From 'सर्वहारा पथ (This site is mostly in English)--This was also posted in Maoist_Revolution;
Posted on November 26, 2012
Class analysis of
East Bengal society
First published in 1970
Republished in corrected form in changed political situation in 1972
Who are our enemies? Who are our friends? This is a question of the first importance for the revolution. The basic reason why all previous revolutionary struggles achieved so little was the the failure to unite with real friends in order to attack real enemies.
A revolutionary party is the guide of the masses, and no revolution ever succeeds when the revolutionary party leads them astray. The 23 years long experience of East Bengal revolution and 46 years’ experience of Indian revolution proved that the revisionists, neo revisionists, Trotskytes and Gueverists have misguided people and as a consequence of that, revolution of
and East Bengal could not materialize.
We must learn from that treacherous negative example and will materialize people’s liberation by guiding revolution on to the correct path. We must pay attention to unite with real friends to attack upon real enemies.
In order to distinguish real friends from real enemies, we must make general analysis of different classes of
East Bengal society and their respective
attitude towards revolution.
What is the condition of different classes of
East Bengal society?