By Ed Dalton
Maoists showed a strong and combative presence at the annual march in Germany to commemorate Liebknecht, Luxemburg, and Lenin (known as the LLL-demonstration) on January 15.
2019 marks the 100-year-anniversary since the assassination of Liebknecht and Luxemburg, who were leaders in organizing the Communist Party of Germany (KPD). The KPD was founded officially only 15 days before their assassination by social-fascists.
The Maoists of Germany offered leadership to the internationalist bloc in honor of the martyrs. The Maoists of Germany exist to reconstitute the Party of Liebknecht and Luxemburg. Various actions were carried out, including placing a wreath on the gravesite which read: “Liebknecht and Luxemburg – Your legacy lives in the party! Unite under Marxism – Leninism – Maoism!”
The internationalists present assembled from many countries under the slogan: “1919-2019: Just like today, no peace with the social-patriots and Develop the Reconstitution of the Communist Party of Germany as part and in the service of the World Proletarian Revolution!”
The Maoists, who faced great difficulty assembling their forces, proved to be committed fighters of the international proletarian revolution. They presented speeches in multiple languages and carried out militant agitation. The international character of the demonstration appealed to mass participation.
Many revisionists and right liquidators take up false praise of the founding leaders of the KPD, but it is only Marxist-Leninist-Maoist, principally Maoist who will serve the proletariat in the reconstitution of the Party.
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