21

Conditions of Admission to the Communist International(Stalinist-Hoxhaists)

August 6, 2015

 

 

 

On occasion of the 95th anniversary of Lenin's

21 Conditions of Admission to the Comintern,

adopted by the Second World Congress of the Comintern

on August 6, 1920

 

 

 

Since the date of foundation of the Comintern (SH) on 31 December 2000 until today -

(06 / 08 / 2015, on the 95th anniversary of the Second World Congress of the Comintern and Lenin's famous Theses on the conditions for the admission of individual parties to the Communist International),

- the Comintern (SH) has no own guidelines of the conditions for admission into the Comintern (SH) in use, simply there was no organisation that wanted to join the Comintern (SH). The key reason lies in the fact that we are a tiny Communist International, in contrast to the Comintern in the time of the Second World Congress. In the moment we still consist of only a few Sections.

Stalinism-Hoxhaism is a young ideology which takes getting used. And many people are not immune to the ubiquitous revisionist poison of hidden anticommunism, which is provided with the fake label of "Marxism-Leninism".

The Comintern (SH) is currently far from being a sort of "fad" that would attract magically parties and organizations as in time of the foundation of the Comintern and the victory of the Red October.

Today, the Comintern (SH) fights principled against all neo-revisionist organizations and therefore she is reviled by them as "Trotskyites" and "Sectarians" etc. The revisionist and neo-revisionist organizations of today try to shun the Comintern (SH) by using methods of hush up. Others try to brush us off with demagogic platitudes or simply curse at us. All their brainless clamor is politically foredoomed.

 

The Second World Congress had adopted Lenin's principles, which corresponded to the then given historical conditions of the complete break with the betrayal of the II International. After the victorious October Revolution, everyone wanted to become member of the III International, "left" - sectarians, anarchists, trade unionist groups, as well as centrist elements who refused to jettison their old ballast of the II International. All these elements which tried to intrude into the III International were more or less far from following Leninism as the only correct guidance of the Bolshevik world party and the international communist movement. It was so, as Lenin put it in his terms of admission:

"The Communist International is, to a certain extent, becoming the vogue."

Lenin stated:

"In certain circumstances, the Communist International may be faced with the danger of dilution by the influx of wavering and irresolute groups that have not as yet broken with their Second International ideology."

[Lenin, Collected works, 4th edition, vol. 31, p. 206-207]

(our remark in regard of today's situation: "... that have not yet broken with their neo-revisionist ideology" !)

The purpose of Lenin's 21 guiding principles is thus to protect the Comintern against the infiltration of anti-proletarian elements whose aim it is to decompose the Comintern from the inside, to divert us from the path of the socialist world revolution, to adapt us to the bourgeois ideology, the transformation into a bourgeois International and thus to incapacitate this most important fighting instrument of the world proletariat.

This is precisely the same purpose of the new 21terms of admission of the Comintern (SH), too.

 

The Comintern (SH) draws historical lessons of the betrayal of the modern revisionists against these 21 guiding principles of Lenin.

Lenin's terms of admission stating expressly that "no communist" "should forget" the devastating effects on the world proletariat, caused by a "fusion" of the Communist International "with the 'left' wing of Social Democracy". The merger of the Communist and Social Democratic parties was launched by the modern revisionists. This betrayal cost us communists dear, down to the present day. It was already plotted by Dimitrov at the Seventh World Congress and ended with the dissolution of the Comintern in exchange with a so called "popular front" which was totally dominated by the social democratic bourgeoisie. And this revisionist "Popular Front" policy of Dimitrov is now again "en vogue" in face of the ongoing fascization of the society. In regard of the restoration of this revisionist betrayal, we have already warned in our general line of the Comintern (SH) in 2001, and we are determined to preclude this fatal repetition of history by all means.

Today, it is primarily the neo-revisionists who are working towards a fusion with the revisionists, based on the betrayal of Dimitrov and the VII World Congress. Dimitrov attacked the upright Communists as alleged "sectarians". And in the same way, the neo-revisionist attack the Comintern (SH) today. Therefore, our adherence to Lenin's terms of admission is of crucial importance to prevent the penetration of centrist and neo-revisionist elements into the Comintern (SH).

 

In the period from 2000 to 2015 there were no groups or parties who were guided by the 5 classics of Marxism-Leninism and by the decisions of the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin. There was no one in the world who defended Lenin's terms of admission in theory and practice - with the exception of the Comintern (SH).

Of course, there have been countless revisionist, neo-revisionist and a wide variety of opportunistic groups and parties in the world, which are linked to some extent internationally. But today all these hidden anti-communist organizations have no interest in joining our Stalinist-Hoxhaist International for the purpose to continue the tradition of the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin, the CPSU (B) and the Party of Labour of Albania. They have no interest in fighting for the socialist world revolution, in fighting for the establishment of the dictatorship of the world proletariat and in fighting for world socialism and world communism. And without saying, the Communist International (Stalinist-Hoxhaists), on her part, has no interest in inviting anti-communist organization for joining us.

 

It would be most convenient if the Comintern (SH) would simply copy Lenin's 21 terms of admission. After 95 years have gone, it is clear that they cannot be applied unmodified onto the present conditions. It is therefore imperative that the Comintern (SH) has to consider the historical period of today's globalization.

 

With increasing degree of our popularity, the international interest in the Comintern (SH)is steadily growing. In this respect Lenin's 21 terms of admission will gain more and more topical importance.

 

We hereby take the 95th anniversary as an opportunity to adapt Lenin's 21 terms of admission to current conditions. We decide on their update, suitable as guidelines for the terms of admission to the Communist International (Stalinists-Hoxhaists).

 

 

21 terms of

Comintern (SH) membership

 

 

1.

 

Day-by-day propaganda and agitation must be genuinely Stalinist-Hoxhaist in character and contribute to the program, the basic documents and all the decisions of the Comintern (SH).

All means of propaganda which are located in the hand of the Comintern (SH) must be edited by reliable Stalinist Hoxhaists who have given proof of their lon standing devotion to the cause of the proletarian world revolution.

The socialist world revolution, the dictatorship of the world proletariat, world socialism and world communism should not be discussed and propagated merely as a stock phrase to be learned by rote; it should be popularised in such a way that the practical facts systematically dealt with in our propaganda day by day will drive home to every rank-and-file working man and working woman, every soldier and peasant, that it is indispensable to them. Supporters of the Comintern (SH) should use all media to which they have access— the internet, the press, public meetings, trade unions, and co-operative societies—to expose systematically and relentlessly not only the openly reactionary bourgeoisie but also its accomplices and lackeys—the reformists, revisionists and neo-revisionists of every shade.

 

 

 

2.

 

Anyone wishing to join the Comintern (SH), must consistently and systematically dismiss the reformists, social-fascists, revisionists, neo-revisionists and centrists from positions of any responsibility in the working-class movement and to keep them away from the Comintern (SH). In first line, the Comintern (SH) will open widely the doors to those workers and other working people, who wish to join the great proletarian world army.

 

 

 

3.

 

With the ever deeper decay of world imperialism, class struggle will be intensified, right up to the outbreak of riots and revolutions, and finally to the ultimate phase of the (armed) civil war. Under these conditions, the Stalinists-Hoxhaists can have no confidence in the bourgeois legality. They are obliged to establish a parallel illegal apparatus. It is indispensable to help at the crucial moment of the Comintern (SH) to ensure the organizing of the socialist world revolution even under most arduous conditions. In all those countries where the party is banned and where the Stalinist-Hoxhaists will be confronted with political persecutions, martial law or emergency laws, the combination of legal and illegal activities is absolute necessary.

 

 

 

4.

Persistent and systematic propaganda and agitation must be conducted in the armed forces all over the world, and Stalinist-Hoxhaist cells formed in every military unit of one's "own" country. In the main, Stalinist-Hoxhaists will have to do this work illegally; failure to engage in it would be tantamount to a betrayal of their revolutionary duty and incompatible with membership in the Comintern (SH).

 

 

 

5.

Regular and systematic agitation is indispensable in the countryside. The working class cannot consolidate its victory without support from at least a part of the farm labourers and poor peasants, and without neutralising, through its policy, part of the rest of the rural population. In the present period communist activity in the countryside is of primary importance. It should be conducted, in the main, through revolutionary worker-Communists who have contacts with the rural areas. To forgo this work or entrust it to unreliable revisionist, neo-revisionist and centrist elements is tantamount to renouncing the proletarian world revolution.

 

 

 

6.

 

Anyone who wishes to join the Comintern (SH), is bound to expose not only avowed social-patriotism, but also the falsehood and hypocrisy of social-pacifism. You must systematically demonstrate to the workers that without the revolutionary overthrow of capitalism no international war crime tribunal (such as that in The Hague), no talk about a reduction of armaments, no "democratic", reformist reorganization of the UN and other international institutions of world capitalism will save mankind from new imperialist wars.

 

 

 

7.

Anyone who wishes to belong to the Comintern (SH), has to fulfil the obligation for complete break with reformism, revisionism, neo-revisionism and any centrist policies, namely both in theory and practice.

 

 

 

8.

 

In the countries from where the bourgeoisie enslaves nations, in the imperialist countries, and especially in the centers of the "great" powers, the Sections need to take a very clear unambiguous anti-imperialist stand and to side wholeheartedly with the exploited and oppressed peoples from abroad.

Anyone who wishes to belong to the Comintern (SH) is required to expose ruthlessly the depredations of the imperialists in one's "own" country . Everyone must support not just with words but by deeds, the anti-imperialist movement throughout the world, must demand the expulsion of one's "own" imperialists, the withdrawal of one's "own" imperialist occupying forces, especially agitation in the "own" army, in the UN forces, NATO and in other imperialist military alliances. One can only belong to the Comintern (SH) if you're fighting for the overthrow and the elimination of the world imperialist system in general and the elimination of imperialism in your "own" country, simultaneously.

It is clear that anyone who wants to belong to the Comintern (SH), must side with Migrants and Refugees, must support them and actively integrate them in the class struggle of the workers and must practice solidarity in the struggle against racism and nationalism by all available means.

 

 

 

9.

 

Anyone who wishes to belong to the Comintern (SH), is committed to systematic, persistent and unflagging communist work within the trade unions, co-operative societies and other workers’ mass organisations.

These organizations have to form Stalinist-Hoxhaist cells and to win the unions over to the world communist cause. In every phase of their day-by-day activity these cells must unmask the treachery of the reformists, revisionists, neo-revisionists and the vacillation of the “Centrists”. The cells must be completely subordinate to the party as a whole.


 

 

 

10.

 

Everyone who belongs to the Comintern (SH) is obliged to wage a determined struggle against the yellow world union. Your indefatigable propaganda should show the organised workers the need to break with the yellow unions, and you must also be active among non-unionized workers. Everyone must join the Red International of Trade Unions and simultaneously support every revolutionary opposition within the yellow trade unions by all means.

 

 

11.

 

Anti-communism is now so far advanced in the world that a world party like the Comintern (SH) will have extremely difficulties in taking part in parliamentary elections and to occupy parliamentary seats in single countries. That does not mean simultaneously to withdraw from any active democratic struggle against the bourgeois parliaments, against the lobbying and against bourgeois world organizations. Stalinist-Hoxhaists fight everywhere in the world for democratic demands and against fascism in conjunction with truly revolutionary agitation and propaganda, namely linked to our world socialist demands and world communist goals. The anti-fascist, democratic fight must always be performed with the aim of the dictatorship of the proletariat, without which the proletarian democracy and elimination of the inevitability of fascism would be impossible.

 

 

 

12.

 

Anyone who wants to belong to the Comintern (SH) must subordinate to the norms and rules of democratic centralism. Under severe conditions of the class struggle you can perform your duty only if you are organised in a most centralised manner, marked by an iron discipline bordering on military discipline. Supported by the general confidence of all party members, the party center must be strengthened and equipped as authoritative body with extensive powers.

 

 

13.

 

Especially in the Sections of those countries where the Stalinist-Hoxhaists work legally, periodic cleaning of the members of Party organizations must be carried for the purpose to purify the party from petty-bourgeois elements that will inevitably suck up to the party.

Those who come from bourgeois, revisionist, and other "leftist" organizations and who wish to belong to the Comintern (SH), must break uncompromisingly with their reactionary political past. They receive full solidarity within the party like all other party members. However, they have to undergo generally a longer probationary period for delivering a correct perfomance in practice.

 

 

14.

 

Anyone who wishes to belong to the Comintern (SH) is committed to support in solidarity all the other Sections in their struggle against the counter-revolutionary forces. Proletarian internationalism forbids it to tolerate measures on part of one's "own" country, which are directed against other Sections and which harm the proletarians of other countries. Members of the Comintern (SH) must be in first line true proletarian internationalists in word and deed.

 

 

 

15.

 

Anyone who wishes to belong to the Comintern (SH), may participate in any organization of the Comintern (SH) or directly contact the headquarters of the Comintern (SH). As a rule, admission to the Comintern (SH) takes place in the individual Sections. Those who want to belong to countries of the Comintern (SH), where there is still no Section can be directly admitted by the headquarters of the Comintern (SH) and be supervised either by a particular Section until a new section has been established in the concerning country.

As a rule, a member of the Comintern (SH) begins with date of November 8, ie the anniversary of the founding of the Albanian Party of Labour on 8th of November 1941.

Anyone who wishes to join the Comintern (SH), not only the Comintern (SH) needs to support in general, but also the building of a section.

According to the special conditions of one's country everyone is involved in the implementation of the decisions of the Comintern (SH) and the decisions of the section.

 

 

16.

 

All decisions of the Comintern (SH) are not only binding for each Section, but also for everyone who wants to belong to the Comintern (SH). In all activities the Comintern (SH) must take into account the different conditions in the individual countries, under which each member and each Section is fighting and working. Generally binding decisions will always find their limit of implementation, where they can only be decided concretely from the spot and where the Section or the individual member must execute decisions in their own responsibility.

The working style of every party member and all party organizations is determined by communist collectivism. The rules and norms of collective cooperation are determined by a general codex of communist behaviour within party life. They always adhere to the fulfillment of every collective task and instruction of the Comintern (SH).

 

 

17.

 

Anyone who wishes to belong to the Comintern (SH), can not be a member of any of certain "leftist" organizations simultaneously (there is no double-membership). There is only one world party to which a Stalinist-Hoxhaist belongs, the Comintern (SH).

The Comintern (SH) creates her own organizations in every country in the world. This internationalist principle is politically very important for the organizational anchoring of the hegemony of the world proletariat in every country.

The proletariat of each country is part of the world proletariat, the proletarian revolution in every country is part of the proletarian world revolution, the Section of a country is part of the world party and every party member is part of a Section.

In each country there is only one and the same revolutionary, proletarian communist party, namely the Comintern (SH) represented by its Section. The Sections are called according to their country's name [ "German Section of the Comintern (SH)", "Portuguese Section of the Comintern (SH)" and so on ....]

 

 

18.

 

Anyone who wants to belong to the Comintern (SH), must recognize the program, the platform and the general line of the Comintern (SH), must tirelessly and conscientiously implement the decisions, must give material support to the Comintern (SH) and be active in one of her organizations.

The Comintern (SH) in general, and the Section, in particular, have obligation towards every member and vice versa.

The Sections provide the translation of all important documents of the Comintern (SH) in their own language.

 

 

 

19.

 

Both each member, as well as the Sections and the leadership of the Comintern (SH), and all their organizations use the Bolshevik principle of criticism and self-criticism in solidarity - namely in order to avoid mistakes and to correct mistakes as soon as possible, so that they can be avoided in future. The principle of accountability and control is used by all organizations, beginning with the individual member up to the leadership of the Comintern (SH).

 

 

20.

 

Anyone who wishes to belong to the Comintern (SH), must study and apply the teachings of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism in all political activities.

The boundless love and loyalty to the Comintern (SH) and to the heroic traditions of the communist movement, the creative application of the proletarian ideology in a global context and under the conditions of one's "own" country, as well as in the personal field of activity, the courageous struggle against the class enemy - the friendship among the party members - all this is source of our strength, our steeled unity and all our historic victories.

 

 

21.

 

Membership of the Comintern (SH) is performed individually and on a voluntary basis.

Incompatible with our internationalist, proletarian unity are all activities of its weakening and destruction (especially factionalism). We defend our world party against all dangers that occur, against deviations from the general-line, as well as against any violation of party decisions, against lack of solidarity towards other members or towards the collective, and against lack of our internationalist, communist morality.

Those who reject these 21 terms of admission, or those who violates them seriously, can not be members of the Comintern (SH), respectively will be expelled.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

21

Conditions of Admission to the Communist International

(Stalinist-Hoxhaists)