolshevist parties as well as the world party itself. The bolshevisation of its members is basically pre-condition of the functionability of the Comintern [ML] and therefore anchored in the Statute of the Comintern [ML]:

Only those parties can be member of the Comintern [ML] who anchor in their statute the 12 theses of Stalin concerning bolshevisation and who try to realize bolshevisation permanently in practice.

Moreover the members of the Comintern [ML] are not only obliged to acknowledge the General Line, the Statute and the Programme ( 1928 ), but also to transfer it into the class-struggle of the own country and to apply as well to the international stage of the class-struggle, to help each other in solidarity, to strengthen the best revolutionary forces of the world proletariat so that they are able and really leading the Comintern [ML]. The Statute of the Communist International [Marxists -Leninist] demands for the organizational assurance of the concentration of the best revolutionaries all over the world.

The organization of all bolshevist parties within the Comintern [ML] has to unfold instruments of the best possible support of the class-struggle of all proletarians all over the world concerning the worldwide struggle in a whole as well as the class-struggle in each single country.

The strength of mutual class-solidarity will be achieved by tight centralization, unification and optimal coordination of all the forces by a common General Staff of the whole world proletariat. This Genral Staff stands in narrow, elastical and dialectical connection with the leadership of the Sections in every single country. The leadership of the Sections organizes the unity of all revolutionary forces to lead their own struggle according to the special situation in their country. Their independent strategy and tactics, their agitation and propaganda, the transformation of their own general line is based upon international principles decided by the Comintern [ML] to contribute to the international aims of the world proletariat, to contribute to the world revolution.

The organizational forms are different and manyfold, because of the difference of particular conditions all over the world so that it is not possible to fix all of them in one statute. But there is also certain joint use of according organizational principles, that can be applied by all successfully:

As uniform as possible and as specific as necessary unfolding the needed support of class-struggle on an international stage as well as in every single country and this concerns also accordingly to agitation and propaganda.

The obligation of decisions, the reliability of practical transmissions and control by organizational forms of criticizm and self-criticizm will be achieved by the principles of proletarian discipline and democratic centralism. The democratic centralism of the Comintern [ML] presumes the own democratic centralism of the Sections. To be able to smash world imperialism, to be able to conquer the political power of the world proletariat, the democratic centralism of the Comintern [ML] and that of the Sections have to be coordinated on a maximum level for optimal productivity and most effective output of struggle-results. Highest elasticity and manoeuvrability of the world proletarian movement can only be guaranteed, if the interests of the world proletariat as a whole have the precedence under general conditions. The Sections do not only cooperate on common targets, but also cooperate among each other under centralized coordination – where it is possible and necessary ( for example neighbouring countries, who operate together as special detachments at common fronts; for example country-overlapping; for example continental : Europe; – North America; - South and Middle America; - Near and Middle East; - Russia; Central Asia; - South Asia; - East Asia; Australia/New Zealand and Europa.

The General Line of the Comintern [ML] does not replace the General Line of each Section, but serves as the basical line which is obligatory for all in like manner. The Sections derive their own General Line consisting of elements of the basical General line of the Comintern [ML] and the particular conditions of each single country. The whole organizational apparatus of the Comintern [ML] has to guarantee the opportunity of each single Section, to get the most possible support from the Sections of all the other countries.

To maintain this purpose the Comintern [ML] ratifies the following paragraphs of the Statute:

§ 1

The new international worker`s association is created to organize common revolutionary actions of the proletariat of different countries which strive for the aims:

Destruction of capitalism, establishment of the proletariat`s dictatorship, installing an international Soviet Republique for the realization of world`socialism and gradually for the complete abolishment of the classes to enter the communist society.

§ 2

The new international worker`s association is called:

Communist International [Marxists-Leninist]“ and for short: Comintern [ML];

as an abbreviation: „CIML

§ 3

All the Parties who join the Comintern [ML] only add to their own original name :Section of the Comintern [ML]

In addition of the mother tongue name of he parties it can be helpful to use an English translation, too:

example:

full name in German: „Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands / Marxisten-Leninisten“ (Sektion der Komintern/ML)

full name in English: „Communist Party of Germany / Marxists – Leninist (Section of the Comintern [ML])

abbreviation: KPD/ML (CIML)

English abbreviation: CPGer/ML (CIML)

§ 4

The symbol -respectively the flag- of the Comintern [ML] has a red background with hammer, sickle and rifle in the center of the globe. By this symbol we express the revolutionary unity of workers, peasants and soldiers in demarcation of the revisionists, whose symbols are still „hammer and sickle“.

§ 5

The Comintern [ML] is the bolshevist world party and therefore obliged – as well as each single Section -

to apply to

Stalin`s 12 theses of bolshevization.

Commonly the Comintern [ML] and the Sections care for purity of their bolshevist character by criticizm and self-critizism.

§ 6

Under the current conditions of international class-struggle the Comintern [ML] is an organization with illegal character (Marxist-Leninist guiding principles of the illegality). The First World Congress changes – in case if it`s needed - the Terms of Admission for the membership of the Sections. Till then the Terms of Admission from 6th of August, 1920 are in force (Lenin, II. Congress of the Comintern).

§ 7

The World Congress decides on the ammount and the social composition of the members of the executive committee, as well on the vote-distribution of the represented countries.

§ 8

The principle of organization is the democratic centralism:

Admissions – respectively exclusions of Sections and (leading) organs of the Comintern [ML] all by democratic elections; obligation of account of all elected organs; obligation of decisions from top to bottom; subordination of the minority under the majority; observance of iron party-discipline. The organization of the Comintern [ML] is based on collectivity and equal status of all the members.

§ 9

The highest instance of the Comintern [ML] is the World Congress represented by all parties and organizations who joint the Comintern [ML]. The World Congress meets on the decision of the participating parties and organizations. The World Congress decides on the General Line, Statute and Programme of the Comintern [ML] and as well on the necessary changes. All important questions concerning the Comintern [ML] basically have to be decided by the World Congress. The World Congress can delegate decisions to other organs for e.g. Executive Committee.



§ 10

The World Congress elects the Executive Committee of the Comintern [ML] wich is the leading organ of the Comintern [ML] between the World Congresses. The Executive Committee is a collective leading-group of all the united Sections and responsible towards the decisions of the World Congress. Decisions of the World Congress are obligatory for the Executive Committee as well for the Sections. The World Congress creates its own cotrol-organ for the observance of the decisions.

§ 11

The World Congress decides on tasks, instruments and competences of the Executive Committee, on the control of the decisions and on necessary regulations in the case if the internationalist discipline was violated, inclusively the violations of the Executive Committee.

§ 12

The World Congress decides on the modalities of financial and material supplies, on the necessary communication system and Staff of specialists.

Residence of the ECCI (Executive Committee) and the locality of the World Congress shall be determined by the World Congress itself.

§ 13

The World Congress decides on the general directions for the cooperation and the coordination among the Sections and between the Sections an the Comintern [ML]. Generally cooperation between single Sections shall be coordinated by the executivecommittee of the Comintern [ML]. Cooperation among Sections are however not always necessarily coordinated by the ECCI – it is okay, if the ECCI will be informed in time and comprehensively.

§ 14

The Comintern [ML] and its Executive Committee has not only to take into account the whole central activity, not only the international tasks, but also to consider the different circumstances under which each single Section is fighting. This does mean that it is only allowed to make decisions with general obligatory character, if these decisions can be really transformed by the Sections.

§ 15

On the creation of necessary international sub-organizations of the Comintern [ML] – Red World Army, Red International of the Unions etc. decides the World Congress.

§ 16

The revolutionalization of the current world situation and the necessarily growing importance of militance of the international class-struggle commands illegal structures, especially the Comintern [ML] and its Sections need special measurements for their safety and protection. A second front against the class-enemy has to be built up. The combination of illegal and legal work is urgently needed. Illegal work restricts classical forms of democratic centralism for example concerning the practice of the World Congress as the most important institution of the Comintern [ML]. A minimum of decisions and control from the bottom is indispensible to guarantee the vital organism of the Comintern [ML]. In former times of the Comintern there was Moscow, in times of the Comintern [ML] is no Soviet Union and it is therefore much more difficult to build up a centralized world organization. An isolated General Staff is impossible and violates the statute. So the Comintern [ML] has to consider the difficult situation of party-building in the very beginning.



§ 17

This does mean that the Comintern [ML] is not able to use the Statute in the first phase of its creation. To realize the party-building is very difficult without statute. Only such organizational forms can be anchored in a statute which are makable, practicable. We have to start with loose connections, intensive exchange of ideological work to find out a basis for practicable cooperations. The Sections are thrown on their own forces and decisions. They have to study carefully the General Line and all the basic documents of the Comintern [ML]. They have to analyse earnestly the situation in their own country and to transform the general tasks under the special circumstances of their country. The Sections have to investigate much efforts supporting the upbuilding of the Comintern [ML] particularly in the first times. Though the current situation is very hard, all comrades have to work with iron discipline to help the Comintern [ML] to develop as fast and as effective as possible. The own initiative of every comrade is demanded to arrange the necessaries of the world proletariat. Let`s do the great work – one for all and all for one. More than half a century passed since the dissolution of the Comintern. We cannot waste more and more time. The world proletariat needs urgently its vanguard organisation. Let`s keep our nose to the grind stone! We have to reconstruct the Communist International and we shall succeed to reconstruct the Communist International! The world proletariat has never lost its Communist International and it will never loose it . These are the words of comrade Lenin. Let`s make them come true!!

 

 


 

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