Sunday, January 13, 2013

from afghanistan for Siraj Sikder - bangladesh

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Let US Close Ranks in January 2th, the Day of Martyrdom of Chairman Siraj Sikder
Paying Tribute to the memory and contributions of comrade Siraj Sikder
Central Committee
Organization of the Workers of Afghanistan
(Marxist-Leninist-Maoist, principally Maoist)
January 2013
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Commemorate January 2th, the Day of Martyrdom of Chairman Siraj Sikder
Paying Tribute to the memory and contributions of comrade Siraj Sikder

How shall we apply Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought to the condition of revolution of our country? Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought will be the ‘arrow’ what we shall have to throw with the aim of revolution of East Bengal. Those who throw arrow aimlessly and in a confused manner, they can easily do harm to revolution. Marxist named many persons are playing opportunist and counter-revolutionary role by ‘throwing arrow in a confused manner.
“Chairman Siraj Sekdir”
The Taliban reactionary clique ruled in Afghanistan from 1996 until 2001. The Taliban clique was basically a reactionary product of US imperialism, and was also enjoying supports from some of other western imperialists. But, it was pro-US Islamic extremism of Al-Qaida led by Ben Ladin, which conducted this clique towards establishing a rule in Afghanistan. Pakistan and Arab reactionaries were the most committed forces which recognized Taliban regime in Afghanistan. Indeed, it was Pakistani state that enjoyed a great deal and used Taliban as an instrument, and expanded its domination over Afghanistan.
The then leftists and Maoist forces in Afghanistan, characterized Afghanistan under Taliban as a semi colonial country. This analysis was a simplification of the situation. Such an analysis “forgot” the complexity of the situation. However Taliban regime was supported by several donors, but, analyzing the subordination and obedience of Taliban to Pakistani government proves that: It was mainly the Pakistani state which conducted the “remote control” of Taliban regime. The complexity of the situations then was due to the existence of many contradictions. The basic contradictions then were:
1-      The contradiction of peoples of Afghanistan versus Pakistan’s puppet Taliban State, and accordingly, versus Pakistan’s expansionism
2-      The contradiction of vast peasantry of Afghanistan versus feudalism
3-      Afghanistan’s people’s contradiction versus world imperialism, mainly US imperialism
4-      The national contradiction with neighboring countries’ expansionism
5-      Contradiction of Afghanistan working-class versus bourgeoisie
6-      The contradiction of the historical interest of the toiling masses of Afghanistan versus Islamic fundamentalism, mainly Arab reactionary Islamism
There were many other contradictions, but the above mentioned were the basic ones, and however for those above mentioned contradictions were competing each other to place itself as the principal contradiction, but, mainly the first number mentioned above was the principal contradiction.
Then again the problem rises. Was Afghanistan a semi colony or a colony?
If it was a colony, then how can we judge the “liberated” or “still non-occupied” areas of Afghanistan, which were not under control of Taliban “central” government?
If it was a semi colony, then, how can we solve the problem of a large percentage of the land, being controlled directly or indirectly by Pakistan’s toy, the Taliban regime?
At its tide, more than 90 percent of the country’s area was under control of Taliban. But the Taliban was only namely the ruler. In reality all things were controlled by Pakistani government and even assignment at the sub-district level were done by Pakistani military and official ones. So, it was more than being a semi colony situation for Afghanistan. It has many obvious characters of a colony.
The pre-independence East Bengal was once a colony of Pakistan. The revisionists could not analyze and accept this. They could not understand that: A semi colonial country like Pakistan could have a colony
This was chairman Siraj Sikder who truly and dialectically formulate that: A semi colony can have a colony.
This was also the case in Afghanistan under Taliban. The principal aspect of the contradiction of Afghanistan’s status of being occupied by World Islamic Fundamentalists was the Pakistani side.
This side was decisive in arranging the “fate” of Taliban. So, this was the semi-colonial Pakistan who transformed Afghanistan as a colony. The difference between Afghanistan and the then East Bangal is that: East Begal or Bangladesh was then a part of Pakistan on that moment, but, Afghanistan under Taliban was not officially part of Pakistan. Rather, it was Pakistani expansionism that was willing to annex Afghanistan as part of Pakistan.
So, as was the case in East Bengal, it was the Afghanistan, which was transformed into a colony of Pakistan. But due to  “non-Talibanized” areas of Afghanistan, and due to the influence of other non-pakistani orientations  which were also crucial in managing the Taliban as puppets, it is correct to say that: Afghanistan under Taliban was a : Semi feudal, Colonial, Semi colonial country, in which the colonial aspect was the principal aspect.
This is the correct formulation of chairman Siraj Siker, which makes us  able to characterize Afghanistan under Taliban, with a scientific formulation, the basic formulation of: semi colony can have colony.
East Bengal once was a colony of a semi colony. But in Afghansitan under Taliban, due to the complexity of the situation, however being a colony was a principal aspect, but partially being semi colony of other expansionist neighboring was aslo siding the mainly colony status of Afghanistan.
Indeed, we have developed the formulation of chairman Siraj Siker in concrete situation of our country. The comrades of CPMLM Banglaesh correctly proclaim that: we must learn from comrade Siraj Sekdir’s thought. This is true. Each thought, however being specified for a special country which generated it, contains many international aspects. This is the case in Gonzalo Thought, which offers many contributions to world proletarian revolution. This is also the case with Chairman Siraj Sikder’s Teachings which offers many things, especially to the revolutions of South Asia.
After a correct analysis of the Afghanistan under Taliban, we reach to the application of correct of chairman siraj Sikder. This is a great achievement for us, now we get rid of false analysis of the then Maoists in Afghanistan under Taliban who formulated and some of them still argue that: Afghanistan under Taliban was a semi colonial State.
The Taliban reactionary regime was at some tides a vacillating regime concerning to the expansionist domination of Pakistan. So, there was a process of vacillation of Afghanistan under Taliban in being colonial and semi colonial at some time and at some extents. But, the colonial aspect in this contradiction of vacillation state was the main aspect.  So, we should conclude that:
A semi colony can have both semi colony and colony. But, logically it is incorrect to argue for a country to be at the absolute same time and within the same areas  as both colony and semi colony. Indeed, this variation, this vacillation takes place in time and areas . So, at a specific time, an A country, can be a semi colony of a semi colonial B country, but at another time, the above mentioned A, can be a colony of that above mentioned B semi-colonial.
Organization of the workers of Afghanistan commemorates the day of martyrdom of Chairman Siraj Sikder, and proclaims that: As is comrade Akrm Yari the founder of Maoist line in Afghanistan, this is Chairman Siraj Sikder who established Maoism for Bangladish. So, we conclude that: without guiding thought of these founding leaders, there would have been no Maoism in these two countries of south Asian. For successful revolutions in South Asia, the question of Guiding Thought is very important. Indeed, this question is important for all countries, but, due to many common aspects of the countries of the south Asia, it is crucial to study the interconnections and relations between guiding thoughts of the revolutions of this part of the globe.
Commemorating chairman Siraj sekdir means to glorify the New Democratic Revolution in Bangladesh. We pay tribute to the anti-revisionist contributions and struggles of Chairman Siraj Sikder. Indeed, without practical and theoretical contributions of leaders like Charu Mazumdar, Siraj Sikder, Akram Yari, Ibrahim Kaypakkaya, Gonzalo  there would have been no basic understanding of what Maoism is. The comrades of then PBSP(MUG)Banladesh had correctly argued that: we receive Maoism fromMao Tse Tung,  Siraj Sikder, Charu Mazumdar, Ibrahim Kaypakkaya, Gonzalo! We add here in Afghanistan that: we also receive Maoism, here in Afghanistan, from red line of Chairman Akram Yari. Comrade Akram Yari was also murdered by reactionaries. He was martyred by revisionist PDPA regime.
Let us retake Chairman Siraj Sikder and his Guiding Thought!
Let us retake Chairman Akram Yari and his shining path!
Long life Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, principally Maoism!
Long Life the world proletarian Revolution!
Glory to the revolutionary masses and the Maoist militants of Bangladesh!
Long life Organization of the Workers of Afghanistan (Marxist-Leninist-Maoist, principally Maoist)!
January, 201

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