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- adj. of or pertaining to Marxism-Leninism.
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- adj. following the ideas of Marx expanded to include those of Lenin
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I am a former atheist marxist-leninist, and an ID proponent in Brazil.
You asked me where I learned English: it was part of my marxist-leninist training to learn English in order to find out what WASPS were doing in Brazil back in the 1960s.
January 28, 2008 at 06:40 PM but if not talk of marxist-leninist revolution, then how do you build the society that you want, and that habash wanted? that's the main question.
January 31, 2008 at 10:40 AM actually, "nobody," if you think that the angry arab is a marxist-leninist, then you don't really understand it as well as you claim to.
But USSR was a totalitarian regime, a marxist-leninist dictatorship, a gulag-state.
To the marxist-leninist it can have the dual meaning of seizing political and economic power.
Tell you what, let's set up a death match between socialist Coupat against your marxist-leninist self to see you can be dictator of anarchism. y'alls both prole as fuck right? it can be a dictatorship of the proletariat ...
Beijing recognized u. s communist party (marxist-leninist) (of which klonsky became a leader of in the 70's_
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