Manifesto for Revolutionary Liberation: Chapter X. Conclusion and Appendix


Faced with reactionary offensive, the RCIT calls upon all sincere revolutionary organizations and activists around the world to unite in the struggle for an authentically Marxist international organization – meaning Bolshevism applied to the conditions of the 21st century. Such an international organization needs theoretical and practical clarity. It must be based on a joint understanding of the application of the revolutionary program to the main questions of today’s international class struggle. It must not only proclaim the road to liberation, but must also name and fight against all obstacles. In other words, it must take up the struggle against the numerous left-reformist and centrist forces which disorient and mislead the working class under the banner of “Marxism” – which is a “Marxism” devoid of its revolutionary spearhead, a “Marxism” conveniently and opportunistically adapted to all possible non-working class leaderships (reformists, populists, Islamists, etc.), or a “Marxism” which vegetates in sectarian retirement from the class struggle.

Such new revolutionary parties are forged in the class struggle as well as in the ideological struggle against the official leaderships – the treacherous labor bureaucrats, Social Democracy, Stalinists, petit-bourgeois Nationalists and Islamists – who consciously or unconsciously mislead the workers and oppressed.

To make significant progress in this task, the unity of revolutionaries all over the world is vital. Such a unity can succeed in building a strong international Bolshevik organization which shares a common program as well as common understanding of the methods of party building and thus serves as a pre-party formation towards the founding of a new World Party of Socialist Revolution. Join the RCIT!

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This Manifesto should be read in conjunction with the RCIT’s Program published in 2012 as well as other major theoretical and programmatic documents of the RCIT which outline our theoretical analysis and programmatic positions in more detail:


The Revolutionary Communist Manifesto (2012),


Theses on the Principles of the United Front Tactic and Its Application to the Current Conditions of Class Struggle (2016),


Marxism and the United Front Tactic Today. The Struggle for Proletarian Hegemony in the Liberation Movement and the United Front Tactic Today. On the Application of the Marxist United Front Tactic in Semi-Colonial and Imperialist Countries in the Present Period,


World Perspectives 2016: Advancing Counterrevolution and Acceleration of Class Contradictions Mark the Opening of a New Political Phase. Theses on the World Situation, the Perspectives for Class Struggle and the Tasks of Revolutionaries (January 2016),


Open Letter for Revolutionary Unity (2015),


Revolution and Counterrevolution in the Arab World: An Acid Test for Revolutionaries (2015),


The Struggle for Democracy in the Imperialist Countries Today. The Marxist Theory of Permanent Revolution and its Relevance for the Imperialist Metropolises (2015),


Building the Revolutionary Party in Theory and Practice. Looking Back and Ahead after 25 Years of Organized Struggle for Bolshevism (2014),


Russia as a Great Imperialist Power. The formation of Russian Monopoly Capital and its Empire – A Reply to our Critics (2014),


Lenin’s Theory of Imperialism and the Rise of Russia as a Great Power. On the Understanding and Misunderstanding of Today’s Inter-Imperialist Rivalry in the Light of Lenin’s Theory of Imperialism. Another Reply to Our Critics Who Deny Russia’s Imperialist Character (2014),


Theses on Revolutionary Trade Union Policy (2014),


Cuba’s Revolution Sold Out? The Road from Revolution to the Restoration of Capitalism (2013),


The Great Robbery of the South. Continuity and Changes in the Super-Exploitation of the Semi-Colonial World by Monopoly Capital. Consequences for the Marxist Theory of Imperialism, RCIT Books, Vienna 2013,


China's transformation into an imperialist power. A study of the economic, political and military aspects of China as a Great Power (2012),