Where exactly did that split happen? I'm assuming it was the Nixon visit and other events around that time?
And I have some disagreement with TVM because he upholds North Korea, Cuba, and the PRC to this day as ML. I disagree with that. I regard the PRC as revisionist when Deng and the other rightists took power in the party, North Korea at least since it dropped communism and ML from its official party platform and constitution if not earlier, and Cuba is a rocky situation, on the fence for me.
Hey I know that you are in the PLP and seem to know quite about it. I know that they claim to be an anti-revisionist ML party and pro-Stalin. What is the view on Hoxha and Mao? Does the PLP "take a side" on the division? Are there Hoxhaists as well as Maoists in the PLP?
Thanks. Everyone seemed to be fond of the former ML picture, but most voted they wanted Stalin too. So I redesigned the original "Marx, Engels, Lenin" picture to include Stalin as well. I thought people might appreciate it. ^_^
Clicking on challenge doesn't take me to any sort of listing of chapters.
Also, I have been an active (active, not just ideological, as in, actively participating in the struggle and organizing) communist for more than 6 years, and I have never encountered a PL cadre member except for one time, in 2004.
I think that says something about their level of activity.
What do you mean? Despite what the Trots say, the USSR made a lot of progress in terms of economic and social status. The anti-bureaucratic struggles weren't as effective as they should have been, but they weren't the result of some Stalinist bureaucracy.
And Albania's application of Marxism-Leninism was even more advanced.