by Amil K. Preface A major internal assessment of leadership development practices in our organization has prompted me to revisit … Continue reading The Pedagogy of the Party: Reflections on communist leadership development in light of Freire, Gramsci, and Mao – Comrade Amil K.
by Comrade Victor Hampton, Revolutionary Initiative
Revolutionary Initiative, as a revolutionary communist pre-Party organization has a responsibility to employ revolutionary methods in building the mass movement and the people’s resistance to capitalism and imperialism. The party also has the responsibility to contribute to the ideological and strategic debates among the mass movements as well as among the advanced elements on the Left.
Below is a brief reflection on the organizing in metropolitan, urban centres and the struggles manifesting in these spaces as the crisis in capitalism intensifies. Moreover, the struggle of people in their neighbourhoods against the policies of local governments and its agents raises the question of building ‘dual power’ structures as strategy for shattering the pretenses of bourgeois democracy and creating a further fracture between the people and the bourgeois state. Continue reading “Breaking the Illusion of Liberal Democracy and Building ‘Dual Power’ in the Urban Setting”
by Comrade Victor Hampton, Revolutionary Initiative General reflections on emerging movements Since the financial collapse of 2008, monopoly finance capital … Continue reading Spontaneity, Movementism and Leadership Methods
[From Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal.] By Doug Enaa Greene “The unity of thought and action gave Bolshevism its original … Continue reading How Anarchists, Syndicalists, Socialists and IWW Militants Were Drawn to Bolshevism: Four Case Studies
by Comrade Amil K. Introduction The question of what are the tasks of proletarian revolutionaries amongst the masses remains a … Continue reading Mass Work and Proletarian Revolutionaries
by Mike Ely How should communists and revolutionaries be organized? Even asking that, ruffles some feathers — since historically, some … Continue reading Kasama Project: “Democracy and centralism? Yes, sure, but…”
Introduction The object of a revolutionary organization is to unite (and unite with), mobilize, organize and lead masses of oppressed … Continue reading NABPP: “Unity-Struggle-Transformation: On Revolutionary Organization, Leadership and Cadre Development”