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Nepal’s Red Star: Uniting and Maneuvering in Revolution

Posted by Rosa Harris on August 6, 2010

This  article  is  From  The  Red  Star,  Volume  3,  Issue  16. June , 2010.

“The weakness of the communist movement of Nepal is to seek the united front without making an independent current of the proletarian class. However; CPN-Maoist, at that time in 1996, developed it’s ideological line by fighting against the tides of time.”

Question of United Front, People’s Revolt & Tactical Line

by Anil Sharma “Birahi”

Friend Mao has defined party, people’s army and united front to be the three magic weapons for revolution. In the process of developing these three magical weapons in Nepal, the Nepalese communist movement has been victim of ‘tailsm’ instead of developing its proletarian policy and slogans in its independent way to uplift the class struggle in a new way.

An obligatory situation is created before the proletarian class to centralize it’s target against the main enemy for the protection of class interest and it’s achievements on account of development of revolution.

For this, the tactical unity becomes necessary to fulfill the task and there remains no option than to make alliance with the relatively friend forces and elements at that time. At this time, the conscious eff orts can less or accelerate the speed of the objective situation. However; it can not play a decisive role. The weakness of the communist movement of Nepal is to seek the united front without making an independent current of the proletarian class. However; CPN-Maoist, at that time in 1996, developed it’s ideological line by fi ghting against the tides of time. Read the rest of this entry »

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