Crisis of Capitalism and the dangerous course of the Indian State...

This keynote speech, entitled "Crisis of Capitalism and the dangerous course of the Indian State points to the urgency for communists to prepare for the proletarian revolution!", was delivered by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of CGPI, on behalf of it's Central Committee  at a conference of Indian communists in Nov 2002.

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  • Year: Dec 2002
  • Author: CGPI
  • Languages: English, Hindi, Punjabi
  • Mediums: Print & PDF
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This keynote speech, entitled "Crisis of Capitalism and the dangerous course of the Indian State points to the urgency for communists to prepare for the proletarian revolution!", was delivered by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of CGPI, on behalf of it's Central Committee  at a conference of Indian communists in Nov 2002. The conference, convened to discuss issues concerning the Indian State and Revolution where it's principal aim was to theoretically and ideologically arm the writers, readers and distributors of Mazdoor Ekta Lehar and People’s Voice.

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This keynote speech, entitled "Crisis of Capitalism and the dangerous course of the Indian State points to the urgency for communists to prepare for the proletarian revolution!", was delivered by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of CGPI, on behalf of it's Central Committee  at a conference of Indian communists in Nov 2002. The conference, convened to discuss issues concerning the Indian State and Revolution where it's principal aim was to theoretically and ideologically arm the writers, readers and distributors of Mazdoor Ekta Lehar and People’s Voice.

…the participants resolved to continue and deepen the discussion of theoretical and ideological questions within the communist movement, while uniting firmly to deal with the immediate problem of the political unity of the working class. They resolved to step up the struggle against the harmful trend within the communist movement, of lining up the workers and peasants behind the “lesser evil” within the bourgeoisie and in defence of the “secular foundations” of the Indian State.

 


 

Cover photograph: Red lightning storm over the Indian sub-continent.

 

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