Nepali Maoists: Internet Will Help Scrutiny of Revolutionary State
Posted by artemi0 on March 23, 2010
“People should have easy access to information and their right to information should always be protected.”
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Twenty first century is the century of information revolution. Globalization of information, thanks to the internet technology, has reduced the entire globe into a small rural unit. And, due to this, any positive or negative development in any corner of the earth can have its impact on the whole world in the blink of an eye.
The time we are living in is–as Lenin pointed out– the era of imperialism and proletarian revolution. But, because of internet technology and the globalization, some features of imperialism—its mode of hegemony—are not, needless to say, the same as they were in the 19th century.
It’s obvious and logical consequence is that this very change can have a generous say upon the characteristic of contemporary proletarian revolution, into which the historical document of our party’s second national conference ‘Great Leap Forward : The Inevitable necessity of history’ delves lucidly.
What can be the role of media in the establishment, defense and development of People’s Democracy?
How the media can be one of the weapons of people’s scrutiny and control upon the state in the system of democracy in the 21st century?
These questions, by the way, demand more time and effort to be answered.
We’ve launched www.ucpnm.org hoping that the website would provide easy access to the information about our party, Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) and our movement to all. Our party believes in no ‘conspiracy theory’ but mass line. ‘From the people, to the people’ is the basic premise of Maoist mass line. People should have easy access to information and their right to information should always be protected. And, ucpnm.org is an attempt in this direction from our side. The feedbacks, critiques and comments from our readers and viewers are always the most precious asset for us and our party.