Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Statement on the 11th Anniversary of the Party

Respected masses,

Our Party has come across several ups and downs of about twelve years. 7th November, the  95th  October revolution day, this year is the11th anniversary of the establishment of our party. On this auspicious occasion, we extend our revolutionary salute and proletarian greetings to our patriot masses.

Besides, it has become more and more the matter to be worried that the fate of Bhutan is being entrapped by the foreign intervention. As Bhutan is a semi-feudal and semi-colonial country, the question of revolution in Bhutan is certainly the question of national independence. Furthermore, Indian intervention is being intensified. Indian expansionism has already infiltrated its agents among the Bhutanese commoners and political groups. The expansionist catalysts are being deployed both in overt and covert forms. Some Bhutanese individuals and groups are following the destructive Lendup Dorji path rendering their service to the Sikkimization plot put forward by Indian expansionism. For them it seems that democracy comes along with loss of sovereignty and territorial integrity. Whereas, for us, democracy comes along with the national independence. Some Indian 'activists' have started hatching conspiracy in the name of advocating  in favor of repatriation of Bhutanese refugees and rescue of Hinduism in Southern Bhutan. They indeed are Indian spies pretending to pressurize the government of India in favor of Bhutan and Bhutanese people. With their honey tongue, the heart of gall, these Indian agents in the form of human right activists are determined to hypnotize the southern Bhutanese politically so as to encroach at least six southern districts of Bhutan. As they have ridiculously passed the resolution that problems of Bhutan is the repressive policy of Bhutan upon Hinduism, they have shut their eyes to the class question, the  principal problem along with other nationality questions like that of Ningmapas (Tshanglas).  Reading their assessments, what becomes as clear as crystal is nothing but Indian expansionism is playing another decisive trick to fragment the Bhutanese masses and to disintegrate Bhutan. Previously the monarchy of Bhutan was made an Indian tool to evict the southern Bhutanese. Now, along with the passage of time India is attempting to hit the monarchy with the southern Bhutanese tool. Thus, the time has come for both the masses and the rulers of Bhutan to realize that Bhutan is not yet an independent country. The latest plot of Indian is not only designed to cheat the Bhutanese masses but also to put an end to the remaining authority of the Wangchuck family in Bhutan. Symptoms are being seen that the Wangchuck regime being gestured by the Indian expansionism for years is sooner or later going to be overthrown by the Indian effort. If it befalls to be so, there will not occur any positive change in favor of Bhutan and Bhutanese people. Rather, Bhutan should suffer loss of sovereignty and territorial integrity. Irony is that neither the national capitulationist monarchy of Bhutan is realizing this fact nor the political groups are being conscious and militant. At this critical juncture, we need to be consciously united and militant to rescue the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Bhutan. We call for the preparation of resistance movement against the probable Indian intervention in sovereignty and territorial integrity. We too suggest the true patriots to check the Indian infiltration in our movements.

                                                                                                     Acting GS
                                                                                                   CPB (MLM)

Friday, September 14, 2012

Stop Resettlement, Turn down Local integration

     -By: Vikram

It is obvious that the Bhutanese refugees in Nepal sought for repatriation to their home stead for years. Several attempts were made longing for unconditional repatriation. It was during 1996-97 that an appeal movement marching towards Bhutan via India's soil was ruthlessly suppressed by the Indian military jackboot there by  mercilessly killing a layman demonstrator viz; Baburam Syangden and injuring hundreds of Bhutanese refugee commoners and representatives. The refugees furthermore, incessantly fought demanding repatriation with dignity and honor. In 2007 long march aimed at entering Bhutan via India's soil was interrupted by Indian 'security force' in Mechi Bridge at Indo-Nepal boarder in the east. The West Bengal administration killed a revolutionary student viz; Shahabahadur Siwa and charged batons, fired bullets and pushed bayonet into the feeble refugees at random. Similarly, two innocent students viz; Narapati Dhungyel and Purnabahadur Tamang were shot dead and hundreds of patriots were injured, arrested and tortured by the Nepalese army-police nexus in Beldangi camp. This series of events eventually led to suppression of the repatriation movement as the fear of persecution and torture terrorized the refugee commoners bitterly. The Beldangi incident was a shameful interruption of Jhapa administration and the then government of Nepal against the general sentiment of the refugees of the very period of time. Obviously being aimed at stopping the refugees joining the long march in Mechi Bridge, the Jhapa administration manifested the fascist and inhuman essence of the Nepalese democratic republic.

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Resettlement : Durable solution or protracted crisis?

It is four years of resettlement program brought and imposed by the nexus of world reactionaries and imperialism in the name of resolving refugee imbroglio on humanitarian ground, which is being pernicious snare on the necks of refugees. Actually, in this article I want to workout a question, what is resettlement program? This is a general question arose among the Bhutanese refugee masses.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

The New Communist Wave: An Urgent Necessity

The communist revolution is the only prime rose path to emancipate the mankind transforming it to the classless and stateless society i.e. communism. Communism is the only alternative to the existing exploitation based class society. Today's revolution is and should be guided by the most scientific world outlook Marxism-Leninism-Maoism.

Karl Marx and F. Engels published the communist manifesto in 1848 AD. This encouraged and stimulated the working peoples' struggle the world across. Furthermore, Marx formulated the dialectical and historical materialism as the most scientific principle of social revolution. Having got the directive of Marxism the then working class of Paris, France overthrew the bourgeoisie state power and established the first ever proletariat state power i.e. Paris Commune in 1871 AD. The commune became an example of revolutionary society. It did all possible to put an end to all forms of exploitation from the society. Unlike almost all other changes and reforms, the commune emancipated the working masses from the bourgeoisie chains of exploitation and suppression in reality. Despite of being ephemeral with its very short life span of seventy-two days, the commune had on one hand refuted all forms of fake changes and reforms and had started the far reaching 'communist wave' on the other hand. This is what we communists quote as the first wave of internationalist communist movement.

Statement on some Urgent affairs

The 20th plenary meeting of central committee is held from 11th to 12th April 2012. Two separate documents- organizational report and party strengthening and rectification resolution produced by General Secretary is unanimously passed by the meeting. The meeting has decided as under with the objective of making the party strong, disciplined, militant and the real proletarian fore runner. 

(I) Party Organization strengthening and rectification campaign is decided to be launched initiating it from meeting. 

Reporting from CPB (MLM), Presented in the 5th Conference of CCOMPOSA


On the occasion of this South Asian Conference of CCOMPOSA, we would like to report in the nutshell, the sentiment of essence of inner struggle and class struggle carried out by our party. In doing so our attempt is to refute both exaggeration and devaluation that has been prevailing from the very beginning.

The debate between different representative tendencies in our party started just after its foundation in 7th Nov. 2001. Flashback from here, our founding central office led by Com. Vikalpa has been incessantly exaggerating the subjective and objective situation. Party was declared on 22nd April 2003 with so many exaggerated propagandas creating there by an imbalance in propaganda and strength accumulation. Com. Vikalpa unnecessarily exaggerated the synthesis of fusion of protracted Peoples' War and armed struggle put forward by our fraternal party of Nepal, quoting it to be the "age long synthesis of our party" in an appeal published while declaring party. By the way, it is not only that the credit of the synthesis goes not to our party but to the fraternal party of Nepal but the synthesis indeed has been an issue of study and investigation in relativity to Bhutan. In totality, founding leadership in practice gave up the essence of party organization and grasped only the form of it. Revolutionary comrades of founding body criticized the then deviations but leading tendency that fought against Vikalpa's headquarters was fallen prey to some shortcomings and to some extent to anarchism in inner struggle. Besides, party faced an impediment in ideological synthesis. These all in turn resulted in a historical retardation. Com. Vikranta is missing since 2004, who always opposed Vikalpa's tendency in the party. The first National Conference held in 2006 resolved organizational impediments and thus party works were accelerated.

Monday, June 4, 2012


Workers of All Countries, Unite!

"The State Power emerges from the barrel of the gun" - Com. Mao Tsetung.

Respected exploited masses,

The age old Wangchuck family monarchy has continued its fascist feudalistic regime despite of incessant voice raised by the people for the democratic change. The Tashichochodzong palace has accumulated the assets exploiting the oppressed masses only for its family's luxury and not for the progress, development and prosperity of Bhutanese people. The oppressed masses in class, national, regional, religious and cultural multiplicity have contributed a lot in building up of the nation and its infrastructures.  The masses have built up the basis and superstructure but the family autocratic regime has concentrated all most all the assets and the capital with in the palace and thus, the masses are being poor and backward socio-economically, culturally and politically. The series of events have proved that Wangchuck family is the only cause of retardation in development and progress.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Down With Royal 'Democratization'!

It is obvious that the despotic unitary centralized monarchy of Bhutan having continued the national capitulationist and repressive regime since a hundred years back during the latest course of time has plotted a false and an illusive drama of so called 'democratization'. This is done only with the ill motive to continue its ruined family autocratic rule. Similarly, if we look at the history of Bhutan generally ever since the rise if the Drukpa Kagyukpa Mahayana Buddhist Chauvinism represented by the monarchy and mainly from the late 1940s to this date, we can find so many facts of inhuman suppression of peoples' upheavals that have been raised time and again by means of vicious circle of ruthless killings, loot, rape, arsoning, torture, mass eviction and all forms of state terrorism, thereby captivating the country and the masses in the 16th century (Medieval) darkness. In this context, the so called ongoing 'exercise of democratization' which is deliberately and illmotively discarding and vacillating the leader party of the democratic movement of 1990, different party-organizations in exile, the change and justice seeking exiled masses and even the party like 'BPUP' a newly formed party representing the national bourgeoisie, cannot be considered as justifiable in any sense. The peoples' traitor monarchy that evicted the masses in 1990s via discriminatory amendment of citizenship act in 1985 and an anti people census in 1988, now again has replicated its depopulation policy initiating the another phase of eviction process as above 80 thousands citizens are made deprived of their right to adult franchise via another anti people census in 2007. The monarchy in fact is only giving window dressing of 'democracy' to the masses and to the external world so as to prolong its life span.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

A Message from Bhutanese Communist Movement

We hereby, would like to express in nutshell the sentiment of Bhutanese revolution so as to refute both exaggeration and devaluation and seek for the justifiable understanding of reality. As obviously known that Bhutanese revolution has not come a long way, comparatively we are fallen behind in the international and regional perspective. Besides, Bhutanese revolution is facing a historical set back these days. To know the cause of this historical phenomenon one should deeply study the subjective and objective circumstances that are responsible for the cause. The consequence of deeply rooted opportunism having usurped the then headquarter of our party resulting in split in one hand and the imperialist interference in the name of so called third country resettlement of Bhutanese refugees being approved by the ruling elites of Nepal in other hand came to be regressive unexpectedly. The split came to be inevitable because the headquarters of Vikalpa was fallen prey to Hoxaite-dogmato revisionism which could not be transformed rather became hostile despite of our healthy approaches of inner struggle. Opportunism came on surface when Vikalpa produced ‘the plan of People’s War’ which was wholly copied from that of Nepalese people’s war with out a slight change. The main tactics expressed in the plan is mechanically imitated thereby neglecting the peculiarities of the stage of People’s War initiation in Bhutan. The peculiar fact that the Bhutanese masses are at a time in and outside the country and refugees are comparatively more militant and organized then those who are inside the country was not taken into account by Vikalpa. The plan of mobilization of volunteer detachments was also mechanically imitated from that of Nepal.