World Health Program

of the Comintern (SH)


presented by Wolfgang Eggers

6. 4. 2020





§ 1 - About the Communist World Health Program

§ 2 - Healthcare in World Communism

§ 3 - Healthcare - an Infallible Mirror of Today's Class Society.

§ 4 - Capitalist Healthcare Crisis and Reproduction

§ 5 - Expropriation and Socialization of the Private-Capitalist Health System

§ 6 - Healthcare - The State Instrument of Class Rule

§ 7 - Class Analysis of Today's Healthcare System

§ 8 - Health Facilities, Hospitals, Nursing Staff, Doctors

§ 9 - Globalized Healthcare

§ 10 - Class struggle against the Capitalist Health System

§ 11 - Scientific Communism, Medical Science, Research and Teaching

§ 12 - Health and Communist Morality

§ 13 - The Restoration of Socialist Healthcare in the Soviet Union of Lenin and Stalin

§ 14 - The Restoration of Socialist Healthcare in Socialist Albania of Enver Hoxha

§ 15 - The Leading Role of the Comintern (SH) and its Mass Organizations

§ 16 - Concluding Remarks




§ 1

About the Communist World Health Program


Fighting the two-class system in healthcare means:

Fight for a classless healthcare system!


The world socialist revolution is the only way out , to liberate society from the sickness of world capitalism and to protect nature from further destruction.

The quintessence of this world health program of the Comintern (SH) is the proclamation of the world-historical role of the world proletariat as gravedigger of the capitalist health system and as creator of the socialist world health system.


This health program is the program of struggle of the world proletariat, a maximal program, which also contains concrete reforms in the frame of a minimal program, namely how they can be implemented under present conditions of capitalism. But it is the destinction of all minimum requirements to serve the realization of the communist maximal program. Demands for reforms are therefore always subordinate to the task of smashing the two-class healthcare system by the socialist revolution.

This health program is derived from our general program of the “World Commune No. 1” ( May 11th, 2014), and is its concretization for the area of healthcare. In order to emphasize the importance of our health program, the Comintern (SH) has decided to add another paragraph to healthcare in the program “World Commune No. 1”.

This World Health Program is also the basic model for all the further programs that the Comintern (SH) will create in the future.

Our enemies will initially apply their "hush-up strategy" and then label our health care program as "fantastic reverie" after it has become better known in public. And finally, with the help of the revisionists, the bourgeoisie will try to beat us with our own weapons. But this health program was not created to sacrifice it to anti-communist purposes or to hand it to the world bourgeoisie on a silver platter. It was written for the working class that frees itself from capitalism and its two-class system and for fighting for a classless health system.

Our health program is intended to serve the world proletariat as a guide to revolutionary action. So far, humanity has survived and conquered all diseases. It will also remove the malignant ulcer of capitalism from your body and defeat the two-class healthcare system, not through class reconciliation, but through the revolutionary elimination of the world bourgeoisie's class rule and the establishment of the world proletariat's class rule. And those who only propagate our world health program in words, but fight it in deeds, do not support the elimination of the existing health system, but its maintenance.

There has never been a revolutionary world health care program in the history of the world communist movement. This is the first and only one of the world. It was created by the Comintern (SH) in light of current events when the corona virus began to spread all over the world. This corona virus has uncovered the truth about the catastrophic state of the existing capitalist world health system like nothing before. And all of the devastating consequences quickly created a growing awareness of the great importance health has in the overall development of today's world society. This health program is therefore firstly about the revolutionization of this growing consciousness and secondly about transforming the revolutionary consciousness into the decisive driving force for implementing our global health program.

The class struggle against the capitalist health system is above all a political struggle, because without the victory of the socialist world revolution the socialist health system cannot triumph over the capitalist health system. There is no peaceful transition from the capitalist to the socialist health system. The difference to all other health programs lies in its revolutionary character. Our minimum demands for global health care reform are worthwhile in themselves and indispensable, but as long as the capitalist world order continues to exist, nothing will change in the class character of the health care system. That is why this revolutionary health program aims to combine the class struggle for a fundamental improvement in global health care with the revolutionary destruction of the capitalist world order, and consequently also with the destruction of the existing health system. Only on the rubble of the capitalist world order can a socialist world order with its own new socialist health system be built. Whereby, the socialist health system is not even the ultimate goal. The world socialist health system is only the health system under the dictatorship of the world proletariat, and is thus still a class system, albeit the majority rule over a minority and not vice versa. Ultimately, however, we do not want a health system based on classes. The socialist health system is therefore geared towards a limited transition period until it has further developed towards a classless health system. What we want is a communist health system.

Over a long period of nearly 50 years, we Communists have already demonstrated , despite the continued exploitation and oppression of the capitalist world system, that we had provided a sixth of the world's population with a health system for free, namely created in the shortest time. And in capitalism ? To this day, healthcare is not free under capitalism.

Under the pressure of the encirclement of the entire capitalist-revisionist world, we communists - even in a small country like Albania - guaranteed a free health system for over 40 years.

And for a long time we would have already provided free health care globally if capitalism-revisionism hadn't destroyed our socialist health system and restored a capitalist health system.

We Stalinist-Hoxhaists will prove to the world that we can supply healthcare not only to one sixth of the world's population free of charge, but to the entire world population!


§ 2

Healthcare in World Communism


Communism is the real proletarian world movement that abolishes the existing two-class system of health care in capitalism.

The Comintern (SH) fights for both the health of the entire world society and for the health of every individual in the world, for a healthy world.

Stalinism-Hoxhaism teaches that with every intensification of the contradiction between productive forces and production relations in capitalism, the contradictions of the two-class system in the health care system also intensify. By liberating the productive forces from capitalist production relations in a revolutionary way, the health system is also freeing itself from the shackles of its capitalist two-class system.

In the narrower sense we understand the "two-class system" to be a class system based on the antagonistic contradiction between the two main classes of capitalist society - the bourgeoisie and the proletariat.
In a broader sense, we mean the division of world capitalist society into a small minority and the vast majority, more precisely: between the privileged, ruling classes and the exploited and oppressed classes.

Stalinism-Hoxhaism in the question of the abolition of the two-class system in health care is the theory and tactics of the globalized proletarian healthcare movement as a lever for the victory of the world socialist revolution, in general; and in particular, the theory and tactics of the globalized socialist healthcare movement under the dictatorship of the world proletariat.

The Stalinist-Hoxhaist basic law of health care consists in the relentless struggle of mankind to bring the health care of the individual even closer into perfect harmony with the health care of the whole world society.

For this it is necessary to achieve such a high level of health care supplies, which ensures all members of society the all-round development of their physical and mental abilities in order to allow them to become active participants in social development.

The immeasurable ability of communist production in the health sector will result in the reduction of working hours to a minimum to grant a maximum of health care.

The basic economic law of world communism is the absolute correspondence of productive forces and production relations at such a high level of their development, where people have to spend less and less time and labor for the inevitable material world production, and therefore they will be in the comfortable position to always meet their needs better. This basic economic law of world communism is also effective in the health sector.

In world communism, health care is freed from class character, it no longer serves one class against another class, but for classless society and all people associated in the world commune.

All the damage to health caused by the exploitation and oppression of people by people can never occur again in a communist world society.

The gradual withering away of the global state and its health care system is the basic prerequisite for a communist world health care system.


§ 3

Healthcare - an infallible mirror of today's class society.


Today's world health system is a monopolistic, parasitic, rotting and dying health system.

With the global redistribution of taxpayers' money, generated by the sweat and blood of the working people, the rich are made even richer by means of huge financial injections of the capitalist states, while a homeless person can no longer use a public toilet because it has been closed due to protection against the coronavirus.

A pandemic means sharpening of the antagonistic class contradiction between world bourgeoisie and world proletariat, means deepening of the polarisation of the whole class society and thus the closer approaching of the revolution.

The coronavirus stripped off the mask of this capitalist so-called "healthcare" system and the naked brutal character of world imperialism has come to light !

Capitalism has turned health into a commodity and the coronavirus has burst the big pockets of the rich.

Socialism abolishes the commodity society and thus frees health from its degeneration as a commodity.

The health system of capitalism is not only a source of income, but also a weapon in the hands of the exploiters and oppressors to maintain the system of exploitation and oppression. It is not for health, but for profit. The riches of the exploiting classes lead to desease and impoverishment of the exploited classes. The worker is poor and poverty means illness and early death.

Against the background of the impending collapse of the global economy are famines, drinking water disasters, destroyed climate, environmental destruction, the brutal combating of refugees, predatory wars for raw materials, production facilities and sales markets in the interest of maximum profits, the corona pandemic is a welcomed occasion to improve the functioning and further expansion of the fascist world order. Experimental laboratories develop biological weapons of war on behalf of imperialist world powers. We live in war conditions that have been declared as "natural disaster".

Artificially created diseases willfully destroy life for the sole purpose of making it even more profitable until the next crisis. This is how today's world-imperialist system of exploitation and oppression works, that's how corona capitalism works.

Would the coronavirus be able to bring World Socialism to its knees? The answer is "yes": this danger is real, regardless of the social formation in which it occurs. This occurence cannot therefore be ruled out in the future, nor can we communists deny it. Either the pandemic defeats world socialism or world socialism defeats the pandemic. Fatalism in the face of natural disasters does not keep us from the struggle for world socialism, because the question must be asked differently: Is the chance of preventing a pandemic and, if necessary, of defeating it, greater in world capitalism or in world socialism? And the answer is: World socialism can create far better conditions for the victorious fight against a pandemic than in world capitalism. Therefore, the chances of preventing or defeating a pandemic under world socialism are greater than under the current conditions of world capitalism.



§ 4

Capitalist Healthcare Crisis and Reproduction

The course of the social illness from which the whole world suffers is the same as that of a physical illness. It develops according to certain laws and has its crises, the last and most violent of which determine the fate of the patient.

The socialist world revolution is the most radical act of hygenic cleansing to get rid of the parasitic world imperialism.

The healthcare crisis additionally deepens the greatest crisis of world capitalism that has already spread before the coronavirus pandemic.

A healthy working class is more productive than a sick working class and therefore a healthy working class is much more profitable. But capitalism makes the working class so sick - caused by the increasing methods of exploitation to cope with the capitalist crisis - that the capitalist health system can no longer maintain the minimum surplus value of the labour power as a commodity, and the working class is inevitably driven into the world socialist revolution in order to stay alive.

If the well-being of a society is weakened in terms of health, this will make their struggle to create the necessary material goods more difficult. This in turn has an inhibiting effect on the relations of production, on the mutual relationship of people in the production process. This causality of the health development of society determines the development of every social formation without exception.

The peculiarity of the development of the relations of health production from the role of a brake shoe of the productive health forces to the role of their main driving force and from the role of the main driving force to the role of a brake shoe of the productive forces is one of the main elements of the Marxist materialistic dialectic, particularly in the field of the economic basis of medical goods and its superstructure (Überbau), the health system.

A pandemic has now brought capitalist health to its knees, making the source of riches for the ruling class temporarily less sumptuously than before. And the only source of wealth is and remains the private appropriation of the labor power of the world proletariat. The pandemic does not only leave gaps in the ranks of the world proletarian army, but also contributed to the explosive growth of the proletarian reserve army, which had already peaked since the global financial crisis in 2008. And as long as capitalist relations of production are not abolished, unemployment will continue to rise exorbitantly, poverty will further increase and healthcare for the masses will continue to deteriorate dramatically. Every increase in the proletarian reserve army (which now includes the 200 million refugees in the world!) results in a savage deterioration in their medical care. And the health of those workers who have kept their jobs despite measures rationalization by the companies, is deteriorating to the same extent as the exploitation methods of the capitalists are tightening in order to overcome the crisis with a minimum of labor costs. All the forces of the workers who have work and those unemployed must unite in the fight against further worsening of their health.

The 2008 financial crisis ended the phase of relative stability of the imperialist world order. In 2019 there were global revolutionary protests and uprisings, which will continue to expand and deepen with and after the pandemic. The coronavirus has brought the revolutionary world situation closer and inevitably speeds up the revolutionary process of transition to world socialism. Nothing changes in this by a temporary recovery of world capitalism, because every crisis of capitalism leads to a new, even bigger crisis. This also applies to the healthcare crisis, which capitalists are exploiting to maximize profits and thereby trigger the next, even greater, social and economic crisis. All obstacles to capitalist production relations, including the crisis in healthcare, exacerbate the contradictions between the productive forces and production relations and thus accelerate the liberation of the productive forces from the shackles of their private appropriation and accelerate the world socialist revolution.

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Medical production is divided into two large parts: Division I - the production of  the means of production (e.g. for the manufacture of medical devices) and Division II - the production of consumables (e.g. in the pharmaceutical industry's high-quality medication for the parasitic class and medication with poor or even harmful agents for the broad mass of consumers or the production of drugs, addictive substances, etc., in order to keep the exploited away from their class struggle). The capitalists produce medical devices and drugs, not for the sake of production, but for profit, and thus get in conflict with the needs of the world population for sufficient healthcare. This contradiction forms the basis of the economic overproduction crises. In the health sector, there are also typical manifestations of the basic contradiction between the social character of production and the private capitalist form of appropriation.

"The basis of the crisis lies in the contradiction between the social character of production and the capitalist form of appropriation of the results of production. An expression of this fundamental contradiction of capitalism is the contradiction between the colossal growth of capitalism's potentialities of production, calculated to yield the maximum of capitalist profit, and the relative reduction of the effective demand of the vast masses of the working people, whose standard of living the capitalists always try to keep at the minimum level. To be successful in competition and to squeeze out the utmost profit, the capitalists are compelled to develop their technical equipment, to introduce rationalisation, to intensify the exploitation of the workers and to increase the production potentialities of their enterprises to the utmost limits. So as not to lag behind one an other, all the capitalists are compelled, in one way or another, to take this path of furiously developing production potentialities. The home market and the foreign market, however, the purchasing power of the vast masses of workers and peasants who, in the last analysis, constitute the bulk of the purchasers, remain on a low level. Hence overproduction crises. Hence the well-known results, recurring more or less periodically, as a consequence of which goods remain unsold, production is reduced, unemployment grows and wages are cut, and all this still further intensifies the contradiction between the level of production and the level of effective demand. Overproduction crises are a manifestation of this contradiction in turbulent and destructive forms. " [Stalin, Volume 12, page 251; POLITICAL REPORT OF THE CC TO THE SIXTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE C.P.S.U. (B.), 1930].

The contradiction between the growth of medical production and the limited possibilities of using it is inevitably increasing and there are ever increasing crises in healthcare worldwide. The majority of the world's population is so impoverished that they cannot even afford a minimum level of healthcare. The concentration and centralization of capitalist reproduction means a deterioration in the reproduction of the labor force and has catastrophic consequences for the social and health reproduction of the entire world society. The majority of the world's population has already fallen out of the world health system, and cannot make use of it. Most affected are the poorest of the poor.

The peculiarity of the current health crisis is that the pandemic has transformed the already existing latent shortage of nursing staff and medical equipment into a collapsing state.

The health crisis shows that today incomparably more products for the improvement of the health of the world population could be produced, if a small heap of private owners, who earn from the illnesses of the millions, had not taken overpossession of all means of production. The health crisis reproduces itself on higher and higher stage until it finally brings about a revolution in healthcare.

The health crisis has to be paid for by those who are responsible for it and not the victims. The capitalists have to pay the costs of the pandemic instead of profit from it.

In contrast to capitalist reproduction, world socialist reproduction is characterized by the planned and uninterrupted expansion of all social world production at a pace unattainable for world capitalism, above all by the systematic and rapid expansion of the international working class, as well as by the incessant increase in material prosperity and cultural and health levels of the entire world population.

First of all, the health of mankind is about creating and securing a basis for self-preservation. But health is not reduced to self-preservation, but in turn is also the basis for further development towards a higher form of social coexistence, humanized coexistence.

In the "Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy", we find Karl Marx' important principle for the free development of individuals, which also includes health development:

„The free development of individualities, and hence not the reduction of necessary labour time so as to posit surplus labour, but rather the general reduction of the necessary labour of society to a minimum, which then corresponds to the artistic, scientific etc. development of the individuals in the time set free, and with the means created, for all of them.”

We will create a reserve fund not only to keep the health system functioning properly (especially under the difficult conditions of pandemics, natural disasters, environmental degradation, etc.), but also to further expand the world socialist health system.

The health fund (social security) of the world socialist state is divided into an accumulation fund (the creation of new health facilities) and a consumption fund (a fund for ongoing daily healthcare).


§ 5

Expropriation and Socialization of the Private-Capitalist Health System

"Expropriation of the expropriators" (Karl Marx).


For the purpose of confiscation and expropriation we will organize special executive bodies (councils) from the united workers, poor peasants and revolutionary soldiers and equip them with the necessary power. The worker's, peasant's, and soldier's councils ensure the equitable use, supply and distribution, for the socialization of the healthcare all over the world, and also for its preservation and protection.[

We limit ourselves here to the example of the global monopolization of the pharmaceutical sector, a representative for the monopolization of the globalized health system as a whole (for reasons of space).]

By concentrating and centralizing globalized pharmaceutical capital, the "little ones are being eaten by the big ones." Pharmaceutical companies are currently on a rising wave of mergers and acquisitions (battle of the giants of the pharmaceutical industry for the new distribution of profits!).


Smash the pharmaceutical mafia on a global scale!

A corona drug/vaccine must not become an extra-profit pandemic for pharmaceutical companies. Therefore, the availability of these important drugs must be withdrawn from the profit-oriented pharmaceutical monopolies, including their patents for drugs, vaccines and tests. The control of the tolerability and safety of vaccines must be removed from the influence of the pharmaceutical mafia and abuse, manipulation, etc., must be punished severely.

Lobbying pharmaceutical companies in healthcare facilities and the state must be prohibitted and punished. The pharmaceutical lobby is investing huge sums in extensive meetings with lawmakers and their presence in the advisory bodies of the capitalist state system. Medicines do not go where they are most urgently needed, but where they can be sold at a high profit rate if possible. Because of the significant investment in China for the pharmaceutical research and development (R&D) sector, sales in this area are expected to reach $315 billion by 2020, which would be more than 650% sales growth (!). The Chinese medical device market is growing to $54 billion. Our aim is to dissolve the monopoly on pharmaceutical capital and to create socialist pharmaceutical production.

As one of the first measures we will confiscate and socialize the ten largest pharmaceutical companies. These are (currently):

1. Johnson & Johnson (sales: €53.2 billion);

2. Novartis (sales: €43.23 billion);

3. F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG (sales: €38.6 billion);

4. Pfizer (sales: €38.5 billion);

5. GlaxoSmithKline plc (sales: €33.0 billion);

6. Sanofi (sales: €32.95 billion);

7. Merck & Co (sales: €32.9 billion);

8. AstraZeneca (sales: €19.19 billion);

9. Bayer HealthCare (sales: €18.92 billion);

10. Eli Lilly (sales: €17.2 billion).

The monopolization of the globalized pharmaceutical industry is eliminated and the monopoly of individual countries is dissolved.

The drug mafia has long been globally organized and must be smashed globally.

An underground economy has developed around the production and distribution of drugs (e.g.: label fraud; counterfeit drugs; contraband; misuse of reimports; online crimes; thefts and dodges by the mafia, etc.,).

Illegal drugs have become a public health emergency. The share of illegal global drug consumption is projected to double. Participation in drug trafficking offers political, security and business leaders windfall profits. In turn, politicians and security leaders offer drug mafias protection or even assistance.

In the future, drugs will no longer be produced and distributed according to the profit system, but according to the healthcare requirements of global society. The distribution of medicines is preferably concentrated in the poorest countries in the world.

In a world socialist healthcare system, there will be no supply crises and supply bottlenecks artificially created by greedy wholesalers by shifting supplies to generate higher margins in other countries. The crises, particularly in the form of overproduction or a "sales stagnation of goods", are a phenomenon that is unique to capitalism. This problem is becoming more acute as globalization and price pressure in the pharmaceutical market mean that more and more active ingredients  being sold by only a few manufacturers or even only a single company, especially in low-wage countries, can lead to global bottlenecks.

Monopolization in the pharmaceutical sector increases the influence of monopolists on political and social decision-makers. Such monopolies no longer see themselves simply as pharmaceutical companies, but as managers of the systematical privatization of the entire public health system. The reason:

The traditional business model of the pharmaceutical industry, the development of medicines, no longer generates enough profit for them. New drugs often do not bring any real improvements over existing therapies. The market is simply saturated (Tendency of the rate of profit to fall). This is how the pharmaceutical companies swallow one national health system after another. The pharmaceutical companies themselves then directly or indirectly decide on the treatment of the sick. Data and patient protection is violated in the interest of maximizing profit.

While the privatization of the health system is being propagated by the world bourgeoisie as the "highest good" to be striven for, we Stalinist-Hoxhaists propagate the revolutionary elimination of the privatization of the capitalist health system. - Confiscation of all private medical facilities by the proletarian state.

Our world health system is not determined by the laws of capitalism, but by the laws of socialism.

The end of the capitalist health system is that, on the one hand, it develops the productive forces and socializes production, thereby creating the material conditions for the world socialist health system, while on the other hand, it produces its own gravedigger, the proletariat. The world proletariat organizes and leads the united struggle of all workers inside and outside the global healthcare system.

"The monopoly of capital becomes a fetter upon the mode of production, which has sprung up and flourished along with, and under it. Centralisation of the means of production and socialisation of labour at last reach a point where they become incompatible with their capitalist integument. This integument is burst asunder. The knell of capitalist private property sounds. The expropriators are expropriated."

(Karl Marx, „Das Kapital“, Volume I, Chapter Thirty-Two: Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation).

That is the historical trend of the development of the mode of production in the health sector.

The restoration of state monopolism cannot be the goal in eliminating an already privatized healthcare system, because the capitalist state is not an instrument to control privatized healthcare systems, but vice versa an instrument of the monopolies to maintain exploitation and oppression. The coronavirus accelerates the restoration of state monopoly capitalism, the strengthening of fascist state machinery, the unprecedented growth of its civil service and military apparatus in connection with increased reprisals against the proletariat.

Liberation from the privatization of the health system is not possible with the capitalist state but only with the dictatorship of the proletariat that will be built on the ruins of the bourgeois state:


§ 6

Healthcare - The State Instrument of Class Rule


Our world health program needs revolutionary overthrow of the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie and the necessary establishing (or restoring) of the
dictatorship of the world proletariat.

The communist world health program can only be fully realized by breaking up the ruling world imperialist state system, by building a world socialist state system, and by creating a common world proletarian state.

The world imperialist state system tests the common state of emergency. Every capitalist state collects experience with implementation of emergency laws, various forms of major police operations, military operations "to protect internal security", practical and ideological preparation of the population for conditions similar to war, thus pushing forward the further militarization and fascism. Thus, the mask of the bourgeoisie is not only needed for the purpose against the coronavirus. The struggle against coronavirus is simultaneously a smokescreen behind which the world bourgeoisie prepares to forestall its political downfall as the ruling class.

The international counter-revolution has not only been put on alert, but goes one step further and practices for counter-insurgency because the bourgeoisie is much more afraid of the world revolution than the coronavirus.

The world proletariat and its world party must not be caught off guard by counter-revolutionary measures by the world bourgeoisie, but must learn how to conduct the class struggle under fascist conditions similar to war, curfews, police checks etc.

In return, let us use the state of emergency, declared by the rulers, for calling for the world socialist revolution!

The existence of a state health system proves that the class contradictions are antagonistic in all health concerns of society, because wherever a society regulates its healthcare itself by mutual agreement and on a self-determined basis, it does not need state power for this. The state is the state of the most powerful, economically ruling class, which, through the state, also becomes the politically ruling class and thus acquires new means to hold down and exploit the oppressed class with the help of controlling its healthcare.

The state is an organ of class rule, an organ for the suppression of one class by the other. As a result, the state healthcare system is the “health" system that sanctions and consolidates this oppression and (violently) suppresses its revolutionary overthrow.

Those who want to eliminate capitalist healthcare must eliminate the bourgeois state that protects and maintains the power of the bourgeoisie at the expense of the health of the masses. Anyone who sees the state as an organ of class reconciliation in healthcare opposes our world health program.

The state, then, has not existed from all eternity. There have been societies that did without it, that had no idea of the state and state power. At a certain stage of economic development, which was necessarily bound up with the split of society into classes, the state became a necessity owing to this split. We are now rapidly approaching a stage in the development of production at which the existence of these classes not only will have ceased to be a necessity, but will become a positive hindrance to production. They will fall as inevitably as they arose at an earlier stage. Along with them the state will inevitably fall. Society, which will reorganise production on the basis of a free and equal association of the producers, will put the whole machinery of state where it will then belong: into the museum of antiquities, by the side of the spinning wheel and the bronze axe.“ (Friedrich Engels, The Origin of Family, Private Property and State 1884)

The way out of the corrupt and rotten parliamentarism, which has broken down the health system on behalf of capital, is of course not to be found in the abolition of the representative bodies and the electorate, but in the conversion of the representative bodies from gossip chambers into "working" bodies. It is no coincidence that not one nurse affected is represented in parliamentarianism, but the lobbyists of the monopoly bourgeoisie are instead.

Democratization of the capitalist health system is all well and good, but democracy alone is far from the necessity of eliminating its class character, because the conditions of wage slavery continue to exist. The nationalization of medical manufacturers and their suppliers does not protect nurses against their exploitation and oppression. It is always important to answer the question of whether it is a health system in the bourgeois or proletarian state. The health needs of the majority of the world's population cannot be met within the framework of bourgeois class society. This is only possible under the dictatorship of the world proletariat.

The revolutionary guiding principle of this world health program is precisely that the working class must smash, break up the entire global health system and not simply confine itself to seizing it.

Revolutionary violence is the midwife of any old health system that is pregnant with a new health system. This world health program is based on the need to systematically educate the proletariat, and in particular the proletariat of the health system, in the very view of the armed revolution. The replacement of the bourgeois health system by a proletarian health system is impossible without a violent revolution.

The proletarian health system is the health system of the proletariat as the ruling class, because the working people only need the state to suppress the resistance of the exploiters. And to oppress the bourgeoisie, to put this oppression into practice, the proletariat alone is capable of this as the only consistently revolutionary class, the only class capable of uniting all working people in the struggle for the overthrow and oppression of the bourgeoisie.

In the capitalist world health system, medical care is out of reach for most people on earth.

In a world socialist state system, on the other hand, basic medical care is FREE for everyone in the world without exception. This is one of the main goals of this World Health Program. In world socialism, the patient pays nothing. You don't have to pay for getting sick. It cannot be that only a small minority of the world's population can afford health insurance.

And medical checkups are also free. That right is constitutionally enshrined in world socialism.

Private and public health insurance systems based on unequal medical treatment are prohibited and abolished by law. The corruptibility of health for the rich is abolished (supplementary insurance, private clinics, bribery, and other privileges.)

Social security in World Socialism is exclusively in the hands of the world socialist state.

In general, every form of profit making with human health is legally prohibited and punished.


§ 7

Class Analysis of Today's Healthcare System

There are two irreconcilable classes in healthcare:

The world proletariat and the world bourgeoisie.

There are no common interests between these classes.

In between there are the various strata of the petty bourgeoisie, which also in the healthcare sector take a fluctuating stance towards the struggle between the working class and the bourgeoisie.

The international monopoly bourgeoisie is the most reactionary, but the national bourgeoisie also belongs to the class of the bourgeoisie. There are contradictions between them, but they represent common interests towards the working class. The international monopoly bourgeoisie, led by the financial oligarchy, is the strongest force in the bourgeois camp. Belonging to the international monopoly bourgeoisie is measured by its influence on the world health system and on the health system of the individual capitalist states. The monopoly bourgeoisie in the health sector includes financial capitalists, banks and insurance companies, as well as global industrial and commercial groups. Top managers belong to the monopoly bourgeoisie. The monopoly bourgeoisie is the driving force in the suppression and plundering of healthcare in all countries.

All other elements of the bourgeoisie are, in one way or another, dependent on the international monopoly bourgeoisie and must limit themselves to profits that are granted to them from above. Particularly in times of crisis, the concentration and centralization of capital in the healthcare system intensify and so does the exploitation of the health sector.

The lower strata of the bourgeoisie of healthcare, subordinate to the monopoly bourgeoisie, is not only recruited from senior employees and civil servants in the state, financial, industrial and commercial companies, but also from high union officials.

Contrary to revisionist propaganda, the Comintern (SH) takes the view to overthrow the entire bourgeoisie of the health system and not only the elements of the monopoly bourgeoisie ("Pushing back" the monopolies while maintaining capitalism).

Numerous strata within the petty bourgeoisie lose their livelihoods and sink into the proletariat. On the other hand, the highest strata of the petty bourgeoisie reach right up into the bourgeoisie.

We divide the petty bourgeoisie into upper, middle and lower petty bourgeoisie.

The upper petty bourgeoisie includes the chief physicians and directors of private and public health institutions, senior employees of health insurance companies, pharmacists, heads of laboratories and research institutes, small producers of medicines and medical devices etc. These also include doctors and dentists with larger private practices (employment of numerous wage earners), senior civil servants and senior executives of the healthcare system, professors, lawyers, medical scientists etc. The upper strata of the petty bourgeoisie are generally not threatened to sink down into the proletariat. Only a small part of them can be neutralized in the struggle of the proletariat against the bourgeoisie. And only occasionally and very rarely will representatives of the upper petty bourgeoisie side with the proletariat.

The middle petty bourgeoisie includes the smaller doctor's and dentist's surgeries, small private health facilities (e.g. therapy facilities), in which the owners mainly live from their own work and generally have no or few wage earners, as well as leading employees such as salaried doctors in hospitals . For many members of the middle petty bourgeoisie, the situation in the health crisis worsens and they face unemployment. Parts of the middle petty bourgeoisie can be won as allies for the proletarian class struggle in healthcare. But part of it will be active in the counter-revolutionary camp.

The lower petty bourgeoisie includes all parts of the petty bourgeoisie who are no longer able to earn enough money to keep their business or their own workforce independently. The lower petty bourgeoisie is largely in debt. The lower petty bourgeoisie also includes the majority of middle-class civil servants and employees who, in one way or another, enjoy privileges vis-à-vis the proletariat, such as senior employees in nursing services.

The lower petty bourgeoisie is more or less threatened by the sinking into the proletariat, and is potentially an ally of the proletariat.The semi-proletariat comprises all healthcare workers who are practically in a similar life situation to the proletariat, but differ in their minor advantages. Even if the semi-proletariat is more influenced by petty-bourgeois thinking, it will fight for the revolution and for a socialist health system alongside the proletariat.

The proletariat is the most exploited class in healthcare. Their difficult living conditions are forcing workers to fight the capitalist health system irreconcilably. The working class is the only revolutionary class of all classes that oppose the capitalist health system. The proletariat has no private ownership of the means of production, which is the basis for exploitation. Eliminating private healthcare property is the only way to exemption.

Worldwide, healthcare workers make up a department of millions in the world proletariat's army. The proletariat in the healthcare system includes the industrial proletariat of pharmaceutical manufacturers, manufacturers of medical devices, and producers of all other consumer goods in the healthcare system, as well as the proletariat of supplier companies and raw material producers. The industrial proletariat is the leading revolutionary core in healthcare. The globalization of the medical industry promotes global unification and the clout of the entire proletariat in the healthcare sector.

The non-industrial proletariat includes the workers in the service sector, above all the nurses, medical assistants and therapists, the cleaning staff, the technicians in the health facilities, cooks etc., which also include the lower employees, whose former improvements are lost or have already completely disappeared. By its own liberation the proletariat liberates also all the other healthcare working people from capitalist exploitation.

Class analysis also includes income differentials and wage differentials. In some cases it differs considerably in comparison between rich and poor countries, but in general the class situation in the health system is also reflected in the income gap on a global scale.

Eliminating the pay gap of the capitalist health system is one of the fundamental revolutionary changes that the Comintern (SH) is striving to achieve with its world health program. Our goal is to gradually introduce a simple wage system of 1 : 3, whereby the hardest work in healthcare is also best paid.

We also want to turn the hierarchical system in the healthcare system upside down and to fight the bureaucracy with sharp measures.

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The class analysis also applies in particular to the illegal manufacture and trafficking of drugs and addictive substances. It starts at the top with the international drug mafia. As the fifth largest global company, the mafia must be assigned to the monopoly bourgeoisie. Then there is the illegal pharmaceutical trade, which is in the hands of the bourgeoisie. This includes corrupt leaders and senior government officials.

Then there are pharmacists who do illicit drug trafficking, as well as bribed police and customs officials. And finally this criminal hierarchy ends with the small-time drug dealer on the street.


§ 8

Health Facilities, Hospitals, Nursing Staff, Doctors


The "classless hospital" only exists in a classless society. Everything else is eyewash, because in a class society there can be no classless facilities and institutions.

Solidarity with sick people or people at risk of illness cannot be realized with health institutions as profit-oriented companies.

The health system is broken down in capitalism through devastating austerity measures. Hospitals are closed in accordance with profitability calculations and are replaced by profitable private clinics. Only services rendered are paid, but not possible future catastrophes such as mass accidents, accidents in industrial plants a with sudden influx of unknown numbers of injuries, nuclear emergencies, or pandemics etc. Private hospital groups receive government funding from taxpayers' money. During the pandemic, the business of profitable cosmetic surgery continues undisturbed. Some hospitals even order short-time work while every effort is urgently needed to relieve the completely overworked nursing staff. The capitalist state is responsible for the fact that working conditions and wages in the healthcare system continue to deteriorate. The capitalist system of flat rate payments (case rate) is abolished.

We fight against the undersupply of medical professionals, against the catastrophic situation with the nursing staff, against the import of nursing slaves from the poor countries, underpaid, without social security. We fight illegal employment, without workers' rights and ignored by yellow unions. Nursing staff from abroad is "more adapted", "makes no claims", "will never strike" and is "cheaper". All healthcare workers must have the same working conditions and pay, regardless of gender, nationality, skin color, religion, etc.

We demand a tariffed 15% wage increase (minimum) for the lowest wage groups of employees in the health sector (in industry, trade and health services).

The staff of healthcare facilities must be increased drastically, especially where the shortage of staff is most harmful. Our minimum demand is: The stock of healthcare staff must be doubled.

Countless patients die from poor hygiene in health facilities (especially in hospitals). Doctors and nursing staff are forced to fail to comply with the strict hygiene regulations, have to work overtime and are obliged to forced labor. This is unthinkable in a socialist health facility.

The existing break regulations are unsatisfactory and, above all, care must be guaranteed to ensure that they can be complied with.

In nursing homes, residents are given psychiatric drugs to calm them down. The reason: the lack of staff.

Medical malpractice is criminal and must be punished severely. Coming to court, such doctors are mostly spoken freely and the victims are not compensated. The doctors contractually protect themselves before each treatment, at the patient's expense. This unsustainable condition is overridden. We ensure a proletarian class justice that represents the interests of the patients and not the interests of those who enrich themselves in the patients.

There will be no health facility in the world without patient advocacy that has the necessary enforcement powers.

Doctors play a privileged role in the health insurance system. They form, so to speak, a "monopoly" of outpatient care at the patient's expense. Medical practices are one of the safe pillars of the exploitation system. We will therefore ban and dissolve them.

Head doctors proudly hold an MBA in the title, which is a “Master of Business Administration”. "Part-time" courses is intended to demonstrate special knowledge in business administration, controlling and finance (medical content is in the background, financial "aspects" are in the foreground).

In World Socialism, doctors are all state employees. So the doctor no longer goes where he can fill the most lucrative position, but is used where he is most urgently needed for healthcare. If a doctor does not meet the obligations imposed on him by the state, he is used for minor work.

Like all members of the intelligentsia, doctors also have to work in production for a month every year so that they do not rise above the working class, but learn from it the spirit of proletarian discipline, the revolutionary momentum as well as selflessness and collective spirit.

No company without company doctors!

Company physicians are no longer paid by the capitalist to serve their profit interests, but only serve the health of employees.

Basic medical care is organized where it is needed directly on site. (School doctors in schools, company doctors in companies, etc.)

In more complicated cases, the patient is admitted to the hospital or to special outpatient health facilities.

We prefer the principle of polyclinics to overcome the opposition between outpatient and inpatient treatment.

Home visits will be the main activity of general practitioners in the future. The doctor comes to the sick and not the sick to the doctor. The GP is not the doctor in whose home you go, but a doctor who comes to your home. There will be no more of the rich who can afford their own private doctor in their luxury villa.

Every doctor is obliged to do a "health enlightenment" within the working hours of the population for a few hours a month.

The educational role of the health system serves to care for the family, the collective and society, prophylaxis and help for self-help.

The World Health Program enacts the democratization of all healthcare facilities and strengthens the interests of employees of all professions. In the healthcare facilities, the management is elected from below or removed from its post. Healthcare workers choose their own advocacy groups and send their delegates to state and union decision-makers in the healthcare system. Healthcare workers work according to the principle of democratic self-government and have unlimited power to control health from below. There will no longer be a single health measure anywhere in the world that goes against the health of the patients and interests of healthcare workers.


§ 9

Globalized Healthcare


The globalized health system of the Comintern (SH) serves the uniform promotion of international healthcare and disease prevention. It is managed both by international central offices and representatives of the individual countries. It leads the cooperation of all countries and draws up a global health plan, responsible for its implementation.

The globalization of socialist healthcare develop from the womb of the globalization of capitalist healthcare.

With the birth pangs of the old healthcare system, the revolutionary birth process of the new healthcare system begins.

Under world socialism, global healthcare is in the hands of the world proletariat.


The globalization of disease must be countered by the globalization of disease control.

With the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, people are realizing that such diseases must be combated in international cooperation with an authorized disaster center, with the help of which the measures of the individual states are coordinated and international aid is directed to where it is most urgently needed. In healthcare, the common interests of all states take precedence over the individual interests of a single state. In the rule of bourgeois ideology, there is the nationalist: "Me first!" or: "The evil disease only comes from abroad and everything is under control in our home country.", etc.

Instead of narrow-minded bourgeois nationalism, proletarian internationalism will prevail. And in a world socialist alliance there prevails the socialist internationalism for global healthcare. A single state is helpless against a pandemic if it does not submit to centralized global health measures. Globalization of mutual aid shows the whole superiority of the socialist health system over the lacking in solidarity of the capitalist health system. This also shows the importance of the world socialist revolution for the transformation of the capitalist health system into the socialist one. World socialism establishes healthcare not divided from the recovery of the natural environment (water, land, air). Mankind can live healthy only in a global healthy environment. We are therefore fundamentally not against globalized healthcare, but only against it being in the hands of the world bourgeoisie. We are fighting for globalized healthcare in the hands of the world proletariat. Our world health program calls for a proletarian world health system without the world bourgeoisie and against the world bourgeoisie. Everyone must have global access to free healthcare. There will be neither privileged or discriminatory selection processes in the globalization of soialist disease control, while these do exist unavoidably in capitalism for profit reasons.

Today's world capitalism has become a sort of "corona capitalism". Corona capitalism is waging a massively devastating war for the redistribution of economic and political power, thus beyond the global health sector.

It is no coincidence that the poorest of the poor countries suffer the most from poor healthcare. In the anti-imperialist struggle of these countries the struggle against deteriorating healthcare plays a growing decisive role.

Under the conditions of globalized capitalism, health conditions are catastrophic and there is a chronic health emergency. Under the pretext of the necessary austerity measures to repay public debt, governments and large multilateral criminal institutions such as the World Bank, the IMF and regional banks have implemented measures that have worsened the public health system (job cuts in healthcare, closure of hospitals, reduction in bed numbers, etc.) .

Only when the fundamentals of global economic flows are immediately threatened by a pandemic, when it comes to the endangering of existence and maintenance of the global exploitation and oppression system, the imperialist react helplessly and programmatically. This expresses the entire cynicism of the capitalists, namely that they only do as much against diseases as does no harm to their own business. As long as the capitalists can do more business with diseases, they are not so much interested in business with health.

Our World Health Program is a centralistic program of the world proletariat. Healthcare for the world's population will be centralized globally in exclusively all medical fields. We will eliminate national inequalities in the health system worldwide. We will also introduce a simplified global socialist wage system; etc.

We will create a global health fund and build up a world-proletarian health center that disposes over sufficient global authority to fulfill its tasks.

All over the world, we are calling for 1 doctor and 1 bed for every 100 people (according to current conditions).

Additionally we will provide a centrally organized mobile reserve fund of doctors and medical personnel and equipment, needed in acute crisis areas such as natural disasters, pandemics, etc.

We will redistribute medical care according to the needs of the world population in the individual regions to eliminate undersupply in the weak districts by relocating the medical capacities from the oversupplied areas.

We will create rural health centers and create a community health infrastructure to fill the gap between the cities and the countryside.

The closely timed international division of labor, which only follows the logic of wage cost advantages, has created dangerous dependencies. In the production of medicines and medical equipment and care we will replace the world-capitalist division of labor through the world-socialist division of labor.

As far as the WHO pandemic guidelines are concerned, these are guidelines that criminal pharma-syndicates bought with gigantic bribes.

These guidelines are an expression of the close economic interdependence between WHO and world capital, in whose service the WHO stands. The WHO hushes up the countless crimes committed by the pharmaceutical mafia that produce and market disease-causing substances (such as vaccines) and issues certificates of harmlessness for harmful drugs. Side effects of drugs, which are sometimes more dangerous than the actual disease itself, are olerated as a "lesser evil". The deaths of millions of people are due to vaccine damage. The World Health Program of the Comintern (SH) has declared war on this outrageous mass murder. Pharmaceutical companies must be held responsible for the death victims and for all damage they cause to health.

Behind the primitive purpose of maximizing profit with vaccines is a fascist, inhuman and anti-social ideology. Just like everything else, the Chinese social-imperialists have taken advantage of everything from the West, including the coronavirus. The coronavirus is clearly a biological warfare weapon that was released by the Chinese government, just as swine flu was once spread by the United States government. And in consequence of the current trade war, the coronavirus is ultimately about the economic and political continuation with military means, about a criminal race for the redistribution of world domination over the exploited and oppressed classes.

§ 10

Class struggle against the Capitalist Health System


Once the masses have started to move towards the world revolution, they are like a healthy organism that has the power to render all social germs harmless.

Class struggle does not mean only strengthening the power of resistance of the proletariat, but also means transforming them into a revolutionary driving force strong enough to destroy the old health system and build a new one.

"Those who recognize only the class struggle are not yet Marxists; they may be found to be still within the bounds of bourgeois thinking and bourgeois politics. To confine Marxism to the theory of the class struggle means curtailing Marxism, distorting it, reducing it to something acceptable to the bourgeoisie. Only he is a Marxist who extends the recognition of the class struggle to the recognition of the dictatorship of the proletariat. Opportunism does not extend recognition of the class struggle to the cardinal point, to the period of transition from capitalism to communism, of the overthrow and the complete abolition of the bourgeoisie." (Lenin: State and Revolution“ - 3. The Presentation of the Question by Marx in 1852 ).

With the aim of establishing its dictatorship, the world proletariat is globalizing its class struggle against the capitalist health system on three fronts:

on the economic, political and theoretical-ideological front.

Economical Front:

With the safeguarding of the existential-material basis of the workers who care for your health, the health system stands and falls, especially in the crisis situation.

That is why the working class in healthcare must constantly fight for the improvement of their working conditions, which absolutely needs the international solidarity of the whole working class and the broad masses.

Since the middle of 19th century, the workers' movement has been fighting against the morbid capitalist mode of production, for improving industrial safety conditions, for a health insurance, for state healthcare, for a law of health protection. The first Health and Social Insurance Act came into force in 1883.

The introduction of social security in Germany was the result of the proletariat's tough class struggle. However, it was not effective for the most groups of workers. Long before this state health insurance was introduced, self-governing workers had already set up their own relief funds with over a million voluntarily insured workers. This self-government was succesively removed by the capitalist state and replaced by the compulsory health insurance law, which the Social Democratic Party rejected. 10 years later, the state health insurance law for the German working class was more and more deteriorated.

The Accident Insurance Act came into force in 1884, but it was completely inadequate for the workers because it was difficult for them to prove that the accident was the fault of the capitalists and, as a result, they had to pay the health costs themselves. The disability and old-age pensions came into force in 1891, which the Social Democratic Party had also rejected because it was completely inadequate for the workers (retirement age: 70 years while an average life expectancy was of 50 years at the time. In fact, only 1.5% of the working class had received an old-age pension at all!). The bourgeoisie celebrated this as an epoch-making achievement.

The Social Democratic Party of Germany, the first Marxist party in the world, in its Erfurt Program of 1891 requested "free medical assistance, including obstetrics and remedies, free burial of the dead, thorough operational hygiene and the taking over of all worker insurance by the state with the participation of the workers administration, nationalization of pharmacies and state employment of doctors to eliminate the private capitalist exploitation of the sick ”.

To date, these demands have not been met and we continue to fight to meet these 150-year-old demands with this World Health Program.

We demand continued payment of wages in the event of illness = 90% of the regular income.

Since the existence of the capitalist state, there has never been any free social insurance for the citizens. First, the history of the struggle of the labor movement teaches that improvements in healthcare, however inadequate these improvements were, could only be implemented with great sacrifices.

Second, it teaches that every improvement had been gradually reduced and again reversed under the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie. The revolutionary struggle for healthcare reforms does not mean curing the ulcer of capitalism, but means doing everything possible to surgically remove this ulcer and without side effects as quickly as possible.

The world proletariat is not the doctor at the bedside of capitalism but its undertaker.

Because the reduction of personnel costs are saved, the employees of the nursing services have an ever increasing workload, which means above all a treatment of increased number of patients in the same time. The intensification of the workload led to the neglect of hygiene, but above all to stress, burnouts and the mass exits from the job. In recent years, strikes, protest demonstrations and revolutionary actions by healthcare workers worldwide have increased massively. That is very good, but that alone is not enough. The point now is to coordinate this protest against the deterioration in working conditions in the healthcare sector worldwide and to align it with the political aim of revolutionarily overcoming the capitalist health system by involving and mobilizing the entire proletariat in all countries of the world. A worldwide doubling of nursing staff with a simultaneous drastic reduction in working hours (30 hours a week today) with full wage compensation ensures relief and recovery of the world proletariat.

The rate of morbidity and mortality of the lower classes (especially at the workplace and under working conditions through environmental pollution) are greater than that among the ruling classes. Therefore, the two revolutionary forces for the protection of health and the protection of environment must unite in the class struggle, namely in factories and on the street.

The yellow (social-fascist) unions serve to maintain the capitalist health system. As such, we have to counter them with our Red International of Labour Unions (RILU).

"Industry 4.0" will cause unemployment to millions in healthcare. Robots rationalize away working places. Our World Health Program welcomes technical progress if it helps to facilitate working conditions. However, technical progress at the cost of the working people is not acceptable. This can only be overcome by the world proletariat and not by the world bourgeoisie. Technical progress for healthcare is thus a political question which can only be decided by means of the world socialist revolution.

Political Front:

"All political diseases develop into an acute focus of inflammation." (Friedrich Engels to Filippo Turati. August 16, 1894)

Diseases are not a “natural fate” or "personal fate", but inextricably linked to the political conditions of bourgeois class rule under which people have to live and work.

The world proletariat pursues its own world policy against the rule of the world bourgeoisie in general, and against its bourgeois health policy in particular.

The health policy of the world proletariat is directed both against world fascism and against world imperialism, because both have devastating effects on the health of the entire world population.

a) Fascist and social-fascist influence have no place in healthcare. With an emergency situation in the healthcare system triggered, for example, by a pandemic, society must not be put into the state of fascism (state terrorism, mass-surveillance and data misuse). The emergency laws of the capitalist state are fascist laws that are incompatible with a democratic social order. They must therefore be abolished. The police and the army do not serve to protect society and its health, but to maintain the rule of the bourgeoisie.

Civil protection in class society means nothing other than insufficient protection for the discriminated masses on the one side, and privileged protection for the ruling class on the other side. In the event of a disaster, the Working Hours Act and collective agreements must not be overridden and replaced by compulsory laws (infected nursing staff must not be forced to continue working. Otherwise, the ventilators will soon be uselessly sitting around because there is no one to operate them!).

Look at police protective gear around the world! The state of course does not provide the protesters with such protective equipment as "work clothing". In the past year alone, thousands of demonstrators have died in their protests or have been severely injured by state terrorism. All the more, the World Health Program of the Comintern (SH) is a program for the protection of health of all proletarian class fighters to protect them and their demonstrations and revolutionary actions!

b ) The restoration of the Marshall Plan, which the European imperialists are currently striving for, must be swept off the table!

Healthcare in the hands of the imperialists means fascism and war, means destruction of the healthcare system.

This world health program cannot be implemented under the conditions of the inevitable imperialist wars. Therefore, class struggle in healthcare also means class struggle against imperialist war, the fight against the manufacture, trade and use of ABC weapons. Virus institutes involved in the research of biological weapons must be closed and their private and governmental initiators must be severely punished.

If you want to survive imperialist war and fascism, you have to wage a revolutionary civil war. In the World Civil War, the World Health Program serves to supply the Red World Army.

Theoretical-ideological Front:

(see paragraph 11 below)

§ 11

Scientific Communism, Medical Science, Research and Teaching

Medical war research is the continuation of world imperialist politics by military means.

Imperialist research for warfare purposes - Coronavirus!

Like any other science, medical science has a class character.

Science cannot simultaneously serve the exploiting and exploited classes. Science is not an instrument of reconciliation of antagonistic classes but an instrument in the hands of the ruling class to surpress the exploited classes. Medical science serves the capitalists in capitalism. And medical science is in the service of the workers and their allies in socialism (especially the poor peasants).

Just as the world proletariat and the world bourgeoisie face each other in an irreconcilable class struggle, this struggle is also fought between bourgeois and proletarian science, and thus also in the field of medical science. Capitalism practices medical science without moral scruples. Bourgeois medicine is science at the deathbed of the world bourgeoisie. Proletarian medicine is the science of the revolutionary class, the medicine dedicated to the healthy future of humanity.

Medical science in imperialism deals with the science of war, with the production and use of biological warfare agents, with all sorts of harmful means that serve the profit and not the health of people. And so the bourgeois medical doctor takes part in the crimes of world imperialism because he is paid and corrupted by him. Even if the medical laws themselves do not contain any morals, the physicians cannot be indifferent ("objectivism") in whose class interest hthey apply these laws.

As with all other sciences, medical scientists are paid by the capitalist system to discredit anything that crtiticizes bourgeois medical science. Doctors blinded by bourgeois prejudices and pseudo-scientific theories do not understand that the roots of misery and suffering of the masses can be found in the exploitation system of capitalism. And the revolutionary medical professionals, who are critical of bourgeois medical science, who uncover and rebel against the inhumane methods of the capitalist health system, who publicly denounce the grievances in health facilities, are not only prevented from acting in the spirit of humanism, but are also put under pressure, are mercilessly insulted as denigrators and are finally removed from their's workplace as "troublemakers". How many communist doctors, in the one or other way, fell victim to the reprisals of the capitalist health system? Our World Health Program defends and promotes the courageousness and braveness of all revolutionary physicians all over the world.

The world proletariat and its world party are leaders in the struggle against the capitalist health system, and against bourgeois medicine in particular.

Science in the interests of the world population can only be defended and further developed under the dictatorship of the world proletariat.

The working class does not only create the conditions for socialist medical science, but also applies them itself.

The fight against neo-revisionist medicine is an indispensable part of the Comintern (SH) World Health Program. "For communist medical science in words, but for bourgeois medical science in deeds". That is the phenemenology of revisionist medical science.

No communist world health movement without communist medical science. Without the political power of the world proletariat, without the dictatorship of the world proletariat, there is no abolition of bourgeois medicine, no development of proletarian medicine and ultimately no classless medicine.

Stalinist-Hoxhaist medicine is not based on dreams of the future that some clever minds have created behind closed doors, but upon the valuable treasures from the entire history of medicine to date, and of course on the history of socialist medicine in particular. We Stalinist-Hoxhaists pose the scientific question of combating diseases in the same way that the virologist asks the question of developing a virus in order to find out that they came into being in one way or another and are modified in a certain direction. The theoretical side of world communism, scientific communism, the teachings of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism, are an invincible source for perfecting the insight and exploitation of the mode of action of medicines and the entire history of medical development.

The theoretical propositions of communist medicine are only general expressions of actual conditions of a class struggle existing against the prevailing health system, a historical world movement going on under our eyes.

We can only win the fight against the medicine of capitalism with the Marxist dialectical method. We Stalinist-Hoxhaists are concerned with correctly applying Stalin's teachings on dialectical and historical materialism in solving the healthcare issue. The medical science of socialism develops in the struggle against bourgeois medicine on the philosophical foundation of dialectical and historical materialism.

The principal features of the Marxist dialectical method are as follows:

a) Nature Connected and Determined

Contrary to metaphysics, dialectics does not regard nature as an accidental agglomeration of things, of phenomena, unconnected with, isolated from, and independent of, each other, but as a connected and integral whole, in which things, phenomena are organically connected with, dependent on, and determined by, each other.

The dialectical method therefore holds that no phenomenon in nature can be understood if taken by itself, isolated from surrounding phenomena, inasmuch as any phenomenon in any realm of nature may become meaningless to us if it is not considered in connection with the surrounding conditions, but divorced from them; and that, vice versa, any phenomenon can be understood and explained if considered in its inseparable connection with surrounding phenomena, as one conditioned by surrounding phenomena.

b) Nature is a State of Continuous Motion and Change

Contrary to metaphysics, dialectics holds that nature is not a state of rest and immobility, stagnation and immutability, but a state of continuous movement and change, of continuous renewal and development, where something is always arising and developing, and something always disintegrating and dying away.

The dialectical method therefore requires that phenomena should be considered not only from the standpoint of their interconnection and interdependence, but also from the standpoint of their movement, their change, their development, their coming into being and going out of being.

The dialectical method regards as important primarily not that which at the given moment seems to be durable and yet is already beginning to die away, but that which is arising and developing, even though at the given moment it may appear to be not durable, for the dialectical method considers invincible only that which is arising and developing.

Therefore, dialectics, Engels says, "takes things and their perceptual images essentially in their interconnection, in their concatenation, in their movement, in their rise and disappearance." (Marx and Engels, Vol. XIV,' p. 23.)

c) Natural Quantitative Change Leads to Qualitative Change

Contrary to metaphysics, dialectics does not regard the process of development as a simple process of growth, where quantitative changes do not lead to qualitative changes, but as a development which passes from insignificant and imperceptible quantitative changes to open' fundamental changes' to qualitative changes; a development in which the qualitative changes occur not gradually, but rapidly and abruptly, taking the form of a leap from one state to another; they occur not accidentally but as the natural result of an accumulation of imperceptible and gradual quantitative changes.

The dialectical method therefore holds that the process of development should be understood not as movement in a circle, not as a simple repetition of what has already occurred, but as an onward and upward movement, as a transition from an old qualitative state to a new qualitative state, as a development from the simple to the complex, from the lower to the higher:

Describing dialectical development as a transition from quantitative changes to qualitative changes, Engels says:

Passing to chemistry, Engels continues:

Finally, criticizing Dühring, who scolded Hegel for all he was worth, but surreptitiously borrowed from him the well-known thesis that the transition from the insentient world to the sentient world, from the kingdom of inorganic matter to the kingdom of organic life, is a leap to a new state, Engels says:

d) Contradictions Inherent in Nature

Contrary to metaphysics, dialectics holds that internal contradictions are inherent in all things and phenomena of nature, for they all have their negative and positive sides, a past and a future, something dying away and something developing; and that the struggle between these opposites, the struggle between the old and the new, between that which is dying away and that which is being born, between that which is disappearing and that which is developing, constitutes the internal content of the process of development, the internal content of the transformation of quantitative changes into qualitative changes.

The dialectical method therefore holds that the process of development from the lower to the higher takes place not as a harmonious unfolding of phenomena, but as a disclosure of the contradictions inherent in things and phenomena, as a "struggle" of opposite tendencies which operate on the basis of these contradictions.

And further:

Such, in brief, are the principal features of the Marxist dialectical method.


§ 12

Health and Communist Morality

No life of a caregiver or their relatives is less valuable than that of a sick or healthy people.

The moral in capitalism is not only to earn money from health, but also from diseases. For example: the drug mafia, which not only makes profit from the addiction of the individual, but sacrifices the whole world society for filthy lucre. Disinfectants are stolen from children's hospital wards in order to sell them at the highest bid.

The cover-up method of “silencing grievances in hospitals” is widespread and belongs to the system.

Capital exploits the moral care of the nursing staff.

More than anything else, we are also endangered by panic, which leads to headlessness, brutal violence and selfishness and opens the door to exploitative, authoritarian or neo-fascist, racist and militaristic politics.

Pandemics, this spawn of hell of profit, are publicly portrayed as “natural disasters”, behind which the capitalists hide their crimes against humanity. We must unceasingly uncover these criminal deceptions and condemn them morally.

The creation of a communist healthcare system is not only about solving economic, social, technical and purely medical questions, but also about communist ethics based on the humanism of proletarian ideology. Morality has class character and develops in the class struggle between the world proletariat and the world bourgeoisie. The revolutionary replacement of the capitalist health system by the socialist health system also requires the revolutionary replacement of capitalist morality by communist morality. Capitalist morality serves the rule of the medical two-class system of capitalism, while communist morality serves the health system under the rule of the world proletariat.

In the slaveholder society, the healthy constitution of a slave raised his price while wage slaves get the sack after the capitalists had ruined their health.

The norms of human healthcare apply only on paper in capitalism. In practice, they are hurt by the exploitation of humans by humans, by crises, imperialist predatory wars, etc. Fascism provides sad and warning evidence of the breakdown and destruction and the entire health system of a society. The norms of human healthcare apply only on paper in capitalism. In practice, they are hurt by the exploitation of humans by humans, by crises, imperialist predatory wars, etc. Fascism provides sad and warning evidence of the breakdown and destruction and the entire health system of a society.

Marxism has always exposed the hypocrisy of the bourgeoisie, who plays itself out as the "Samaritan" in order to conceal the health consequences and side effects of the rule of capital. With aid donations for victims of disasters, the rich justify their wealth and instill the illusion of those in need and the public that the rich care affectionately for them. Not a few of all these aid organizations are profit-oriented, such as the Bill Gates Foundation, the Red Cross, etc. We will dissolve and socialize such pseudo-aid organizations.

Friedrich Engels teaches : „A really human morality which stands above class antagonisms and above any recollection of them becomes possible only at a stage of society which has not only overcome class antagonisms but has even forgotten them in practical life. “ („Anti-Dühring“, MEW Volume 25, page 78).

As early as 1844-45, Friedrich Engels had written the "The Condition of the Working Class in England". The fact that the proletariat was deliberately tortured to death through overwork and miserable living conditions was part of the accusation, as were descriptions of disease-causing production methods that led to premature death, or the slums in the proletarian quarters that promoted the spread of epidemics. Friedrich Engels saw the crime of the bourgeoisie in this that it knew all the consequences, that it deliberately jeopardized the lives of its workers, only so as not to jeopardize their profit.

"When one individual inflicts bodily injury upon another such that death results, we call the deed manslaughter; when the assailant knew in advance that the injury would be fatal, we call his deed murder. But when society places hundreds of proletarians in such a position that they inevitably meet a too early and an unnatural death, one which is quite as much a death by violence as that by the sword or bullet; when it deprives thousands of the necessaries of life, places them under conditions in which they cannot live – forces them, through the strong arm of the law, to remain in such conditions until that death ensues which is the inevitable consequence – knows that these thousands of victims must perish, and yet permits these conditions to remain, its deed is murder just as surely as the deed of the single individual; disguised, malicious murder, murder against which none can defend himself, which does not seem what it is, because no man sees the murderer, because the death of the victim seems a natural one, since the offence is more one of omission than of commission. But murder it remains. I have now to prove that society in England daily and hourly commits what the working-men's organs, with perfect correctness, characterise as social murder, that it has placed the workers under conditions in which they can neither retain health nor live long; that it undermines the vital force of these workers gradually, little by little, and so hurries them to the grave before their time. I have further to prove that society knows how injurious such conditions are to the health and the life of the workers, and yet does nothing to improve these conditions. That it knows the consequences of its deeds; that its act is, therefore, not mere manslaughter, but murder, I shall have proved, when I cite official documents, reports of Parliament and of the Government, in substantiation of my charge." ( "The Condition of the Working Class in England", MECWSH, Volume 4, page 393-394)

"Again, the repeated visitations of cholera, typhus, small-pox, and other epidemics have shown the British bourgeois the urgent necessity of sanitation in his towns and cities, if he wishes to save himself and family from falling victims to such diseases. Accordingly, the most crying abuses described in this book have either disappeared or have been made less conspicuous." (The Condition of the Working Class in England - Preface to the English Edition, 1892).

In contrast, this is communist morality:

The human traits of caring for a sick person include such qualities as the passion to alleviate suffering, heal the sick, prevent the disease, compassion, willingness to sacrifice and devotion, openness and honesty, willpower and perseverance, sense of duty and responsibility for collective action and the determination to refrain from or fight anything that could harm the recovery of a sick person. We communists fight all heartlessness and disdain for sick and weak people.

Care in general and healthcare in a classless society, respect for the human life of the individual and that of the whole society, in accordance with word and deed, this corresponds to the moral principle of communist world society and every single communist.

And in World Socialism, the world proletariat acts on the moral principle of protecting the health of the majority of the world's population from the restoration of the two-class healthcare system.

The struggle against endangerment or even removal of medical achievements is always pose a moral obligation of every human being. In our communist struggle for health, we will always be at the forefront, never give up and be victorious over all diseases, no matter whether physical, mental, social or political deseases.


§ 13

Restoration of Socialist Healthcare

in the Soviet Union of Lenin and Stalin

The characteristic of the Soviet health system is composed of five components:

(1) The health promotion and disease prevention, (2) the centralized leadership of all Soviet Republics, (3) the collective division of labor, (4) planning [All-Union Health Plan], (5) free medical treatment.

Free healthcare was not just about the population of a single Soviet Republic, but about all Soviet Republics After all, that was one sixth of the entire world population! This record number has to be reached again today, and exceeded of course!

It is about to bring back the international significance of the socialist healthcare system of the Soviet Union into remembrence as a world-historical victory of the dictatorship of the proletariat. Its practical implementation is not only to understand Lenin's and Stalin's teachings in the field of healthcare, but also its correct application under today's conditions of globalization.

As far as the state structures of the Soviet Socialist Republics in healthcare are concerned, the implementation of this world health program will use the Soviet model of Lenin and Stalin on a modified world scale. (see: Let's build the World Socialist Republic under the banner of Stalinism-Hoxhaism).

The worst diseases of the world raged under tsarism while the tsarist health system was considered one of the poorest. That changed with the October Revolution. In July 1918, the People's Commissariat for Healthcare was established, the tasks of which were laid down in the 1921 Statute. And in the program of the CPSU (B) it says:

“As the basis for its activity in the sphere of protecting people’s health, the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks) considers primarily the implementation of extensive health-building and sanitary measures with the object of preventing the incidence of disease. Accordingly, the RCP(B) makes its immediate task:

1. To carry through resolutely extensive sanitary measures in the interests of the working people, such as:

a) improvement of health conditions in populated places (protection of soil, water and air from pollution),

b) organisation of public catering on a scientific and hygienic basis,

c) launching of measures to prevent the outbreak and spread of infectious diseases,

d) creating a code of health legislation.

2. To combat social diseases – tuberculosis, venereal diseases, alcoholism etc.

3. To make competent medical and pharmaceutical services available to all free of charge.

4. Launching of measures to prevent the outbreak and spread of infectious diseases,

5. Creating a code of health legislation.

6. To combat social diseases – tuberculosis, venereal diseases, alcoholism etc.

7. To make competent medical and pharmaceutical services available to all free of charge.”

The underlying principles of the medical system put forward by the Bolsheviks were: comprehensive preventive medicine, healthy working and living conditions, social insurance and health education. The trend of Soviet medicine was from the start towards prevention rather than cure.

10 years after the October Revolution the working time was reduced to 7 hours, and 6 hours for heavy work.

The first successes of Soviet medicine go back historically to the civil war. Special mention should be made of overcoming the famines and malnutrition-related diseases and epidemic control. Healthcare became a matter of worldwide solidarity. Foreign medical aid supplies reached Russia. This aid in the spirit of proletarian internationalism was proof that the victory of the October revolution spread beyond all national borders.

In December 1919, Lenin said:

We will focus on the foundation on the most basic tasks to solve the most difficult that we are yet to solve. These are the problem of bread, the problem of fuel and the problem of fighting the lice. These are three simple problems that will make possible the building of a socialist republic and then our victory throughout the world will be a hundred times more certain and more triumphant than that with which we repulsed the attack of the Entente.

A third scourge is assailing us, lice, and the typhus that is mowing down our troops. Comrades, it is impossible to imagine the dreadful situation in the typhus regions, where the population is broken, weakened, without material resources, where all life, all public life ceases. To this we say, “Comrades, we must concentrate everything on this problem. Either the lice will defeat socialism, or socialism will defeat the lice!”“ (Lenin,Volume 30, Seventh All-Russia Congress of Soviets ; pages 205-252)

We learn from Lenin's successful fight against the devastating epidemics for the current fight against the corona pandemic.

In public health, progress has been made in the process of fully building socialism in the USSR. During the transition from the socialist to the communist health system, Stalin fought under the pressure of the imperialist enirclement against revisionist tendencies that were becoming increasingly common. And after his death, capitalism in the Soviet Union is known to have been completely restored. This also eliminated the socialist healthcare system and replaced it with the capitalist healthcare system that still prevails in Russia today. For the working class in Russia and Albania, this results in the need for the revolutionary re-establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat and for the socialist restoration of the proletarian health system by the support of the world socialist revolution.

The unmatched medical care of the Red Army in the Great Patriotic War should be emphasized. The experiences which where made will help us to master the medical care for the World Red Army.

Another cornerstone of the Soviet healthcare system is its mass base and organization of Soviet citizens' initiative, as Lenin taught:

"Health protection is the work of the masses themselves."

The entire Soviet population was permanently mobilized to improve their health. Worker control from below extended to the entire health sector. The Ministry of Health worked closely with the unions and the Council for Physical Culture and the Ministry of Education. New medical and scientific research institutes were established, among the enormous Institute of Experimental Medicine, on the initiative of Stalin, Molotov, Voroshilov and A. M. Gorky.

In the Soviet Union, the health program was administered in the most democratic way, and, like everything in the soviet Union, its administration had the form of a “triangle with a very broad base”. The base of this triangle was formed by the thousands upon thousands of committees which existed in every factory, every farm, every place of work. These committees co-operated with the local doctors in order to give feedback and improve services; they made sure that the workers’ social insurance funds were spent in the most appropriate way; they controlled the hygienic conditions of their place of work and the nurseries; and they organised health education in the workplace.

Healthcare was anchored in the following articles of the Stalinin constitution of 1936:

ARTICLE 119. Citizens of the U.S.S.R. have the right to rest and leisure. The right to rest and leisure is ensured by the reduction of the working day to seven hours for the overwhelming majority of the workers, the institution of annual vacations with full pay for workers and employees and the provision of a wide network of sanatoria, rest homes and clubs for the accommodation of the working people.

ARTICLE 120. Citizens of the U.S.S.R. have the right to maintenance in old age and also in case of sickness or loss of capacity to work. This right is ensured by the extensive development of social insurance of workers and employees at state expense, free medical service for the working people and the provision of a wide network of health resorts for the use of the working people.

ARTICLE 122. Women in the U.S.S.R. are accorded equal rights with men in all spheres of economic, state, cultural, social and political life. The possibility of exercising these rights is ensured to women by granting them an equal right with men to work, payment for work, rest and leisure, social insurance and education, and by state protection of the interests of mother and child, prematernity and maternity leave with full pay, and the provision of a wide network of maternity homes, nurseries and kindergartens.

§ 14

Restoration of Socialist Healthcare

in Socialist Albania of Enver Hoxha

The Albanian health system was characterized by the fact that it successfully resisted the imperialist-revisionist environment.

The socialist health care has held its own in one of the smallest countries in the world.

And finally, the Albanian health care system has been and remains the guiding star for all the exploited and oppressed in all countries where the fight against the two-class healthcare system has been and is being carried out in a revolutionary way.


The constitution of socialist Albania states:

Article 36

The state works for the development of physical culture and sports on the basis of the mass movement for the strengthening of the health of the people, especially of the younger generation, for tempering them for work and defence.

Article 41

The woman, liberated from political oppression and economic exploitation, as a great force of the revolution, takes an active part in the socialist construction of the country and the defence of the homeland. The woman enjoys equal rights with man in work, pay, holidays, social security, education, in all social-political activity, as well as in the family.

Article 45

Citizens enjoy the right of rest after work. The working day and working week and the paid annual holiday are regulated by law. Rest homes, houses of culture, and other centres of this kind are created for and are put in service of, the working people.

Article 46

Citizens of town and country are guaranteed the necessary material means of livelihood in old age, in case of illness or loss of ability to work.

The state takes under special care the invalids of the National Liberation War, of the struggle in defence of the homeland and invalids from work, and creates the conditions for their rehabilitation.

The young children of those fallen in defence of the country and in the socialist construction are under the care of the state.

Article 47
The state guarantees to citizens the necessary medical services as well as medical treatment in the health centres of the country, free of charge.

Article 48

Mother and child enjoy special solicitude and protection.

A mother is entitled to paid leave prior to and after childbirth.

The state opens maternity homes and creches and kindergartens for the children.


The World Health Program builds on all the achievements of the Albanian health system:

We are fighting worldwide for a halving of work accidents, occupational diseases and all health-damaging conditions at work. The work must by no means become the cause of the health damage to the worker.

Constant and rapid growth of the population, high level of material prosperity of the world population, low sick leave and low mortality of the world population, with full and rational employment of its workable part - that is the essence of the world socialist population law.

With the implementation of this health program, we want to guarantee a worldwide minimum average life expectancy of 80 years.

Halving the global death rate, especially child mortality.

Lowering infant mortality rate is a criterion for the quality of a socialist healthcare system. This maximum level of safety for mother and child in Albania was achieved through comprehensive pregnancy care and monitoring, and timely treatment of women with high-risk pregnancies in hospitals equipped for this.

State cover for birth and funeral expenses.

Paid leave for women before and after childbirth. Protection areas with easier activity for pregnant women in the workplace during the entire period of pregnancy.

In order to care for their sick child, the mother, who is employed, can stay at home for 14 days a quarter without wages in order to look after them. If the child is on sick leave, the mother can stay with her child on the recommendation of the doctor, which is paid by the state.

Women can leave the workplace every three hours to breastfeed.

State rest homes are free.

Material support from the state for living expenses in old age, in the event of illness or loss of work ability.

Combating pollution to protect health.

Basic income (including basic pension) - worldwide.

The right to health, vacation and recreation, like the right to work and education, is the right of every worker around the world.

The Albanian people controlled the correct application of the social security laws and defended them like all other achievements in socialist construction. Worker control is an essential means of involving the people in state power. It extends to everyone and everything, the organs of state administration as well as the organs of the economy, the social and cultural institutions, as well as the party apparatus and the Committees, about the cooperative farmers, about individuals or groups.

Well-trained staff who constantly improve their professional skills and knowledge, good medical technology that is constantly being developed is the mainstay on which the good medical care of the Albanian people rests and the other is the socialist consciousness that everyone uses and develops these skills and opportunities for the benefit of society as a whole.

An essential feature of the Albanian health system is prophylaxis. Enver Hoxha says:

"People have to be educated not only to contact the doctor or healthcare facility when they are sick, but to visit them regularly, even if they feel very comfortable, so that even the slightest disorder of the organism is discovered in good time, before pain and other complaints arise." (Enver Hoxha)

Prophylactic-hygienic measures are the medicine of the future, are the measures of the future health system in World Socialism.

We need a healthcare system that takes timely action to prevent people from dying because their illnesses are not recognized in time.

Socialist medicine deals not only with the sick, but also with the healthy people to protect them from diseases.

With socialist healthcare, secondary damage cannot occur at all, as is so often the case in the capitalist health system, with all the serious financial consequences for the patient and his family.

§ 15

The leading role of the Comintern (SH) and its mass organizations

In realizing its health program, the Comintern (SH) is guided by the teachings of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism.

The Comintern (SH) is not only the leading organization of the world proletariat for the violent destruction of the world capitalist health system. It is also the leading organization for building the socialist world health system and for the transition to the health system of world communism. The Comintern (SH) leads all its Sections in the struggle for the realization of the communist World Health Program.

The mass organizations of the Comintern (SH) form the link to the world proletariat and all the exploited and oppressed, because without the mobilization of the broad masses of the world population, the World Health Program remains a scrap of paper on which it was written.




§ 16

Concluding Remark

Man is the greatest good and his life does not last forever. And it is always at risk if the requirements of nature's and social development processes deteriorate dramatically. And world capitalism with its destruction of environment is the main cause of today's dramatic deterioration in the material requirements for healthy living. That is why the elimination of world capitalism is crucial for the preservation of all life on our planet. The meaning of the world socialist revolution therefore goes far beyond the question of the liberation of people from exploitation and oppression by people.

Mankind will infinitely approach the knowledge of healthcare in its historical development. However, humanity will never reach the point of having already recognized all the laws of healthy living. Just as the turns of a spiral infinitely approach the center, the knowledge of medicine also infinitely approaches the objective truth.

Humans recognize the natural healing powers not only to the extent that they learn to change them practically for the purpose of healthcare, but at the same time to the extent that they learn to protect nature and thus the basis for the preservation of life.

Humanity cannot protect itself without protecting the nature from which it emerged and on which its further continued existence depends.

As Stalin said:

Marxism is the science of the laws governing the development of nature and society, the science of the revolution of the oppressed and exploited masses, the science of the victory of socialism in all countries, the science of building communist society. As a science, Marxism cannot stand still, it develops and is perfected. In its development, Marxism cannot but be enriched by new experience, new knowledge -- consequently some of its formulas and conclusions cannot but change in the course of time, cannot but be replaced by new formulas and conclusions, corresponding to the new historical tusks. Marxism does not recognize invariable conclusions and formulas, obligatory for all epochs and periods. Marxism is the enemy of all dogmatism. (July 18, 1950;MARXISM AND PROBLEMS OF LINGUISTICS )

Marxism is also an enemy of dogmatism when it comes to medicine. Marxism is not a dogma, but a guide to saving and protecting our lives.

The demise of world capitalism and the victory of the world socialist revolution is at the latest at the current stage of development of imperialist class society, where capitalism destroys the basic requirements for healthcare.

In order to not go wrong in the fight against the two-class system in healthcare, you have to be a revolutionary and not a reformist, because whereto reforms have led so far is clear to everyone, always deeper into the capitalist health crisis.

Therefore unite in the fight for the revolutionary destruction of the sick health system of world capitalism!


Therefore fight with the Comintern (SH) for the victory of the world socialist revolution!

Long live world socialism and world communism!

Long live the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism -

Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin and Enver Hoxha!

Long live Stalinism-Hoxhaism!

Long live the Comintern (SH)!






    Karl Marx

    and the

    Corona virus


    written by Wolfgang Eggers on occasion of the 137th anniversary of his death - 14th of March, 2020


World program

for the preservation and protection of life

21. 11. 2018

Author: Wolfgang Eggers

Program adopted by the Comintern (SH)




It is the

world socialist revolution

is nothing less than to protect our planet.

climate strike on 20 September 2019 

written by Wolfgang Eggers



What does the Comintern (SH) want? 

Program of the

World Commune "No. 1"

The Principles of world communism